Well, the end is here for writer Amy Chu's run on Dynamite's KISS title with issue #10. The series was a great read and I would like to protest her exit from the title. There's so much more Chu could do with this book.
An epic journey in the future comes to its conclusion in KISS #10. The crews of the Blackwell and the Obayashi must join forces to return to Earth. What sort of secrets will they discover upon the return to their distant homeworld.
Issue #10 wraps up Amy Chu's story very well, if not a bit too quickly. KISS #10 was successful in its goal if the idea was to leave readers wanting more. I'm not positive if this is the conclusion of Chu's tale or the series as a whole, but we're left in a perfect position for a number of great tales to be told.
KISS #10 is rated T+ for Teen Plus. Honestly, I've never really understood the rating of this book. It was almost always an all-ages comic in my opinion. Of course there were some frightening and intense scenes here and there, as well as some mild language and violence. Issue #10 has pretty much the same level of content, if not even more tame.
Amy Chu wrote KISS #10. Kewber Baal provided the artwork. It was released on July 26th through Dynamite Comics. The book is 32 pages long.
KISS #10 is available now in print and digital editions.
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟 and a half.