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Comic Review: KISS / Army Of Darkness #1

You just cannot go wrong with a story about KISS, you know? But like peanut butter and chocolate, some things are even better with a pairing. This holds especially true in KISS/Army of Darkness #1. Entrusted with the power of The Destroyer, our fearsome foursome uses their power to protect mankind, rather than for destruction.


Starting off in 1979, at the height of their power, KISS finds themselves in a bit of a pickle. They have long fought the disciples of The Destroyer, but this time things are a little different. Caught off guard, our heroes find themselves at a disadvantage.

Two years and many questions later, we find that the world’s greatest rock band has been missing since that night and a certain scholar has been looking for help the entire time. No sooner does she find the one she sought than the Disciples return to finish what they started! But this time, they may not realize what they started. The final page is a bit of a whopper, so be prepared!

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Written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims
Art by Ruairi Coleman
Colors by Timothy C. Brown
Letters by Troy Peteri
Covers by Kyle Strahm and Greg Smallwood, Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson, and Blair Smith, Goni Montes
Dynamite Entertainment
Release Date: February 28, 2018
Cover Price: $3.99

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