KISS: Phantom Obsession #1

Writer: Ian Edginton Artist: Celor Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 11, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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KISS Comics are back! Dynamite Proudly presents the best, because you wanted the best... KISS in "Phantom Obsession"!

Darius Cho is the richest man in existence and the most reclusive. To many, he's a ghost, a phantom... whilst other believe he doesn't exist and is actually a front for a maze of companies and consortiums. Truth is, he does exist and he's a KISS fan! KISS are hired by Cho to play a private party and from there, Cho's obsession takes center stage and it's the fight of the band's life!

Featuring the most metal of heavy metal covers by super star artist Jae Lee, Stuart Sayger, Tim Seeley, series artist Celor and more

  • 9.5
    Geek'd Out - Gregory Brothers Aug 11, 2021

    When it comes down to it, KISS: Phantom Obsession is a fun, old-school-style comic. Fans of classic comics can enjoy an entertaining story, and fans of KISS will enjoy getting to see the band members embrace their fictional avatars. Just like a KISS concert, everyone who grabs a copy of KISS: Phantom Obsession #1 gets to go home happy. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    BGCP - Andy MacGregor Aug 12, 2021

    There's been various KISS books over the years so it may seem like a challenge to keep the story fresh. But this is a fantastic first issue and it certainly has the potential to be an action packed rollercoaster of a series. The storyline from Ian Edgerton is perfectly matched with the artwork of Celor, colouring of Valentina Pinto and lettering of Troy Peteri. And I'm looking forward to see if future issues will be as Rock and Roll as this one. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Aug 11, 2021

    KISS: PHANTOM OBSESSION #1 has an interesting premise and plants some what was that?!? seeds to build curiosity, but the poor dialog and sub-par art really hurt this first issue. This is a recommended buy only for die-hard KISS fans. Read Full Review

  • 4.0 - Patrick Cavanaugh Aug 11, 2021

    Even the art features lots of big panels with generic backgrounds, feeling more like filler than an opportunity to tell a unique story, so while we can't give up hope on the concept entirely, it's surely off to an underwhelming, albeit inoffensive, start. Read Full Review

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