KISS: Phantom Obsession #2

Writer: Ian Edginton Artist: Celor Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: September 8, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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KISS Comics are back! Dynamite proudly continues to present the best, because you continue to want the best... KISS in "Phantom Obsession"!

The band have found themselves wined, dined and detained by the genius Darius Cho! As Cho puts each member through the wringer, a new-found ally may be able to help the Masters of all things Rock and/or Roll get the upper hand on Cho and his army of pop-culture-inspired destruction!

Featuring the most metal of heavy metal covers by Jae Lee Stuart Sayger, Tim Seeley, series artist Celor and a special photo cover featuring the one-and-only legends of Rock and/or Roll - KISS!

  • 9.0
    BGCP - Andy MacGregor Sep 8, 2021

    After last month's action-packed cliff-hanger, I was worried that maybe the next instalment wouldn't live up to the hype. But I needn't have worried. Ian Edgerton is a writer who's been around for a while and certainly knows what he's doing. And that is evident from this book. It's another action-packed issue featuring the Heavy Metal giants KISS and fans of the band will be delighted with this offering. But even if you have no idea who KISS are, then the artwork of Celor and Valentina Pinto should be more than enough to catch the eye. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Sep 8, 2021

    KISS: PHANTOM OBSESSION #2 improves on storytelling and art to lay out a wacky sci-fi story that makes sense. Edginton executes one of the better examples of a villain monologue, and the artwork eliminates the rushed/unfinished problems from the previous issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Patrick Cavanaugh Sep 8, 2021

    What's especially frustrating, in addition to the predictable premise, is that the art continues to barely exist outside of character designs, as a number of panels appear greyed-out or merely have rudimentary objects in the background, which ultimately amplifies a feeling of laziness with this entire endeavor. Read Full Review

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