Writer Amy Chu and artist Edu Menna are teaming up for Dynamite Entertainment's KISS: The End to commemorate the band's final tour.
The two ships join forces to return to Earth and unlock the secrets of the past! Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #10 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
Will the last of humankind destroy themselves, or can the language of music save everyone? Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #9 by Amu Chu & Kewber Baal.
A new era, a new KISS Army. But they'll need more than music & Morpheus to guide them back to Earth! Dynamite's Kiss #8 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
With the Elders no longer in power, a new generation takes charge! Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #7 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
The twins discover what it means to be heroes. But is it too late to save the world? Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #6 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
The four friends must solve the big mystery of Blackwell before it's too late! Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #5 by Amy Chu Kewber Baal.
Eran & Noa are back home and now know Blackwell’s secrets, but will anyone believe them? Dynamite Entertainment's Kiss #4 by Amy Chu & Kewbar Baal.
They discover the shocking truth about the mysterious Council that has governed Blackwell for centuries! Dynamite's Kiss #3 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
Something has gone terribly wrong with their world, and it's up to the four friends to find out what. Dynamite's Kiss #2 by Amy Chu & Kewber Baal.
KISS has lent its likenesses to many different comics over the course of four decades. Here is a definitive list of the winners and losers.
Oft-used sci-fi backdrop, maligned source material, and flat characterization combine to offer little worthwhile to comic or KISS fans.
They may have some suggestions on what to do all night and every day! Dynamite's Kiss #1 by Amy Chu and Kewber Baal.
The new Dynamite mini from Amy Chu, Erik Burnham and Eman Casallos is a prequel to the upcoming flagship KISS series.
Amy Chu and Kewber Baal will bring the hit band back to comics in their very own Dynamite Entertainment series starting this October.
Gene Simmons, the legendary co-founder of the rock band KISS, shares memories from his longstanding love affair with the comic book genre.
Two American pop culture icons collide in an animated feature that pays tribute to KISS' storied history.
Scooby-Doo! and Gene Simmons mix it up in this exclusive clip from the new animated film.