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Published on January 20th, 2020 | by Tim Chuma

KISS: ZOMBIES #3 (2020) Review

KISS: ZOMBIES #3 (2020) Review Tim Chuma
Rating

Summary: Some may argue that Gene Simmons is already a disgusting bloated walking carcass so this is not really a stretch. What! You mean KISS aren’t the zombies in this? Well that changes things then.

3

OK?


Jumping straight into the action, KISS are fleeing from a horde of zombies and also heavily armed gangs wearing animal masks. This seems to be par for the course and no one questions anything.

KISS have a track record in this area before with KISS meets the Phantom of the Park (1978), Psycho Circus (1998) and even Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery (2015). Some would argue that Shaw Brother’s Bat Without Wings (1980) was a KISS movie, although not an official one.

Lick it up!

Some may argue that Gene Simmons is already a disgusting bloated walking carcass so this is not really a stretch. What! You mean KISS aren’t the zombies in this? Well that changes things then.

Perfectly serviceable artwork and characters and you can still jump into it 3 stories in without finding too much of the back story.

3 Rontgen’s, not great but not terrible.

Comic details:

Writer: Ethan Sacks

Art: Rodney Buchemi

Cover A: Arthur Suydam

Cover B: Stuart Sayger

Cover C: Rodney Buchemi


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