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Issues 1 - 7

Issues 8 - 13

Paberback Novels


 

KISS 1

Released: July 24, 2002

You've never seen KISS like this!
The most ass-kicking rock band returns to comics, written by the most rockin' of young comics writers. Joe Casey (Superman, Wildcats, X-Men) presents a bold new direction for KISS -- years after the split-up of these four super-powered warriors, they've followed very separate paths. The Demon is a bounty hunter; The Starchild lives with a race of women warriors in South America; The Spaceman is cruising the solar system with no human contact; and The Catman's getting in touch with his bestial side. When Catman finally goes too far, the others know they have to band together to save the Catman's humanity. But there's another hand at work, pushing the Four Who Are One into a corner. This new comic, overseen by Gene Simmons, turns the ultimate rock-and-roll icons into the ultimate superhero team. Joe Casey, who's dealt with every kind of super power, to the delight of mainstream fans, gives Dark Horse a superhero book to rival any. Mel Rubi, hot off the superhero-style revamp of Joss Whedon's Angel, reinterprets KISS with a dynamism rivalled only by their stage show, and J. Scott Campbell (Danger Girl) and Leinil Francis Yu (X-men, High Roads) trade off cover duties. This ain't your daddy's comics...

Written by: Joe Casey
Pencilled by: Mel Rubi
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs
Cover by: J. Scott Campbell


 

KISS 2

Released: August 21, 2002

Gene Simmons told us he wanted a straight-up superhero treatment for KISS, so we got the very best -- Joe Casey, writer of X-Men, Superman, and WildC.A.T.S., has created a whole new KISS!

This issue, the Demon takes on the Catman! Peter Criss has lost control of his beastly persona, and only Gene Simmons -- wrestling with his own dark side -- can stop him.

Casey teams with Mel Rubi, artist of Dark Horse's hit Angel series for a rock and rollicking good time, with front man J. Scott Campbell (Danger Girl!) providing covers on the first two issues, followed by Leinil Francis Yu (High Roads) next month.

You wanted the best, Dark Horse is giving you the best!

Written by: Joe Casey
Pencilled by: Mel Rubi
Inked by: Derek Fidolfs
Cover by: J. Scott Campbell


 

KISS 3

Released: October 2, 2002

The Catman's bestial rampage ends just in time for KISS to confront a foe from their old days as the world's greatest superheroes.

Joe Casey (writer of X-Men, Superman, and WildC.A.T.S.) and Mel Rubi (penciller for Dark Horse's hit Angel series) give you a superhero book to top them all, with the most outrageous rock icons of all time.

Cover by High Roads and X-Men artist Leinil Francis Yu!

Written by: Joe Casey

Pencilled by: Mel Rubi

Inked by: Derek Fridolfs

Cover by: Leinil Francis Yu


 

KISS 4

Released: December 4, 2002

Sparks fly and personalities clash as the team tries to get life back to normal. The Beast King continues to undergo treatment which should return him to his old charming self. In the mean time, Gene and Paul pay a visit to an old nemesis who now lies comatose in a mental institution. Trouble breaks loose as a robotic double of the Demon wreaks havoc on the city. Plus, more action ensues as The Celestial and the Beast King do battle with a new foe that goes by the name of "The Detonator."

Joe Casey writes, and Mel Rubi draws the action-packed fourth issue of the hard rockin' new KISS series from Dark Horse!

Written by: Joe Casey
Pencilled by: Mel Rubi
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs
Cover by: Mel Rubi


 

KISS 5

Released: December 18, 2002

It's robot madness as our mad scientist sets in motion his plan for the ultimate revenge against the boys of KISS. Internal troubles are more dangerous, as the Starchild takes a psychedelic journey into the Celestial's alien mind to save him, and the Demon's evil robotic double has infiltrated the Simmons Foundation to take on the Beast King.

Joe Casey writes and Mel Rubi draws the action-packed fifth issue of the hard rockin' new KISS comic!

Written by: Joe Casey
Pencilled by: Mel Rubi
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs
Cover by: Mel Rubi


 

KISS 6

Released: January 29, 2003

It's knock-down, drag-out fisticuffs in the hard-rocking, ass-kicking sixth issue of KISS as we wrap up their long-overdue second go-round with the Phantom.

The team must defeat their evil robot counterparts in deadly, hand-to-hand combat, in the classic comic-book tradition, as flesh and blood meets heavy metal!

Don't miss the conclusion to this fantastic 3-part story arc written by comic superstar Joe Casey (Wild CATS, X-Men) and drawn by Mel Rubi (Angel).

Written by: Joe Casey
Pencilled by: Mel Rubi
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs
Cover by: Mel Rubi


 

KISS 7

Released: February 26, 2003

The hottest young girl on the Lower East Side's been invited to a rave, but it turns out she's the only guest -- and the main course. A beautiful young girl's life at stake. Sounds like a perfect job for returned super-group KISS. Instead, the new ace in town, Mr. Speed comes to the rescue!

Designed by Scott Kolins (The Flash), who provides this month's in-your-face cover, this fast-moving new guy on the block poses more problems for the Four Who Are One, who aren't sure if he's friend or foe.

Beginning an explosive new direction in the comic, new writer Scott Lobdell (Buffy, High Roads, X-Men) and guest artist Peter Vale pull out all the stops in this action-packed, stand-alone story.

Written by: Scott Lobdell
Pencilled by: Peter Vale
Inked by: Julio Ferriera
Cover by: Scott Kolins


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Issues 8 - 13

Paberback Novels

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