According to www.kissonline.com, Dark Horse Comics has just solicited the debut issue of its KISS comic book revival, which is due to ship in July. 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, reads DHC's solicitation copy of the first issue. Years after the split-up of these four superpowered 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.
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