Kiss Me, Satan #4 again just misses the promise of the first issue. The art is mostly beautiful and twisted. The colors are to die for. The ability of Ferreyra to capture the ‘look’ of mythical creatures in human features is great.
The problem is in the treatment of the women. Zell goes from a tough-talking sidekick to an all-powerful witch to a princess needing to be rescued and then paying for her rescue with sex. Her breast and butt stances are in full effect, and just look so terrible. Again, my only real compliment is that I love seeing two black protagonists as the focus of the story.
See my reviews of the previous issues of Kiss Me, Satan.
After a contract-killer shaman ambushes our heroes, undercover demon Barnabus Black takes a group of witches back to his safe house, where he equips them with a massive arsenal to prepare for a final showdown with the werewolf mafia.
[Disclaimer: A review copy was provided for me to review this comic.]