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Kiss Army Worldwide!: The Ultimate Fanzine Phenomenon

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Phoenix Books (first published 2009)
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Nycdreamin
Jan 10, 2010 Nycdreamin rated it really liked it
A very thorough, full-color pictorial history of the amazing dedication of Kiss Army members from around the world since 1976, when the first Kiss "Fanzine", "Kisser" appeared, right up through present-day 2009. Filled with tons of previously unpublished photos of the band and reprints of some of the coolest fanzine pages throughout the past 30+ years, this is a book no die-hard Kiss/collector fan should miss.
Christophe Murdock
Oct 20, 2010 Christophe Murdock rated it it was amazing
This is an awesome tome covering all of the KISS zine phenom. It has the creators of all the different zines write up memories from when they were publishing theirs. Extensive cover galleries, most from Gene's personal collection. Plus, there's like three huge pages written by one of my guitarists Joe D. talking about his zine "KISS HELL" and when Gene had him head up the Dallas KISS Convention. This book rocks!
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Great KISSTORY! The early photos of Eric Carr are the best and the many reprints of magazine stories are clear enough to reread and relive. Great collection!
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