The legendary guitarist and vocalist says "KISS love playing together, and we’re proud of the band and the legacy."
The partnership between the rock giants and comic book publisher will see a variety of products released, including T-shirts, posters and home goods.
Provisionally titled ‘KISSTORY’, the project is described as the “definitive” documentary on the band and is due to arrive during the fall of 2020.
The highly distinctive Flying V guitar was trademarked by Gibson on 6 January 1958.
The artists will appear during the New Year's Eve ‘Red And White Music Battle’ (‘Kouhaku Uta Gassen’), the most-watched TV programme in Japan.
This year's voyage sail on 30 October from Miami, Florida and travelled to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas and Falmouth, Jamaica before returning to Miami.
The US rock legends now conclude their End Of The Road tour in July 2021 as another 75 shows are added to the schedule.
The concert marks the launch of the Airbnb-sponsored concerts series, where tourists can interact with animals in their own environment while following World Animal Protection guidelines.
Both albums have received gold certifications and 'Hot In The Shade' features the classic power ballad, 'Forever'.
Korn, Deftones, The Offspring, Disturbed, Gojira, Alestorm, Black Veil Brides and more have also been added to the 2020 bill.
According to a press release, this newly-announced LA show will mark "the biggest pyro event of the tour."
Of the band's new stage design, Paul Stanley said. "If the tour is anything like this stage, it's totally sweet. We always try to raise the bar."
The flamboyant stars kick off their End Of The Road final tour at 18,000-seat major arena on 31 January in Vancouver.
The monster trek launches launches on 31 January 2019 in Vancouver, B.C., at Rogers Arena and there are an additional 43 dates throughout North America.
The legendary rockers announced the news on US TV's 'America's Got Talent'.