It depends. I personally know nothing about comics so it is entirely possible that "Rage" is some kind of comic or magazine and that people "in the know" might be able to make sense of your statement. I would guess that the majority of native English speakers would not understand that sentence. They would understand that it was using the "A is to B as C is to D" construction and I'm sure most of them would see a connection between "rap" and "music", but I think the connection between "rage" and "comics" would be a mystery to most of them.
I also don't think that one could describe all "A is to B as C is to D" constructions as either factually accurate or inaccurate because some of those statements are based on logic and others on one person's very subjective opinion.
My original point still stands by the way - you have inappropriate capitalisation for a standard English sentence, if that is what it's meant to be.
Student or Learner