KISS Kids is a bunch
of short stories involving the members of the hard rock band, KISS, as
members of the band are Starchild, Spacey, Catkid, and Li'l Demon. Each story is
between two to ten pages long, but there are single page stories also.
The following is a brief synopsis of each short story, excluding the
single page stories:
Carnival of Soles -
The KISS kids are excited about getting back to school, but they are
bummed because something ate all of their boots. They all blame Catkid's
cats, but he insists that his cats didn't do it.
...(Birthday) Party Every
Day - It is Li'l Demon's
birthday. Starchild, Spacey, and Catkid are walking to the party when
they run into the KISS Robots, who claim that the swings they are in
front of belong to the robots. The robots demand a toll for passing
through Phantom Park and want Li'l Demon's presents.
Mr. Speed - Spacey is
helping Li'l Demon with his paper route. Spacey figures out a way to
shoot the newspapers at the houses using his guitar. Is this really the
best way to do it?
Dressed to School -
As summer ends, all four of the KISS Kids finds themselves being dragged to
the store for new school clothes . . . clothes they don't want.
Sure Know Something -
It is the first day of school. It seems that everyone read a book for
their summer book report, except for Spacey.
Lonely is the Homework
- Spacey is struggling with his homework. The rest of the guys head off
to go to the movies. Meanwhile, Spacey opens a black hole so he can
pulls someone through to help him with his homework. Will this work out
the way he hopes?
Science (Not) Fair -
At the school science fair, Cadkid is disappointed that putting ribbons
on his cats doesn't really count as doing science. Starchild's kissing
booth is also ruled out. Spacey opens a mini black hole and pulls out an
alien. What does Li' Demon has in mind?
Rowdy Roadies -
Spacey brings in some Roadies to help them with the upcoming Battle of
the Bands. But these Roadies only want to cause trouble, not help out
the band like they are supposed to do.
Calling Dr. Love -
While playing dodge ball in P.E., Starchild pretends that his arm is
hurt and has to visit the school nurse. Later, while in Science class, Starchild pretends to feel sick.
Off to the nurse. Then he does it again in Math, Computer,
and Spanish classes. The rest of the band wonders why Starchild likes
visiting the nurse so much.
Field Trippin' - KISS
Kids' class is heading to the Museum of Natural History for a field
trip. The tour guide, Kenny, tells everyone that there is no touching of
the exhibits, especially by the KISS Kids. Well, you know what is going
to happen, don't you? The day is saved by three of
the kids' female classmates, who know exactly how to fix the mess. Who
are these girls?
Gah! All Night - The
babysitter is watching a not-so-scary movie when she hears something
upstairs. When she goes upstairs, she is confronted by very scary shadows.
Got to Choose - After
the failure of the Roadies, Spacey comes up wit the idea for stage
costumes for the upcoming Battle of the Bands.
Kids in Santa's Service
- At the mall, Spacey asks Santa for a new guitar, since his old one
is shorting out. Catkid wants a scratching post. Santa starts to get
worried when he asks Starchild and Li'l Demon what they want for
God of Blunder -
While the others play baseball, Li'l Demon practices his Thunder Trick.
Battles of the Bands
- After Ronnie J., the Hard Luck Girls, and Little Caesar and the Wrong
Direction play, the KISS Kids take the stage. While KISS is rockin' on
stage, the other bands decide to set things right, since none of them
want to lose.
Snowblind - While
playing in Phantom Park in the snow, the KISS Robots show up again. The
KISS Kids decide to fight back and start a massive snowball throw-down.
Of course, the KISS Robots cheat, and then the three female classmates
get involved. What a mess!
is a early chapter graphic novel about the members of the hard
rock band, KISS, as children. The book is written by Chris Ryall & Tom
Waltz with art by Jose Holder and colors by Jeremy Colwell. This book is
intended for young readers ages 4 to 8. This graphic novel is a
collection of the following comic books:
KISS Kids #1 - 4