Friday, July 24, 2015

1998:
Bruce Kulick Plays National Anthem at the Calgary Cannons Baseball Game.

2002:
The first issue of the new KISS comic book series is released by Dark Horse Comics.

2004:
KISS films their concert at Nissan Pavilion in Washington, D.C. for the 2005 DVD 'KISS: Rock The Nation'



Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The relationship between legendary rock group KISS and comic books are a special one. After all, lead singer Gene Simmons is an outspoken comic book fan, and has mentioned on multiple occasions how KISS’ iconic costumes were inspired by the comic book heroes he read as a child. That appreciation has led to number of comic book collaborations, in which Kiss has traveled to the four-colored world for team-ups with Archie Andrews and Howard The Duck.


Scooby-Doo has sleuthed alongside a lot of celebrities over the years, but none of that is anything like the upcoming Scooby-Doo and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery, Gene Simmons assures us. “What starts out as one layer of a mystery soon opens the portals to what could be,” he explains, “and we’re off into deep space on an adventure you’ve never seen before on any Scooby-Doo adventure.”


EP Nicholas Wootton said on the recently concluded San Diego Comic-Con that rock star Gene Simmons, bass player and vocalist of Kiss, will have a cameo role in the premier episode of Scorpion season 2.

Season 2 of Scorpion will air on September 21 at CBS.



In 1978, the rock band KISS was animated for the first time in the episode "KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park." But rumor has it the band was so unhappy with "KISS Meets The Phantom," no one was allowed to mention it in their presence after it aired.

In 2003, KISS tried cartoons again with a Halloween episode of "What’s New, Scooby-Doo?" Apparently that wasn't good enough, either, because KISS is back with Velma, Shaggy, and their groovy panel van once again in "Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery."


1980:
An official press release is issued announcing the addition of Eric Carr to the group.

2003:
Album Release: 'KISS Symphony - KISS Alive IV' is released. The album is shipped and certified gold by RIAA. The is the debut relase on the newly formed KISS Records.

2006:
KISS hits Tokyo, Japan for the first of two Udo Festival shows

2007:
Paul Stanley hits Schaumburg, Illinois for an appearance at the Wentworth Gallery in the Woodfield Shopping Center. Paul is out promoting the gallaries and his collection of paintings.

2013:
Paul Stanley throws out the first pitch at the Blue Jays vs Dodgers baseball game at Toronto's Rogers Centre



Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Celebrate the year like a rock star with this 2016 calendar featuring tour images of the band, including Starchild, The Demon, Spaceman and Catman. Features a mid-sized planning grid. Printed on a glossy paper stock suitable for pen and pencil note taking. This calendar is 12" wide x 12" tall when closed and 12" wide x 24" tall when open.

Currently, you can purchase the calendar for just $10.54, at Amazon.com, plus shipping & handling.



The new home video release of Scooby Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery. Is now available for purchase. At Amazon, you can get the Blue-Ray + DVD + Digital HD package for just $16.99. The DVD only is just $12.99


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