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3-D Kiss Alive In Cyberspace
Animated Series Syndicated To 15 Sites
Now you can download Gene Simmons' tongue directly onto your laptop.

"Kiss Immortals" has become the first 3-D digital animated series to be syndicated on the Internet.

Creator Brilliant Digital Entertainment has placed the series, which features the actual voices, music and likeness of the band, on 15 high-traffic sites, including Entertaindom.com, e-New Media, VH1.com and Pollstar.com as well as four broadband services, among them @Home and Road Runner. The show comes complete with virtual fire retardant software.

The show follows the band as they are abducted into the alien planet of Umbra, an oppressive world without music or heroes, where our masked crusaders must save the universe with their music, a rebellious attitude and a fleet of high-powered music business attorneys.

The adventure series, which airs in weekly "Webisodes," was produced by Brilliant using their proprietary B3D technology, which produces quickly downloadable 3D digital animation. The company is also involved in e-commerce through its The Auction Channel subsidiary.

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