Papa, Mama, and Sue are juice-drinking vampires from the monster world – but there’s a problem! They’ve been kicked out for not being scary! The human world offers similar challenges, as Papa is still unable to scare 1000 humans – the price of being able to return to the monster world. Papa’s inventions never seem to work and Sue has unfortunately become enamored with a human boy named Kou; with these roadblocks and more in their way, will the Vampiyan family ever earn their way home?
Shirobon is the newest member of the Jetters, a defense force against theHigehige-dan, a criminal gang bent on stealing all the unique objects in theuniverse. Immature and inexperienced, he has it tough as the main fighter ofa team whose best member has gone missing: Mighty, Shirobon's older brother. As Shirobon and his motley rambunctious crew take on theHigehige-dan with quirky and comic results, greater issues emerge: CanShirobon overcome his grief over Mighty's disappearance and fill hisbrother's shoes? Will they find out what happened to Mighty?
Bomberman Jetters and Vampiyan Kids are geared towards a younger audience. The colours used in both titles are quite solid, versus the use of pastel or light colours. The story portrayed in each is quite simple, and the "enemy" is usually depicted in a clumsy manner - that is, they always fail in the strangest and most inconvenient ways. The dialogue style is quite similar, and so are the portrayals of the main characters.