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''ComicBook/BloodRedDragon'' is a 2011 ComicBook venture between Creator/StanLee, {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}}, Jonathan Goff, and [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Todd McFarlane]]. It's either a promotional piece or vanity comic for {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} and {{Music/X Japan}}, or, if you choose a more idealistic view, a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar comic that just happens to feature Yoshiki as the main character and was promised to feature others at some point but never did. The series lasted for 3 issues (August-October, 2011).

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''ComicBook/BloodRedDragon'' is a 2011 ComicBook venture between Creator/StanLee, {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}}, Jonathan Goff, and [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Todd McFarlane]]. It's

Depending on who you ask, the series is
either a promotional piece or vanity comic for {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} and {{Music/X Japan}}, or, if you choose a more idealistic view, a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar comic that just happens to feature Yoshiki as the main character and was promised to feature others at some point but [[CutShort (but never did. did)]].

The series lasted for 3 issues (August-October, 2011).



* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: "This is not just a vanity project."

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: "This is not just a vanity project."


''ComicBook/BloodRedDragon'' is a 2011 ComicBook venture between Creator/StanLee, {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}}, Jonathan Goff, and [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Todd McFarlane]]. It's either a promotional piece or vanity comic for {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} and {{Music/X Japan}}, or, if you choose a more idealistic view, a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar comic that just happens to feature Yoshiki as the main character and was promised to feature others at some point but never did.

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''ComicBook/BloodRedDragon'' is a 2011 ComicBook venture between Creator/StanLee, {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}}, Jonathan Goff, and [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Todd McFarlane]]. It's either a promotional piece or vanity comic for {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} and {{Music/X Japan}}, or, if you choose a more idealistic view, a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar comic that just happens to feature Yoshiki as the main character and was promised to feature others at some point but never did.
did. The series lasted for 3 issues (August-October, 2011).


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''ComicBook/BloodRedDragon'' is a 2011 ComicBook venture between Creator/StanLee, {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}}, Jonathan Goff, and [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Todd McFarlane]]. It's either a promotional piece or vanity comic for {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} and {{Music/X Japan}}, or, if you choose a more idealistic view, a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar comic that just happens to feature Yoshiki as the main character and was promised to feature others at some point but never did.

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!!BloodRedDragon provides examples of:

* AuthorAvatar: Explained in the introductory paragraph of this article. The central superhero *is* a LifeEmbellished AuthorAvatar version of Music/YoshikiHayashi.
* BandToon: The comic book version, and worse, there are rumors it may become a movie. You may FacePalm now.
* DragonsUpTheYinYang: [[AssShove Literally, if you look at the cover image a certain way.]]
* GroupieBrigade: Two of them. There's the fan club and the shrine maidens.
* InstantFanClub: One of the GroupieBrigade.
* LightningCanDoAnything / HarmlessElectrocution: How comic!Yoshiki gets his dragon powers.
* LifeEmbellished: VERY much so.
* TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife: ''Averted'' to the degree of implied LemonStu, with the two groupie brigades above...
* ThePowerOfRock: How comic!Yoshiki fights.
* SelfInsertFic
* ShrineMaiden: The other of the GroupieBrigade available!
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: "This is not just a vanity project."

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