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Don Chin, David Neal Miller and Wayne Faucher
25 pages (1993); 2.8MB downloadParody Press Comics
; ISBN: CHIN-00039
The streets of New York are always infested with greedy criminals--enter Bloodyhot, a kooky, pale-skinned crimefighter who's goal is to 'extinguish' the vermin--literally! Armed with a high-powered fire extinguisher and able to fly with the aid of a back-mounted cooling fan, he's out to stop a high-powered comics publisher named Variant Comics from ripping off the innocent masses! But does our cool hero have what it takes to overcome rip-off clones of himself like the deadly drumstick-wielding rocker Rimshot or his mucous-crusted partner, Bloodysnot?
"It's said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I don't know if that's true, but I do know that you're nothing until they start making fun of you. Shortly after the publication of Bloodshot #1, Parody Press released Bloodyhot, complete with a metallic cover. Bloodyhot was a tongue-in-cheek look at Bloodshot and at VALIANT's speculator-driven "enhancements," including the (comic industry's) first-ever chromium cover. Now that VALIANT's come and gone, Bloodyhot seems all the more on-target, unless you're a die-hard fan. The insightful mdman behind it all? Don Chin, Parody Press Publisher, Writer, Editor, and Jack of all trades." --Anthony Mortelli, Bloodshot Fansite Creator