Baltimore Comic-Con Panels

Friday — August 29th, 2014

Baltimore Comic-Con Panels

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Frank Cho: ‘Inkhead’ concept art . Click to view full image

Okay. Okay. I just got the latest info on the Baltimore Comic-Con panels that I’ll be doing at the show next weekend. I’ll be doing TWO panels. The first panel is a Wolverine panel with various Marvel creators talking about our individual Wolverine run. My second panel will be my fun drawing panel. It’s my “One Character. One Action. One Hour” panel.

In this drawing panel, I’ll draw live onstage whatever the audience wants me to draw in one hour. At the end of the panel, the finished drawing will be raffled off. You can buy the raffle tickets ($5 per ticket) at my booth and during the drawing panel. Remember this is a no-holds-barred panel, so anything goes. You want me to draw Wonder Woman wrestling She-Hulk in baby oil? – It could happen. I have no filter. I’m serious, this will be one crazy panel.

Picture of the day: A giant demon drawing for my buddy, Marc Dyson’s project, Inkhead. It’s a pretty cool and twisted horror story.

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Guns and Dinos Update

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Frank Cho: GUNS AND DINOS sneak peek. Click to view full image

Going over my list of creator-owned projects again and getting more and more excited. I’ve been jumping from one project to another in anticipation. Here’s a quick run down and schedule.

*Drawing Beautiful Women – FINISHED, out in November.
*World of Payne – Out in Spring 2015. (With Tom Sniegoski)
*Skybourne – Out in Fall 2015
*Guns & Dinos – Out in Spring 2016

I can’t talk about or show you more art from “World of Payne” and “Skybourne” just yet. Big announcements concerning both projects is coming down the pipe. Hopefully, we can officially announce the news at Baltimore Comic-Con. So I decided to show you some art in progress from “Guns & Dinos” project instead. Enjoy.

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FRANK CHO

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Frank Cho: GUNS AND DINOS sneak peek. Click to view full image

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Sketch Covers at Baltimore Comic-Con

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Frank Cho: Black Widow Avengers Sketch Cover. Click to view full image

Holy crap. Baltimore Comic-Con is just around the corner. I’ve been getting lot of emails asking for commissions. The answer is no, I’m not doing commissions at the show, nor am I taking pre-show commissions this year.

BUT I will have several sketch covers already finished at my booth. Also, I’ll have several original art for sale, too. Here’s one of the sketch covers I’ve done – Black Widow of the Avengers. I’ll post more finished sketch covers as the Baltimore Comic-Con nears.

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Frank Cho’s Next Four Creator-Owned Projects

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Frank Cho: ‘Skybourne’ concept art . Click to view full image

Welcome to my super late Sunday Art Blog. (Two days late, I know.) Things got out of hand this weekend with various matters and I couldn’t do the blog until now.

Today, I’m going to reveal my next 4 creator-owned projects as I throw my hat back into the creator-owned project ring. Some projects you may know and some you may not know. I have roughly 10 creator-owned projects that I want to publish in the next 5 years. Two projects per year. Except for couple, all are self contained mini-series.

1) “Drawing Beautiful Women: The Frank Cho Method” – Finished and at the printer. Out in stores November 2014. Published by Flesk Publications.

2) “World of Payne” by me and Tom Sniegoski. Spring 2015. Publisher to be announced.

3) “Skybourne”, story and art by me. Fall 2015. Publisher to be announced. (Hopefully in Baltimore Comicon in two weeks.)

4) “Guns & Dinos”, story and art by me. Spring 2016. Publisher Delcourt and Image Comics.

In the coming months, I’ll showcase some advance pages from my various creator-owned projects. Today’s image is from my sketchbook that I sometimes carry around, scribble and jot down story ideas. I’ve thumb nailed and sketched out various scenes from “Skybourne”. These are cover ideas and the thumbnail for the very first page of “Skybourne”.

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