Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho

Friday — July 31st, 2015

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ESPN the Body Issue She-Hulk Sketches

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Frank Cho: ESPN the Body Issue She-Hulk Sketches and final art- click thumbs to view

I’m literally walking out the door to catch my plane to Boston Comicon this weekend. It’s been a brutal few weeks of unrelenting work since San Diego Comicon. I really have nothing to report at the moment. All my projects are in motion and I’m doing my best to stay on top of them.

So before I go, here’s a quick blog that you might enjoy. Here are the She-Hulk sketches that I submitted for the ESPN the Body issue.

Oh, I’ll be sitting next to Tom Sniegoski at Boston Comicon promoting our upcoming creator-owned project, World of Payne: Ghost Dog. Also, I may do one or two sketch covers while I’m at the show.

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She-Hulk Battle

Frank Cho The Totally Awesome Hulk battle scene
Frank Cho The Totally Awesome Hulk battle scene. Click to view full image.

Another page down! I’ve been in complete lock-down mode this weekend trying to get these Hulk pages done in time. I just finished this page yesterday and I’ve penciled the another page this afternoon. Hopefully, I’ll get the page inked and finished by tonight.

Here’s a partial sneak peek of the page that I just finished. She-Hulk and Spider-Man battling two new villains.

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Busy With Hulk

Frank Cho The Totally Awesome hulk
Frank Cho The Totally Awesome Hulk villain. Click to view full image.

Man, time is flying by. Sorry for the late blog this week, folks. I’ve been trying to make up for all the work time I’ve lost attending San Diego Comicon.

I’ve pretty much took the phone off the receiver and buried myself into the Hulk project since I got back home from San Diego. My schedule has been – eat, draw, write, sleep and repeat. Here are some of the pages I’ve been working on.

Hopefully, I’ll come up for air next week.

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