Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho

Friday — August 26th, 2016

Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho

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SKYBOURNE #1 cover – Baltimore Comicon Exclusive

SKYBOURNE #1 - Baltimore Comicon Exclusive Cover line art
Frank Cho: SKYBOURNE #1 Baltimore Comicon Exclusive Cover art – Click to view.

Finishing up the latest Skybourne cover for Baltimore Comicon. This is Grace Skybourne, one of two main heroes in the brother-sister team.

People are asking me what I’m doing now that I’m no longer the cover artist on Wonder Woman. This is it. I’m writing and drawing my creator-owned book, Skybourne, at BOOM! Studios.

Skybourne #1 will be out this September.

http://baltimorecomiccon.com


FRANK CHO

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San Diego Comicon – Next Week

Frank Cho and Brandon Peterson: Savage 2016 SDCC art print
Frank Cho and Brandon Peterson: Savage 2016 SDCC art print. Click to view full image.

Yikes! Still under the deadline gun as I plow through my work list. The good news is that all the stuff that needed to get done before the show will get done.

I still haven’t started packing for San Diego Comicon next week, but here’s a rough list of what I’ll be bringing to San Diego:

* New art print by me and Brandon Peterson
* Original art for sale including my Wonder Woman covers
* “Drawing Beautiful Women” art book. (In the oversized edition, I’ll be doing small head sketches for money.)

I’ll be sitting at booth 4901 with Geof Darrow, Steve Purcell and Mike Mignola.


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Sabrina The Teenage Witch

Frank Cho: Sabrina the Teenage Witch - 2016 Baltimore Comic Con Year Book cover art
Frank Cho: Sabrina the Teenage Witch – 2016 Baltimore Comic Con Year Book cover art. Click to view.

San Diego Comicon is just around the corner, and I have a work list a mile long of all the art I have to draw before I leave for San Diego next week. On that list is “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” pin-up for the Baltimore Comic Con Year Book. It’s focus this year is the Archie Universe. They needed the art now so they can get the book printed in time for the September show in Baltimore. http://baltimorecomiccon.com

I wished I spent more time on it and got a proper colorist to color it but deadlines are deadlines, so quick flat colors by me will do.

One more project off my list. Now, back to the grindstone.


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