|Frank Cho The Totally Awesome Hulk #3 cover. Color and line art. Click thumbs to view|
Marvel just released the Hulk #3 cover image, guest starring FIN FANG FOOM! Greg Pak, the writer, hit it out of the park again with this issue. I’ve been busy drawing all week and enjoying every minute of it.
Now everyone is asking me if whether or not Fin Fang Foom will be wearing giant underpants? The answer is no. Fin Fang Foom is going full commando this issue and will be completely buck naked. (OUTRAGE!)
Totally Awesome Hulk #3 will be out February 2016. Remember to preorder your copy today at your local comic shop.
It’s good to be back home again. I had a blast in Argentina Comic Con, but 2 weeks is my limit for staying away from my drawing desk. Now, I’m energized and ready to tackle my projects with gusto.
First up. Here’s one of the recent sketch covers I did. Steve Morger, my art dealer, will have this and another original art up for sale at his art website soon. http://bigwowart.com
Secondly, my next convention appearance will be London Supercon in February. I’ll post the various sketch covers that I’ll be bringing to the convention to sell as soon as I finish them. These sketch covers will be $800 per cover. (Or the British Pound equivalent.) If you guys have any requests, just let me know on my apesandbabes.com message board or my Facebook page.
Well, that’s it for now. I still have lot of unpacking and settling in to do. I’ll post more images of my Hulk pages as soon as I’m able and get the okay from Marvel.
Talk to you guys in few days.
|Frank Cho in Argentina’s Patagonia Ice Glaciers, November 2015. Click thumbs to view|
Wow. Simply wow. Today, Steve Morger, my trusty art dealer/lawyer/spiritual advisor/pimp, and I went to see the ice glaciers at the Ice Glaciers National Park. The park is southwest of El Calafate mountain and the town we’re staying at. (We’re staying at the lovely Blanca Patagonia hotel.) Words can’t describe the incredible sight and the grandeur of the ice glaciers. It’s simply awe-inspiring.
We only had time to see the one, Glaciar Perito Moreno. The height of the ice wall is between 40-60 stories high and about 3 miles wide. Steve and I just sat in the observation areas and stared at this colossal natural structure in wonder. We literally sat for couple of hours watching the massive ice melt and break off into the lake. The sound of ice breaking off is like that of thunder. The explosive cracking sounds echo throughout the valley and the ice glaciers itself. And the colors of the ice glaciers is other-worldly and magical. The sunlight dances off the surface like spotlights causing parts of the ice to glow eerily with various shades of blue. Sometimes the sunlight causes the ice glaciers to glow within the structure.
You can not feel touched in some profound way after seeing something this massive and majestic. All I know is that when I get home, I’m going to paint what I saw and try to recapture the beauty of the Patagonia ice glaciers.