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APES AND BABES: THE ART OF FRANK CHO

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Frank Cho apes-and-babes
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APES AND BABES: THE ART OF FRANK CHO
Art & cover: FRANK CHO
Available: APRIL 22 2009
144 PAGES Hard Cover Full Color $29.99

From the award-winning creator of LIBERTY MEADOWS, ZOMBIE KING and JUNGLE GIRL, comes APES AND BABES: THE ART OF FRANK CHO. This 144-page full color collection will showcase FRANK CHO’s past and present illustrations and you will see why he’s considered one of the top masters of the female form and fantastic beasts.

WARNING: THIS BOOK MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES. BY THAT, WE MEAN THERE ARE BOOBS IN IT. C’MON. IT’S A FRANK CHO BOOK, DUDE.

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Pin-up for Emerald City Comicon’s monster art book

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Lizard, monster, art book, art by Frank Cho
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Wow. I can’t believe how much work has piled in over a week. I’ve been slowly pecking away at all the projects on my plate.

This is a creature pin-up for the Emerald City Comicon monster art book. It still needs to be tweaked and played around a bit but I think I’ve nailed the essence of the image.

I’ll post the final inked version later.


Frank Cho

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What’s on my book shelf?

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
art books, Frank Cho, new home art books, Frank Cho, new home
art books, Frank Cho, new home art books, Frank Cho, new home
art books, Frank Cho, new home art books, Frank Cho, new home
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Someone asked me recently what I have on my book shelves? Oddly enough, art books. So today I’ve decided to share with you loyal readers what art books adorn my book shelves.

I love 19th century art especially the French and British Royal Academy art. As you can see I’ve been slowly filling up my shelves with every art books on that time period. (I am in a look out for a great Léon Bonnat, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Solomon J. Solomon and Peter Paul Rubens art books to fill the gaps in my collection. Any help is greatly appreciated.)

I also love the annual SPECTRUM art books complied by the lovely Cathy and not so lovely Arnie Fenner from Under Wood Books. The newest one, Spectrum 17, just came out. (Thanks, Cathy and Arnie.) As always, this year’s Spectrum art book did not disappoint. It’s filled with some of the best art that I’ve seen all year. It’s out in stores now, so if you’re an art lover of any sort, you need to get this book now. You’ll thank me later.


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