Posts Tagged ‘convention’


Marvel’s Secret Invasion #6 cover featuring Spider-Woman

Sunday, August 24th, 2008
Here’s a sneak peek of the Marvel’s Secret Invasion #6 cover featuring Spider-Woman.

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This is a special variant cover which will only be sold at the Baltimore Comicon.
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Only 5000 copies will be printed and sold at the Baltimore Comicon.
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Baltimore Comicon will be held September 27-28.
Frank Cho  Marvel Secret-invasion Spider-Woman cover art

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Original art (drawn on the rare Shanna print) for sale

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

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Welp, my bags are packed and I’m off to Emerald City Comicon in
Seattle, Washington.

Many may know that I don’t do sketches at conventions anymore due to
eBay art flippers. And quite frankly, I hate doing them. I rather meet
and talk with the fans than chained to a desk pumping out characters
that I have no desire to draw.

So like in the recent past, I’m bringing two original art (drawn on
the rare Shanna print) for sale. These are the only two art that I’ll
be selling at the show. ($1500 each.) So first come. First serve.

See you guys there.

— Frank Cho

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Heroes Con 2009: original art and other smut

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Frank Cho original art for the 2009 Heroes Convention in Charlotte
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Well, it’s that time of the year where I head on down to Heroes Con at Charlotte, North Carolina.

I’ll be selling my usual fare – smut! Here’s a quick list of what I’m selling at Heroes Con.

* Last dozen copies of “Jungle Queens” and “Mars Maidens” art books
* 8 copies of “Apes and Babes” art book
* 10 copies of the rare uncolored nude variant Jungle Girl #4 comics
* 1 or 2 remarked Jungle Trinity art prints with original art

Here’s the original art image on the Jungle Trinity art print. I’m not sure I’ll have time to do the second one since I have couple of deadlines to meet before the show.

I was originally going to add the grass and foliage on the background but decided not to. The figure looked so clean and bold, I didn’t want to distract it with a background.

See you all at Charlotte, North Carolina this weekend.

— Frank Cho

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