Posts Tagged ‘new projects’

My new creator-owned character for the French market

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Frank Cho Redhead
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I have a sneak peek for today’s art blog.

As many may know, I really enjoyed my trip to Paris in May. Since then I’ve been quietly working on my new creator-owned character for the French market.

Why the French market, you say? Why don’t I publish it here in United States? The reason is simple. In the French market and European market in general, there is no censorship.

More news as things develop.

Frank Cho


Louise Brooks

Thursday, January 19th, 2012
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Frank Cho – Louise Brooks – click on thumbs to enlarge

The topic of Louise Brooks came up this weekend and her exciting roller coaster life. Now, I’m a huge Louise Brooks fan since middle school when I first discovered her (and Bettie Page). To me, the three most iconic women of the 20th century were Bettie Page, Marilyn Monroe and Louise Brooks. (Hell, I even recreated Wasp in Mighty Avengers in her image.)

Just talking about Louise Brooks and educating my friend about this forgotten silent film star brought back lot of memories of my youth, and my frustration for the lack of awareness by the general film fans of this tempestuous and self-destructive star.

Well, one thing led to another… It’s still very early in the development stage but I may be involved in creating a biographic graphic novel of Louise Brooks.

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Frank Cho


Frank and Tom’s Secret Project

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

Art by FRANK CHO. Project with Thomas E. Sniegoski

FRANK CHO – Development art project with Thomas E. Sniegoski – click to view full image

2013 is shaping up to be one of my most creative and productive year. I have several creator-owned projects in various stages of completion.

Here is a sneak peek of one of the most funny and exciting project out of the bunch. It’s a hybrid project that I’m co-creating with the very talented and prolific Thomas E. Sniegoski.

What it is or what it’s about, I can’t tell you just yet. But it’s quirky adventure story with heavy doses of comedy and horror. Stay tuned, true believers.

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Frank Cho