Though it may not have been announced by Marvel, Frank Cho has announced he’s working on a X-Men mini-series. According to the writer/artist, he plans on featuring three of the hottest women in the Marvel Universe. So… Aunt May, Marrow, and Skrull Elektra? via Frank Cho
Press Release Image Comics’ upcoming new 50 GIRLS 50, the sexy sci-fi epic co-created by Frank Cho and Doug Murray, will be fit to bursting with fantastic art! Along with the outstanding work of Axel Medellin, winner of the talent search for the perfect 50 GIRLS 50 artist, Cho himself will be contributing his own distinct art to the universe of 50 GIRLS 50.
Press Release Two years ago, LIBERTY MEADOWS creator Frank Cho and The ‘Nam and Jungle Girl writer Doug Murray went in search of an artist to illustrate their all-new 50 GIRLS 50. Today, they’re putting the final touches on a four-issue miniseries drawn by 50 GIRLS 50 contest winner and new ELEPHANTMEN artist Axel Medellin.
Press Release Mid-Ohio-Con announced today that acclaimed creator Frank Cho has joined the guest roster for Mid-Ohio-Con 2010. “We’re thrilled to add Frank to the Mid-Ohio-Con guest list for the 30th anniversary show. We’ve really taken our guest list up a notch this year and we’re looking forward to an amazing turnout on the weekend of November 6-7, 2010 in Columbus, OH.” said James Henry, Managing Director of Mid-Ohio-Con.
For the past several months, LIBERTY MEADOWS creator Frank Cho and THE ‘NAM writer Doug Murray have searched for the artist to illustrate their all new miniseries, 50 GIRLS 50. Today they’re proud to announce the search is over with winner Axel Medellin!
Press Release As announced at this year’s San Diego Comic Con,Â LIBERTY MEADOWS creator Frank Cho and THE ‘NAM writer Doug Murray are teaming up with Newsarama to seek out new talent for their upcoming Image Comics project, 50-GIRLS-50! “When creating 50-GIRLS-50, Doug and I knew we wanted to go with a very different look than we’ve had on any previous collaboration,” Cho said. “Given the immense wealth of talent online, we decided an open call would be the best way to find someone. We’re open to seeing all styles for our prospective illustrator and look forward to the results.”