On Saturday, Bleeding Cool published a report telling you about Frank Cho's latest blank sketch variant, apparently depicting The Unstoppable Wasp, otherwise known as teenage superhero Nadia Pym, with Luke Cage and Iron Fist ogling her butt. After Bleeding Cool published the article, Cho updated his Facebook post to say that the character was meant to be […]
It's been a while since Bleeding Cool has given its trusty clickbait generation device, the Bleeding Cool Wheel of Stories, a spin: For old time's sake, let's spin the Wheel and see what we should write about today… *spins wheel* Ah. "What is Frank Cho up to?" An all time classic. It's also an easy […]
Readers of Bleeding Cool are familiar with the antics of one Frank Cho, largely because Bleeding Cool has entire teams of interns constantly scouring Cho's social media outlets looking for anything Cho has said or done that can be remotely viewed as controversial so that we can turn it into a clickb– um, investigative report. […]
As reported about extensively on Bleeding Cool (and by extensively we mean at least twice per week as firmly stated in our charter), Frank Cho loves to rile people up with his hilarious and edgy "Outrage" sketch covers, usually featuring a female superhero with an exaggerated figure wearing skimpy clothing while Spider-Gwen yells "outrage" in the background. […]
Recently there was an incredible outpouring of concern over a plot twist in Captain America: Steve Rogers that saw the character revealed as a sleeper spy for Hydra all along. And the involvement Hydra, which has been used as a Nazi, Communist and ISIS analogy over the decades – though with stronger Nazi roots in […]
BC: It's official. After 14 years at Marvel, you're no longer an exclusive Marvel creator? CHO: Yes. My exclusive Marvel contract expired after I turned in my final page for Totally Awesome Hulk #4. It has been a great experience playing with Marvel toys over the years. I'm forever grateful to all my editors, writers, […]
Oh She-Hulk! You're always pulling on other people's pants. It's like you have no depth perception when all gamma'ed up or something. The most recent Frank Cho sketch cover, as seen at South Carolina Comic Con.
As picked up by Bleeding Coo writer Pastor Juarez at C2E2 today from Frank Cho, a Batman/TMNT sketch cover by Frank Cho featuring Batman, a Turtle and his Spide-Gwen character, Outrage… Frank is Asian American everyone. So that makes it okay… They're all the rage…
Frank Cho is at London Super Comic Con. Which means a few more of his Outrage sketch covers to be sold at his table. And yes, that includes his take on Spider-Gwen providing the commentary… Shameless, Frank, shameless!
You know, I can't tell a lie, we've missed him. But Frank Cho is back to his "outrage" sketch covers, and has put this one straight on eBay… I note a certain Spider-Gwen has been switched for a raven…
From the pages of today's Totally Awesome Hulk by Greg Pak and Frank Cho… I do wonder how much the original artwork without the lettering will go for? You know, Hulk, doing that with your legs doesn't actually hide anything… Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London. Who will be hosting a signing by Burton C […]
Frank Cho has been in Buenos Aires for the Argentina Comic Con. Whereupon he visited Buenos Aires art museum where he saw two paintings by two of his favourite artists, William Bouguereau and Velazquez. Looks like Velazquez is a fan of Cho as well…