I’ve read the first two issues of Skybourne, and was prepared to dislike it. I didn’t expect to hate it, mind you, but Frank Cho’s
When we got Mae #1 by Gene Ha in our e-mail, I was thrilled. I’ve long been a fan of his work and the chance
Frank Cho has had quite a year. He was a focal point in an online battle with social justice warriors. He provided numerous covers to Marvel.
Through an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Marvel Editor-In-Chief Axel Alonso revealed the identity of the main character in Totally Awesome Hulk will be the one character
Frank Cho drew a sketch cover for Spider-Gwen using the infamous Manara Spider-Woman pose that caused such an uproar by epitomizing the sexualization of female comic