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Frank Cho’s Latest Sketch Covers: Taste the Outrage!

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New York Comic Con is here! The big festival of comics, graphic novels, comic book movies and TV, cosplay and general comics awesomeness starts today.

Artists’ Alley, where fans get to meet artists (duh) will as always be a buzzing hive of talent and irreverence, and nobody has more fun than Frank Cho. He’ll be at booth AA11 all weekend, starting tomorrow.

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Cho has been churning out new sketch covers in the past weeks (which included a visit to Baltimore Comic Con), and staying true to his feather-ruffling form. In fact, we’re going to go ahead and call these latest works his “Outrage!” series—since each of them features an alarmed Spider-Gwen crying “Outrage!” at the cheesecakey antics of Cho’s heroines.

“Outrage! Outrage! Outrage!” Pfft, get over it. We nicked these pix from Frank Cho’s ApesAndBabes blog, which always features something new and interesting from the sexy and silly Choniverse. Do stop by Cho’s booth (AA11) and give him our regards—who knows, you might even catch him signing a fan as he did at San Diego.

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

Frank Cho Sketch Cover

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Published on: October 8, 2015

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13 Responses to Frank Cho’s Latest Sketch Covers: Taste the Outrage!

  1. Frank Forte says:

    ha! these are great!

  2. Johnny says:

    jajaja, the price u have to pay!

  3. David says:

    Bravo Frank Cho! Keep up the good fight! Enough of this PC crap!

    • Jose says:

      Ugh, look I love the covers and I am tired of faux controversies as much as anybody but this ”Fighting the Good fight” the anti-pc crowd talks about makes you just as bad as them. Just as self righteous and hollier than thou, just in the opposite direction.

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  5. […] As expected, the internet responded as you would expect them to. Cho was waiting for them though, and proceeded to add insult to injury with a series of violently sexist sketch covers that completely abandon subtlety and champion poor taste.  […]

  6. […] As expected, the internet responded as you would expect them to. Cho was waiting for them though, and proceeded to add insult to injury with a series of violently sexist sketch covers that completely abandon subtlety and champion poor taste.  […]

  7. So did “Marvel” every acknowledge the hoodie spider-man design came from a lady on DeviantArt? Because it did.

  8. […] As expected, the internet responded as you would expect them to. Cho was waiting for them though, and proceeded to add insult to injury with a series of violently sexist sketch covers that completely abandon subtlety and champion poor taste.  […]

  9. […] fans make of the implied violence of Robbi Rodriguez’s tweet to Frank Cho, or of Cho’s insistent, baiting caricatures of “SJWs?” And how can you discuss outrage culture without pointing out that the […]

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