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| RealName = Frank Cho
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| RealName = Duk Hyun Cho
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| Pseudonyms = Frank Cho
| Employers = DC Comics
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| Employers = DC Comics; Marvel; Penthouse Comix (magazine); Creators Syndicate; Insight Studios; Image; Sky Dog Press; Basement; Oni Press; Blue Line Pro; Bald Guy Studios; Funny Pages Press; Dark Horse; Top Cow; Dynamite
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| YearOfBirth = 1971
 
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| CityOfBirth = Seoul
 
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| CountryOfBirth = South Korea
 
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| ProfessionalHistory = Frank is mostly known for creating the series ''Liberty Meadows'' and for Dynamite's ''Jungle Girl''.
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In 2015, Cho drew a variant cover for Marvel's ''Spider-Gwen'', but it was considered as controversial, and thus he was removed from the project. In 2016, he parodied the controversy by including something similar on his variant for an issue of ''[[Harley Quinn Vol 3|Harley Quinn]]'' and later again for Udon's ''Street Fighter Legends''. He has also done variants for the ''Wonder Woman'' series.
   
 
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* https://marvel.wikia.com/Frank_Cho
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* https://dynamiteentertainment.wikia.com/Frank_Cho
 
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Latest revision as of 15:14, March 4, 2019

Frank Cho (b. 1971) is an artist.

Professional History

Frank is mostly known for creating the series Liberty Meadows and for Dynamite's Jungle Girl.

In 2015, Cho drew a variant cover for Marvel's Spider-Gwen, but it was considered as controversial, and thus he was removed from the project. In 2016, he parodied the controversy by including something similar on his variant for an issue of Harley Quinn and later again for Udon's Street Fighter Legends. He has also done variants for the Wonder Woman series.

Work History


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