Value of Original Frank Cho Art

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Frank Cho art price guide

Creator of Liberty Meadows, Frank Cho has a strong cult following among art collectors.

Facts About Original FRANK CHO Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$9,600 Batman #48 Variant Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.fleskpublications.com/frank-cho
 
Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Amazing Spider-Man #799
  • Venom #7
  • New Avengers #14
  • Uncanny X-Men #461
Frank Cho

How Much is Frank Cho Art Worth?

Several hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on the importance of the pieces.

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Frank Cho Art Prices

Batman #48 Variant Cover Art sold for $9,600
Frank Cho art

Lady Death Apocalyptic Abyss Limited Edition Variant Cover Art sold for $6,600
 Frank Cho

Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus Volume 4 Cover Art sold for $9,000
Frank Cho

Ballpoint Beauties Illustration sold for $4,800
Frank Cho

Black Panther #8 Variant Cover Art sold for $5,040
 Frank Cho art

Daredevil Sketch sold for $260
 Frank Cho

Black Cat Unpublished Illustration sold for $4,080
Frank Cho

Harley Quinn #22 Variant Cover sold for $4,320
 Frank Cho art

Harley Quinn #37 Variant Cover sold for $8,400
 Frank Cho

Harley Quinn #41-42 Variant Covers Art sold for $9,000
 Frank Cho art

Harley Quinn #61 Variant Cover Art featuring Catwoman sold for $7,200
 Frank Cho

Hulk #7 Variant Cover sold for $5,520
 Frank Cho

Incredible Hulk Volume 3 #1 Sketch Variant Cover Art sold for $430
Frank Cho

Marvel Knights Spider-Man #5 Cover Art sold for $6,600
Frank Cho art

Queen of the Frozen Wastes #2A Cover Art sold for $2,510
Frank Cho

Red Hulk Toy Illustration sold for $720
Frank Cho art

Red Sonja Queen of the Frozen Wastes #3 Variant Cover Art sold for $4,250
Frank Cho

Supergirl Illustration sold for $3,840
Frank Cho

The Mighty Avengers #2 Cover Art sold for $4,180
 Frank Cho art

The Mighty Avengers #6 Cover Art sold for $3,110
 Frank Cho

Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates: Death of Spider-Man #1 Cover Art sold for $2,570
Frank Cho

Where Monsters Dwell #3 Cover Art sold for $3,600
 Frank Cho art

Wizard Magazine Unpublished Cover Art 'Phoenix & Wolverine' sold for $2,160
 Frank Cho

Wolverine Sketch sold for $240
Frank Cho

Iron Man and New Avengers Mash-Up Illustration sold for $145
 Frank Cho art

History of Frank Cho in Comic Book Art

Frank Cho began his comic book career while attending Prince George's Community College by drawing a regular comic strip entitled, 'Everything but the Kitchen Sink' for the school's newspaper, The Owl.

He also served as the paper's comics editor. During this time Cho also drew a daily comic strip for The Diamondback, the student newspaper of The University of Maryland, College Park, called University².

His first syndicated comic was Liberty Meadows, published under Creators Syndicate, with whom Cho had signed a fifteen-year contract following his graduation. However after serving five years under the contract, Cho broke from Creators Syndicate, citing regular censorship battles with the company's editor. Cho continued releasing uncensored versions of Liberty Meadows in book form after his departure.

In the early 2000s, Cho began doing anthology work for Marvel Comics, including cover art for titles like Ultimate Spider-Man Super Special, The Savage Dragon #100, The Amazing Spider-Man #46, Hellboy: Weird Tales #6 and Invincible #14.

In 2004, Cho was assigned to do the full interior work for Marvel's release of Spider-Man books, including Marvel Knights Spider-Man #5 and #8 and then later The Astonishing Spider-Man #123 in 2005.

Cho also provided the pencilling for both the New Avengers and the Mighty Avengers before going onto to write and illustrate his own original series, Savage Wolverine, which featured Wolverine and a revamping of the 1970s Marvel character Shanna the She-Devil.

In 2016, Cho drew the Marvel series Totally Awesome Hulk, which would be his last project under his Marvel contract. Cho then moved over to DC Comics when offered to draw variant cover art for the first 24 issues of Wonder Woman as part of DC's Rebirth initiative.

However, Cho only made it to finalizing the cover for issue #6 before quitting due to arguments with series writer Greg Rucka over the sexualized nature of Cho's depiction of the character.

Cho now works for Boom! Studios where he writes, draws and has created the five-issues miniseries, Skybourne. Cho has received numerous awards over his career including an Eagle Award in 2006 for Best Artist and a Ringo Award for Best Cover Artist in 2017. 


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