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Would somebody explain to me how, in the course of a week, you can arrange to have a visual genius like Michael Cho to create variant covers to 22 of your regular books (my favorite, above) and degrade your characters … Continue reading
Michael Cho brings danger back to comics with this cover for The Best American Comics 2010. And he has taste. (via Robot 6)
On his blog, Canadian illustrator and cartoonist Michael Cho has published a few of the illustrations he made for the opera Les Aventures de Mme Merveille. This opera, written by Cecil Castellucci and currently getting geared up for production by … Continue reading