Artist Frank Cho Leaves DC Comics, Attacks Censorship Of Wonder Woman Covers

Breitbart | 7/14/2016 | Staff
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After facing criticism and alleged censorship for revealing “too much skin” on his drawing of superhero Wonder Woman, an artist for the comic has left DC Comics.

DC Comics commissioned Frank Cho, along with other notable comic book artists, to design variant covers for their comic series. Here, side by side, are Cho’s original sketch, and the final version edited by DC.

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Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka allegedly took issue with Cho’s rendition of the original cover.

“All the problem lies with Greg Rucka,” Cho told Bleeding Cool. “EVERYONE loves my Wonder Woman covers and wants me to stay. Greg Rucka is the ONLY one who has any problem with covers. Greg Rucka has been trying to alter and censor my artwork since day one.”

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“Greg Rucka thought my Wonder Woman #3 cover was vulgar and showed too much skin, and has been spearheading censorship, which is baffling since my Wonder Woman image is on model and shows the same amount of skin as the interior art, and it’s a VARIANT COVER and he should have no editorial control over it. (But he does. WTF?!!!)”

“I tried to play nice, not rock the boat and do my best on the covers, but Greg’s weird political agenda against me and my art has made that job impossible,” said Cho. “Wonder Woman was the ONLY reason I came over to DC Comics.”

Cho - Kind - Words - Rest

Cho had some kind words to say about the rest of his...
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