Frank Cho Signs With Delcourt To Premiere His New Work In France, Well Before USA Publication

brutal-300x403Frank Cho has signed a new deal with large French comics publisher (hell, you might as well say large French publisher) for a number of upcoming pieces of work.

An interview with Mightyville quotes Frank on his future projects;

Several creator-owned things, a couple of which will be published by my French publisher, Delcourt. My buddy, Thierry Mornet, he works there. I’m really good friends with him so I think I’m gonna love to work with him. The stuff I do with him will eventually be published in the American market, but first I’m going to do the French and European markets, because again it will have no censorship and will then get a bigger release.

And they state that Brutal, by Joe Keatinge and Frank Cho, originally intended for Image Comics, will see publication from Delcourt first.

UPDATE: Joe Keatinge seems to question this, we have sent further emails for clarification. We reported from the original interview in good faith.

But we could probably also expect something from his red headed jungle girl…

redhead-sMaybe Ghost Dog…

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Possible even the aborted Guns And Dinos…

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