Bleeding Cool has noted Frank Cho‘s “Outrage” sketch covers, done individually on blank comic covers for paying fans, that both parodied and relished the infamous Milo Manara cover for Spider-Woman #1.
Now he’s been asked to do one that will see publication.
When Marvel eventually published the Manara cover, they used the logo to obscure some of it. Udon have decided not to do that.
STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS: CAMMY #1 (of 4)
Writer: Jim Zub
Art: Omar Dogan
In stores: July 2016
It’s Cammy White, the stinging bee of Street Fighter, in her own action-packed comic series! Cammy now leads the all-new special ops team “Delta Blue”, as they keep England and the world safe from destructive forces. Whether its art thieves, cyber assaults, or would-be world conquerors, Cammy and Delta Blue are ready to face the enemies of freedom and justice everywhere! Plus, Chun-li faces a mysterious opponent in a special bonus story.
MAY161839 STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS CAMMY #1 (OF 4) CVR A DOGAN
MAY161840 STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS CAMMY #1 (OF 4) CVR B PORTER
MAY161841 STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS CAMMY #1 (OF 4) CVR C BLANK SKETCH
MAY161842 STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS CAMMY #1 (OF 4) CVR D 10 COPY INCV (FRANK CHO)
MAY161843 STREET FIGHTER LEGENDS CAMMY #1 (OF 4) CVR E 20 COPY INCV (FRANK CHO)
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