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SDCC ’12 | Frank Cho’s ‘Brandy in Space’ print

The cast of Frank Cho’s Liberty Meadows is ready for Comic-Con International in typical cheesecake fashion, as the crew sports the outfits of a certain popular science-fiction franchise from the 1960s.

“It was interesting to see all the details on the costumes and the props while studying the reference photos,” Cho wrote on his blog. “I couldn’t believe how simple and crude the captain’s chair was. I just cracked up looking at all the 1960’s beehive hair-dos on the female cast. Talk about walking down memory lane. Despite the shoe-string budget and the dated look, Star Trek still told great emotional and entertaining stories. And this print is my nod to that great classic show. Live Long and Prosper.”

Colored by Brandon Peterson, the print is limited to 250 copies and costs $20. It’s available at booth #4907, the Big Wow Art booth.

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Federico Kereki

July 11, 2012 at 11:38 am

Most curious: in Brazil, “bunda” means “ass” — but not as in “donkey” but rather as in “bottom”.

Man, Cho really nailed it with the dog’s dead-on William Shatner impression.

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