Brandy X Star Trek - SDCC 2012

Posted by Grey Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Live Long and Prosper before heading your way down to San Diego Comic-Con, courtesy of acclaimed artist Frank Cho.

With San Diego Comic-Con International, the biggest convention showcasing the very best of pop cultures and geekasm, kicking off tomorrow with style, we looked to the ever-reliable acclaimed comic book artist Frank Cho for some much-needed inspiration before the show. In this year's art print that Cho prepared for the event, we see a mash-up of the cast of Cho's Liberty Meadows and the legendary Star Trek TV series.

From the artist's own words:

Boom! Hot off the press. Here’s the annual art print that I’ll be selling at the San Diego Comic-Con.

I had fun drawing this cheeky parody of Star Trek, one of my favorite sci-fi shows. My boy, Brandon Peterson, did another stellar job coloring it.

It was interesting to see all the details on the costumes and the props while studying the reference photos. 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.

With a limited run of 250 copies, the 11″ X 17″ print, colored by Brandon Peterson costs $20 and will be available at booth #4907 (Big Wow Art).


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