I like the 1st one. its a fair amount hotter. As for liking Megan Fox or not, she is kind of like the Ferrari. Impracticle, over-priced, and will likely cause you to do things you wouldn't normally do. But, oh my god, do I love to look at them and imagine what it would be like to drive one.
I'm partial to Frank Cho in general, but I really like Cho's version. It has that classic pinup feel to it. And I love his use of ballpoint pen to render the figure.Although, both kind of give her those dead, vacant eyes. I guess that's the point, but it's kinda creepy.
"I'm partial to Frank Cho in general, but I really like Cho's version. It has that classic pinup feel to it."Agreed. It has that classic 70s horror mag feel which I love
Until I saw this Cho cover, I never understood Fox's appeal. I guess he can make anything look good.
As much as I am a HUGE Frank Cho fan, I kinda understand Diamond's logic on this one.There is no argument of how much of a FANTASTIC cheesecake artist Cho is, but Jones' cover just looks more "Comicky" in comparison to Cho's realistic and iconic looking one.As for MY personal preference I would have to say Frank Cho's cover, not only for teh fanboy factor (witch plays a HUGE part in my decision, believe meh) but the fact that he uses one of my favorite drawing techniques: The Ballpoint Pen.
I love Cho's work, but that red background is booorrring. Maybe it's just an aesthetic reason why Diamond chose the other cover.Has anyone seen the interior art yet?
Cho is better at tracing photos than the other guy but the bottom is just a better design in every way. The Cho one is just a picture of a girl. The bottom on is a cover.
Valerie you either love Megan Fox too much, or you hate her too much. I feel like this blog has become the all Megan Fox all the time channel.
"I feel like this blog has become the all Megan Fox all the time channel."If I keep writing about Megan, Michael Bay promises to wash my car while I film him.
Cho, easily, for reasons already mentioned.
Also, I don't feel Cho's art is too cheesecake here.But the Jones piece seems more specifically "branded" with the movie, and the likeness is more clear. So that might have been a motivating factor; I have no idea, really.
"If I keep writing about Megan, Michael Bay promises to wash my car while I film him."And THAT is why I will keep following your blog for a loooooong time...ROFL with TEARS in my eyes!!! XD
"If I keep writing about Megan, Michael Bay promises to wash my car while I film him."Thank you for that visual. You'll be receiving the therapy bill in the mail. I have to go with the Cho cover. It just grabs me more. Also, it's nice to see a Cho picture that doesn't involve a major t&a shot.
The first...plus it doesn't look as much like her.
Gonna hafta go with cover #2. It's the most visually appealing. The only thing eye-catching about #1 is the bright red background.
Gotta go with Cho, for its more subtle horror aspect.The pinup would be totally innocuous except for the blood on her hand which one could easily miss if not looking carefully.The other image is simply gratuitous and crude.
Frank Cho is a national treasure. I mean that both ironically and sincerely. He is by far one the nicest, coolest, and most talented people working in comics today. Nic Cage's next movie should be National Treasure 3: The Search for Frank Cho. He wins by default, every time.
The one with a red background.