We reported recently on how posting some of his cheesecake art got artist Frank Cho locked out of his Facebook account. Well it seems it has happened again:
I’m suspended from Facebook for 3 days.
Some asshole with a stick up his ass thought a DRAWING of a topless woman (Jungle Queen Riding Pterodactyl) was too much for him/her, and decided to protect the American public by having Facebook smut police take down my DRAWING of a topless woman.
So I’m banned from Facebook for 3 days.
I really hate the idiots in this country.
NOTE FROM FRANK CHO
Still suspended from Facebook for posting a DRAWING of a topless woman holding on to a pterodactyl.
I just wanted to let you guys know that illustration and other art that Facebook has banned will be in my upcoming Jungle Queen themed sketchbook.
I’ll be selling the sketchbook at San Diego, Boston and Baltimore Comic Con.
Well, good for sales, to be sure. We’re guessing this piece is what got him banned:
The nip slip version can be seen here, if you must.
Maybe not our cuppa, but no reason to be cut off from humanity, aka Facebook, either. We’d suspect it’s some kind of mischievous fanboy who is doing the complaining, not actually someone who is offended by neolithic cheesecake.
We said it before and we’ll say it again: DON’T STORE YOUR LIFE ON FACEBOOK. Esp. if you also like to post girlie pictures. Facebook SUCKS as a place to run portfolios.
Heidi MacDonald is the founder and editor in chief of The Beat. In the past, she worked for Disney, DC Comics, Fox and Publishers Weekly. She can be heard regularly on the More To Come Podcast. She likes coffee, cats and noble struggle.