Pencil and Ink is a new collection of Frank Cho's personal works that focuses primarily on his exceptional pencil and ink drawings. Filled with over 120 pieces from the last two decades, it contains works not published in Frank's previous book, The Art of Frank Cho. This companion title features his most recent ballpoint-pen women, nudes, sketches and studies of the figure. This reveal Frank's passion for the human form, crosshatching and the line as well as his love of storytelling. Also included are recent Sherlock Holmes and monster drawings, along with Jungle Queen commissions done over the years. With a wide range of both completed and unfinished creations, this collection gives you the opportunity to view the artist's craft through its many stages. A few pieces include both the completed and preliminary work to show Frank's thought process when making his visions. Featuring a new fifty-question interview, this book also answers many of the questions frequently asked by Frank's followers and fans. A self-taught artist, he offers advice to those starting out in the industry by sharing his own experience and disclosing information about what inspires his process. Frank also answers intimate questions and shares new insight on how he transitioned to becoming a professional in the field.