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Hot Toys displays "Avengers: Age of Ultron," Captain America & "Guardians of the Galaxy" stars while Kotobukiya offers li'l, colorful Batman toys!
Collectible toy company Kotobukiya has revealed a new set of DC Comics mini figures based on "Li’l Gotham" by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs.
This week, Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" sinks, Poison Ivy charms, "X-Men Legacy" waits patiently and "Thunderbolts" double-dips.
Batman pulls double duty, the Thunderbolts are hopelessly lost, Parker ends up in a (literal) shooting gallery and "Dead Body Road" looms large.
"Detective Comics" #23.1 writer Derek Fridolfs discusses shifting the title's focus to Poison Ivy for DC Comics' Villains Month , explaining how the femme fatale more than holds her own in her origin tale.
This week, it's Superman versus Robots, Wolverine versus Wolverine, the women of Gotham versus the Joker, Mariko versus Logan, and a gun-toting gorilla versus … everybody.
Kelly Thompson gives Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs' "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2 4.5 stars, calling it the "brightest, most refreshing corner the DC Universe has seen in a very long time."
This week, we get to know our Viper, Prince Robot IV has a very bad day, Magik has a very big sword, Kate Bishop hearts Hawkeye and Bat-cow jumps over the moon.
It was Spoiler Sunday for the DC All Access panel at WonderCon, and the creators behind "Superman," "Nightwing," "Astro City" and more were on hand to dish about their favorite DC Comics titles.
"Batman: Li'l Gotham" artist/co-writer Dustin Nguyen discusses his work on DC's successful holiday-themed digital-first series and teases plans for the publisher's cutest take on the Dark Knight.
Greg McElhatton gives the digital-first "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs "a great usage of the digital delivery medium."
DC Comics expands its digital-first initiative with "Li’l Gotham," a monthly serial featuring Dustin Nguyen’s popular chibi-esque renditions of Batman’s friends and foes, co-written by Derek Fridolfs.
Artist Dustin Nguyen continues his stay in Gotham City, leaving his mark along the "Streets of Gotham" and penciling his way onto "Batgirl" while hoping to bring Lil' Gotham to the printed age.