Emerald City Comic Con was amazing this weekend, thank you to each and every person who came by. Thank you all! And if you couldnt make it, DC All Access covered the Batman Eternal Panel in Seattle where we talk a bit about the upcoming launch.
my Selina statue finally being released October this year. pics via comicvine at the toyfair http://www.comicvine.com/articles/toy-fair-2014-dc-collectibles-statues-batman-the-animated-series-li-l-gotham-and-more/1100-148131/
you mean looking kinda like this?
Not at the moment, but if lil gotham comes back, we’ll definitely be including bluebird. Really happy you are okay with her design, thanks!
ivy in watercolor and color pencils
some turns for the lil gotham toys coming out this year so far! i designed the bud and lou yenas afterwards. workin on where to put the saimese kitty :)
I’m definite no one has ever seen this page. it’s from an issue of Batman and Robin Derek and i did with writer Gregg Hurwitz a few years back- right before the new 52 reboot. Damian wanders the mansion at night. i wont post anymore in case one day the issue sees print and not to be spoiled, its fantastically dark story. Hopefully, Gregg and i can get together again soon on something.
speaking of spoilers, check out a preview of our spoiler issue of Batman 28 over here- http://herocomplex.latimes.com/comics/batman-zero-year-scott-snyder-talks-riddler-previews-28/#/0
comes out today!
i think i should mention that in the past, publishers like DC and Marvel do whats called ” inventory” stories and often covers. this was insurance to keep the monthly machine going in case a creative team fails to deliver on time, a book would still come out that month even if the story did not fall into sequence. It’s one of those few times where, as an artist, you might see stuff you drew a year ago come out and hear reviews ” wow, his/her stuff looks REALLY different than usual!”
the worst is of course, seeing a story you drew 2 years ago and get praises like ” he draws a lot better now”.
this story falls into that inventory slot i think.
welcome back Stephanie.
some of the minor color variations in the initial sketch i sent over to DC for Bluebird before we decided on the final one used.