Batman: Li’l Gotham #12 review

Now comes the end of one of my favorite Bat-titles, Batman: Li’l Gotham and I believe that Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs, its creators, gave it a wonderful send-off. Once again, the…

Exclusive Preview: Li’l Gotham #12

One of our favorite Batman titles comes to an end this week with the final print edition of Batman: Li’l Gotham. While this is the last issue, every chapter of Li’l Gotham…

Batman: Li’l Gotham, Vol. 1 review

Batman: Li’l Gotham started out as a year-long Digital First series that would have one chapter a month devoted to whatever holiday was on the horizon. It featured vibrant water-colors, comedy that…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #11 review

Come celebrate All Saints’ Day and Daylight Savings Time in the penultimate installment of Li’l Gotham, the all-ages book that longtime fans and little kids reading about the bat-family for the first…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #10 review

Rather than try to top last year’s fantastic, cameo-laden Halloween special, issue #10 foregoes trick-or-treating for an Autumn themed episode starring Poison Ivy and a murder mystery lead by Damian Wayne. As…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #9 review

A Dustin Nguyen illustrated cover that pays homage to the classic Jack Burnley cover from the 1940’s AND a beloved Batman: The Animated Series episode? Come on. While it’s worth picking up this…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #8 review

While Li’l Gotham is well-known for its holiday specials, this month’s issue doesn’t celebrate any festival, feast day, or birthday whatsoever. Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs try something different by giving Batman…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #7 review

It might be October for us, but Li’l Gotham is celebrating the holidays of June and July in this issue and it’s just as adorable as you’d expect it to be. Minazuki…