Paul Dini is the multi-award-winning writer of many scripts for Batman: The Animated Series, and has also written for the Superman and Justice League animated series. His comics work includes Batman: Black and White and Batman Adventures. Dustin Nguyen has pencilled the critically acclaimed... show more
Paul Dini is the multi-award-winning writer of many scripts for Batman: The Animated Series, and has also written for the Superman and Justice League animated series. His comics work includes Batman: Black and White and Batman Adventures. Dustin Nguyen has pencilled the critically acclaimed WildCats 3.0 and The Authority.
Birth date: August 07, 1957
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Batman swings around Gotham, and these are the stories taking place right before that night - or leading up to it - or set during that night. Alfred gets him a dog and he fails to realize that is his gift. Harley Quinn proves she's out to do something nice for a change and he comes to a temporar...
A fun superhero romp featuring two underused DC favorites, Zatanna and Black Canary. With a different creative team this could have been a cheesecake fest, but Paul Dini has shown in both comics and animation his great fondness for the Zatanna character. Joe Quinones' visual interpretation of the tw...
Around the Year Reading Challenge Item #46: A Crime Story I am only a casual fan of Batman, but the credit for any of the fandom I have for the series goes back to Batman: The Animated Series from the nineties, which I still consider to be the best incarnation of Batman yet. So I was excited to re...
Another volume of excellent Batman mysteries. Loved the artwork and the storyline is snappy and active, but also emotive. I think Dini's Batman volumes tend to be my favorite.
A really good taste of Batman with lots of delicious cameos. I squeed because three of my favorite Batman-related female characters are in this. I won't tell you which ones, but if you follow my DC Comics reading, you could probably guess. The artwork was beautiful and these were legitimate detectiv...