This November, artist Dustin Nguyen will be taking over the art duties of DC’s Batgirl series, where he will join writer Bryan Q. Miller as the two spin tales of Stephanie Brown. “This is definitely going to be an exciting venture for me, besides the outline Bryan has for us, i’m just plain excited to be drawing Batgirl,” Nguyen said. “This latest incarnation of her has lots of the aesthetics of the original Babs that i love and some new ones. It’ll take me some getting used to drawing a female in horns, but i’m looking forward to putting away
It is the quiet before the storm, and to keep you calm before all heck breaks lose, here is a sampling of stuff Dustin Nguyen likes to draw for his SDCC’10 sketch book.
Gotham City has a thousand stories. Most of the time, we’re privy to those being told from the very top; those featuring some malevolent force brought down by the dynamic duo. Occasionally, we’re given a glimpse into how the other half live. Batman: Streets of Gotham #12 is one of those as we get a look at the ne’er-do-well’s handy-man, Jenna Duffy, a.k.a. The Carpenter.
As per our unofficial policy, we must feature Dustin Nguyen in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day at least once per month or our website will collapse… Anyway… enjoy today’s installment featuring Batman and Catwoman sharing a moment.
Ever since Dustin Nguyen’s “little” DC Heroes debuted, I’ve seen nothing but positive comments about his modified art style being applied to these creations.Â Today, we have another of Dustin’s pieces featuring Batman and Superman.