Is your child a budding Art Baltazar, David Finch, or Nicola Scott? In other words, does he or she have an amazing way with a pen or pixels? Or crayons? Or modeling clay? If so, we want to see your kid's artwork and share it with other Fan Family readers.
You may have seen our "Fan Page" features in print in books like Tiny Titans and Superman Family Adventures -- we've been sharing our youngest fans’ art for years. Now that we've launched DC Comics Fan Family, we're psyched to share their DC character artwork online too.
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This weekend, Gotham announced who will be playing Detective James Gordon on the show… and they’re keeping it in the Bat-family.
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This week, the eagerly awaited Justice League: War hit stores nationwide. The latest in Warner Bros.’ successful and highly regarded series of animated movies set within the DC Universe, Justice League: War is an adaptation of Justice League: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. It’s an appropriate choice for a movie meant to lay the groundwork for a bigger universe of films. After all, Justice League: Origin did much the same thing to all of DC Comics.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read DETECTIVE COMICS #28 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
“Gothtopia” continues with part 2 of 3, “The Maddening Crowd.” The tables have been turned on Batman as the Scarecrow controls Arkham Asylum and holds the Dark Knight in a padded room. Escape might be possible for Batman if he can gain access to the Scarecrow’s laboratory and crack the code on the Gothtopia Toxin.