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Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 21 by TimLevins
Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 21
My first big break in comics came right around the turn of the century/millennium, working on the DC Comics series Batman: Gotham Adventures, which was based on the animated TV show The New Batman Adventures. It was a dream come true for me, it jumpstarted my comics career, and I got to work with some amazing people, including the wonderfully talented Scott Peterson, who took over writing B:GA at the same time I began drawing it.

Poor Clayface :(

Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 was written by Scott Peterson, pencilled by me, inked by Terry Beatty, lettered by Tim Harkins, coloured by Lee Loughridge, and published by DC Comics. If you'd like to read more, you can find the rest of the comic on Comixology.

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Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 20 by TimLevins
Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 20
My first big break in comics came right around the turn of the century/millennium, working on the DC Comics series Batman: Gotham Adventures, which was based on the animated TV show The New Batman Adventures. It was a dream come true for me, it jumpstarted my comics career, and I got to work with some amazing people, including the wonderfully talented Scott Peterson, who took over writing B:GA at the same time I began drawing it.

Here's Batman avoiding Clayface. Fun action sequence :) (Smile)

Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 was written by Scott Peterson, pencilled by me, inked by Terry Beatty, lettered by Tim Harkins, coloured by Lee Loughridge, and published by DC Comics. If you'd like to read more, you can find the rest of the comic on Comixology.

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Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 19 by TimLevins
Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 19
My first big break in comics came right around the turn of the century/millennium, working on the DC Comics series Batman: Gotham Adventures, which was based on the animated TV show The New Batman Adventures. It was a dream come true for me, it jumpstarted my comics career, and I got to work with some amazing people, including the wonderfully talented Scott Peterson, who took over writing B:GA at the same time I began drawing it.

I think Clayface's disguise beats Batman's :)

Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 was written by Scott Peterson, pencilled by me, inked by Terry Beatty, lettered by Tim Harkins, coloured by Lee Loughridge, and published by DC Comics. If you'd like to read more, you can find the rest of the comic on Comixology.

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Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 18 by TimLevins
Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 18
My first big break in comics came right around the turn of the century/millennium, working on the DC Comics series Batman: Gotham Adventures, which was based on the animated TV show The New Batman Adventures. It was a dream come true for me, it jumpstarted my comics career, and I got to work with some amazing people, including the wonderfully talented Scott Peterson, who took over writing B:GA at the same time I began drawing it.

Here's a weird page of two random guys sword fighting, one of whom is quoting Shakespeare. On second thought, maybe they're not so random ... ;)

Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 was written by Scott Peterson, pencilled by me, inked by Terry Beatty, lettered by Tim Harkins, coloured by Lee Loughridge, and published by DC Comics. If you'd like to read more, you can find the rest of the comic on Comixology.

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Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 12 by TimLevins
Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 - 12
My first big break in comics came right around the turn of the century/millennium, working on the DC Comics series Batman: Gotham Adventures, which was based on the animated TV show The New Batman Adventures. It was a dream come true for me, it jumpstarted my comics career, and I got to work with some amazing people, including the wonderfully talented Scott Peterson, who took over writing B:GA at the same time I began drawing it.

A multi-action shot and some teamwork between Batgirl and Nightwing. If you look closely at the previous page, you'll see the fire extinguishers just offstage. As much as I love it when Bugs Bunny reaches off screen to conveniently grab whatever object he needs in a given situation, I always tried to "set the stage" with any props that would be needed in a scene like this. For example, when Babs and Dick are sailing the ocean in subsequent pages, no one has to wonder where they got the boat :)

Batman: Gotham Adventures #39 was written by Scott Peterson, pencilled by me, inked by Terry Beatty, lettered by Tim Harkins, coloured by Lee Loughridge, and published by DC Comics. If you'd like to read more, you can find the rest of the comic on Comixology.

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TheTooginator Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the faves!
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TheTooginator Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave! I can't wait to try the Harley Quinn tutorial from your book (and other tutorials of course).
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Schelhause89 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015
I have a big air raid siren in my back yard I can not lift it I think it weghs 200 or 400 pounds I I run it with drill I have to were ear protcton its very loud can krypto the superdog lift a air raid siren there is on out there runs off a 180 hp v 8 hemi engne it weighs 3 tons it sounds of 138 db at a 100 feet  it also sounds of 30000 watts of sound power can that siren hurt krypto 's ears
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Schelhause89 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015
did you ever herd what happen in witchita falls texas  in 1979
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XSol-StudiosX Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG! Your stuff is AMAZING! Wow! 
I hope one day I can draw like you! Writing emoticon Epic La 

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TimLevins Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015
Wow! You just made my day. Thanks, and have fun drawing :)
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XSol-StudiosX Featured By Owner Edited Oct 31, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HAhaha No problem bro! ;)
excuse me Tim ¿on how many Batman comics you participated?
I think I read that you took care of the drawings of Batman: Gotham Adventures # 15 


Hey you have seen the designs
from ENDGAME the NEW 52?
what you think about drawings of greg capullo? :)
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TimLevins Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2015
I'm not sure how many issues I did of Batman: Gotham Adventures ... 35 or so. 

I like Capullo's work, but I'm not a big fan of the New 52 designs. Too busy :) 
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RandyStoneDA Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2015
I'm really enjoying your stuff! Your animated style is cool, but I really like how it informs your more "typical" comic style, striking just the right balance.
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TimLevins Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015
Thanks so much for the kind words! :)
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