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It’s rather strange, I’d have to say. I saw the thing just yesterday. What is it? What could it be? Someone please answer this for me!
In a nearby forest, a young girl discovers a mysterious little creature. Together, they seek to understand who or what the other is.
Beautifully painted by Dustin Nguyen (Lil’ Gotham,Study Hall of Justice) and written by Nicole Hoang, What Is It? captures the curiosity, wonder, and discovery of childhood, where it’s still easy to be surprised by the unexpected.
Dustin Nguyen is a New York Times bestselling American comic artist whose body of work includes – Wildcats v3.o, The Authority Revolution, Batman, Superman/Batman, Detective Comics, his creator owned project-Manifest Eternity, Batgirl, and Batman: Streets of Gotham. He is also credited for co-writing and illustratingJustice League Beyond , illustrating Vertigo’s American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares with writer Scott Snyder, and co-creator of DC’s all ages series- BATMAN: Lil Gotham written by himself and Derek Fridolfs. Aside from providing cover illustrations for the majority of his own books, his cover art can also be found on titles fromBatman Beyond , Batgirl, Justice League: Generation Lost, Supernatural and Friday the 13th, to numerous other DC, Marvel, Darkhorse, Boom, IDW, and Image Comics.
Currently, he illustrates Descender, a monthly comic published through Image Comics in which he is also co-creator of, alongside artist/writer Jeff Lemire.
Outside of comics, Dustin also moonlights as a conceptual artist for toys and consumer products, games, and animation.
He enjoys sleeping, driving, and sketching things he cares about.