Dangerous Dames and Demons - Bruce Timm is an American character designer, animator and producer best known for his contributions building the modern DC Comics animated franchise, usually referred to as the DC animated universe or simply DCAU. The shows that Timm created and worked on were all critically acclaimed successes, holding multiple places on IGN’s “Top 100 Animated Series,” and his Batman: the Animated Series in particular went on to become a multiple Emmy Award winner.
Along with his work in animation, Bruce Timm is also a well known comic writer and artist, featuring in DC, Marvel and Vertigo titles. Notably, Bruce Timm co-created Harley Quinn with Paul Dini, and the character’s extreme popularity on television quickly led to her introduction into the comics and mainstream DC Universe. Timm and Dini’s work on Batman Adventures: Mad Love won them the Eisner Award for Best Single Story. They won the same prize again the next year, this time with other featured artists in Batman Adventures Holiday Special, a collection of themed short stories. Timm’s comic art has made him a vastly popular cover and pin-up artist.
This image is taken from the cover of “The Batman Adventures: Dangerous Dames and Demons,” a compilation of comic books published in 2002 by DC Comics. The compilation, features the Eisner Award-winning comic book, “Mad Love,” written by Paul Dini and illustrated by Bruce Timm. Bruce Timm is widelt known as the director and producer of all three award-winning animated Batman series, as well as the “Superman” series and “The Justice League.” The art features eight of the more well-known villains that Batman has faced throughout his crime-fighting career. “Dangerous Dames and Demons” is hand numbered, and is signed by Bruce Timm.
The characters in this piece include: Batman, The Joker, Harley Quinn, Ra’s Al Ghul, The Demon Etrigan, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, Batgirl, Clayface and Roxy Rocket.