In Batman Li’l Gotham, Batman and Damian (yes, he lives in this universe) protect Gotham against waves of kids on Halloween night. The pint sized villains of Gotham are more interested in the tricks than treats.
The comic book industry isn’t lacking “younger” books, but I think they’re lacking quality books for younger audiences. Unfortunately I don’t read enough of these books to give solid examples of “quality” books, but a fun little Batman book will be a welcomed addition.
Batman: Li’l Gotham‘s first issue felt weird, with stories dealing with Halloween/Thanksgiving, especially since we’re right in the middle of spring. But beyond the strange choice of holidays, Li’l Gotham was a fun book with a cutesy look. While I can’t say many adult Bat fans will take this book seriously, it’s honestly not meant for them, it’s a great option for any Bat fans who want to pass the torch down to younger readers.