DC Collectibles is gearing up for the exciting launch of the new DC Artists Alley line this summer, and to celebrate, the team released a new video of artist HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque’s stage demo from SDCC 2017.
Inspired by the popular artist alley convention experience, the new cutting-edge DC Artists Alley line from DC Collectibles merges indie design with DC’s most iconic characters. Following the first wave of designer vinyl figures by Chris Uminga, the second wave showcases illustrator HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque’s unique interpretations of Batman, The Joker and Harley Quinn. In a new clip released today by DC Collectibles, Nooligan discusses his exaggerated art style and nostalgia influences as he draws Gotham City’s most notorious Super-Villain, The Joker.
The Nooligan wave of designer vinyl figures hit stores in September 2018. Additional DC Artists Alley figures debuting this year are Uminga’s creepy/cute takes on Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, and Barcelonian-bred artist, Sho Murase’s stylish designs for Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. All waves are currently available for pre-order. Visit dccollectibles.com for purchase information.
The full Nooligan stage demo at SDCC 2017 can be viewed on DC’s YouTube channel here.
About HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque: HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque is an artist, comic creator and graphic designer based in Sacramento, Ca. An old soul in a young body, HaiNaNu finds inspiration in times past. From the cartoons of his youth to films he missed by decades, from golden age comics to classic newspaper strips, you will find a creator who has immersed himself in the what he loves. His style is contemporary with a flare of nostalgia.