Geoff Johns and Gary Frank take us back to Earth-One to witness Batman’s continuing journey.
The fourth episode in this series of five is now available to download and play on your gaming system. And what a wild ride it is!
Gotham returned to Fox tonight, catching up on the status quo and introducing some new characters for season 3.
DC has had a string of bad luck when it comes to BIG events in their comics. Can Robin War break that bad taste Convergence left in our mouths? I think it will.
DC Comics reboots Batgirl… again. I still don’t know if it was necessary, but despite my personal issues, the book was still a good read.
In a world where studios are making shared universes with their products Gotham came across to most as too much too fast.
Who shot Commissioner Gordon three times in the back? That is the mystery that has the Bat-family investigating Gotham from top to bottom.
This was one of the last stories that Ed Brubaker wrote for DC before he moved over to Marvel, and man, it was a great one!
The birth of another villain is born and the Cobblepot seems more cat than bird, escaping death once again on this week’s Gotham.
There is a new status quo in Gotham and a new face that comic fans will recognize.
Gotham’s mid-season finale took Bruce through Gotham with Selina and Gordon got a new assignment.
This week’s Gotham introduced the most famous attorney in Gotham City and saw the first meeting of the Cat and Bat.
Another Bat-villain arrives with a new origin on Gotham.
With each passing week Gotham improves, bringing in less camp and more drama.
This week Gotham dives into another villain origin and starts to become the show fans wanted from the beginning.