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Season 2 of Gotham has been all about the villains, and the show has pulled some great ones out of the Batman vault to show a version of their origin stories. The latest big bad guy has emerged in all of his dastardly glory. Desperate husband Victor Fries has become Mr. Freeze, and he's super intense in the best way.
Gotham is lucky enough to have access to a vast gallery of infamous rogues of Batman lore, but it's no surprise that the show has already toyed with introducing the biggest bad of all Batman big bads: the Joker. And now we've got n even crazier new version.
Gotham has introduced some fantastic characters in its first two seasons, and one of the best is Lucius Fox. Sadly, Lucius hasn't had a whole lot to do so far, but Bruce Wayne actor David Mazouz has some good news about what will bring Lucius into the main fold in the not-too-distant future.
Gotham is finally back, and having watched the next several episodes, I’m happy to say that both the major antagonists Victor “Mr. Freeze” Fries and Hugo Strange expand the scope of the show and are excellent additions to this universe.
Several months ago, it was announced that Azrael would be introduced, but rather than introduce a new character to play the warrior, Gotham is bringing back someone viewers thought had departed permanently, to become him.
The next major villain to enter the Gotham City limits will be Mr. Freeze, and according to the creative forces behind Gotham: his inclusion is an important, calculated decision.
The latter half of Gotham Season 2, subtitled titled “Wrath of the Villains,” will see Dr. Hugo Strange taking over as the show’s sinister mastermind. Now we have our first look at what actor B.D. Wong will look like as the demented psychiatrist.
When we last left Gotham for its midseason finale, we got our first brief look at iconic Batman rogue Mr. Freeze. And now we finally have our first look at him doing what his name implies. Check it out!
The last time Fish Mooney appeared on Gotham, it looked like she had died. Well, in traditional comic book story fashion, things aren’t what they seemed, as Fish will be resurfacing this season.
We were teased with the arrival of Batman favorite villain Mr. Freeze to Gotham. Gotham’s showrunner recently spoke to the soft-serve side of freeze, and how that will affect the audience.
DC shows are doing pretty well on television right now. While we won’t be getting the Teen Titans reboot we’ve been hearing about for some time, Gotham is thriving on Fox, as are Arrow and The Flash on the CW.
When it comes to comic-based television, few characters that seem to die are ever guaranteed to stay 100% dead. While that can be frustrating at times, sometimes the characters are just so good that we can’t help but want them back. Star Ben McKenzie has good news for Gotham fans who have been in mourning.
Gotham villain Barbara’s conflict with ex-fiance James Gordon came to a glorious conclusion that left her fate in the air. After her starring episode, Barbara's role moving forward was unclear. However, James Gordan himself, Ben McKenzie, recently spilled the beans.
Bruce Wayne’s investigation of his parents’ murder has been a slow undertaking on Gotham, but when the show returns next month, he’ll will finally learn the identity of this mysterious killer.
Every once in a while, a TV show will land not just a good or a great piece of guest casting, but rather the absolute perfect actor or actress to take over a role. Enter Paul Reubens on Gotham.