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Tonight's episode of Gotham spent a lot of time showing audiences what Dr. Hugo Strange has been up to at Indian Hill, and one particular moment seems to hint that Joker-ish things are coming.
It was announced last year that Gotham would be tapping into the Batman mythos in an exciting way through the introduction of the badass Azrael. Well now the show has unveiled the first images of this iteration of the character. And wow.
Season 2 of Gotham has been a total bloodbath for good guys and bad guys alike. Now that Dr. Hugo Strange is on the scene with his mad science, however, Gotham may be able to bring some of the dearly and not-so-dearly departed back.
Gotham has no shortage of source material to mine for Easter eggs thanks to decades of Batman lore. The most recent episode featured a callback to past adventures of the Caped Crusader in a most unexpected way that wasn't easy to notice but will be impossible to forget.
After spending most of Season 1 as the GCPDís cornball brainiac who couldnít deadpan his way out of wet paper handcuffs, Edward Nygma started to really come into his own in Season 2. And that all took a big leap tonight.
Gotham has a history of choosing wonderfully quirky actors to bring crazy characters to the small screen, and never has the show been so on-the-nose in casting than when Paul Reubens was hired as Penguin's dad. As it happens, however, not everybody at Gotham was prepared for Reubens' jokes...
One of the best villain origin stories on Gotham has been of Edward Nygma becoming the Riddler. According to the actor bringing the Riddler to life, he's going to be about much more than just violence.
Clayface is the latest villain to take the stage in Gotham Season 2, and for his live-action TV debut, heíll be played by this actor.
While an older Batman is gearing up to battle Superman on the big screen, TVís Bruce Wayne is just starting to understand the kind of mindset that he will need to one day become the Dark Knight. Thankfully, he'll have another year to learn.
After getting a sneak peek at Paul Reubensí Gotham look two months ago, a new picture him as Penguinís father with his son and other family has been released.
Tonightís episode of Gotham revealed a lot of things. We finally know who killed Bruceís parents two years ago, but, itís how Bruce got to the man who would, unintentionally, lead him down the road to becoming Batman that was really interesting.
As both the Marvel TV series on ABC and the DC series on The CW have shown us, comic book shows are built for spinoffs, and itís not at all beyond the realm of possibilities for Gotham to get its own companion show. And here's who it might be about.
Everything will be coming together by the end of Season 2 of Gotham and you are going to want to tune in to find out. Here's why.
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.