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Here’s the easiest way to tell the difference between Gotham’s old school villains and its new school villains. When Penguin gets murderous intentions, it usually involves only one or two people sleeping with the fishes. But when Theo Galavan’s new brood of Maniax wants to make their mark, they take out as many people as possible.
Gotham City is already a horrible place to live, but in Gotham Season 2, things are worse than ever, as more villains than ever before are running rampant and making Jim Gordon's life a living hell. Now we have another killer from the comics joining the mayhem.
The main villains in Gotham Season 2 are Theo Galavan and his sister Tabitha, who have a history with Gotham City. As it turns out, the siblings’ appearance on the Batman prequel is helping pave the way for a more dangerous threat.
Gotham Season 2 is upon us! While the series has been touting this sophomore effort as “Rise of the Villains,” this first episode also brought Ben McKenzie’s Jim Gordon over to the dark side for almost the entire episode.
When Cameron Monaghan appeared on Gotham in Season 1 as the mommy-killing psychopath Jerome, it seemed obvious that he was being groomed as a future Joker. But because mystery is always more intriguing than blatant facts, maybe he isn't.
While Season 1 of Gotham initially took on more of a procedural-style of storytelling, viewers can expect a more serialized, arc-driven Season 2. And it sounds like death will be used to jumpstart at least one of those arcs, as we can expect characters to die.
Gotham is gearing up for a second season, we are finally seeing from crazy footage from the new episodes. Now we have a sense of what Theo Galavan’s master plan is in Gotham Season 2 thanks to this new clip introducing the season’s main antagonist.
With the fall TV season just around the corner, our televisions will soon be awash with characters new and old that will be taking on villainous tasks, making our favorite characters’ lives a living hell. But for now, we’re celebrating 10 ruthless bastards that made the past year so wonderfully dastardly.
Moving into round two, executive producer Danny Cannon recently spoke out to say that Gotham is kicking the storytelling up a notch. Here’s what the show has planned for Season 2.
Ever since we first heard about Fox’s Gotham, there has been one major question floating around: When will the show introduce Batman? One of the stars just revealed when we can expect to see the Dark Knight on your TV screens, but don't get too excited, it won't be too terribly soon.
Batman may not be on the scene yet, but his future adversaries are already getting started wreaking havoc across Gotham City, as seen in this new, chaotic preview for Gotham Season 2.
Batman fans will recognize that Gotham Season 2’s main antagonist Theor Galavan doesn’t originate from the comics, but now it’s been revealed that he holds connections to a longtime foe of the Caped Crusader.
In its first season, Gotham had a lot of bullet points to check off, and while it worked in some ways, it failed in others. Even star Ben McKenzie understands that there were some missteps, and he doesn't mind sharing them.
I may have to check my calendar, but I’m pretty sure it’s a day that ends in “Y,” as evidenced by Gotham adding yet another cast member that can safely be described as a villain. And this one comes from the comics, but with a twist.
Gotham has added so many characters at this point that the show may as well be called Villains on Villains on Villains, and it doesn’t appear that the creative team is done building this underworld yet. Enter one Wire vet.