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Comics have been taking television by storm in recent years, and the 2015 - 2016 season featured a whole bunch of superhero series that got totally crazy. In honor of all the comic finales, here is a breakdown of the 15 most insane moments from superhero shows over this past season.
Gotham's Season 2 finale ended in a way that makes it look like Season 3 will be teeming with monstrous villains. Could Batman's brutish rogue Bane become one of those villains? Here's why we think so.
Here are 10 villains from the current comic book TV landscape, ranked by just how insane, ill-conceived and ill-advised their master plans and motives were/are.
Gotham used the second half of Season 2 to introduce and flesh out Hugo Strange and his bizarre schemes, and tonight's finale seemingly hinted at a familiar face and laugh being around in Season 3.
At a point in the TV season where loads of shows are delivering cliffhangers centering on characters possibly dying, Gotham went for something unpredictable and absurd in its Season 2 finale.
Gotham has used most of Batman’s major enemies, but there are still a few left over that will be brought in for Season 3. Here are the five bad guys on the way.
Who needs the straight and narrow road when there’s a path of twisted morals and murky motivation? To pay tribute to the villains who bring the very best entertainment, check out our list of 8 current TV shows that make us root for the bad guy.
The latter half of Gotham Season 2 has featured Hugo Strange as the primary antagonist, but tonight,s episode, “A Legion of Horribles,” introduced a group of villains more dangerous than him: the Court of Owls.
Fox has announced their Fall 2016 lineup, which includes more than a few familiar titles, along with a collection of new series. Joining returners Gotham, Lucifer, Bones, Scream Queens and others, we have 24: Legacy, The Exorcist, Lethal Weapon and Son of Zorn to anticipate.
For next week’s penultimate episode of Gotham, the kooky crime drama is bringing back Season 1 big bad Fish Mooney for Hugo Strange's ongoing plan. But there's something different about it.
Having simultaneously jumped head- and feet-first into its post-realism comic storytelling in Season 2, Gotham is now at a level where just about anything can happen. Enter Clayface.
One of Gotham Season 1’s more polarizing characters was Jada Pinkett Smith’s crime boss Fish Mooney, and we now know when she'll finally make her return to the increasingly weird drama.
Villains are everywhere on Gotham in Season 2, and as tonight’s episode “Azrael” showed us, there is at least one more coming, and comic fans are going to love it.
A new video has hit the web showcasing the arrival of legendary vigilante Azrael on an all new episode of Gotham on FOX.
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.