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We couldn’t begin to guess what your plans are for this morning or afternoon. But if you’re anything like us, we know where you’re spending tonight—Gotham.
Welcome back to another installment of Preview Monday!
Next Monday, the eagerly awaited Gotham will make its debut. A television prequel series set in the city of Gotham right after the murder of Bruce Wayne’s parents, it tells the story of how many of Gotham’s most famous criminals came to power, ultimately requiring a hero like Batman.
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Gotham features a large cast of characters with rich, complex back stories that skirt both sides of the law. But there’s one key character who speaks no lines, yet can be seen in every shot and scene—the City of Gotham itself.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN: FUTURES END #1 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
The news of its development broke a few weeks ago, but today it was made official. Berlanti Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, will be producing a Supergirl television series for CBS, which has given the show a series commitment.
Long before Batman first donned the cape and cowl and joined the war on crime in Gotham City, another man fought to preserve law and order against the criminal element overrunning the city. His name is James Gordon, and this fall on FOX, he’ll be the focus of an all-new television series that brings viewers into a world before Batman and before the crazed criminals of Arkham Asylum: GOTHAM.
It isn’t exactly a news flash around here to say that we love Barbara Gordon. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t missed Stephanie Brown. If you’re like us—and we know that there are many, many of you out there who are—you’re not going to want to miss Batman Eternal this week. In fact, if you’ve fallen behind in our weekly Bat-series, you may want to spend this afternoon getting caught up. Why?