If you caught Blair Herter’s conversation with Geoff Johns in this morning’s new episode of “DC All Access” (or if you’ve been following the entertainment news over the past few months), you know that DC Entertainment currently has five television shows in development. While some of them are based on well-known DC characters, a few focus on characters that are a bit more obscure. However, they all have their roots in serialized comics.
This week's BATMAN #41 is easily the most dramatic shake-up Batman has seen since writer Scott Snyder came onboard the core Batman title back in 2011, which is why we sat down with him earlier in the year to ask him about it. Here’s what we learned…
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The new guy on the force, it’s safe to say that Detective James Gordon has no idea what he’s in for when he joins the Gotham City Police Department. But we now have a better sense of what’s in store for us when we tune in for his first episode.
Gotham just isn’t Gotham without Bruce Wayne. So said Fox Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly earlier today at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. Announced last year, Gotham is Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel that focuses on a younger Detective Jim Gordon as he comes into his own within the Gotham PD, facing corruption within the ranks as well as a burgeoning slate of outlandish super-villains.
After Jock emailed over that epic Batman splash page, it was only fair that COMMISSIONER GORDON artist Francesco Francavilla chime in. And wow. Is that a great piece of art – the cover to DETECTIVE COMICS #874.
For several months now, Commissioner Jim Gordon has known he's been working alongside a "different" Batman. But with Bruce Wayne now returned, what will that mean for the future of Gotham City and their own crime fighting chemistry? BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME: COMMISSIONER GORDON, from writer Adam Beechen and artist Szymon Kudranski, hits Wednesday. [gallery link="file"]