If you don’t like Ben Affleck as Batman, I challenge you to read this article. It may change your perspective and give you a new appreciation for Affleck’s take on the Dark Knight.
We’re only two months into the new year, and it’s already clear that 2021 is not going to be an ordinary one for Gotham. Two new faces have stepped into some iconic roles, and nothing turns Gotham on its head quite like a new vigilante.
Warning: This column contains spoilers for the new animated film Batman: Soul Of The Dragon.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A man goes to the doctor because he’s been hit with Joker gas and can’t stop laughing. The doctor says, “Don’t worry, it’s nothing serious!”
Let’s be real, Bat-fans. We’ve all felt like we’ve been living in a pretty disturbing dream lately, which means if you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to be Batman, you now do.
The first shots have been fired in “The Joker War” and I have to say, I don’t think I’d want to be anywhere near Gotham right now.
Batman never rests. We don’t know how he does it, but the Caped Crusader doesn’t take vacations, and that’s one of the things we love about him. Take now, for example.
Welcome to a special birthday edition of Gotham Gazette. No, it’s not my birthday (although I wouldn’t say no if you offered me cake).
Welcome back, Gothamites! Now that the dust from the City of Bane event has settled, Gotham is returning to normal, with a few exceptions.