While the colorful villains may be what many people associate with Gotham, the show’s heart is embodied by one man: Jim Gordon. A good cop trying—and failing—to keep his conscious clean in a city in which the good guys only win by being bad, it’s Jim Gordon that makes an often over-the-top show like Gotham relatable. It’s his story in which we find the message beneath the show’s madness.
Between numerous books, movies, graphic novels and animated shorts, DC Super Hero Girls has established a shared universe that is every bit as rich and interesting as the older skewing DC Universe, and it only seems to get better with each new release. The latest graphic novel, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: DATE WITH DISASTER, continues this upward trend in both world building and story, while also packing a few surprisingly timely messages.
Batman’s recently renewed romance with Catwoman began on a rooftop…but is it possible it might end on one as well?