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Years before the first appearance of the Batman, GCPD lieutenant Jim Gordon takes up an impossible task: cleaning up the most morally bankrupt city on earth. As Gordon fights against corruption, criminals and lunatics, Bruce Wayne prepares for his journey to become the most feared vigilante this city has ever seen.
The good. The evil. The beginning. Everyone knows the name Commissioner Gordon. He is one of the crime world's greatest foes, a man whose reputation is synonymous with law and order. But what is known of Gordon's story and his rise from rookie detective to Police Commissioner? What did it take to navigate the multiple layers of corruption that secretly ruled Gotham City, the spawning ground of the world's most iconic villains? And what circumstances created them - the larger-than-life personas who would become Catwoman, The Penguin, The Riddler, Two-Face and The Joker? Gotham is an origin story of the great DC Comics Super-Villains and vigilantes, revealing an entirely new chapter that has never been told. It follows one cop's rise through a dangerously corrupt city teetering between good and evil, and chronicles the birth of one of the most popular super heroes of our time.
Over-acting, bad-acting, cheesy lines, cheesier scenes. I actually just started laughing about 15 minutes into it. It's so bad, it's funny! It's like, if a 12 year old tried to make a movie like Sin City…that's the vibe Gotham has. The scenery is so fake and over done. The penguin kid might the worst actor I've ever seen. Oh he's soooo evil and quirky and craaaazzzyyyy. Makes me want to vomit. And the lady that looks like Jada Pinkett-Smith is right behind him. Do yourself a favor and avoid at all costs. Total waste of all that hype. Probably should be less than 5/10. I think I'll just watch The Sopranos and The Wire again this fall.
This Emmy nominated series is a breath of fresh air for the DC Universe. The acting is first rate and the writing is terrific. The quality of the show increases each season. Gotham is its own show and is not part of a shared universe like the Arrowverse. <br/><br/>Gotham fully honors the Batman Mythos and incorporated numerous comic book accurate characters (such as; Solomon Grundy, The Penguin, The Riddler, Catwoman, Tigress, etc.) in the show.It provides an insight on how Bruce Wayne became the man we all know today. <br/><br/>In season 1 we saw him trying to mourn his parents deaths. In addition, he learned more about Wayne Enterprises and his father's past. As a season 1 cliffhanger we got a brief glimpse of the Bat cave. <br/><br/>In season 2 Bruce Wayne tried to find the person who killed his parents. We eventually found out in season 3 that Hugo Strange specifically the Court of Owls ordered a lowlife to kill Thomas and Martha Wayne. As a season 2 cliffhanger we got a brief glimpse of Bruce Wayne's doppelgänger. He was created by Hugo Strange in Indian Hill. <br/><br/>In season 3 Bruce Wayne found his doppelgänger and this stirred up some problems. Later in the season it was revealed that his doppelgänger worked for the Court of Owls (A clandestine organization who had Thomas and Martha Wayne killed). In this season Bruce uncovered secrets about the Court of Owls. He found out that the Court controls the entirety of Gotham and Wayne Enterprises. At the end of the season it was revealed that Ras al Ghul is the actual leader of the Court of Owls. As a season 3 cliffhanger we got a brief glimpse of Bruce Wayne as a vigilante. <br/><br/>In season 4 Bruce Wayne faced Ras al Ghul and killed him. That act lead him down a dark path. He quit being a vigilante and started to be a douche bag to everyone including Alfred. Playboy Bruce Wayne was born in season 4. <br/><br/>Bruce Wayne plays a pivotal role in the show, but does not receive as much screen time as Jim Gordon. The show focuses more on Jim Gordon's story and how he became the person from the comics. <br/><br/>To conclude, Gotham is a violent, dark and gritty show with an amazing cast. I recommend it to everyone who is interested in Jim Gordon's past and who fell in love with the Batman comics as a kid/young adult/adult. Hopefully the fifth and final :( season does not disappoint.
No, this is a fresh interpretation of the Batman franchise, just like the Tim Burton movies and the Nolan ones are not connected, nor the comics and the animated series or the Adam West series. Heroes:<br/><br/>Future Batman ,Bruce Wayne; his parents Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne - In this version of the Batman mythos Bruce's parents might have been killed for looking into illegal activities at Wayne Enterprises and not a random mugging like in some of the comics.<br/><br/>Loyal Butler Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth - In the original comics he was originally conceived as a comedic foil for Batman and Robin. In most early tales, he made bungling attempts to be a detective on a par with the young masters. He was given a four-page feature of his own, and the feature lasted thirteen issues, skipping Batman #35, with the last story in Batman #36. The stories followed a simple formula, with Alfred solving a crime and catching the culprits entirely by accident. In later years, the comedic aspects of the character were downplayed. Alfred was established as a retired actor and intelligence agent who followed the deathbed wish of his dying father Jarvis Pennyworth to carry on the tradition of serving the Wayne family. To that end, Alfred introduced himself to Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson at Wayne Manor and insisted on becoming their butler. Although the pair did not want one, especially since they did not want to jeopardize their secret identities with a servant in the house, they did not have the heart to reject Alfred. That night, Alfred awoke to moaning and followed the sound to the secret door to the staircase to the Batcave and met his would be employers in their superhero identities (Wayne had been injured while out in the field). As it turned out, the wounds were actually insignificant, but Alfred's care convinced the residents that their butler could be trusted. Since then, Alfred included the support staff duties of the Dynamic Duo on top of his regular tasks. Alfred's appearance has also changed from his first appearance in the comics where he was overweight and clean-shaven; this changed however, when the 1943 Batman serial was released, where William Austin, the actor who played Alfred, was trim and sported a thin moustache. DC editors wanted the comic Alfred to resemble his cinematic counterpart, so in Detective Comics #83 (January 1944), Alfred vacationed at a health resort, where he slimmed down and grew a mustache. This look has remained with the character ever since, even surviving his "death" and resurrection. Modern Adaptations of the character show that he was always the Wayne Family Butler and has been with Bruce the entirety of Bruce's life. In addition Alfred also looked after all the Robins in the Bat-family (including Richard "Dick" John Grayson, Jason Peter Todd and Timothy "Tim" Jackson Drake).<br/><br/>Dr. Leslie Maurin Thompkins - In "Gotham" she and Gordon are in a relationship and she worked at Arkham Asylum and for the GCPD as mortician. In the comics she was a close friend and medical colleague of Dr. Thomas Wayne and Leslie served as a surrogate mother figure to his son Bruce after the wayne's were murdered, and later becomes a confidant in his crusade as Batman. In addition to being one of Batman's allies, Leslie is also a renowned medical professional who has dedicated her considerable skills toward helping Gotham City's less fortunate. Also, she has been romantically linked to Butler Alfred Pennyworth on more than one occasion. In the comics, unlike "Gotham", she and Jim Gordon are hardly seen together.<br/><br/>Lucius Fox - In the comics Lucius was introduced to Bruce Wayne later on in the timeline. Bruce made him CEO and President of Wayne Enterprises and the Wayne Foundation, he is also one of Bruce Wayne's closest allies. He's a shrewd and experienced businessman, entrepreneur, and inventor who takes pride in developing weapons, gadgets, vehicles, and armor for Bruce Wayne's alter-ego Batman. He was first called in to the failing Wayne Enterprises and brings a balance to both Bruce Wayne's private and business finances.<br/><br/>GCPD Support:<br/><br/>Future Police Commissioner James "Jim" Worthington Gordon, Sr. - In the original comics he was always Commissioner and shared Batman's deep commitment to ridding the city of crime. In Golden and Silver Age Comics and on the 1960s Batman television show, he fully trusts, and is even somewhat dependent on Batman. In most modern stories, he is somewhat skeptical of Batman's vigilante methods, but nevertheless believes that Gotham needs him. The two have a mutual respect and tacit friendship. In the comic book story"Batman Year One" Gordon came from Chicago and started of as a Lieutenant, who was partnered with corrupt Detective Arnold John Flass (who would later appear in the series). Just like in this series Gordon was portrayed as the only cop not on the mob take.<br/><br/>Detective Harvey Bullock - In the Comics Bullock did not appear until later in the timeline and in one version of the comics was a corrupt police detective under instructions from then Gotham City's Mayor Hamilton Hill to sabotage Commissioner Gordon's career as he was stepping on the wrong peoples toes. He eventually turned over a new leaf and became one of Gordon's biggest supporters.<br/><br/>Captain Sarah Essen - In the comics she was not corrupt (unlike "Gotham" where due to threats to her family she has to look the other way to the mob) and was having an affair with Lieutenant James Gordon who was married to Barbara Eileen Gordon at the time. After Gordon confessed to the affair she moved to New York and later came back to Gotham after Gordon was made Commissioner. The two start a relationship again, Gordon having long since divorced, and the pair soon marries, only for her to be later killed by the criminal The Joker.<br/><br/>Detective Renee Montoya (who will become The Question) - Originally conceived for the 1992 "Batman: The Animated Series". Montoya was later adapted to the comics where she was partnered with Detective Harvey Bullock and then, after Bullocks promotion to Lieutenant, Detective Cripus Allen. She was good friends with them both and was a long standing detective on the GCPD. Montoya was selected by The Question (Vic Sage) to pass on his guidance. Later Renee resigns from the police force, disgusted by its corruption and after the death of Vic Sage death, Montoya took up the "Question" identity to become his successor.<br/><br/>Detective Crispus Allen (who will become The Spectre) - In the comics Allen was killed by a corrupt CSI called Jim Corrigan who subsequently got off for the crime (this injustice is what forced his partner Reene Montoya to quit the force). While Allen's body is in the morgue, the Presence forces the Spectre to accept Allen as his new host.<br/><br/>Future Villains:<br/><br/>Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot (who becomes The Penguin) - In the comics he was portrayed as short and portly, and he is known for his love of birds and his specialized high-tech umbrellas. A mobster and thief, who called himself a "gentleman of crime;" his nightclub business "The Iceberg Lunge" provides a cover for criminal activity, which Batman sometimes uses as a source of criminal underworld information. According to The Penguins co-creator Bob Kane the inspiration for character came from then advertising mascot of Kool cigarettes a penguin with a top hat and cane. The Penguins other co-creator Bill Finger drew him as a high-society gentlemen in tuxedos because he was reminded of the look of emperor penguins.<br/><br/>Selina Kyle (who becomes Catwoman, in a nod to this she is nicknamed "Kat") - In the original comics she was a whip-carrying burglar with a taste for high-stake thefts. In the Batman Year One comics she worked as a dominatrix in order to survive but wants to break away from her abusive pimp (and former boyfriend). She witnesses his crimes and, because of an event that occurs to her sister (Holly Robinson), fears for her sister's life and begins to study self-defense and martial arts. Her teacher inspires Selina to become more than what she has been and she realizes that prostitution is no life for her, or for Holly. In "Batman The Animated Series" she is a wildlife preservest who works as a cat-burglar to fund her cause.<br/><br/>Edward Nygma (who becomes The Riddler) - In "Gotham" Edward Nygma works for the GCPD as a forensics technician who presents his evidence results as riddles. He is then mocked and abused by his colleges until he snaps and becomes a criminal. In the comics Nygmas real last name was Nashton and he never worked for the GCPD at all. His criminal career began sooner when in school a teacher announces that a contest will be held over who can solve a puzzle the fastest. Edward sets his sights on winning this, craving the glory and satisfaction that will come with the victory. He sneaks into the school one night, takes the puzzle out of the teacher's desk, and practices it until he is able to solve it in under a minute. As predicted, he wins the contest and is given a book about riddles as a prize. His cheating rewarded, Edward embraced the mastery of puzzles of all kinds, changing his last name to Nygma (as in E. Nygma) and becoming a carnival employee who excelled at cheating his customers out of their money with his bizarre puzzles and mind games. He soon finds himself longing for greater challenges and thrills, and doned the guise of the "The Riddler" to challenge the crime-fighter Batman, believing him to be a worthy adversary. Although not associated with the GCPD in the comics in the video game Batman Arkham Origins he is Edward Nashton, who is described as a police consultant and apparent head of the GCPD's Cybercrime unit. Here, he has yet to take up the mantle of the Riddler and is known only as "Enigma". Whilst in "Batman The Animated" series episode ""If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich?" shows a completely different origin story as he is the creator of the video game "The Riddle of the Minotaur" and makes millions for the company Competitron. He is then fired by the owner of competitorn, Daniel Mockridge, who wants the profits for himself. Nygma then becomes The Riddler and tries to exact revenge on Mockridge only to be thwarted by Batman and Robin.<br/><br/>Harvey Dent (who will become the villain Two-Face) - In "Gotham" he is an Assistant District Attorney for Gotham City. He forms an alliance with Detective James Gordon, and helps investigate the murders of Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne and the secrets of the corrupt Commissioner Gillian B. Loeb. In the comics he starts of in his first appearances as the youngest District Attorney to ever serve Gotham City at age of 26. Also in the comics he had childhood, as he grew up under the parentage of an abusive and mentally-ill father, and started to develop repressed mental illnesses of his own, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. His hard work ethic, however, earned him the nickname "Apollo" and allowed him rise through the ranks of Gotham City District Attorney's office where he became the D.A for Gotham City, 6 months before Bruce Wayne became Batman. He obsessively makes all important decisions by flipping a two-headed coin, one side defaced. Harvey received the coin from his father, who would then employ the coin in a perverse nightly "game" that always ended with a beating. This would instill in Dent his lifelong struggle with free will and his eventual inability to make choices on his own, relying on the coin to make all of his decisions. Examples of the coin deciding Harvey's decisions are In "Gotham" where he flips the coin to decide whether to prosecute a juvenile, whilst in the film "The Dark Knight" uses the coin to decide if he should ask out Rachael Dawes. In the modern continuity it is established that he had once been a personal friend and ally of James Gordon (who was then a Captain) and Batman. In the comics book story "The Long Halloween" Dent forged an alliance with the pair to rid Gotham of crime boss Salvatore 'Sal' Vincent "The Boss" Maroni, and Carmine "The Roman" Falcone, with the former murdered by the latter's son. Gordon also speculated that Dent might have been Batman, but dismissed this theory on grounds that Dent lacked Batman's financial resources. Falcone hires the corrupt Assistant District Attorney Vernon Fields to provide Sal Maroni with Sulfuric acid to disfigure Dent. This causes Dent to have phycotic break and with half his face disfigured he took up the identity of Two-Face. Eventually Two-Face took revenge on Fields and Falcone, and was eventually incarcerated in Arkham Asylum, but like most of the villain's sent there he made lots of come backs. In "Batman The Animated Series" Dent has a diffrent origin story. In his self-titled two-part episode "Two-Face", it is revealed that Harvey suffers from dissociative identity disorder as a result of years of repressing his anger. His alter ego, "Big Bad Harv", is as evil as his original personality is noble, and emerges whenever he loses his temper. As he runs for re-election, he is engaged to Grace Lamont (voiced by Murphy Cross). When mob boss Rupert Thorne steals his psychiatric file and tries to blackmail him, Dent assumes his evil personality and chases Thorne through a chemical plant. Stray gunfire results in an electrical fire and an explosion that scars the left half of Dent's body. After the accident, his alternate personality takes over as the gangster Two-Face and wages a vendetta against Thorne. Thorne tricks Grace into contacting Two-Face, and holds both at gunpoint. Two-Face overpowers Thorne and flips his coin to decide the mobster's fate, but Batman tosses a box of coins into the air, preventing Two-Face from finding his own double-headed coin, rendering him helpless. He is arrested and sent to Arkham Asylum, only to break out again in later episodes. Prior to his disfigurement in BTAS, Harvey Dent appears to be perfectly willing to prosecute during Man-Bat's rampage (in the first episode "On Leather Wings"), and is shown as friends with Bruce Wayne. In the film "The Dark Knight", Dent is a tragic hero, lacking the gimmickry and multiple personalities commonly associated with the character. At the beginning of the film, he is Gotham City's new District Attorney who forms a tenuous alliance with Batman and Lieutenant James Gordon in order to take down Gotham's organized crime. Corrupt police officers working with the Joker kidnap Dent and his girlfriend Rachel Dawes and hold them prisoner in two abandoned buildings set to explode. Batman saves Dent just as the building explodes, but the ensuing blast disfigures half of Dent's face; meanwhile, Rachel is killed in the other explosion. The Joker then visits Dent in the hospital, convincing him to exact revenge against those he believes are responsible for Rachel's death. He embraces the nickname the Gotham police had given him during his Internal Affairs time - "Two-Face" - and decides his victims' fates with his two-headed Peace dollar that was scarred on one side by the explosion. Based on the flip of a coin, Dent shoots and kills one of the corrupt cops who betrayed him and Rachel to the mob, and later kills mob boss Salvatore Maroni. He takes Gordon's family to the site of Rachel's death, intent on punishing him for failing to save Rachel. Batman arrives and challenges him to judge the three who pressured the Mafia to turn to the Joker for assistance: himself, Batman and Gordon. Dent does so, shooting Batman, sparing himself, and preparing to kill Gordon's son to inflict upon him the pain of losing a loved one. Before he can do so, however, Batman tackles Dent off a ledge to his death. Batman takes the blame for Dent's crimes to make sure that their fallen ally is remembered as a hero.<br/><br/>Victor Zsasz - In the comics Zsasz was a rich man who was head of his own company. He became even richer when he's parents died in an accident but he turned to gambling and lost his money to Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot (aka The Penguin), who was clearly cheating. He then tried to kill himself by jumping from a Gotham Bridge but is stopped by a mugger who tries to assault him, Victor grabs the knife and stabs the man. Feeling a high from doing it and a new purpose in his life he becomes a serial killer who puts tally marks in his arm for every person he kills. In "Gotham" heis a hitman working for Carmine Falcone and is always accompanied by two unnamed females. Just like his comic book counterpart he carves a tally mark into his skin for every person he killed. In Season 2, Zsasz loyalties change to the Penguin ever since Carmine Falcone retired, which is ironic as he's actions in the comics created Zsasz.<br/><br/>Thomas "Tommy" Elliot, who will later become the villain Hush. - Is seen as a young kid who bullies Bruce in the episode "The Mask" only for Alfred to train Bruce how to fight and beat up the bully. In the comics the two boys were actually best friends and played a strategy game that helped Bruce when he became Batman. Tommy's father was an abusive man and his mother only stayed with him because she came from poverty and did not want to leave that life. He then tried to kill his parents in a car accent by cutting the brake lines but his mother survived thanks to surgery done by Bruce's father Thomas Wayne, which caused friction between Bruce and himself. Soon she tried cutting him out of his inheritance, only for Tommy to murder her in a staged accident. Inhering the family fortune he trained to become a surgeon, but still harbored a grudge against the Wayne family who had since died. He became the villain Hush started to carve up peoples faces using his surgeon skills and turned his own face into that of Bruce Waynes.<br/><br/>Jonathan Crane (who will become The Scarecrow) - The teenaged son of Gerald Crane a scientist who experiments on people with fears. In the comics Jonathan Crane was a professor of psychology and psychiatry, he used a variety of fear-enhancing drugs, toxins, and psychological warfare tactics to exploit the fears and phobias of his adversaries. The Scarecrow was one of Batman's most enduring enemies, and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery.<br/><br/>Gerald Crane (Scarecrow's father) - In the comics Gerald first appeared in Year One: Batman/Scarecrow #2 but wasn't a villain and was absent from Jonathan's life. Jonathan as Scarecrow, later attempted to murder his father, however, he was stopped by Batman. In Batman Vol 2 #1 which was part of the New 52 reboot continuity Jonathan's father Dr. Crane was portrayed as a villain who experimented on his son and locked him in a small dark room. Mr. Crane suffered a heart attack and died, which left his son trapped inside the dark test chamber and wasn't discovered until days later by the cops when Dr. Crane's disappearance was reported.<br/><br/>Electrocutioner - Called Jack Buchinsky in Gotham. In the comics, there have been many incarnations of the villain Electrocutioner. The first one's name is unrevealed, while the third one is the original's brother named Lester Buchinsky. Having only the same last name indicates that Jack is probably based on the former.<br/><br/>Red Hood - A gang member in the Red Hood Gang in the series. In the comics one of the most popular origins for the Joker was that he was the Red Hood and in the Red Hood Gang and was accidentally knocked into a vial of chemicals by Batman, turning him into the Joker. (Note: The Red Hood Gang's first robbery in there debut on Gotham is similar to both the films The Dark Knight (The masked men coming using a vehicle) and Batman 1989 (Jack Napier throwing money at the people and them going mad for it) both involving The Joker.<br/><br/>Eduardo Flamingo - A psychopathic cannibal and hitman in Gotham whilst In the Comics, Eduardo Flamingo is a supervillain known as "The Flamingo".<br/><br/>Dr. Victor Fries (Mr. Freeze)<br/><br/>Firefly<br/><br/>Dr. Hugo Strange<br/><br/>Basil Karlo, the man who used Gordon's face to infiltrate the GCPD (Clayface)<br/><br/>Jervis Tetch (The Mad Hatter)<br/><br/>Bruce Wayne's Doppelganger (Batzarro)<br/><br/>Deever Tweed (Tweedle Dee) and Dumfree Tweed (Tweedle Dum), the wrestlers hired by Jervis Tetch<br/><br/>Organized crime bosses and Corrupt cops and government officials:<br/><br/>Mobster Carmine "The Roman" Falcone<br/><br/>Salvatore 'Sal' Vincent "The Boss" Maroni<br/><br/>GCPD Commissioner Gillian B. Loeb<br/><br/>GCPD Detective Arnold John Flass<br/><br/>Theodore Galavan aka Azrael<br/><br/>Other characters:<br/><br/>Silver St. Cloud - In the comics she meets Bruce later in the Batman timeline and is one of the few characters to have discovered Batman's secret identity, when she later reveals this to Batman. She then tells him that she could not be with him because she could not stand worrying about him each night. She then ends the relationship, asking him not to see her again. She later reapers several times in the comic books but never stays.<br/><br/>The Graysons (Mary Lloyd and John Grayson) - In "Gotham" they are flying trapeze artists and lovers/rivals at Haly's Circus who get engaged after a dispute between the Flying Graysons and the Lloyds are settled. In the comics they are only seen in the origin story and flashbacks of the character of Dick Grayson/the future Robin. They are his parents who are killed by a budding mobster called Anthony "Tony" Zucco, who tried to extort Haly's Circus. When the owner and ringmaster Mr Haly refused to pay up he cut the ropes on the trapeze causing the pair to fall to their deaths. This event caused there son Dick Grayson to grow up to become Batman's sidekick Robin after Bruce Wayne adopted him.<br/><br/>Some modifications and nods have been made to characters in the comics.<br/><br/>Barbara Eileen Keen - She was adapted into a villain for the series.<br/><br/>Jerome Valeska is a nod towards Batman's arch-nemesis and most prominent villain The Joker and has a similar persona to the character. He is described as the "Proto-Joker". Other hints to the Joker appear, such as copycats who are inspired by Jerome's madness.<br/><br/>Richard Sionis is partially based off Roman Sionis, the Black Mask. It is unknown if Richard is related to a Roman in the series' continuity.<br/><br/>Ivy Pepper (later renamed Pamela) is a younger depiction of Poison Ivy. - In the comic books her real name is Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley, Ph.D., a botanist, environmentalism and Eco-terrorist, who uses various plant poisons to commit crimes against people she considers to be killing the beauty of nature. In some incarnations of the comics and adaptations of the character, she is half human - half plant with poison lips and supernatural ability to make men fall in love with her.<br/><br/>Tabitha Galavan is loosely based off Tigress.<br/><br/>Butch Gilzean is a former capo for Fish Mooney and Penguin, later shot and left for dead by Barbara Kean, and dumped in a swamp filled with chemicals from Indian Hills, and resurrected as Solomon Grundy. According to actor Robin Lord Taylor, producers are not establishing the series' time period. It is, however, visually influenced by the late '70s and early '80s in New York, although, the use of cellphones indicates a time period of late 90's or early 00's. Most of the vehicles on the show are models from the 70's and 80's.<br/><br/>In the episode "The Blind Fortune Teller" it is mentioned a family feud has been going on for 3 generations, in which it began just before World War I.<br/><br/>60-75 years since circa 1914, thus placing the timeline around the 1970s to 1980s.<br/><br/>Similar time discrepancies are common in the DC Comics source material where it all exists in "Hypertime", an eternal present. This is done to keep universal appeal and prevent it from seeming dated. Comic books set in the "Universe" where Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman etc. live, have modern settings for both stories set in "Batman's 1st year" and stories set in "Batman's 11th year," for example. It is simply a convention that these characters are chronologically ambiguous.<br/><br/>Though the vehicles, technology, and attire give Gotham a 50's vibe, the only anomaly are the use of cellphones and some of the music.
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