FOX’s Gotham is gearing up for a season full of over-packing characters from Batman that have ever existed. Case in point:
Oh thank you, Jesus; TV season is back. Right out of the gates, Gotham is back with a variety of new things
Last week’s Gotham introduced a few new characters, and it continued to lay on the soap opera plot of Barbara
After Oswalt Cobblepot took center stage in last week’s “The Penguin’s Umbrella,” this week’s “The Mask” continues to impress with
Hush Comics gives “Selina Kyle” a B+ for it’s continual improvement, notably in setting a dark tone. The acting is a mixed bag, with main players like Cobblepot, Gordon and Falcone outshining the rest of the cast. If Gotham can get over the speed bumps of spelling out the entire story for viewers and avoid being too corny, it has the potential to keep us glued to the screen all season long.
Hush Comics gives the Pilot episode of Gotham a B. While there were many eye-roll moments, and too many characters introduced at once, the dynamic between James Gordon and Carmine Falcone will keep me interested in what happens in Gotham.
You can usually tell a person’s age depending on the Batman theme song they identify with the most. The tunes may have altered throughout the years, but the spirit of them is still the same. You could be at at your daughter’s recital, or giving a presentation to your boss, when that Batman ringtone goes off, people smile. Rejoice in the sound of the Bat, and let us know which ones you liked the best.
Song: “We Pop” Artist: RZA Ft. Division & Ol’ Dirty Bastard Album: Birth of a Prince (2003) Lyric: “I cock arm, pass
Going to the famed voice actor Kevin Conroy’s panel, I expected certain things. Namely, that he would talk in his famous Batman voice for the entire hour, and while he didn’t do exactly that, he surely didn’t disappoint either. And while he didn’t talk like Batman for the entire panel, he did come out on stage and exclaim in his gravelly voice, “I am vengeance! I am the knight! I AM BATMAN!”
In this consumer-based industry, it can be easy to forget the years of hard work that the people in the