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Tuesday, 15 November 2016 13:50
In the last episode, we saw Barnes murder at least two men. Alice Tetch’s blood has turned him into some crazed vigilante. When he “switches” he becomes judge, jury and executioner. He’s on a mission to find all of the guilty in Gotham. Unfortunately, Dr. Simon didn’t die before he could tell newly reinstated GCPD officer, Jim Gordon, that Barnes was responsible for throwing him through a wall. Read more...
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Tuesday, 27 September 2016 13:50
Last week we saw that Fish Mooney’s new powers aren’t really all that powerful.  Her body is rejecting her newly implanted DNA and she’s on the hunt for Hugo Strange to fix her. Alfred got knocked the hell out and Master B got abducted by a Talon. Ivy was branded a spy and thanks to spoilers released by the show itself we know she didn’t die while trying to escape. We met the most annoying new character, Valerie Vale and we got some more Emo Bruce time. Read more...
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Tuesday, 20 September 2016 13:48
Now that we’re all back from our little trip to Switzerland we can get back to Gotham.  Forever ago we left Gotham in a bit of a mess. Jim Gordon finally caught Hugo Strange with a basement full of monsters at Indian Hill. Unfortunately, it was too late for Strange to blow them up, Fish Mooney helped them all escape. While Fish was setting the former Arkham inmates free Penguin and Butch were teaming up again to take back the title of King of Gotham, or just the best dynamic duo we’re probably going to get in this series. We were also introduced to the Court of Owls last season and best yet we caught a glimpse of a look-a-like Bruce Wayne.  Season three episode one has a lot to live up to. Read more...
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Tuesday, 24 May 2016 11:20
The season finale of Gotham’s season two was nothing shy of amazing. And silly, oh so silly. It’s fine though, it’s a show based on a fictional city that was created for a comic book, it’s not supposed to be real it’s just supposed to be really good. Read more...
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Tuesday, 17 May 2016 14:00
There’s no way to keep this spoiler-free so if you haven’t watched episode 21 of Gotham and don’t want anything spoiled come back and read this after you’ve watched it. Hugo Strange has been manufacturing monsters at Indian Hill and from what we’ve seen he’s been very successful. Unfortunately, everybody has a boss and Strange’s boss considers his accomplishments to be unsuccessful. It has to do with what a lot of people are disliking about Strange, he’s creating these villains.  He brings them back to life and then implants a false memory that will ultimately serve him.  It was getting sad to think that Strange would be the creator of all of Gotham’s supervillains. That turned out to be Strange’s agenda but not his boss’s. So who is Strange’s boss? Perhaps it’s more appropriate to say bosses. Read more...
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Tuesday, 22 March 2016 14:13
Holy Gotham, Batman!  Gotham’s newest villain is turning out to be the best villain we’ve seen so far. He’s smart, he’s cunning and he’s just now hitting his stride. We were introduced to Edward Nygma during the first season and it was obvious from the start he was someday going to be the mischievous villain, Riddler. Ed is an employee of the GCPD working in the forensic science department. The job at the GCPD really threw a wrench in his character’s story. How was this guy going to turn into a villain? Cory Michael Smith nailed the part of Edward Nygma, the shy and socially awkward guy who got bullied by his co-workers. Read more...
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Tuesday, 01 December 2015 10:58
A season finale is the final episode of television series’ season. Usually there are a few months in between the start of the next season. A series finale is the last show, or if we’re talking about Lost it’s the last big disappointment. Now we’re being subjected to these new, mid-season finales. After ten episodes of Gotham we’re getting a two-month break before season two’s finale. This could be a bad idea with a relatively new show, but for some reason, this break felt like it was right. Maybe it was all of the killing and cheeseball mythology, or maybe the fact that Bruce Wayne is slowly evolving into Batman is just too much to handle in one fell swoop. We need a break to calm our minds and hearts over what these last ten episodes have brought us. Read more...
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Tuesday, 13 October 2015 14:03
Now that there’s been a full week to digest the fact that Jerome is not the Joker and come to a good realization that the writers for Gotham are cleverer than most thought, this week the show got back to being a good old cop show. Season two, episode four is titled “Strike Force” and with good reason. No, it’s not 2069 and aliens haven’t invaded Earth, that’s the Marvel universe, we’re still in DC here. Strike force is the name given to the newest recruits to the Gotham GCPD. Michael Chiklis made his debut as Captain Nathanial Barnes and his first mission as captain was to get rid of the crooked cops. He fired every cop who had a criminal record and made threats to get rid of any other cops that do funny business. That should make Jim Gordon sweat a little bit but for now Barnes makes Gordon his second in command. Together they go to the academy and handpick new recruits. Read more...
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