With the launch of DC Future State last week, we were introduced to Gotham’s newest—or should we say, next Batman in
One of the cool things I’ve found about HBO Max is that it gives you a chance to revisit some of your favorite DC films and look at them from a new angle.
During his four-plus years as the writer of Batman, Tom King brought new emotion and depth to the decades-old “will they or won’t they?” romance between Batman and Catwoman.
Life in Gotham City is dramatically different in the era of Future State—and not in a good way!
The stadiums may be empty, but believe it or not, the MLB playoffs have arrived. And where general audiences are kept away, you can’t keep Gotham’s first family in vigilantism off the diamond.
Empathy has become a precious commodity. Though, now that I type that, that sentence may be unfair. Empathy has always been a precious commodity.
“Suddenly a gigantic cone of light pierces the dusk of day and etches an eerie symbol against a black cloud—the silhouette of a giant bat!”
Gotham raised a lot of eyebrows when it was first announced. A story about Bruce Wayne’s childhood was a fresh enough take, but it was fresh for a reason.