The last episode, “Penguin, Our Hero,” ended with a major surprise as Gordon’s Haven, the refuge for the lost souls of Gotham, blew up.
You know things are getting weird, even for Gotham, when you have a title like, “Penguin, Our Hero.”
Gotham’s final season, based on No Man’s Land, continues with “Trespassers.” Gotham has become a place you’d expect to see Mad Max riding around in, or maybe Snake Plissken trying to Escape from.
Gotham begins its fifth and final season with an impressive opener. Borrowing titles from two different Batman stories, the season subtitle is “No Man’s Land” and the episode is “Year Zero.”
Stealing yet another classic story from the Batman mythos, Gotham ends their fourth season with “No Man’s Land.”
Gotham keeps stealing ideas from the comics and not quite doing them justice. The title “One Bad Day” is a reference to a major point in the classic Batman story (and later animated movie) The Killing Joke.
The saga of the not-quite Joker continues in Gotham as the season continues with “A Dark Knight: That Old Corpse.” J
“To Our Deaths and Beyond” sounds like it’s a strange twist on Buzz Lightyear’s catchphrase from Toy Story, but it’s the title of the next episode of Gotham. There’s enough weirdness going on that there are going to be spoilers along the way, so be warned.
I’ve talked before about wondering why anyone would still live in Gotham at this point. Well, even worse than living there at this point is being mayor. They tend to die, get kidnapped, disappear, or be revealed as crime bosses.
Gotham’s weird string of titles for its “A Dark Knight” season continues in “Mandatory Brunch Meeting.” Then again, with Jerome running around I guess more weirdness is to be expected.