“Gotham Central Review Part 2 Issues 11-18” – Zero Year E05
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Following on from the review of issues 1-10 of Gotham Central in our last podcast (episode 4), Derek and John return for Zero Year, Episode 5 of Gotham TV Podcast, with a review of issues 11-18 of the comic series “Gotham Central” by Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka and Michael Lark.
We begin by discussing by giving a whole-hearted thank you to Ben and Daniel of Welcometolevelseven.com for spreading the word about our podcast to their Agents. If you haven’t checked it out we highly recommend you can listen to their excellent unofficial Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Marvel Universe podcast here
Here’s the news we talked about on this episode:
- Fox US are expected to announce a launch date for Gotham between the 12th and 14th of May.
- John Stephens, former writer on the O.C., will get to work with Ben McKenzie again as he’s been given a 2 year contract with Warner Brothers which includes a role as executive producer for Gotham.
- Darwyn Cooke has released a Batman Beyond tribute for #Batman75. Read our story and watch the full clip
- We discuss the casting of Ray Fisher as Cyborg in Batman/Superman and discuss the official announcement of a Justice League film to start filming directly after Batman/Superman.
⦁ Check out details of our competition for a signed print of the Penguin by Matthew J. Fletcher on our website here.
This Week’s Feedback
We discuss an iTunes review from Ailby and some feedback from Ben Avery and Daniel Butcher on our previous episodes.
Gotham Central Review
The full comic series “Gotham Central” looks at the Gotham City Police Department and the difficulties and challenges faced by its detectives at work and on the streets fighting crime in Gotham City. The shadow of the Batman and his foes hang heavy over the officers of the Major Crimes Unit.
In this fifth podcast we review issues 11-18 of the Gotham Central series that include the story arcs “Daydreams and Believers” (issue #11), “Soft Targets” (issues #12-15) and “Life is Full of Disappointments” (issues #16-18). From the hiring of a temp in the Major Crimes Unit to the beginnings of a new case the series charts the relationships of the detectives in the G.C.P.D. and the events that impact on them. With a well-known villain on the loose in Gotham the detectives are truly on the front line of the war on crime. The review is full of spoilers so if you haven’t read the comics, grab a copy from your local comic book shop or you can read it digitally at Comixology and join us. Let us know your opinion on the stories of these arcs or your thoughts of the 40 issue comic series so far. We’ll discuss any feedback on the next episode.
As always thanks for listening. Next time we will be taking a brief break from the review of Gotham Central comic series and will be talking about the first of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy “Batman Begins”. Get watching and we’ll talk to you in two weeks.
Gotham TV Podcast
Genres: TV, Comics, Fantasy, Crime, Batman, Drama, Operatic Soap, DC
Date recorded: 28/04/2014
Date published: 01/05/2014
MP3, 125 mins, 128kbps, 78 MB