It's going to be a bit hard to tell because Gotham has only had one episode, but I'd say, so far, that it's probably not really faithful to any particular story that's already been done. There will likely be homages or references, but so far it doesn't seem to be adhering to any particular story line, at least not strictly.
Edward Nigma, aka The ...
By the end of S04E11 - Queen Takes Knight episode, Poison Ivy consumes all the "mystical" potions since she is done playing "nice". The resulting drinking of potions changes her face and gives her more powers...
Based on the co-exec producer's comments on recasting Maggie Geha:
"The change was all ...
According to Forbes:
Part of Disney’s acquisition is set to include the purchase of 20th Century Fox Television. This is not the same thing as Disney purchasing the Fox network, which is not part of the deal.
What Disney is potentially buying is every show Fox produces, including The Simpsons, Family Guy, The Gifted, Empire and off-network shows like ...
I actually posed a similar question (and answered it myself) on https://scifi.stackexchange.com/ because I was anticipating it.
Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller explained this to Entertainment Weekly some time ago:
Gotham is not set in any particular time period: Okay, this has been
out there a bit, but Heller had a nice quote elaborating on the show’s
As far as I can tell, even though we're only one episode in, Gotham is not in a post-apocalyptic world setting. If anything, Gotham is taking a more film noir approach to its cinematography and backdrops, which is consistent with depcitions of the city throughout most of Batman's publication and film/television history. However, the look and feel of Gotham ...
He was a douchebag and doesn't seems to have many friends in the department. Miss Kringle found the note about him leaving Gotham which Nygma forged. Gotham is a city where crime is at its peak, and a police officer running away like that doesn't seem surprising.
Nygma was trustworthy until then and was dating Kringle, so ...
If I can give you a slight spoiler, in a later episode, someone tells Bruce that his methods of fighting wouldn't really be effective in actually hurting someone, and that if he really wanted to hurt someone he should do such-and-such instead. But Alfred tells the individual to stop talking, because he wants to instill in Bruce lessons like "Becoming good ...
It describes the six main emotions:
So fill in with other Hindi words for each emotion as necessary! :D
Of course the could not know for sure, but they had three clues:
1) Gordon had been in Blackgate as a prisoner, but he never saw the first guard:
Gordon: How long have you worked here?
Fake guard 1: Two years, thereabouts.
Gordon: I was in Blackgate for a time.
Fake guard 1: We must not have overlapped. Here? As a guard?
Gordon: As a ...
Because she was subordinate to the Dollmaker and abducted homeless kids for his experiments. She even mentioned that few times:
This wikia has a good description of her character. And why Dollmaker need those kids will be explored in later episodes or you can read above linked Dollmaker wikia page.
I think Gotham, the tv show, is supposed to take place in the same time period as ours, but in a different dimension than our own. It is supposed to be familiar but with small differences, like they have cell phones, but they use 70s technology like overhead projectors and microfilm readers. And of course the 70s-style cars.
It is possible for siblings to have widely different genes including genes for appearance.
Suppose that a black person and a blonde Scandinavian have children. Their children are likely to took mostly black because darker hair, skin, and eye colors are usually dominant over lighter colors. But those children may have recessive genes for lighter colors.
Haven't you just answered your own question: it can't be in reference to a particular war due to the timeless nature of the series, so it instead refers to some unspecified past war?
Given the technological time frame of Gotham, the story has to have happened in the last 50-60 years in the US; and there has been no shortage of past wars in this timeframe. ...
First thing, In Gotham, they have made characters different from the other incarnations. Most of the characters look like in a gray era, they didn't choose any side yet. Like Nygma, Cat etc.
This Alfred also looks like in a grey era, he is a good guy with some darkness inside too, which might appear in future episodes.
Alfred's nature towards Bruce has ...