Stunning ‘Gotham’ Banners Tout A Dark Knight Is Coming This Fall

Gotham-Season-4-Bruce-KnightThere’s no doubt that Fox’s hit pre-Batman series, Gotham, has taken creative liberties in the way the caped crusader’s origin has been approached. Sometimes controversial (looking at you Jerome), but always inventive (looking at you again, Jerome).

Now the network has just released promotional key art for Gotham’s Season 4 tag line which has surprisingly morphed from the original “Dawn of Night,” which was introduced at a Comic Con panel,  to “A Dark Knight,” which propels the twisted series closer to Batman’s reign according to a new article in TV Insider.

Back in July at a Comic Con panel, the network unveiled an advertising shot of young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) looking out over Gotham  with the line “Dawn of Night.” But these new images get more in line with the canon explored in many of the theatrical takes.  In the first banner, Bruce, looking focused and grim, shadows an even grimmer Jim (where’s the mustache?) Gordon (Ben McKenzie) with a bat-infused cape flapping behind him.


In the second banner, which is clearly aimed one hundred percent at the the fanboys and girls, a hooded and focused Bruce stares out from behind an early version of the cowl that will eventually become part of his intimidating look.


The fourth season is set to pit the guys against DC Comics baddies like Professor Pyg (Fringe‘s Michael Cerveris) and Scarecrow (Charlie Tahan), along with pre-existing troublemakers Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), the Riddler (Cory Michael Smith) and a reinvented Barbara Kean (Erin Richards). Watch the Season 4 teaser below.

What do you think? Is it too early for Bruce? Or does this start moving the series along, a common complaint that pre-Superman Smallville often faced.

Gotham returns September 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on FOX.

Source: TV Insider

Batman’s Top 5 Gadgets In Film & Television

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The Dark Knight Batman ArsenalBatman’s gadgets have helped make him one of the most interesting characters in comic book history. Whether it’s for intimidating thugs or fighting villains like the Joker, Penguin or Two-Face, Batman has used his gadgets to assist the people of Gotham on several occasions. Of course, the Caped Crusader has a ton of gadgets in his arsenal, which begs the question of which ones are the most important.

On both the big and small screen, Batman has shown that he always has the right gadgets for the job. His utility belt houses some of the greatest gadgets in the world, allowing him to get away from any situation in just the nick of time.

Each hero has their own unique fighting style and way of helping people — it’s just a matter of finding your niche. But what’s cool about Batman is that he doesn’t have any superpowers. All he needs is his intellect and a few gadgets. Think of it this way: Batman without his gadgets is kind of like The Flash without his speed, but he’s cool even without them.

Click Next to learn more about Batman’s top 5 gadgets. 

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Colin Costello

Colin Costello

A self-professed geek and DC Comics fan, Colin is a working screenwriter with two family features under his belt.

  • Ruben C Barron

    There’s a reason the live action Batman films black out around the eyes when wearing the cowl. So they don’t look like trick or treaters.

    • Swansea Till I Die!

      This si a kid though, feeling his way, so it makes sense to look a little home-made and silly.

      • Daniël van Wijgerden

        Yeah, it’s like Bruce needs some time to figure that out :D.