Back in September we learned of Fox's plans to make Gotham, a Batman-less TV show that would serve as an origin story both for Commissioner Gordon and "the villains who made Gotham City famous." The whole thing caused Susana to be a bit bzuh?, because so many of Batman's villains just plain don't work without Batman also in the picture. But the show's still chug-chug-chugging along, and today we've learned that while there won't be Batman, there might be Bruce Wayne, albeit an itty-bitty one.
AwwwwwwYesterday, the world watched as one boy got the experience of a lifetime - 5-year-old Miles was Batman for a day. See how an entire city made his dream a reality and watch as even the cast of The CW's Arrow and the President of the United States got involved.
What If Gotham City: The High School Years Was A Real Movie? Seriously. An Actual Movie You Could Watch. Here It Is.
Oh Mah Glob Guys
So, you're going to start watching this, figure out the general premise and go, "Ok, that's cute." Then you're going to keep watching and think, "Huh. That was pretty clever." But by the time you get to the end you're going to be as convinced as we are that this is the BEST IDEA TO HAPPEN ON THE INTERNET (at least this week.) The execution is flawless. Seriously. After watching, I sat here for ten minutes wondering how to present it you all and was still left blown away. The awesomeness of this video CANNOT BE CONTAINED. Just stop reading and watch it now! (via tipster Jessica from movieclipsTRAILERS) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Holy Rusted Metal Batman!In honor of The Dark Knight Rises hitting theaters, art and animation student Hamish Steele decided to show us what his Gotham City looks like. The result is a rather delightful and unique take on Batman and his Rogues Gallery, which is now continuing past the release thanks to the prompting of fans. Take a look at Steele's Bane, Batgirl and Robin, Mr. Freeze, and more!