Azrael Comes To ‘Gotham’ And Kills Someone; Who Will Die?


In this week’s season 2 episode 19 of “Gotham,” we get to see the Theo Galavan’s (James Frain) transformation into knight assassin “Azrael” as he tries to assassinate an important person.

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Last episode, Professor Hugo Strange (BD Wong) and Ethel Peabody (Tonya Pinkins) was successful at reanimating a corpse in the person of the former mayor. Perhaps due to the revival experimentations, Theo has developed increased strength and agility. The resurrection, however, caused him to go insane and forget who he was. Theo’s writings on the walls were recognized by Strange as originating from “The Will and Order of St. Dumas,” a book written by medieval knight crusaders whom Theo descended from. As for restoring Theo’s sanity and identity, Strange and Peabody are unsure on how to proceed.

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Happy Birthday Joker


In birthday parties, it’s usually a habit to invite a clown. This time, however, is a day that commemorates one of the most iconic clowns in popular culture – The Joker.

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It was in April 25, 1940 when The Joker initially appeared in the comic book debut for Batman. Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson was said to be responsible for designing the Joker but it was Bill Finger’s writing that brought character to life. The Joker was supposed to be killed off in that issue but editors decided to spare the villain which, eventually, led him to become Batman’s arch nemesis.

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Find Out Who Murdered Bruce’s Parents In ‘Gotham’ Season 2 Episode 18


Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) might finally know who is behind his parents’ murder in Season 2 episode 18 of “Gotham.” Matches Malone (Michael Bowen) may have pulled the trigger on Thomas and Martha Wayne but our young hero is determined to find out who had his parents assassinated and why.

facebook.com/GOTHAMonFOX/The episode is entitled “Pinewood” and it brings two separate parts into one. One path starts with Barbara Kean (Erin Richards) reuniting with Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie). It appears that Barbara has been rehabilitated and released from Arkham Asylum, or is she? Jim still finds it difficult to trust her, let alone forgive her, after all that they have been through.

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