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Aug. 7, 2013by: Jesse Giroux

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Did you love Christopher Nolan's Gotham City? Enough to watch a television series about the police force in the fictional city?

ThinkMcFlyThink has learned that Warner Bros. has hired a writer for a new series that will take place between THE DARK KNIGHT and THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. It is said that the series would focus on Gotham's finest trying to battle crime and corruption during Batman's time away from crime fighting. ThinkMcFlyThink believes it's possible that the series might be inspired by the comic series Gotham Central.

There aren't many details about the show at this point, but apparently Jonathan Nolan will be involved with the project the same way Marc Guggenheim is producing Arrow and Greg Berlanti on the upcoming Flash series. There also isn't news about which network it could end up on, although there's a very good chance it will air on CW.

If the series is in "Nolanverse" I don't think it will be connected to MAN OF STEEL or the planned BATMAN/SUPERMAN film but a stand alone series about Gotham's police force could be very interesting, or at least a different take than your typical "cops on the streets of a major city" television show.

What do you think? Good idea or bad?

Extra Tidbit: In 2003 there were rumors that Warner Bros. was interested in creating a television series based on Gotham Central, but decided not to since another Batman related show at the time (Birds of Prey) was a ratings failure.
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10:37AM on 08/07/2013

Too much

WB has shown they have zero clue as to how to handle their comic properties. Man of Steel, while divisive, at least was attempting to be the catalyst for a new "comic universe" on film. But what about Arrow and The Flash with their TV shows? Same universe as MoS, or completely different? And now this Gotham PD show which will be solely connected to Nolan's universe. Sorry, this screams of indecision and lack of a clear endgame. I'm a DC guy, but Marvel is mopping the floor with them.
WB has shown they have zero clue as to how to handle their comic properties. Man of Steel, while divisive, at least was attempting to be the catalyst for a new "comic universe" on film. But what about Arrow and The Flash with their TV shows? Same universe as MoS, or completely different? And now this Gotham PD show which will be solely connected to Nolan's universe. Sorry, this screams of indecision and lack of a clear endgame. I'm a DC guy, but Marvel is mopping the floor with them.
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2:19PM on 08/07/2013
Having said that, if they do move forward with the show, it could be entertaining. I like Jonathan Nolan's Person of Interest show. I'd like to see them take it a little bit less like other cop procedurals on tv now and more toward something like The Shield. I'm not saying it has to be the darkest and most violent show on network or cable television, but try to be different and distinguish the show from what Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. appears to be doing.
Having said that, if they do move forward with the show, it could be entertaining. I like Jonathan Nolan's Person of Interest show. I'd like to see them take it a little bit less like other cop procedurals on tv now and more toward something like The Shield. I'm not saying it has to be the darkest and most violent show on network or cable television, but try to be different and distinguish the show from what Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. appears to be doing.
12:07PM on 08/07/2013
Couldn't have said it better myself. So disappointing.
Couldn't have said it better myself. So disappointing.
10:39AM on 08/07/2013

Anything with Gotham Central would be great...

But I do think continuing TWO different universes simultaneously will be a bit confusing to the casual viewers. Why do it have to be based on a specific timeline or universe (between TDK & TDKR)? I think that'd be too restricting.... Just make a kickass Gotham Central show without showing Bat Family, and if you really want, make some future references to the ONGOING Cinematic universe (that can also happen to Arrow I hope).
But I do think continuing TWO different universes simultaneously will be a bit confusing to the casual viewers. Why do it have to be based on a specific timeline or universe (between TDK & TDKR)? I think that'd be too restricting.... Just make a kickass Gotham Central show without showing Bat Family, and if you really want, make some future references to the ONGOING Cinematic universe (that can also happen to Arrow I hope).
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10:40AM on 08/07/2013
Call in Greg Rucka as series advisor and everything is set.
Call in Greg Rucka as series advisor and everything is set.
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10:51AM on 08/07/2013
There was nothing about Nolans verse for Gotham that stood out as anything other than a typical city. Much like Arrow, it could easily fit in to that world mostly because it really isn't nearly as "different" as say Burtons world was in '89.
So with that, if they want a generic PD tv show talking place in Gotham City, go for it.
There was nothing about Nolans verse for Gotham that stood out as anything other than a typical city. Much like Arrow, it could easily fit in to that world mostly because it really isn't nearly as "different" as say Burtons world was in '89.
So with that, if they want a generic PD tv show talking place in Gotham City, go for it.
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11:28AM on 08/07/2013
thats exactly how i feel. it would basically be Law & Order. they need to make a series outside the nolan universe. there was nothing special about nolans world outside of Batman.
thats exactly how i feel. it would basically be Law & Order. they need to make a series outside the nolan universe. there was nothing special about nolans world outside of Batman.
10:51AM on 08/07/2013
I've been waiting for a show like this for years! It's a no-brainer. Really hope it focuses on Bullock and Montoya, who were sorely missing from the Nolan-verse.
I've been waiting for a show like this for years! It's a no-brainer. Really hope it focuses on Bullock and Montoya, who were sorely missing from the Nolan-verse.
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11:05AM on 08/07/2013
Presumably they'll shoot the first 3 or 4 seasons in Chicago and then move to Pittsburgh and New York after that.
Presumably they'll shoot the first 3 or 4 seasons in Chicago and then move to Pittsburgh and New York after that.
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11:17AM on 08/07/2013
That was such an amazing series I would love to see it as a show.
That was such an amazing series I would love to see it as a show.
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11:19AM on 08/07/2013
I hope this gets off the ground, Gotham Central's acclaim was well-deserved and it apparently almost happened, but was scrapped because of the poor reception of the Birds of Prey TV series. A Gotham cop show is long overdue, and could well go toe to toe with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. if done right. Come on, make this happen. I will admit that DC really doesn't seem to have it all together with its other media stuff, while Kevin Feige and the folks at Marvel Studios have planned everything really
I hope this gets off the ground, Gotham Central's acclaim was well-deserved and it apparently almost happened, but was scrapped because of the poor reception of the Birds of Prey TV series. A Gotham cop show is long overdue, and could well go toe to toe with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. if done right. Come on, make this happen. I will admit that DC really doesn't seem to have it all together with its other media stuff, while Kevin Feige and the folks at Marvel Studios have planned everything really well so far.
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11:27AM on 08/07/2013
I'm a bit worried that it might end up like Birds of Prey. However, if the new series can be Law & Order meet Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy, I'm all for it.
I'm a bit worried that it might end up like Birds of Prey. However, if the new series can be Law & Order meet Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy, I'm all for it.
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11:49AM on 08/07/2013
If they could do Gotham in vein and production style of The Killing, that could be awesome, but I don't see us getting that....
If they could do Gotham in vein and production style of The Killing, that could be awesome, but I don't see us getting that....
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12:04PM on 08/07/2013

Oh man

Hate the overuse of "literally," but I literally just picked up GC Vol. 1 yesterday. Regardless of whether/when this adaptation comes to fruition, I'm pumped to get rolling with the novels. Also, anyone else feel like DC needs to do something to get a step ahead (or at least on the same pace) as Marvel? [link] [link] Pick up your sticks, DC! ">
Hate the overuse of "literally," but I literally just picked up GC Vol. 1 yesterday. Regardless of whether/when this adaptation comes to fruition, I'm pumped to get rolling with the novels. Also, anyone else feel like DC needs to do something to get a step ahead (or at least on the same pace) as Marvel? [link] [link] Pick up your sticks, DC!
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12:44PM on 08/07/2013
I'm a bit hesitated to pick up GC Vol 1. Is it any good?
I'm a bit hesitated to pick up GC Vol 1. Is it any good?
12:21PM on 08/07/2013

instead of "Nolanverse"

How about just try and make a quality series. Letting show-runners try and emulate Christopher Nolan's take on Batman might be better than Joel Schumacher, but it doesn't guarantee the product will be good. Claims like this are part of what's wrong with studios - it's not about the pedigree; it's about making a show or a movie that doesn't suck.
How about just try and make a quality series. Letting show-runners try and emulate Christopher Nolan's take on Batman might be better than Joel Schumacher, but it doesn't guarantee the product will be good. Claims like this are part of what's wrong with studios - it's not about the pedigree; it's about making a show or a movie that doesn't suck.
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2:35PM on 08/07/2013
I'll admit I did miss that in the article. My bad.

That said, 90% of what I said stands. Batman did retire after TDK, according to Rises so there will be no Batman. 8 years off the job is a little more than inactive. So either the GCPD will be facing the bulk of the Rogues Gallery with no Batman whatsoever (which is unlikely) or the show will completely ignore that TDKR happened (which, I'm actually a little ok with). Even in TDK, " the universe has been set up to never be able to feature
I'll admit I did miss that in the article. My bad.

That said, 90% of what I said stands. Batman did retire after TDK, according to Rises so there will be no Batman. 8 years off the job is a little more than inactive. So either the GCPD will be facing the bulk of the Rogues Gallery with no Batman whatsoever (which is unlikely) or the show will completely ignore that TDKR happened (which, I'm actually a little ok with). Even in TDK, " the universe has been set up to never be able to feature some of the more quirky villains without cutting out everything interesting and fun about them" to quote myself. I don't see how missing the part about between TDK and Rises invalidates that. So ignoring "Robin", Talia, and Bane a Nolanverse show would still not work whatsoever.
2:05PM on 08/07/2013
Indydan13, dude, it literally says "between The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises" in the article AND in SauronsBANE's comment. All the stuff you just said is completely invalid because Batman isn't retired, he just isn't active anymore. Bane and Talia and all that ruckus hasn't even happened yet. It's a very interesting concept, just one that I doubt they can pull-off properly.
Indydan13, dude, it literally says "between The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises" in the article AND in SauronsBANE's comment. All the stuff you just said is completely invalid because Batman isn't retired, he just isn't active anymore. Bane and Talia and all that ruckus hasn't even happened yet. It's a very interesting concept, just one that I doubt they can pull-off properly.
1:52PM on 08/07/2013
Sorry, SauronsBANE, but I think it'll be the other way around. If they are going to have this take place in the actual Nolanverse 100% then it will fall flat. Batman has retired and left someone with no actual Batman skills in charge, Two Face (a very important character in the GCPD storyline) is dead, Bane is dead, Ra's is dead, Talia's dead, they won't possibly do a Nolan Joker, and the universe has been set up to never be able to feature some of the more quirky villains without cutting out
Sorry, SauronsBANE, but I think it'll be the other way around. If they are going to have this take place in the actual Nolanverse 100% then it will fall flat. Batman has retired and left someone with no actual Batman skills in charge, Two Face (a very important character in the GCPD storyline) is dead, Bane is dead, Ra's is dead, Talia's dead, they won't possibly do a Nolan Joker, and the universe has been set up to never be able to feature some of the more quirky villains without cutting out everything interesting and fun about them (Penguin's deformity, Mr. Freeze's freeze gun, Ivy's control of plants). This will undoubtedly be just the very generic GCPD show trying to be TDK you think it won't be. Oh sure, they'll still claim its in the universe, but it will be either so dry for TV that it'll tank or ignore so many of the things that make Nolan's universe unique from 99% of all other Batman content that die-hard Nolan fans will hate it.
12:46PM on 08/07/2013
I think you're misunderstanding it. They use the phrase "Nolanverse" because it's literally taking place in the standalone universe created by Nolan for the Dark Knight Trilogy. They aren't calling it that because it's a generic Gotham Central tv show that's just trying to emulate Nolan's style that was so successful in the movies. It's literally taking place in the Nolanverse in between the Dark Knight and the Dark Knight Rises.
I think you're misunderstanding it. They use the phrase "Nolanverse" because it's literally taking place in the standalone universe created by Nolan for the Dark Knight Trilogy. They aren't calling it that because it's a generic Gotham Central tv show that's just trying to emulate Nolan's style that was so successful in the movies. It's literally taking place in the Nolanverse in between the Dark Knight and the Dark Knight Rises.
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12:42PM on 08/07/2013

Nolanverse for TV, Snyderverse for movies

More interesting TV for sure. If it can fight against crime procedural type, I am in. Arrow is already a Nolanverse version of Green Arrow. Flash may be in between TV and movies as far as meta human capability. It will be interesting to see if all of these TV shows will be in a shared time frame. i would love to see Oliver Queen go to a meeting with the eccentric Bruce Wayne in Gotham. Both seeing more below the surface, and the show having Bruce Wayne without an ounce of Batman. He is trying
More interesting TV for sure. If it can fight against crime procedural type, I am in. Arrow is already a Nolanverse version of Green Arrow. Flash may be in between TV and movies as far as meta human capability. It will be interesting to see if all of these TV shows will be in a shared time frame. i would love to see Oliver Queen go to a meeting with the eccentric Bruce Wayne in Gotham. Both seeing more below the surface, and the show having Bruce Wayne without an ounce of Batman. He is trying to help the city with his charity and only rarely cracks a skull with a cane. The Flash could be a Queen Industrial accident that has unstable vibration as the result of the main character. Increased appetite, healing and thought processing could be the main attributes of the crime scene investigator. It may take a full season to develop phasing and speed.
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12:44PM on 08/07/2013

Maybe if this took place during Batman Begins...

The Gotham City in Batman Begins was definitely not generic. Probably the closest interpretation of the comics in the entire trilogy. In the Dark Knight, it was shot in Chicago, looked like Chicago, and it pretty much was Chicago. Same with TDKR and Pittsburgh/NYC. If this series took place during Batman Begins, it'd have a sweet visceral look to it that wouldn't seem like a Batman-ized Law & Order ripoff. Ugh, this just seems like a direct response to Agents of SHIELD. Just let Nolan's Batman
The Gotham City in Batman Begins was definitely not generic. Probably the closest interpretation of the comics in the entire trilogy. In the Dark Knight, it was shot in Chicago, looked like Chicago, and it pretty much was Chicago. Same with TDKR and Pittsburgh/NYC. If this series took place during Batman Begins, it'd have a sweet visceral look to it that wouldn't seem like a Batman-ized Law & Order ripoff. Ugh, this just seems like a direct response to Agents of SHIELD. Just let Nolan's Batman go already WB, just let it go...
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12:58PM on 08/07/2013
I'm digging this idea. It gives DC a chance to explore characters like Det. Bullock who I would've loved to see in the Nolan movies. Maybe they can get Matthew Modine to reprise his role from TDKR. If anything maybe we can get another cool gritty cop drama.
I'm digging this idea. It gives DC a chance to explore characters like Det. Bullock who I would've loved to see in the Nolan movies. Maybe they can get Matthew Modine to reprise his role from TDKR. If anything maybe we can get another cool gritty cop drama.
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1:46PM on 08/07/2013
Just do Gotham Central and give it its own breath.
Just do Gotham Central and give it its own breath.
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2:01PM on 08/07/2013

Here's The Problem.

I like this idea and it sounds pretty great..on paper, that is. Here's your problem: To make this feel like the Nolanverse, you have to shoot like Chris Nolan, and that means wide angles and IMAX-scale cinematography. I doubt TV shows get that kind of budget. The best they can do is get some stock footage, which will look nothing like Nolan's world, thereby dismissing its connection to that universe and cheapening the appeal altogether. Like SauronsBANE said below, a Batman Begins-esque Gotham
I like this idea and it sounds pretty great..on paper, that is. Here's your problem: To make this feel like the Nolanverse, you have to shoot like Chris Nolan, and that means wide angles and IMAX-scale cinematography. I doubt TV shows get that kind of budget. The best they can do is get some stock footage, which will look nothing like Nolan's world, thereby dismissing its connection to that universe and cheapening the appeal altogether. Like SauronsBANE said below, a Batman Begins-esque Gotham would have been perfect, because shots like those can be replicated in a soundstage. I love the idea of a cop series based in Gotham, exploring some of Batman's villains that we didn't get to see in the trilogy, but I doubt this will end up looking anything Nolan-esque in the end.
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10:12AM on 08/08/2013
@H-Man: That's the one with The Riddler, correct? I've seen it. It's pretty good and I enjoyed it, but I still feel it leans more towards Batman Begins than the other two movies in Nolan's trilogy. Granted, there are shows with excellent cinematography (LOST) but I don't have enough faith that Warner will pay that much attention to detail.
@H-Man: That's the one with The Riddler, correct? I've seen it. It's pretty good and I enjoyed it, but I still feel it leans more towards Batman Begins than the other two movies in Nolan's trilogy. Granted, there are shows with excellent cinematography (LOST) but I don't have enough faith that Warner will pay that much attention to detail.
2:00AM on 08/08/2013
There's actually a Batman fan film on Youtube called The Puppet Master that's set between The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. That only had a budget of about twenty grand, but the makers did a very good job of recreating the Nolan look and feel.
There's actually a Batman fan film on Youtube called The Puppet Master that's set between The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. That only had a budget of about twenty grand, but the makers did a very good job of recreating the Nolan look and feel.
2:20PM on 08/07/2013
Cops in a city? Fucking genius idea. Maybe they could have a season-long story about how every cop in the city gets trapped in the sewers and how their very survival rests on the food packages being sent down to them?

Call it 'Gotham CHUD'.
Cops in a city? Fucking genius idea. Maybe they could have a season-long story about how every cop in the city gets trapped in the sewers and how their very survival rests on the food packages being sent down to them?

Call it 'Gotham CHUD'.
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2:36PM on 08/07/2013
C'mon now, this is based on the Nolanverse. That's too unrealistic.
C'mon now, this is based on the Nolanverse. That's too unrealistic.
2:24PM on 08/07/2013
The series itself is a great idea. Putting in the "Nolanverse"... not so much. I don't think you can have two consecutive DC timelines going, especially if they plan on introducing the same Green Arrow and Flash to the big screen (which I think they will).
The series itself is a great idea. Putting in the "Nolanverse"... not so much. I don't think you can have two consecutive DC timelines going, especially if they plan on introducing the same Green Arrow and Flash to the big screen (which I think they will).
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2:41PM on 08/07/2013
Nolan's Gotham was bland as hell. It was just an ordinary city. The Nolanverse was completely uninteresting & ordinary outside of Batman & his handful of villains. So what we basically will get is yet another generic cop show.
Nolan's Gotham was bland as hell. It was just an ordinary city. The Nolanverse was completely uninteresting & ordinary outside of Batman & his handful of villains. So what we basically will get is yet another generic cop show.
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3:54PM on 08/07/2013
How would this work? Considering you basically cannot show Batman or any of his villains. I also can't imagine that in a million years Gary Oldman is gonna show up as Commissioner Gordon. So you would have what exactly?
How would this work? Considering you basically cannot show Batman or any of his villains. I also can't imagine that in a million years Gary Oldman is gonna show up as Commissioner Gordon. So you would have what exactly?
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4:43PM on 08/07/2013

The Problem with this idea

Is that I'd rather see Batman than see a shoe of ancillary characters teasing Batman being around yet never showing him. Same thing with Birds of Prey all I wanted to see was Batman so none of the other characters seem to matter. Though a miniseries based on Gotham Central would be awesome.
Is that I'd rather see Batman than see a shoe of ancillary characters teasing Batman being around yet never showing him. Same thing with Birds of Prey all I wanted to see was Batman so none of the other characters seem to matter. Though a miniseries based on Gotham Central would be awesome.
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5:14PM on 08/07/2013
No batman? no thank you. Unless the villans are still in it. I would rather see a show set in arkham tho.
No batman? no thank you. Unless the villans are still in it. I would rather see a show set in arkham tho.
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6:08PM on 08/07/2013
I'm happy with the idea but neutral because once again WB's are showcasing their disjointed planning. Whilst I was disappointed with Rises, I really did enjoy Bale as Batman and Nolan's take on the Bat world. I'm really enjoying Arrow too. To not have made it possible to link them all together is a total and unnecessary waste. I didn't know about the Flash series until this report...and I also think there's a Wonder Woman show in the works. Why are WB's so intent on harming their own
I'm happy with the idea but neutral because once again WB's are showcasing their disjointed planning. Whilst I was disappointed with Rises, I really did enjoy Bale as Batman and Nolan's take on the Bat world. I'm really enjoying Arrow too. To not have made it possible to link them all together is a total and unnecessary waste. I didn't know about the Flash series until this report...and I also think there's a Wonder Woman show in the works. Why are WB's so intent on harming their own chances of creating a cinematic universe that can easily rival Marvel?
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7:05PM on 08/07/2013
They should just make a new Batman: The Animated Series. Not those cartoons for kids,that came out in the 2000's. A show for the adult fans of Batman. Explore the Batman mythology not explored in Nolan's films (Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, villains, etc.) Make it stand-alone from everything else in the DC universe.
They should just make a new Batman: The Animated Series. Not those cartoons for kids,that came out in the 2000's. A show for the adult fans of Batman. Explore the Batman mythology not explored in Nolan's films (Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, villains, etc.) Make it stand-alone from everything else in the DC universe.
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7:53PM on 08/07/2013
theres actually a new one running right now. its on cartoon network. its called beware the batman and its actually pretty cool.
theres actually a new one running right now. its on cartoon network. its called beware the batman and its actually pretty cool.
8:01PM on 08/07/2013
Most of Batman's villains are street level with mafia/organized crime ties so it could be cool. Even if they spend season long arcs trying to take down Penguin's, Black Mask's, etc. syndicates. Even having Halloween specials with some of the more outrageous villains like Man-Bat, Killer Croc and so on. Plenty of possibilities, I just don't wanna see a show where at the end of every episode the perp is unconscious strung up from a light pole.
Most of Batman's villains are street level with mafia/organized crime ties so it could be cool. Even if they spend season long arcs trying to take down Penguin's, Black Mask's, etc. syndicates. Even having Halloween specials with some of the more outrageous villains like Man-Bat, Killer Croc and so on. Plenty of possibilities, I just don't wanna see a show where at the end of every episode the perp is unconscious strung up from a light pole.
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8:29PM on 08/07/2013
Obviously this is inspired by Marvel's SHIELD show, but still it could be a damn good idea. Since Batman's villains are more down to earth and lend themselves to a grittier type show. Plus those villains usually have a plan that involves the city, not taking over the planet.
Obviously this is inspired by Marvel's SHIELD show, but still it could be a damn good idea. Since Batman's villains are more down to earth and lend themselves to a grittier type show. Plus those villains usually have a plan that involves the city, not taking over the planet.
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9:28PM on 08/07/2013
If you don't have Batman, then you can't really put the Bat-Villains in there. If you have the Gotham PD defeating the likes of Deadshot, Mad Hatter, Killer Croc, or whoever, that kind of takes away from both the villains and Batman by saying that regular police can beat them. So that leaves us with them going after the mob, which I think would be pretty boring.
In the very unlikely event that Oldman or JGL hop on-board, than maybe I'll change my mind, but unless that happens, I would be
If you don't have Batman, then you can't really put the Bat-Villains in there. If you have the Gotham PD defeating the likes of Deadshot, Mad Hatter, Killer Croc, or whoever, that kind of takes away from both the villains and Batman by saying that regular police can beat them. So that leaves us with them going after the mob, which I think would be pretty boring.
In the very unlikely event that Oldman or JGL hop on-board, than maybe I'll change my mind, but unless that happens, I would be skeptical.
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12:12AM on 08/08/2013

While a GREAT idea, especially if they base on that badass book

But yeah it's only going to draw SHIELD comparisons. So unless they come out dicks wagging, it's gonna be last across the finish line.
But yeah it's only going to draw SHIELD comparisons. So unless they come out dicks wagging, it's gonna be last across the finish line.
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5:49AM on 08/08/2013

The CW you say? Well this definitely won't be shit!

It's not the "Nolanverse" without Christopher Nolan and hiring his brother as an executive producer won't make that any less obvious.
It's not the "Nolanverse" without Christopher Nolan and hiring his brother as an executive producer won't make that any less obvious.
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10:43AM on 08/08/2013
It's just a DC Shield. Without Batman! Should do a live action Batman detective series, that would be awesome. And make sure it is not on the WB
It's just a DC Shield. Without Batman! Should do a live action Batman detective series, that would be awesome. And make sure it is not on the WB
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4:11PM on 08/08/2013

If they are the same cops as in rises...

They wont be very smart and will probably do a lot of stupid actions and without logic.
They wont be very smart and will probably do a lot of stupid actions and without logic.
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