History ComicBook / GothamCentral

31st Jul '16 3:50:29 PM nombretomado
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** Slam Bradley, a classic comic character who premiered in ''DetectiveComics #1'', guest-stars in an issue to give Josie Mac information related to Catwoman.

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** Slam Bradley, a classic comic character who premiered in ''DetectiveComics ''Creator/DetectiveComics #1'', guest-stars in an issue to give Josie Mac information related to Catwoman.
31st Jul '16 3:50:29 PM nombretomado
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31st Jul '16 3:49:11 PM nombretomado
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** Slam Bradley, a classic PrivateDetective who premiered in ''DetectiveComics #1'', appears in an issue to give Josie Mac select information related to Catwoman.

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** Slam Bradley, a classic PrivateDetective who premiered in ''DetectiveComics ''Creator/DetectiveComics #1'', appears in an issue to give Josie Mac select information related to Catwoman.
27th Jul '16 8:00:35 AM DoctorNemesis
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* IgnoredEpiphany: Mr. Montoya seems to be coming to grips with his daughters sexuality, and is actually able to admit that he misses her while having a mature conversation with her girlfriend, but an early issue of follow-up series ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' reveals that he and Renee are still not speaking.

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* IgnoredEpiphany: Mr. Montoya seems to be coming to grips with his daughters sexuality, and is actually able to admit that he misses her while having a mature conversation with her girlfriend, but an early issue of follow-up series ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' reveals that he and Renee are still not speaking. It is possible that this is not entirely down to this trope, as it's made clear on several occasions that Renee -- understandably resentful of the situation -- isn't overly keen to speak to him either.
12th Jul '16 2:28:15 AM Morgenthaler
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This comic is divided into the day and night shifts of the Major Crimes Unit, the department of the GCPD tasked with dealing with "freaks" (supervillains) and the more important mundane crimes. Regular characters included [[ItsPersonal Marcus Driver]], [[RedHeadedHero Romy Chandler]], [[FromBadToWorse Renee Montoya]], [[ByTheBookCop Crispus Allen]], [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Maggie Sawyer]], and [[HyperAwareness Josephine "Josie Mac" [=MacDonald=]]].

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This comic is divided into the day and night shifts of the Major Crimes Unit, the department of the GCPD tasked with dealing with "freaks" (supervillains) and the more important mundane crimes. Regular characters included [[ItsPersonal Marcus Driver]], [[RedHeadedHero Romy Chandler]], Chandler, [[FromBadToWorse Renee Montoya]], [[ByTheBookCop Crispus Allen]], [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Maggie Sawyer]], and [[HyperAwareness Josephine "Josie Mac" [=MacDonald=]]].
9th May '16 1:32:34 AM caivu
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*** Downplayed with his accomplice [[spoiler: Officer Mulcahey]], who at least gets a severe and satisfying beating.

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*** ** Downplayed with his accomplice [[spoiler: Officer Mulcahey]], who at least gets a severe and satisfying beating.
24th Mar '16 12:55:50 PM caivu
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** Huntress appears in a single issue (plus the closing page of the previous issue) to discuss Sergeant Vincent Del Arrazio's family connection to TheMafia.

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** Huntress ComicBook/{{Huntress}} appears in a single issue (plus the closing page of the previous issue) to discuss Sergeant Vincent Del Arrazio's family connection to TheMafia.
24th Mar '16 12:36:50 PM moloch
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Four hardcover collections have also been published. These editions collect all published issues of ''Gotham Central'', including the issues absent from the trade volumes, but lack the connected stories from independent comics. The series was then republshed in glossy-paper trade format, in a form identical to the hardcover.

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Four hardcover collections have also been published. These editions collect all published issues of ''Gotham Central'', including the issues absent from the trade volumes, but lack the connected stories from independent comics. The series was then republshed republished in glossy-paper trade format, in a form identical to the hardcover.
24th Mar '16 12:36:21 PM moloch
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Four hardcover collections have also been published. These editions collect all published issues of ''Gotham Central'', including the issues absent from the trade volumes, but lack the connected stories from independent comics:

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Four hardcover collections have also been published. These editions collect all published issues of ''Gotham Central'', including the issues absent from the trade volumes, but lack the connected stories from independent comics:comics. The series was then republshed in glossy-paper trade format, in a form identical to the hardcover.



The series was then republshed in glossy-paper trade format, in a form identical to the hardcover.
* ''Book 1: In the Line of Duty''
* ''Book 2: Jokers and Madmen''
* ''Book 3: On the Freak Beat''
* ''Book 4: Corrigan''
18th Jan '16 6:07:26 PM caivu
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* CurbStompCushion: [[spoiler:Corrigan]], during his fistfight with Renee, staggers her with a backhand and shoves her into a dumpster. They're the only blows he lands and he gets his ass kicked soon after.
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