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Gotham Season Two 


I need to be very clear from the beginning that Gotham Season Two is an adults only television show. The 960 minutes of this show is not for children or teenagers. It has a lot of bad content. I knew this when we purchased it on Black Friday 2016 for ten dollars. Gotham Season Two is darker than every other Batman movie and television show I have watched.

Gotham Season Two has blood, gore, death, insanity, sex outside of marriage, supports sexual deviancy, attacks Christians, attacks Biblical marriage, bad language, insanity, police brutality, lies, and more. Plenty of characters in Gotham Season Two are desperate. They will do and say anything to get their way. Gotham Season Two is full of revenge, and dead characters being brought back to life.

Gotham Season Two brings in some interesting new characters. Theo Galavan and his sister are some of the most prominent. Professor Hugo Strange is by far the most intriguing character to me. Bruce Wayne is becoming more like Batman every episode. Edward Nygma enters complete insanity in Gotham Season Two. Jim Gordon has a major character arc in Gotham Season Two.

I noticed the arcs in Gotham Season Two. Numerous characters go on different character arcs. They are arrested, put in jail (or Arkham Assylum), and eventually get out (or freed). Then they are back in the public forum to interact with other characters. Gotham Season Two does not contain a lot of forgiveness. There is plenty of betrayal and malice in Gotham Season Two.

It is very difficult to tell the good guys from the bad guys in Gotham Season Two. Many of the good guys do really bad things in Gotham Season Two. Sometimes the bad guys do nice things to help out the good guys. Gotham Season Two tries to blur the lines between good and evil. Every character has their very own justification in Gotham Season Two. Gotham Season Two has moments of dark humor.

There are ninety minutes of bonus content on Gotham Season Two. They are ALFRED: Batman's Greatest Ally, Gotham by Noir Light, Cold Hearted The Tale of Victor Fries, Character Profiles, Gotham 2015 Comic-Con Panel and more. Gotham Season Two reminds me that we need to turn our problems over to God. Too many characters in Gotham Season Two try to do things themselves.
- Paul


Graphics: 20%
Sound: 30%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 10%

System: DVD
Publisher: Warner Bros
Developer: DC Comics
Rating:  'NR' for Not Rated

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