The owners of the assorted Joker phones have received a new phone call, with a montage of mumbled sounds and clips with phrases such as “Is anybody there? Please help” and “Don’t do it, don’t do it”, together with the sounds of the Gotham PD in the background before ending with the Joker’s maniacal laugh.
Coinciding with this phone call, the latest episode of Gotham Tonight has been added to GCN, the episode is set to interview Harvey Dent, the “White Knight”, however half way through it cuts to news of The Joker’s bank robbery.
Celebrated journalist Mike Engel sits down with the “White Knight” of Gotham City — District Attorney Harvey Dent. Dent defends controversial crime-fighter Batman, and says they’ve “benefited the entire city.”
Dent takes calls from viewers on Jonathan Crane and fears of a new outbreak of Fear Toxin, and confronts a GPD police officer angry over Dent’s prosecution of corrupt cops. And Engel asks the questions everybody’s been talking about — is Harvey Dent dating Assistant District Attorney Rachel Dawes? The episode ends with the breaking news that the Gotham National Bank has been hit by robbers who made away with 68 million dollars from the vault.
The 5th episode of Gotham Tonight has been added to the Gotham Cable Network:
World-famous journalist Mike Engel goes to the heart of Harvey Dent’s case against mob kingpin Sal Maroni — Maroni himself. The notorious figure, now standing trial in a Gotham courtroom, faces tough questions on allegations that he is at the top of an organized crime family devastating Gotham City.
Maroni uses his trademark charm and good humor to stymie Engel’s questioning, but his honesty is attacked by GPD Commisioner Loeb. And Mike Engel quizzes Loeb on the two mob bagmen found dead last week — and the leaked GPD surveillance tape that recorded the abduction.
At GCN you can also catch the earlier four episodes.
The second episode of Gotham Tonight is online at the Gotham City News network. You can still catch the first episode in their archive
Gotham Tonight looks at the tragic, mysterious, and flamboyant life of billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne. Born into enormous wealth, Bruce’s life changed forever when he witnessed the shooting deaths of his parents in downtown Gotham.
GCN’s premier news program looks at Bruce’s life then, and now. Gotham Tonight gets exclusive comment from District Attorney Harvey Dent, who’s rumored to be dating Bruce’s old friend Rachel Dawes. And GT also examines the ascent of Bruce Wayne to CEO of Wayne Enterprises — what is the economic giant planning now?
Watch it on Comcast Channel One or right here at GCN.
At the end of this edition, two more episodes were confirmed for the upcoming weeks, one set to profile our old friend, Jim Gordon.
For those with access, you can now find the second Gotham Tonight episode on the Comcast On Demand service. Reports say that we get a nice view of Bruce Wayne’s new penthouse as well as some specially filmed content from Aaron Eckhart and Christian Bale — more big actors getting involved with the viral now!
Gotham Tonight #2 will be hitting the GCN website this Monday.
The Comcast Gotham Cable News network has updated with a section dedicated to Batman Sightings — content submitted by citizens of Gotham [fans] where they have witnessed or seen signs of the caped crusader, however dubious.
There is also a preview of the next Gotham Tonight episode, showing a snippet of Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent, talking about Bruce Wayne.
We want your Batman pics. We just can’t cover the entire city with GCN photographers, so we’re asking for citizens to submit their photos. Click here for submission page.
Whenever news breaks, GCN is there. We’ve covered all the news you care about — from traffic tie-ups to police chases to scandal at City Hall.
One news target is proving elusive — Batman. Everyone is talking about him — the cops, the criminals, even the kids on the playground seem to know all about this mythical hero.
But the infamous crusader seems to be quite camera-shy. In fact, GCN news operatives have not yet snapped one usable shot of this controversial Gotham figure.
That’s why we need to ask you, the citizens of Gotham for help. Keep a lookout for the familiar dark silhouette of Batman. Remember to carry a camera — digital, film, cell-phone, or video — on your person at all time.
As Gotham City has learned, you can never know when Batman will decide to emerge from wherever he lurks between interventions.
We’ll post the best ones here on GCN. So get your flashlights out and start circling the block, because Batman is out there — you just have to find him.