Gotham City

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'''Gotham City'''
 
'''Gotham City'''
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[[Image:Gotham_City.jpg|left]]
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An east coast United States' city that is the resident city of [[Batman]] and [[Robin]] and the scene of most of their adventures. (TGSB)
  
The sister city to [[Metropolis]].  
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Gotham City is also the home of the superheroes [[Batwoman]], Bat-Girl and [[Batgirl]] as well as Police [[Commissioner James W. Gordon]].
Home of it's protectors, [[Batman]] and [[Robin]], as well as Commisoner [[James Gordon]].
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One of the city's noteworthy landmarks is the newspaper the ''[[The Gotham Gazette|Gotham Gazette]]'', where ''[[Daily Planet]]'' editor [[Perry White]] once worked early in his career (WF No. 80, Jan/Feb 1956: "The Super-Newspaper of Gotham City").
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==External Link==
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_City Wikipedia entry on Gotham City]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:48, 31 July 2011

Gotham City

Gotham City.jpg

An east coast United States' city that is the resident city of Batman and Robin and the scene of most of their adventures. (TGSB)

Gotham City is also the home of the superheroes Batwoman, Bat-Girl and Batgirl as well as Police Commissioner James W. Gordon.

One of the city's noteworthy landmarks is the newspaper the Gotham Gazette, where Daily Planet editor Perry White once worked early in his career (WF No. 80, Jan/Feb 1956: "The Super-Newspaper of Gotham City").

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