Since Batman's introduction in 1939, the character has accumulated a number of recognizable supporting characters.
The first Batman supporting character was Commissioner James Gordon, who first appeared in the same comic book as Batman in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), and is Batman's ally in the Gotham City Police Department.
R4, I started this thread that is, clearly, about GAY Sam Heughan.
Sadly, if his bearding with MM is not over -we'll see what happens during the next weeks- we'll have to talk about the shamzie fauxmance too, like we've done in the last threads.
Sam and Luke travelling together: The emoji was a man shrugging symbol,because he was asked "will you ever get a break?
" He was obviously saying "who knows"Sam's gay from space,but let's not create stuff that isn't there.
In addition, Batman has perhaps the most well known collection of adversaries in fiction, commonly referred to as Batman's rogues gallery, which includes the Joker, Penguin, and Two-Face, among others.
The GCPD were featured in their own series: the limited series Batman: GCPD and the ongoing series Gotham Central, in which they investigate the unusual crimes that plague the city, in a personal effort to minimize Batman's involvement.
Related: alums confirmed they are expecting a little one and have since been updating fans with any news related to their unborn baby.
That's no better than the creepy shippers Bringing Lady Goodman's comments from the previous threads because they're very interesting.
Her cousin went to the RCS with Sam:[quote]"I started watching Outlander last year and commented on Facebook how much I enjoyed it. Bit of a risk this Late in the game."I'm at risk of being called a troll again because posting is outwith " Scottish time zones " but here I am again , seen a few comments here and there about Sam and G/F types, behaviour.
Being followed around by the paparazzi cannot be easy.
Think about it, you have to look pretty good from the moment you leave your house in the morning and you have to make sure you don’t do anything embarrassing.