levy-rasputin:

A compilation of all the people of colour featured at any title, from most prominent roles to background appearences, in the 40 issues of Gotham Central.

From top left corner on:
Det. Crispus Allen; Det. Renee Montoya, Det. Dagmar Procjnow, Det. Sgt. Jackson Davies, Det. Josephine MacDonald, Det. Josh Azeveda, Det. Eric Cohen, Insp. Manuel Esperanza, Det. Sgt. Vincent Del Arrazio, Comm. Michael Akins, Daria Hernandez, Benny Montoya, Hernando Montoya, Luisa Montoya, Jake Allen, Dore Allen, Malcom Allen, Helena ‘Huntress’ Bertinelli, Jeanne Davies, Sasha Procjnow, Miguel Navarro, Anna Navarro, Jesus Acosta, boy in the park, Det. Jared Morillo, refrigerators seller, police boy, Angie Molina, Marty Lipari, accounter at Washburn, taxi agency woman, Dr Wolk, morgue employer, Arkham guard, Viril, QRT technician, Kenny Booker, Rico, Miss Lavelle, Det. Hammond, judge, Anthony Beretti, woman and kid on a train, priest, teen stars agency employer, Victor “Cyborg” Stone, Jill, Officer De Carlo, Det. Takahata, Loughridge, medical supplies seller, former associate of Freeze, Arkham doctor, Jeff Braxton, young relative of the Allens, aunt Grace, Violet Allen, older relative of the Alens, uncle Gary, gang member, gang member flying from the stairs, survivor gang member, really young gang member, lawyer, man with a dog, worker removing the bat-signal.    

I tried to be as carefull as possible, but there’s still a chance I might have missed someone and I apologize in advance for this. People who’s background appearance wasn’t arranged in a way they’d be unequivocally recognizable as POCs (i.e. the girls from the S&M club that appear masked and in blue/grey shadows) were not included as well. 
Note: I admit it was very weird for me, an Italian living in Italy, to include the people of Italian origin in this graphic. I decided to insert them following previous discussions on the status of Helena Bertinelli (first generation immigrant) as a WOC, and extended the definition to presumed second/third generation immigrants like Vincent or Mr Beretti, while leaving aside super white-passing people with Italian surname, as rev. Buford’s secretary. Likely, I decided to include jewish Eric Cohen and keep out presumedly scottish-irish Romy Chandler based on previous discussions and various articles I read. I am conscious there is some arbitrariety to all of this, so you are very encouraged to hit my ask box if you feel you have any feedback/thoughts to offer on the matter. 

levy-rasputin:

A compilation of all the people of colour featured at any title, from most prominent roles to background appearences, in the 40 issues of Gotham Central.

From top left corner on:

Det. Crispus Allen; Det. Renee Montoya, Det. Dagmar Procjnow, Det. Sgt. Jackson Davies, Det. Josephine MacDonald, Det. Josh Azeveda, Det. Eric Cohen, Insp. Manuel Esperanza, Det. Sgt. Vincent Del Arrazio, Comm. Michael Akins, Daria Hernandez, Benny Montoya, Hernando Montoya, Luisa Montoya, Jake Allen, Dore Allen, Malcom Allen, Helena ‘Huntress’ Bertinelli, Jeanne Davies, Sasha Procjnow, Miguel Navarro, Anna Navarro, Jesus Acosta, boy in the park, Det. Jared Morillo, refrigerators seller, police boy, Angie Molina, Marty Lipari, accounter at Washburn, taxi agency woman, Dr Wolk, morgue employer, Arkham guard, Viril, QRT technician, Kenny Booker, Rico, Miss Lavelle, Det. Hammond, judge, Anthony Beretti, woman and kid on a train, priest, teen stars agency employer, Victor “Cyborg” Stone, Jill, Officer De Carlo, Det. Takahata, Loughridge, medical supplies seller, former associate of Freeze, Arkham doctor, Jeff Braxton, young relative of the Allens, aunt Grace, Violet Allen, older relative of the Alens, uncle Gary, gang member, gang member flying from the stairs, survivor gang member, really young gang member, lawyer, man with a dog, worker removing the bat-signal.    

I tried to be as carefull as possible, but there’s still a chance I might have missed someone and I apologize in advance for this. People who’s background appearance wasn’t arranged in a way they’d be unequivocally recognizable as POCs (i.e. the girls from the S&M club that appear masked and in blue/grey shadows) were not included as well. 

Note: I admit it was very weird for me, an Italian living in Italy, to include the people of Italian origin in this graphic. I decided to insert them following previous discussions on the status of Helena Bertinelli (first generation immigrant) as a WOC, and extended the definition to presumed second/third generation immigrants like Vincent or Mr Beretti, while leaving aside super white-passing people with Italian surname, as rev. Buford’s secretary. Likely, I decided to include jewish Eric Cohen and keep out presumedly scottish-irish Romy Chandler based on previous discussions and various articles I read. I am conscious there is some arbitrariety to all of this, so you are very encouraged to hit my ask box if you feel you have any feedback/thoughts to offer on the matter. 

kanetomojiretsu:

Batman & Robin Adventures #20

kanetomojiretsu:

Batman & Robin Adventures #20

lev-y:

GCPDoodles, the ugliest part XD
(plus, short note on decomposition that none of you really wished to know but was somehow fitting the context)

lev-y:

GCPDoodles, the ugliest part XD

(plus, short note on decomposition that none of you really wished to know but was somehow fitting the context)

thehappysorceress:

Commissioner Gordon card by Matias Streb

thehappysorceress:

Commissioner Gordon card by Matias Streb

"My poor, poor puddin’."

Harvey you have such a touch with sensitive moments like this, no really! 

j0bbernowl:

Gotham Central 040

#always reblogging #cause seriously this is exactly the measure of how awesome Renee is # goes as far as scaring that little fucker to actuall tears  #then tears up herself and back off # Renee you are forever my hero

j0bbernowl:

Gotham Central 040

#always reblogging #cause seriously this is exactly the measure of how awesome Renee is # goes as far as scaring that little fucker to actuall tears #then tears up herself and back off # Renee you are forever my hero

ofgodsandvigilantes:

Impromptu Renee Montoya Art Dump.

There’s some Michael Lark, some Bruce Timm, a little Cully Hamner, a dash of J.H. Williams III and a couple of very very talented artists.

thehappysorceress:

Commissioner Gordon by Jamie Fay, color by Kristian Trigwell

thehappysorceress:

Commissioner Gordon by Jamie Fay, color by Kristian Trigwell