‘Gotham’: First Photo of Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock


Fox’s “Batman” prequel “Gotham” has released the first character image of Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock.

The one-hour crime drama explores the origin story of eventual police commissioner James Gordon, who was made famous in the “Batman” tales, and the rogue gallery of villains that made the city of Gotham infamous. Logue’s Bullock is Gordon’s partner and mentor, a rough-around-the-edges old school detective who plays loose with police procedure.

The cast also includes Ben McKenzie as Gordon, Jada Pinkett Smith as sadistic, street smart gangster Fish Mooney and Robin Lord Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot (better known as the Penguin).

“Gotham,” which has a series commitment order from Fox and is based on characters published by DC Entertainment, is executive-produced by Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon for Warner Bros TV. Cannon is directing the pilot episode from a script by Heller.

The next character reveal will be shown Friday on “Gotham’s” social media pages.

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  1. Chelsea says:

    Looks good, hope this new series will be successful as Arrow.

  2. rtburroughs says:

    This character reminds me of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer.

  3. occultology says:

    Donal Logue is always interesting; he was great in “Comic Book Villains” and quietly remarkable in “The Tao of Steve”. It puzzles me why he is not used in more film & TV work…he seems to pop up in something every 8 to 10 years. I hope this show is a hit for him because he deserves one!

    • big daddy D says:

      He was great recently as the heroin addicted special agent on Sons of Anarchy. What a piece of work his character was.

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