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    Yeah but was he a Gotham police officer or transfered from another city or what? Newly appointed or not it would have been nice if he showed up before this episode.

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    I like it. Let's say promotion.
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    I kinda figured it was Jim (in the flashback, in Traction) anyway... i mean, the character design is obviously similar. it was probably intended. i believe that IS Gordon when he was younger, and on the GCPD. it's reminiscent of Batman Begins in a way... there was a similar scene with a young Jim Gordon comforting Bruce as a child in the movie too.
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    there is a scene very similar to that...coincidance?? too much of a coincidance?? hem, hem, mr.matsuda?? help??

    n*e*wayz, if you think about it, bruce was about 9 or 10 in the flashback, making it 15 or 16 years back, so it would have been about the same time that barbara was born.

    just something i noticed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruseri
    I kinda figured it was Jim (in the flashback, in Traction) anyway... i mean, the character design is obviously similar. it was probably intended. i believe that IS Gordon when he was younger, and on the GCPD. it's reminiscent of Batman Begins in a way... there was a similar scene with a young Jim Gordon comforting Bruce as a child in the movie too.
    I was thinking about poating the same thing. It kinda works and does kinda with with Alfred's line about the importance of Gordon in Bruce's life. And, it's not like the B: TAS crew didn't have slight similarities to the movies [Jack Napier being the real name for Joker, a Burton-ish looking Penguin, a blonde Catowman during B: TAS (Later undone when TNBA hit) and maybe even TNBA's neon-colored Riddler and spike-sportin' Bane].
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    Now, that I think about it, could that man in that flashback really have been Gordon. I may be being stupid or navie but does someone's jaw line really change in 15 or so years?
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    Jim Gordon is the young officer that helps Bruce in the Traction episode. It is a coincidence however that the movie did it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matsuda
    Jim Gordon is the young officer that helps Bruce in the Traction episode. It is a coincidence however that the movie did it as well.
    Ah, so it was correct to assume that the young officer was Gordon. Thanks, Mr. Matsuda.
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    Thanks Matsuda, I wondered if that cop was Gordon too. Good to know.

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