Gotham Knights: Chapter 2Although the "Narrows disaster" was a scourge on the city of Gotham's history, not every citizen who called the Narrows home suffered because of it. In fact, Oswald C. Cobblepot, bar owner and semi-legitimate businessman, was raking in money hand over fist. As owner and proprietor of The Iceberg Lounge, the finest seafood restaurant and market in Gotham City, O.C. was respected, if not loved, in the Gotham business in community. However, O.C. Cobblepot had a secret. You see, in the seafood business, many ships from ports of call from all over the world visit you dock on a daily basis. And if one of those ships happened to be carrying, say, Russian- made AK-47's or Chinese artillery, who was Mr. Cobblepot to keep these wonderful toys from the hands of those willing to pay the most dearly for it? And if one of Gotham's finest happened to place a wager at his sports book, why wouldn't he then call that officer and ask for a favor in return for his debt being wiped away? You see, as a younGotham Knights: Chapter 2 by ~chaselanez
Gotham Knights: Chapter 1Context: A fan fiction story based in the "Nolanverse" that i wrote a few years ago and decided to post here at DA.Gotham Knights: Chapter 1 by ~chaselanez
Here goes nothing lol.
Commissioner Jim Gordon was not having a good day. Between the ever-expanding manhunt for Batman, now sitting atop the somewhat illustrious "Gotham's Most Wanted" list, his problems at home, and the ever-closer celebration for Gotham's annual "Founder's Day celebration," for which he was both on the director's board AND head of security, Gordon hadn't had a day off in quite some time. And now, with the always-present rumors that "he" was plotting his breakout of Arkham Asylum, the commissioner's office had elevated its own level of activity to dangerously high levels.
"I just don't have enough people," Gordon observed to himself as he watched his hardworking but hopelessly undermanned crew of police staffers bustle about their days with dogged determination and a nearly unbreakable sense of duty. Ever since the disappearance of Batman, his patrol of