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    Even though hes just a cop in the Arkham Knight video game, I like Aaron Cash and his connection to Killer Croc.
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    Steve "Shotgun" Smith from Detective Comics #428 (October 1972):




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    Quote Originally Posted by exile001 View Post
    Her picture was on what seemed to be a memorial wall in GCPD in an early Batwoman issue. Hopefully, this can be ignored.
    It wasn't a memorial wall, just a photo wall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caivu View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by exile001 View Post
    Her picture was on what seemed to be a memorial wall in GCPD in an early Batwoman issue. Hopefully, this can be ignored.
    It wasn't a memorial wall, just a photo wall.


    from Batwoman #1 (November 2011), though the issue was originally expected to be out in April 2011.

    from "Special Sneak Preview" DC included in several March 2011 titles:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post


    from Batwoman #1 (November 2011), though the issue was originally expected to be out in April 2011.

    from "Special Sneak Preview" DC included in several March 2011 titles:
    Okay, and...? Nothing in there contradicts what I said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caivu View Post
    Okay, and...? Nothing in there contradicts what I said.
    Did I say anybody was right or wrong here?

    I just showed the pages being discussed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phonogram12 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by exile001 View Post
    I'd give a little love to Joe Potato, too.
    Joe Potato was awesome.
    I posted this in a different thread, but . . .



    Joe Potato - from Who's Who in the DC Universe #10 (June 1991)


    from Detective Comics #594 (Winter 1988)

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    Mackenzie Bock - First appearance is Detective Comics #681 (January 1996):

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    Quote Originally Posted by t hedge coke View Post
    Who're the best of the GCPD? Who don't you like?

    Bock, Sawyer, Gordon... Those created for Batman comics, or like Bullock and Montoya ported in from cartoons or other comics... Who's had the best showings, who grabs you, who do you really not miss at all?
    By the way, if by "Sawyer" we're talking Maggie Sawyer, she wasn't originally a Gotham City cop.

    She was first on the force in Metropolis, as seen in her original appearance in Superman #4 (April 1987):


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    Crispus Allen - First appearance is Detective Comics #742 (March 2000):



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    Quote Originally Posted by teej View Post
    I liked Shotgun Smith quite a bit. The toughest cop in Gotham, preceding Bullock by a couple of years, had a pretty interesting backstory and made a good supporting character when Dixon brought him back in the Robin series.

    I think I remember Rucka using him in an issue during his first 'Tec run.
    It looks like that may have been in issue #755 (April 2001) during Jim Gordon's Retirement Dinner?




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    NOTE: Part of this was also posted in another thread.

    Josie Mac first appeared as a back-up feature starting in Detective Comics #763 (December 2001).


    She later appeared in Gotham Central (starting with issue #9, cover-dated September 2003).


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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    It looks like that may have been in issue #755 (April 2001) during Jim Gordon's Retirement Dinner?

    I miss Sasha so much...I know she's not a cop, and that she's technically back from Rucka's Wonder Woman run, but...she was such a great character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t hedge coke View Post
    Who're the best of the GCPD? Who don't you like?

    Bock, Sawyer, Gordon... Those created for Batman comics, or like Bullock and Montoya ported in from cartoons or other comics... Who's had the best showings, who grabs you, who do you really not miss at all?
    Gordon. I love him so much.

    Sarah Essen-Gordon. I still hate Joker for what he did.

    Montoya - I love her as both Question and cop.

    I liked Romy and the rest of the Gotham Central crew, too. Akins was okay, but he's too associated with War Games for me to love him.

    It's funny that this thread was started during Batman Eternal, and so many cops have come back since then...
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    Lt. Stan Kitch was a member of the GCPD back in the 1990s.


    - from Batman Secret Files #1 (October 1997)


    It looks like his first appearance may have been in Detective Comics #596 (January, 1989).


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