He’s spent most of his career protecting California — first as an angsty teen on The O.C. and more recently as a cop on South LAnd, but it seems Benjamin McKenzie‘s next stop is Gotham as a young James “Jim” Gordon. This isn’t McKenzie’s first rodeo either, as he voiced a young Bruce Wayne in Warner Bros. Animation’s 2011 Batman Year One animated feature, which adapted the comic of the same name by writer Frank Miller, artist David Mazzucchelli, colorist Richmond Lewis and letterer Todd Klein.
It’s going to be just a little late for Halloween, but on November 15, San Francisco is going to transform into Gotham City for a day and a 5-year-old named Miles will be its Batman.
That’s what the little Dark Knight, who has leukemia, told the Make-a-Wish Foundation he wants, and the plan is to fill his day with fighting bad guys such as The Riddler and The Penguin.
By Chris Sims
If you’ve taken a spin through the toy aisle lately, you’ve probably already noticed just how much comics-related LEGO stuff is out there now. In addition to their usual lines of spacemen, pirates and knights, everyone’s favorite Danish building blocks have sets based on Marvel, DC, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and even Spongebob Squarepants.
LEGO builder oLaF left that last one out, but in an amazing diorama showing the Joker rampaging through a city in a custom-built mech suit, he threw in just about everything else.
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