|Alias(es)|| Jim Gordon|
|Appeared in|| Batman|
Batman & Robin
Commissioner Gordon regards the Batman as a rumor at best and vigilante at worst, though later, he and the citizens of Gotham publicly acknowledge his usefulness, and receive from him the gift of the Bat-signal.
When the Penguin has Batman framed for murder, it is implied Gordon is not entirely convinced, as he was not willing to use lethal force in order to apprehend him, and publicly refers to Batman's batarang in the crime scene as "purely circumstantial".
Gordon is shown to be fairly acquainted with Bruce Wayne and know each other very well, judging by the conversation they have about Dick Grayson.
Gordon continues to collaborate with Batman, whenever possible, calling him either with a Bat signal (this time Batman comes directly to the source of the signal and talks to Gordon) or by video connection.
- Batman - Ally.
- Robin - Ally.
- The Joker - Enemy.
- The Penguin - Enemy.
- Catwoman - Enemy.
- The Riddler - Enemy.
- Harvey Dent/Two-Face - Friend turned enemy.
- Mr. Freeze - Enemy.
- Poison Ivy - Enemy.
- Bane - Enemy.
- Burtonverse (4 films)
- This Gordon plays only a minimal role compared to his role in other media.
- Gordon's wife briefly appears in Batman, but isn't seen or mentioned in the sequels.
- Although Barbara Gordon is his daughter in the comics, in Batman & Robin, her name is changed to Barbara Wilson and she is Alfred Pennyworth's niece.