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"Lost Boys": Jim Gordon hunts down a man named Roy Blount he believes to be the Peter Pan Killer, a child murderer he chased in his early days. Still dealing with the return of his son, James, Jr., he remembers the day James Jr. was
- The snow always makes me restless -- the way it buries everything. All I can think about is the footprint in the alley filling with white. The cotton thread on the windowsill loosening with every icy drip. Clues lost. They come at me in winter, the unsolved ones. The ones I couldn't crack.
- -- James Gordon
Appearing in "Lost Boys"
- Commissioner Gordon (Flashback and main story)
- Harvey Bullock (Flashback only)
- James Gordon, Jr. (Flashback only)
- Roy M. Blount, The Peter Pan Killer (Flashback and main story)
- Barbara Eileen (Flashback only)
- Barbara Gordon (Flashback only)
- Bess Keller (First appearance) (Dies in flashback)
- Commissioner McKeever (Flashback only)
- The Dealer (Mentioned only)
- Gotham City Police Department
- Sarah Essen (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Lost Boys"
Jim Gordon hunts down a man named Roy Blount he believes to be the Peter Pan Killer, a child murderer he chased in his early days. Still dealing with the return of his son, James, Jr., he remembers the day James Jr. was accused of murdering a girl named Bess Keller. Bess had been one of Barbara's friends, and she disappeared in the woods while they were on vacation. Barbara claims to have seen James, Jr. carrying Bess' keychain but this was never proven. When Gordon finally takes down Blount, Blount implies that he murdered Keller in an act of revenge. Batman appears to take care of the criminal, and confirms that James Jr. was also not responsible for the birds being released.
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- Barbara Gordon explicitly refers to James Gordon, Jr. as her step-brother.
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