• San Francisco Gotham: The Conservatory of Flowers

    Originally erected in 1879, the elegant botanical haven is the perfect lair for Poison Ivy.    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: The Roxie Theater

    So many elegant theaters to choose from, but this funky old movie house might be the most likely site for a young Bruce Wayne to see Zorro with his parents...    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: Grace Cathedral

    The mysterious Gothic architecture is a natural - and we can just see The Riddler creating a human board game in its labyrinth.    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: Cupid's Span

    It's really a colossal public-art piece by Claes Oldenberg and Coosje van Bruggen, but come on: Deadshot, right?    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: The Joker's Henchman?

    The streets here are filled with folks who could be supervillans ... or just cosplayers.    See the Image

  • The Mayor

    Sorry, Ed Lee. Though Gavin Newsom has left City Hall to serve as California's Lieutenant Governor, but he's the perfect candidate for that handsome city servant who you think you can trust... or can…   See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: The California Academy of Science

    The revolutionary green roof of the science museum in Golden Gate Park would make the perfect "underground" BatCave.    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: Fort Funston

    If Bruce Wayne were looking for a way to use his cape to give the illusion of flying, surely he'd call in the hang gliders of the Fellow Feathers.    See the Image

  • First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy at MLK Jr.'s Funeral

    On April 9, 1968, Kennedy walked the three-mile funeral procession from Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church to Morehouse College, which was Rev. King's alma mater.    See the Image

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Funeral Procession

    Author Jessica Handler watched the funeral procession of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with her parents in Atlanta on April 9, 1968.   See the Image