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Bullock also gained his own story arc, "A Bullet for Bullock" by Chuck Dixon.The story is about someone trying to kill him, which was also adapted into an episode for Batman: The Animated Series.There is some ambiguity concerning the character's origins.Writer Doug Moench and artist Don Newton introduced Harvey Bullock in Batman #361 (April 1983) as a device to resolve the ongoing plotline with Gotham City's corrupt mayor Hamilton Hill, and subsequent Who's Who in the DC Universe entries acknowledged this as Bullock's first appearance.Bullock is on the front lines during the "Knightfall" storyline when Arkham empties and its inmates riot through the streets.Bullock takes control when Riddler takes an entire talk show hostage.
He debuted in live action in 2014 on Fox's television series Gotham, where he was portrayed by Donal Logue.His colleagues in the Major Crimes Unit will swear up and down that he is a good cop, despite his reputation for taking bribes, using excessive force, and having ties to organized crime.He is not without endearing qualities, however, including a fondness for doughnuts and a hidden sentimental streak.During the entire case, Bullock plays the part of the "bad cop," intimidating and threatening whoever gets in his way.
At this point, Bullock still wears a regular police uniform. He again works closely with Gordon, as part of a small crew of people Gordon knows he can trust.
This group includes Maggie Sawyer, Harvey Dent, and Detective Cohen as they try to bring down Sal Maroni.