ByTom Cox, writer at Creators.co
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Tom Cox

In the wake of the news yesterday that J.K. Simmons would be sporting the mustache of Commissioner Jim Gordon in forthcoming Justice League: Part One, a talented artist has created a stunning projection of what he'll probably look like.

Australian digital don BossLogic a.k.a. Kode A was commissioned by Comicbook to create the image of the Gotham City policeman. Comicbook reasons that since Affleck is playing an older Batman in the Zack Snyder-directed film, the commissioner will also have greyed.

Gordon cover art in 2010 for 'Bruce Wayne: The Road Home: Commissioner Gordon #1':

The character debuted in 1939 in Detective Comics, alongside Batman's first appearance. He is an ally of Batman — the two sharing a commitment to crime-fighting. In the older stories he is almost dependent on the Bat, while in most modern stories he is more detached and ready to criticize the vigilante. He has taken on several looks throughout the years:

Pat Hingle as Gordon in 'Batman' (1989):

Gary Oldman as Gordon in 'Batman Begins' (2005):

Brand spanking new Gordon, courtesy of BossLogic:

Do you think Simmons will bring IT to the role?

Sources: Comic Book, Boss Logic

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