GCPD: The Blue Wall (2022)


Still relatively early in her tenure as GCPD commissioner, Renee Montoya sets out to rebuild her department and restore public faith in the historically troubled PD during some of the worst conditions it’s ever seen. But Renee can’t do it alone-in order for her plan to work, everyone from the topmost officials all the way down to the most fresh-faced new officers must contend with the harsh realities of being a symbol of law and order in a city of super-powered saviors and superhuman lawlessness.

From: DC Comics

Notes on This Title

The main character of this title is Renee Montoya, who is Latina and a lesbian. There are depictions of violence, including gun violence, as well as depictions of racist language and actions.

This title is set in the DC universe and the character Two-Face appears; superheroics are otherwise not featured.




“Unflinching in its social commentary of the police force and its handling of violence and race relations, The Blue Wall juxtaposed these themes with the backdrop of one of the DC Universe’s most iconic cities.” (Source: Popverse)


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