Michael Akins is the mayor of Gotham City and the father of Bryan Akins.


Original multiverse

At some point, Michael Akins had a son named Bryan.[1] Prior to 2018, he became the mayor of Gotham City.[2]

Akins made an appearance at an event held at the Gotham Art Museum, where the city planned to turn off the Bat-Signal. He listened to Catherine Hamilton-Kane's speech about how Batman had left Gotham for good before going to turn off the signal. Just then, the event was attacked by Alice and her Wonderland gang.

In the aftermath, Akins called Commander Jacob Kane of Crows Security to confirm whether they were going ahead with Gotham's Movie in the Park. Indeed going ahead, Kane assured Akins of the event's safety.[2]

Anti-Monitor Crisis

During the Anti-Monitor Crisis, Akins as well as everyone in the multiverse except for the seven Paragons, was killed in an antimatter wave by the Anti-Monitor on December 10, 2019,[3] only to be restored a month later, after the Paragons and the Spectre created a new universe.[4]

New multiverse

Akins' press conference on Terrier.

At a press conference, Akins tried to quiet the population of Gotham City's worries about the threats of a cyberterrorist, Terrier. However, the transmission was hijacked by Terrier, with Akins' face covered by the hacker's avatar and his credit card number leaked.

Later, Akins was convinced by Sophie Moore that Alice should be her prisoner to interrogate for the location of Mouse.[5]

Akins' son, Bryan, was kidnapped by Mouse in order to bargain the freedom of Alice, though he was eventually rescued by Kate Kane and reunited with his father.[1]

During the bomb crisis on Bennet Ave., Akins ordered that anyone within a 1-mile radius of Bobby Reeves should be evacuated.[6]



Season 1

Behind the scenes

  • In the DC comics, Michael Akins is the former police commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department. In the New 52, he became mayor of Gotham City.


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