The CW's annual Arrow-verse crossover is introducing a new DC Comics favorite.
Believe it or not, none other than Batwoman will be introduced in this fall's Arrowverse crossover! For the very first time appearing, we'll be fighting alongside Batwoman, which is terrific. "The crossover is going to make it to air in December".
Batwoman has undergone several incarnations in the DC Comics universe, first appearing in Detective Comics #233 in 1956.
Batwoman is Katherine Kane, a vigilante who operates in Gotham City.
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Kathy Kane was later dropped as a character by DC in 1964 when editor Julius Schwartz decided that he wanted to take the Batman books in a different direction. Kate is also one of the first LGBT members of the Bat Family.
After seeing the heroes of the Arrowverse contend with an immortal, an alien invasion, and Nazis from a parallel Earth in recent years, I'm all for seeing something more grounded this time around, awesome as those other events were.
But let's talk about Batwoman herself. It's written by Marguerite Bennett, with pencils by Fernando Blanco, Steve Epting, and Stephanie Hans.
While the Arrowverse may hesitate from using the words "Batman" or "The Joker" (after all, Gotham isn't even allowed to use the latter), it does seem as though they are throwing Batwoman into the mix. We're looking forward to it!