Of course there's no telling how the Arrow-verse will introduce Batwoman but it nearly seems like a certainty that if this character is going to play a central role in the upcoming crossover that there's always a chance she gets a series of her own. And they will fight alongside Batwoman, something that Arrow star Stephen Amell is excited about. She'll make her debut during the yearly crossover later in the fall, but an actor for the character wasn't named. Previously, Arrow once name-dropped Bruce Wayne, in an ad-lib suggested by Amell.
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Of course, details about the latest crossover are pretty limited.
Though Batwoman is a title that has been held by several characters since 1956, the most definitive iteration of the character didn't appear until 2006. She is also notable in that she's one of the highest-profile LGBT characters in the comic book world, so it's a big deal to have her coming to TV. Like Supergirl with Superman, she can have adventures of her own while barely brushing shoulders with Batman.More news: Turkey says USA ruling on Turkish banker illegitimate, not credible
In the comics, Batwoman was introduced as a potential love interest for Batman in the Silver Age of comics.
Batwoman has been in dozens of animated shows, usually being a hero and defendant of Gotham city, an idea that Pedowitz brought up in the presentation.More news: Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to urban area