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CW to Introduce Batwoman in Superhero Crossover This Fall

17 May 2018, 10:00 | Myron Mathis

Arrowverse welcomes it's first Bat-family character!

Yes! Batwoman is Finally Joining the Arrowverse!

The Canadian actor, 37, teased the crossover Thursday at the CW upfront event in New York City: "We will be doing another crossover event this fall on The CW [and] we will be introducing a new character", he told TVLine.

"For the very first time appearing, we'll be fighting alongside Batwoman, which is terrific", Amell said. "I need to leave right now and start filming it".

"This is the first time ever that Batwoman make a live-action appearance on any screen", CW President Mark Pedowitz added after Amell's announcement moments ago.

Batwoman, otherwise known as Kate Kane, is one of several vigilantes who protect Gotham City. Furthermore, the current season of Arrow confirmed that Gotham existed in the show's universe when Oliver Queen name-dropped Bruce Wayne while being questioned about whether or not he was the Green Arrow. That show, from Warner Horizon Scripted Television, comes from "Gotham" executive producer/writer Bruno Heller and executive producer/director Danny Cannon, and premieres in 2019. But no more - because the next crossover is heading to Gotham City, and meeting up with a familiar face: Batwoman herself.


The modern iteration of Kate Kane/Batwoman first appeared in 52 #7 by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Ken Lashley in 2006.

Batwoman is finally making her live-action debut as part of an epic crossover event on the CW this winter.

But let's talk about Batwoman herself. No matter what is decided here, it's going to be exciting to see what's next - especially in terms of who is cast and if this could lead to a full-fledged Batwoman series down the road.



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