The CW command finally a series Batwoman
If at the cinema, DC Comics seems to finally take the bull by the horns with the release of Aquaman, the television, his life is very different since it does not have a lot of worries. Even as he prepares to expand his universe.
Yes, because it’s good, we spend our days to say that DC Comics has betrayed his fans, and just about everything that the planet of living organisms with the Justice League and Suicide Squad, we don’t stop to say that the DCEU is not gonna work out and it is a bit to dramatize the reality. Because there is another facet of this universe in which you never think about, and it is the one of the television.
Then, of course, what happens to the tv is not connected with what happens in the movies, but it is clear that, when it comes to series, DC and Warner are doing much better than on the big screen. There has to see the success of series like Arrow, The Flash or Supergirl to be convinced. And, in this small world, there is a big tradition : every year is the opportunity of a new crossover between all of these programs.
Except that in 2018, it was more important than the other because it marked the appearance of a new character intended to have its own series : Batwoman. We talk about it for a few months, it is known as Ruby Rose takes on the costume and the first pictures are of course freaking out but our fears will not change, the set arrives.
A costume, uh… how to say…
It is necessary to believe that the crossover of this year, Elseworlds, has met the leaders as we learn through the site’s Variety, the CW, the broadcaster, has to authorize the construction of a driver for Batwoman, however, without specifying at what date it should be released. This means that we will have well right to the tv series.
We remind you that the Batwoman is a small bet for the studio since it introduces us to Kate Kane, fighting urban openly lesbian, which takes the costume to combat all that Gotham account of rots, while facing his inner demons at the same time. Big program what. If the prospect of a series about a super-heroine lesbian enchants us at the highest point, we remain suspicious because it is when Warner behind the project, and the CW is clearly oriented teens, and they are not known to be one of the most progressive and the most subtle of the world…
Nice photos of the cosplay at the last Comic-Con