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CW’s Batwoman Poster released at Comic-Con, new Bat-Signal and Ruby Rose looks Amazing

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    The CW network is again making headlines for their upcoming Batwoman TV series. Batwoman debuted on CW with a special appearance in the Elseworlds crossover show. The showrunners are making sure to not miss any moment to generate hype for the Batwoman show. A brand new poster for the DC superhero was released ahead at the San Diego comic-con.

    It features Ruby Rose who plays the character of Kate Kane aka Batwoman standing near a brand new bat signal. The sky is tinted red which is the color she mostly adapts when acting as Batwoman. Let us have a look at all the information we have about the Batwoman TV series and its importance for Arrowverse.

    Batwoman: Trailer and Release Date

    Batwoman Poster released at Comic-Con

    The first trailer for the Batwoman TV show was released in May and it garnered a lot of attention. There are reports that CW might drop some new footage at the upcoming SDCC to the attending fans. Batwoman will fight against the Alice and the Wonderland Gang in the first season as per the trailer footage.

    The Batwoman show will premier from October 6 on the CW network. Caroline Dries, Greg Berlanti, and David Nutter are the minds behind the writing and the direction of the show. The cast includes Ruby Rose as the titular character along with Rachel Skarsten, Camrus Johnson, Dougray Scott, Elizabeth Anweis and Nicole Kang.

    Future of Arrow-Verse

    Arrow will reportedly end with the season 8 which will also come out during this fall. The Flash is also in its sixth season and might not run much longer. Supergirl is also running out of plotlines and doesn’t have much time left before it is cancelled.

    In such times, Batwoman has to save the future of Arrow-verse along with Gotham City. The Arrow-verse will always continue to make more shows as the older ones are ended. Batwoman currently has the potential to be their main show, it all depends on how the public responds to it.

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