The CW's annual Arrow-verse crossover is introducing a new DC Comics favorite.
"For the very first time appearing, we'll be fighting alongside Batwoman, which is terrific", Amell said.
Next season's Arrowverse crossover event is going to feature an even bigger kick-ass lineup of DC comics superheroes. "I need to leave right now and start filming it".
Batwoman's addition also means that the Arrowverse will expand to include Gotham City, something many fans have been dying to see. The heroine, who was first introduced as Kathy Kane in the July 1956 DC Comics issue Detective Comics #233, is one of a number of powerful vigilantes that keep a watchful eye over the city that houses Arkham Asylum, Blackgate Penitentiary, Iceberg Lounge, Wayne Enterprises, and Wayne Manor. There was no confirmation on which Earth this Gotham is - Arrow recently alluded to the existence of Bruce Wayne and Gotham on its own Earth, but Supergirl has also made references acknowledging its existence on Earth-38. Behind him was a brand new piece of key art, which showed Oliver Queen/Green Arrow (Stephen Amell), Kara Danvers/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), and Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) standing in a burning Gotham City.More news: BJP gets support of independent MLA in Karnataka
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In the modern era, her legacy is taken up by the army brat Kate Kane, a lesbian expelled from West Point due to her sexuality.
Batwoman's involvement in the Arrowverse will be featured in the next big crossover event housed on the network.
But let's talk about Batwoman herself.
The episode is slated to air in December.