The takeaway here? Don't be holding your breath for a Batman cameo on the newly-announced Batwoman series, which is all about openly gay crime-fighter Kate Kane rising up to become Gotham's newfound symbol of hope.
The Batwoman series is in development for the 2019-2020 season, with executive producer/writer Caroline Dries at the helm, as well as executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Geoff Johns. The character will make her first appearance in the network's latest four-way Arrowverse crossover event, set to air in December. First introduced in Detective Comics #233 and created by Edmond Hamilton and Sheldon Moldoff in 1956, Batwoman has gone through two different incarnations and they're both named Katherine.
U.S. tariffs on China: Trump administration adds $16 billion
The trade balance between the two countries, which is at the center of the tariffs tussle, continued to be in favor of China. There is a mandatory 60-day comment period for industries to ask for exemptions from the tariffs.
According to the character's bio from DC Comics, Kate Kane is a former student in the United States Military Academy.
Ruby Rose has revealed that she been cast as Batwoman for an upcoming TV series in which the superhero will be the first openly lesbian hero on screens.
The CW just announced that the fantastic Ruby Rose would be playing their "new" Batwoman.
Though it has not been explicitly stated, artwork released by Warner Bros suggests she will wear the character's signature black and red costume. Congratulations to all Jewish bats, lesbians, and Ruby Rose lovers! She'll reprise her role as the mute assassin Ares in John Wick 3: Parabellum, and will pop up as Jaxx Herd in the sci-fi action-thriller The Meg later this year. Aside from Arrow, which started it all back in 2012, DC Comics' television universe includes The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow.