'Batwoman' Takes Batman's Mantle In First Trailer

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 18, 2019

The image released by the network shows a look at the Batman suit, which hasn't been worn in some time, as Batman is no longer protecting Gotham City, so Batwoman takes over.

Her father, Jacob Kane, takes on the role of Gotham's new protector with his private security firm, Crows Private Security, and sends his daughter away for her own safety. When she returns, she discovers that her girlfriend Sophie Moore has been captured by a gang. We also run afoul of a high-level security operation called Crow Security, a collective of armed soldiers tasked with "keeping the peace" in Gotham City after Batman's mysterious disappearance.

Elegy, written by Greg Rucka (Wonder Woman) with artwork by J.H. Williams III (Promethea), ran from 2009-2010 and re-envisioned the character of Kate Kane.

Female power rules in the CW's new fall TV series, with heroes including teenage detective Nancy Drew and Batwoman.

Hailing from showrunner-executive producer Caroline Dries, BATWOMAN will air on The CW Sundays at 8 p.m. later this year. As revealed earlier, Ruby Rose goes under the mask to bring Batwoman on the small screen.

A teaser posted on Twitter on May 7 simply said: "Coming soon".

At one point Kate Kane, played by Ruby Rose, is looking at the Bat suit and a nerdy assistant-type says, "The suit is literal perfection".

Fans have been reacting with excitement online. In the time that this article was written, the trailer garnered its latest 6,000 dislikes while the likes just rose by 1,000.

The complete synopsis for Batwoman sheds even more light on Gotham's depressing state and the series as a whole.

"As the original multiplatform network, combining our linear broadcast, and our best in class Ad-supported digital services with our ability to harness social like no one else, The CW's distinct brand and programming strategy perfectly positions this network to grow and thrive in the current media landscape", he added.

Last year, when Rose was announced as the new Kate Kane, she experienced online backlash and ultimately deleted her Twitter account.

"When women and when minorities join forces we are unstoppable. when we tear each other down it's much more hurtful than from any group".

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