The CW has unveiled our first look at Ruby Rose in her Colleen Atwood-designed Batwoman supersuit - and it looks very comic book accurate with the Bat-symbol, the cape, and, of course, Kate Kane's patented long red hair. And let's just say, her wonderful costume will likely make fans everywhere busy trying to replicate it for Halloween in a few weeks. She's an "out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence". With her direct connection to Bruce Wayne and his recent name drop in Arrow, it seems like DC's other most famous hero is getting ever closer to hitting the streets of Star City... but with Batwoman around, who needs him? The network is now developing a stand-alone series for Batwoman and if everything goes without a hitch, we can expect to see Batwoman kicking ass on her own next year.
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And just last week, on being confronted by the media, he said he had answered the questions about it 10 years ago. Apparently, Tanushree is also expected to take the press conference in the coming days to talk about the issue.
Rose's Batwoman is the first gay superhero to take a leading role in a television series. If the project makes it to series, Batwoman will be the first gay lead character in a live-action superhero TV show. Critics hailed the casting as "perfect", and Rose described the role as a "childhood dream". Fans drove the actress off Twitter after news of her casting broke, saying that she wasn't well-suited for the part. "I came out at 12?" she tweeted before her exit. "But hey/ love a challenge I just wish women and the LGBT community supported each other more, My wish was we were all a little kinder and more supportive of each other..." "I go all the way back to Dawson's Creek", Berlanti told The Hollywood Reporter, referencing a kiss between two males characters on the hit WB series for which he served as showrunner.