Batwoman Elseworlds’ BTS Photo absolute perfection
As we all know, Batwoman will debut in Elseworld. Other than that, people know little about the costume. That’s also because it was overshadowed by the controversy surrounding Ruby Rose’ casting. Now that everyone is over it, its time to acknowledge Batwoman and the actress playing the role.
Elseworlds, the crossover
Elseworlds‘ creators Marv Wolfman and George Pérez are responsible for this amazing crossover that will premiere December 9 this year. This crossover is more of a DC “what if” story. Not only does this mean that these things happen outside the regular story continuity. It also suggests the idea that the multiverse is in danger.
Well, they are. After all, it is confirmed that The Monitor will be there. Who is the Monitor?
Mar Novu, most famous for the title “The Monitor”, is an extraterrestrial being with infinite power. In such cases, when the word “infinite” is present, then good things are bound to happen. On the contrary, an ET having infinite power with a mission that will endanger a multiverse is a bad thing.
CW has serious problems when it comes to photos. Ruby Rose is not an exception to the bungler. In fact, it looks like CGI, which some fans have problems with. It looks edited, which is great for a promotional poster rather than a “first look”. Supergirl, played by Melissa Benoist, calmed many impatient fans when she posted on her Instagram. Finally, this behind the scenes photo gives a true glimpse on Batwoman, as we’ll see on television.
Despite the quite blurry photo, Ruby Rose looks great in her costume. She looks fierce and chic in the body-hugging costume. The red hair framing her face and the classic red lipstick is an accurate representation that pretty sure others won’t have problems with, hopefully.
In contrast to that, Supergirl has a funny expression on her face. Absolutely beautiful as always.
Things you should know about Elseworlds
Elseworlds will not only debut Ruby Rose as Batwoman but also introduce Gotham City. This crossover includes Arrow, Flash, and Supergirl. This time, Legends of Tomorrow won’t be included. Other than that, Elseworlds premiers December 9, followed by The Flash at 8 pm, Arrow on December 10 and conclusion in a Supergirl episode, December 11 on the CW channel.
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