Outside of the fact that we know Batwoman will be a part of the Arrowverse's next big crossover later this fall, there is actually very little we know about the character. In fact, we didn't even know where she is set to make her live-action debut. On Supergirl? The Flash? The crossover episodes themselves?
Well, it turns out that Kate Kane may actually debut in an upcoming episode of Arrow.
The good people over at The Hashtag Show have gotten their hands on some character breakdowns for some new arrivals is Season 7 of the Green Arrow series, and one of them certainly sounds familiar. First, there is a new male character said to be "physically intimidating" named "Dover," a 30 year-old female mercenary by the name of "Leah" and a 30-something diverse female character named "Angeline."
The character breakdown for Angeline reveals some interesting details. It states that she is "a diverse woman in her 30s, she is a fierce fighter despite of her smaller stature. Not only is she experienced in stealth, “Angeline” is able to wipe out buildings filled with foes all by herself before she is gone like a ghost. It will be made very clear that “Angeline” thinks incredibly highly of her work."
First of all, it's important to note that the names used in the character breakdowns are often changed in order to keep the identity of these new arrivals a secret. For all we know, Dover, Leah and Angeline may all be characters from the comic books.
As for "Angeline," it certainly sounds like she has the skills of a member of the bat-family to us. As Batwoman, Kate Kane is one of the best hand-to-hand combatants of the DC Universe, and her military training makes her a tactical force to be reckoned with -- meaning that someone like her would have no trouble taking out an entire building's worth of enemies. On top of it all, stealth skills are a must for any ally of Batman, which seems to all but guarantee that Batwoman will debut on Arrow when the series returns for its next season.
Returning this fall to The CW, Arrow stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, Rick Gonzalez as Wild Dog, Echo Kellum as Mr. Terrific, Juliana Harkavy as Black Canary and Katie Cassidy as Black Siren.