The CW's Arrowverse steps up its costume game with the first look at Ruby Rose as Batwoman. Let's see how it compares to the comics source material.
The first-look image of Ruby Rose as Batwoman erases any ambiguity, giving fans the first real look at the Arrowverse's Gotham City.
As filming on the Arrowverse crossover 'Elseworlds' begins, The CW unveiled the first look at Ruby Rose's Kate Kane in her full Batwoman costume.
Arrowverse producer Greg Berlanti addresses the backlash against casting Ruby Rose as Batwoman in the upcoming crossover.
Supergirl star Melissa Benoist comments on how Kara and Kate Kane/Batwoman will get along in this year's Arrowverse crossover.
Superman and Lois Lane having a role in this season's Arrowverse crossover indicates Batwoman will be introduced on Supergirl's Earth.
On Twitter, Arrow actor Stephen Amell made a curious remark, leading some to believe Ruby Rose has already put on the Batwoman costume.
Days after being cast as Batwoman, Ruby Rose has quit Twitter following fan backlash over her casting.
After the announcement that Ruby Rose will come to the CW to play Batwoman, leading man Stephen Amell welcomes the actress into the family.
While appearing on The Tonight Show, Ruby Rose detailed how personal and emotional her casting as The CW's Batwoman is.
Batwoman co-creator Greg Rucka addresses the casting of Ruby Rose as Kate Kane as the Arrowverse's newest Caped Crusader.
According to Ruby Rose, Batwoman is the type of role she wished she'd gotten to see when she was a young person coming up in the LGBT community.
A new report states The CW is looking to fill the role of Batwoman with an LGBT actor of any ethnicity.
Batwoman will make her Arrowverse debut in next season's mega-crossover, but Legends of tomorrow will not be part of the event.
Does the fact that The CW is developing a Batwoman television series mean Arrow is on its way out? Perhaps.