Batman has been keeping meticulous score of Kate Kane's failings, and now he reveals when her run as Batwoman will end.
Batwoman is set to join the Arrowverse, and we have some ideas about how the character may arrive in the television universe.
Just as Batwoman prepares to make her jump to live-action in the Arrowverse, DC has confirmed her current comic series is coming to an end.
Batwoman is making her way to the Arrowverse thanks to next year's crossover, and it means things are changing for the CW's DCTV shows.
LEGO has revealed plans to bring Batwoman and Ace the Bat-Hound to their latest Batman LEGO sets, coming to stores this August.
The Many Arms of Death bring a plague that will devour everything Batwoman holds dear! DC Comics’ Batwoman #14 by Marguerite Bennett & Fernando Blanco
Kate must overcome her haunted past to prevent an attack more terrible than any before! DC's Batwoman #13 by Marguerite Bennett & Fernando Blanco.
Batwoman recalls the brutal end of her lost year upon the secret island of Coryana! DC Comics' Batwoman #12 by Marguerite Bennett & Scott Godlewski.
Batwoman must stop Professor Pyg from carving out his sick intentions! DC Comics' Batwoman #11 by Kate Perkins & Scott Godlewski.
Batwoman must embrace the monster within to defeat Scarecrow once and for all! DC's Batwoman #10 by Marguerite Bennett, Fernando Blanco & Marc Laming.
The ban on LGBT characters ended in 1989, but the struggle remains. Here are 8 superheroes who came out, and 7 publishers refuse to admit are queer.
Batwoman must avoid capture by the Many Hands of Death & Colony Prime! DC Comics' Batwoman #9 by Marguerite Bennett & Fernando Blanco.
Batwoman could only count on her mutual-survival pact with her father to hold for so long… DC's Batwoman #8 by Marguerite Bennett & Fernando Blanco.
With their spandex, non-conformism and drama, superheroes make the perfect gay icons. Here are 15 of the biggest!
Colony Prime hates nobody on Earth the way he hates Kate…and the feeling is mutual! DC Comics' Batwoman #7 by Marguerite Bennett & Fernando Blanco.
CBR explores 15 important superhero coming out stories, tracing their impact and how social attitudes have evolved over time.
A terrifying new threat is unleashed on the world! DC Comics' Batwoman #4 by James Tynion IV, Marguerite Bennett & Steve Epting.
Celebrating Pride Month, CBR counts down some of our favorite queer characters to ever grace the comics page!
Can Kate rally every Coryana cutthroat to a common cause? DC Comics' Batwoman #3 by James Tynion IV, Marguerite Bennett & Steve Epting.