We live in a golden age of live action superhero costumes! Gone are the days of moody black leather. Now superheroes on both the big and small screens get to dress in comics-accurate attire! And it looks great!
Yesterday saw the first official images of the new Batwoman and Red Hood costumes from the second season of the Batwoman TV show and the third season of the Titans TV show respectively.
Here is Javicia Leslie in costume as Ryan Wilder, the new Batwoman.
The Ryan Wilder character recently made her first appearance in the comics. Maybe she’ll become the new Batwoman in comics as well? Time will tell! I think she looks great!
Next up is actor Curran Walters as the Red Hood!
Walters played Jason Todd as Robin in the first two seasons of Titans. I haven’t seen the second season yet, so I don’t know what happened to him. But apparently it was enough for him to go full Red Hood for season 3! I need to start watching that show again. And I never did watch Batwoman to begin with.
To think I live in a day and age where there are so many superhero TV shows that I actively don’t watch some of them! I should be so lucky!
The first trailer for the upcoming Batwoman TV show has arrived and it looks really good! I gave up on the Arrowverse shows years ago, but I’m definitely going back to watch Batwoman.
I’m surprised at how closely they’re following the Batwoman comics. That makes sense, obviously, but I’m just surprised that they care enough about Batwoman to stick close to the comics. Probably shouldn’t be surprised by now, considering we’ve had a solid decade of superhero TV shows and movies.
Either way, Batwoman is coming this fall to The CW! I’mma gonna watch!
Our first official look at The CW’s costumed Batwoman is here, and I think she looks great! That’s actor Ruby Rose under the cowl, and she’ll be debuting later this year in the next big crossover of The CW superhero shows.
Batwoman is also going to get her own series sometime next year, which is pretty darn cool. I’m a big Batwoman fan, and, of course, am a big fan of LGBTQ representation and diversity. I think it was a neat decision to have Batwoman show up in the Arrowverse instead of Batman. It’s a cool choice.
Of course, I stopped watching all Arrowverse shows a year or two ago. They just weren’t for me anymore. If you’re still a fan, by all means, enjoy yourself.
Though I will be checking out all this Batwoman stuff, for sure!
I have stopped watching all of the DC shows on The CW network. I just wasn’t liking them anymore. The Flash had become absolutely painful to watch. But the trailer for this year’s epic crossover looks pretty cool! Maybe I’ll watch just the crossover.
I’m sure I can just whiz through any continuity that I’ve missed. Though I do hear that the new season of Arrow is pretty good.
I’m going to level with you henchies: I’ve stopped watching the DC superhero shows on The CW. Once upon a time, they were my favorite shows! Arrow was great! But I’ve stopped watching all of them, even The Flash. Especially The Flash. Ugh. I just can’t stand the lunacy anymore.
But hey, maybe I’ll give Black Lightning a try when it comes out.
I’ve got no particular interest in Black Lightning as a character. And I’ve got no reason to believe this show will be any different from the crap shows the others have become. But I’m an open-minded fella.