Ahead of its third season premiere on October 13, Batwoman: The Complete Second Season made its arrival on both Blu-ray and DVD. The series had its work cut out following the departure of Ruby Rose after the first season. How do you stay true to the character’s nature while also bringing in a replacement? They did this in two ways, both in bringing in Javicia Leslie as Ryan Wilder and Wallis Day as Kate Kane.…"Batwoman: Season 2 Available on Blu-ray"
Following a shortened first season, Batwoman: The Complete First Season is now available for fans to bring home on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Fans that buy the first season on Blu-ray will also get a bonus disc featuring the entire Crisis on Infinite Earths cross-over. This limited disc–and the Crisis bonus content–are exclusive to the Blu-ray. The set alone is worth it for those episodes although you’ll end up with multiple copies if you plan…"Batwoman: The Complete First Season"
Rachel Skarsten and Paul Amos spoke with Solzy at the Movies yesterday morning about this weekend’s virtual fan convention, HOMECON. HOMECON is taking place this weekend. The publicist was just telling me that you came up with the idea 11 days ago. Paul Amos: Indeed we did. Rachel Skarsten: That’s about right. Paul Amos: It’s been a bit of a whirlwind since then. Rachel Skarsten: Yeah. Which one of you came up with the idea…"Rachel Skarsten, Paul Amos talk HOMECON"
Batwoman makes her mark by getting her own series after making her initial appearance during the Arrowverse crossover last season. There are some mild spoilers here. While we were previously introduced to Kate Kane (Ruby Rose), the pilot takes more of an approach in terms of an actual origin story. Kate climbs her way out of the water while we see flashbacks of the day her mother, Gabrielle, and sister, Beth, died. What we see…"Batwoman: The Pilot"