Written byShubham Dasgupta
However, that isn't stopping the CW to bring in a new Batwoman that can match toe-to-toe with the former night crusader.
This time, the bat-girl will be a woman of color and there will be significant changes in her appearance to give a fresh start to this character in Season 2.
Recently, the DC FanDome panel gave a long-pending list of clarifications to fans wanting to know what lies ahead for their favorite series after Rose left her role as Batwoman post completion of the first season.
Showrunner Caroline Dries, present with other actors returning for the second season, maintained that Javicia Leslie will take it over from Rose as Ryan Wilder, the new Batwoman.
To recall, Rose had announced her exit from the show in May.
She didn't clarify the reason immediately and had uploaded an emotional video on Instagram paying respect to her own stint as the first LGBTQ live-action superhero character.
Months later, reports said long shooting hours and her return to the sets just days after a stunt injury were the prime reasons for exit.
Like Rose, Javicia is also setting a benchmark in broadening racial scope for superhero characters as she plays the first Black Batwoman.
"In May I did an interview and I said, 'Well one of my future goals and one of my biggest dreams is to become a superhero'... And then a month later I become the first black Batwoman," Javicia said in the panel.
Treating the bat suit as a silhouette of Kate Kane, Javicia said her Batwoman will have the natural textured hair, and will don an evolved suit.
Javicia will essay the role of a drug transporter with a troubled childhood.
She is an undisciplined, brutal fighter battling the system as she brushes close with Gotham Police and becomes Batwoman.
The Season 2 will premiere in 2021.
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