Batwoman’s Alice has the potential to swing around for seasons to get in pure Arrowverse knave form.
A Villain Captured Or Dead!
Batwoman‘s newest chapter, “Through the Looking-Glass,” closes with Alice bolted in a high-security, practically inescapable block of Arkham Asylum. Though if the Arrowverse has informed observers anything, it is only because a knave is arrested or dead, it does not imply they are closed on the show. It would be interesting to see a connection between Alice and Kate’s resume after her imprisonment. Like Reverse-Flash in The Flash, Alice could become an image each season, which could improve in developing the design or roles. Possibly Alice and Kate could produce a Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling example of the relationship.
Strongly United together
Alice and Batwoman are so intrinsically attached which is keeping Alice on the show would be exciting to follow, even if she nevermore responds as a dominant player again. Just like she functions now, she could resume being an essential mirror for Kate to see herself in and ponder upon. In “Through the Looking-Glass,” Kate says she is not assured of who she is now but understands she does not need to be Alice. By following Alice around on the sides of the show, all of Kate’s sad past, bad choices, and early impressions also wait for the present within the program.
A Shame To Never See Alice Again
Alice is a happy, tragic, wild, flashy nature that adds a real touch of style and appearance to the program overall. It would be a disgrace never to recognize her over. Probably, the show follows her around like other Arrowverse displays have done with knaves in the past. The series broadcasts on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET or PT on The CW.