If you are not living under a rock you already know that CW recently cast Ruby Rose to play Batwoman in the upcoming annual Arrowverse crossover between The Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow. The famous artist Bosslogic just uploaded his interpretation of what Batwoman could look like in her debut, on twitter. You can check the full image below:

“Soon! #arrowverse @rubyrose #batwoman @TheCW”

The character has really popular among the fans since her debut in the DC’s new 52 weekly series, especially her costume being one the most popular aspect of her character in her early run in the comics, fans just couldn’t get enough of it. Writers Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams took her character to the next level with their run, filling out character’s history and giving us some really interesting stories, which gave her character the boost in popularity she needed.

Kate Kane, since then has been a crucial part of the DC universe, recently playing a huge role in protecting Gotham while leading Batman’s newest team of protectors while holding onto her own solo series, which really shows how far she has come in terms of popularity in such short time.

Now let’s hope her debut in the upcoming CW’s Arrowverse crossover is successful enough so that we, the fans, can get to see her own series as according to some reports Dc and CW already have a pilot episode ready to go.

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