Batwoman [dt./OV]. Staffel 1. ()IMDb 3, "Batwoman" ist eine Serie aus dem Arrowverse. Die Adaption der DC Comics dreht sich um Batmans Nachfolgerin in Gotham City. Unser Episodenguide hat. Batwoman ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie aus dem Hause The CW um die titelgebende Superheldin von DC. Ruby Rose schlüpft in die Rolle der.
Batwoman (Fernsehserie)Batwoman: In der im Arrowverse angesiedelten Serie „Batwoman“ steht Bruce Waynes Cousine Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) im Mittelpunkt des Geschehens. Katherine "Kate" Kane ist die fiktive Superheldin Batwoman aus den Comics von DC Comics. Im Gegensatz zu anderen "Bat" Helden wie Robin oder Batgirl. Batwoman [dt./OV]. Staffel 1. ()IMDb 3,
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No Origins titles have been presented for Kate Kane; her fictional backstory is presented in Detective Comics through the use of exposition and flashbacks.
In their early childhood, Katherine Rebecca "Kate" Kane and her sister Elizabeth "Beth" Kane were identical twins and were very close to each other.
Their parents were career soldiers in the United States Army , and the twins were raised at least partially in Fort Bragg , North Carolina.
On the twins' twelfth birthday, Jacob could not come home to celebrate with them due to a security crisis, so Kate and Beth were taken by their mother, Gabrielle "Gabi" Kane, to the Grand Place for chocolate and waffles, their favorite dish.
On the way to the restaurant, a group of gunmen attacked the family and took them hostage, killing their bodyguard in the process.
After learning of her family's kidnapping, Jacob Kane led a rescue mission to save his captured family, which ended with Kate's mother executed and Beth apparently killed after being caught in the crossfire between the kidnappers and soldiers.
Kate attends the United States Military Academy , where she receives excellent grades, performs well in physical fitness and sports, earns prestigious awards, and achieves the rank of Brigade Executive Officer in her senior year; she also maintains a secret romantic relationship with her roommate, Sophie Moore.
However, when she is anonymously accused of homosexual conduct, Kate's commanding officer asks her to disavow the allegation on account of her outstanding record, mentioning that if she does, she will be demoted but still be able to graduate.
Telling the officer that she refuses to lie and violate the Honor Code of the Academy, Kate admits to being lesbian and is forced to leave the school.
When she confronts her father with the news, he supports her and affirms that she upheld her honor and integrity. Kate then moves back to Gotham City where she attends college and descends into a wild social lifestyle, consisting of parties, heavy drinking, one-night stands, and tattoos.
Kate is eventually pulled over for speeding by a young Renee Montoya, who was just a traffic cop at this point.
The two date for several months but break up following a fight where Renee expresses concern about Kate's lack of direction in her life and Kate berates Renee for keeping her sexuality hidden from her colleagues and family.
While attempting to call Renee and apologize for her behavior, Kate is attacked by a mugger who wants her wallet and cell phone. Using her military training, Kate easily defeats the criminal just as Batman arrives and helps her off the ground.
She is then shown fixated by the Bat Signal as Batman departs the scene. Inspired by her encounter with the caped crusader, Kate sobers up and begins fighting crime using military body armor and weaponry stolen from her father's military base and purchased off the black market ; she operates for close to a year before her father finds out.
After being confronted by Jacob, Kate accepts his offer for assistance and begins an intense two years of training across the globe with some of her father's friends from the special operations community.
Upon returning to Gotham, Kate discovers that her father has created a Batsuit for her, along with an arsenal of experimental weaponry based on Batman's known gadgetry and a bunker hidden in the panic room in Kate's apartment.
The first reference to the modern Batwoman is made by the Penguin in Detective Comics who suggests Batman bring a date to the opening of his club, asking, "Why don't you bring that new Batwoman?
I hear she's kind of hot. In her third appearance in issue 11 of 52 entitled "Batwoman Begins,"  Kane assists Montoya and her partner the Question in a mystery revolving around a warehouse owned by Kane's family.
When Montoya and the Question are attacked sometime later by Whisper A'Daire 's shapeshifting minions, Kane intervenes as Batwoman and rescues them.
In 52 28 ,  after Montoya learns that the "Book of Crime," a sacred text of Intergang , contains a prophecy foretelling the brutal murder of the "twice named daughter of Kane," she and the Question return to Gotham, joining forces with Batwoman in issue 30 in order to avert Intergang's plans.
On Christmas Eve, he gives her an 'official' Batarang. She also celebrates Hanukkah with Renee, and the two kiss shortly before Christmas.
This story introduced some of Kane's background, including the fact that she is Jewish. In issue 48 of 52 ,  when Intergang realizes that the image of Batwoman in the Crime Bible and the cited "twice-named daughter of Cain" were one and the same, they ransack Kane's apartment, kidnapping her with the intention to sacrifice her.
Montoya arrives too late to stop the ritual, finding Kate bound and gagged to an altar as prophet Bruno Mannheim plunges a knife through her heart.
In the ensuing confrontation, the freed Batwoman pulls the knife out of her own chest to stab Mannheim, and then collapses in Renee's arms.
She survives her wounds after Renee stops the bleeding in time, however, and as she recuperates in her penthouse, Renee, disguised in her new alter ego as the Question, shines the Bat-Signal into her apartment and asks, "Are you ready?
Batwoman subsequently appears in the fifty-two issue weekly series Countdown , intended to act as a prelude to DC's summer crossover event the following year.
Batwoman appears in Countdown 39 ,  after the Question confronts Trickster and Pied Piper , having trailed them from the Penguin's Iceberg Lounge nightclub.
Batwoman also makes an appearance in the miniseries Crime Bible: The Five Lessons of Blood  alongside the Question. Batwoman is seen again on the final page of Grant Morrison 's Final Crisis 3 , one month after the Anti-Life Equation was released, as a new Female Fury along with Wonder Woman , Catwoman , and Giganta.
Her costume bears resemblance to the dead Fury Mad Harriet. She is also seen in Final Crisis: Revelations 3 attacking the Question after having just been infected with the Anti-Life Equation.
Following the events of Final Crisis and Battle for the Cowl , in which Bruce Wayne has supposedly died and is replaced by Dick Grayson, Kate becomes the lead of Detective Comics from issue to In the first story, entitled " Elegy ", Batwoman is seen investigating the arrival of a new leader of the Religion of Crime to Gotham.
She briefly meets Batman it is intentionally left ambiguous whether or not it is Dick Grayson or Bruce Wayne  to discuss her findings.
Kate demonstrates greater knowledge of the Religion of Crime, and even corrects Batman by saying there are 13 and not 12 covens of the religion in Gotham.
Batman concedes the case to her, and comments on the length of her hair though panels on the same page reveal the long red wig hides her actual hair, styled short.
Aspects of her personal life are also revealed, including her relationship with her ex-colonel father; serving as Batwoman's ally, whom she addresses as "sir.
Her lateness and night time absences are interpreted by her girlfriend as an on the side liaison with another woman. She breaks the relationship off as she believes Kate is not ready to commit to an exclusive relationship.
A past traumatic incident is also alluded to which she claims still haunts her. As she vaguely describes the experience, her face is shown superimposed on the page over a restrained girl with a bag over her head.
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