It was blatantly obvious the first time Kate met Alice by the way Alice was behaving. I would have thought a lot less of the show if they didn't reveal it by the end of the episode.I'm surprised they did the big reveal of the "dead" sister being the baddy in the Pilot.
What do you mean "baddy"?I'm surprised they did the big reveal of the "dead" sister being the baddy in the Pilot.
Supergirl doesn't even wear a mask, and people that know her closely don't catch wise. I think there must be a genetic mutation for face-blindness in the DC multiverse.So Bruce Wayne and Batman have both been gone for two years, and no one in Gotham has put two and two together.
That's not just an "inept security guard" that's Luke Fox son of Lucius Fox who was very close to Bruce/BatsI was more upset that the inept security guard was in on the Batman secret...
Oh, and that he apparently modified the batsuit to fit Kane in like 5 minutes---and she was an instant expert in all the bat-toys (like the ascender)
Thanks, I was a little confused about the Lucius/Luke connection. I though this may have been a Spider-Man type thing where Aunt May is now much younger.That's not just an "inept security guard" that's Luke Fox son of Lucius Fox who was very close to Bruce/Bats
Yeah, that's a weird thing to be missing and I haven't yet seen clips with it for future episodes but I'm assuming there's an episode where she decides to go for it to help identify her over Batman since it's in the lot of promo material, red wig and red bat emblem are pretty obvious, granted the crossover episode may have been a different Batwoman earth versionAm I mis-remembering something or did Batwoman's cowl have a flaming red wig attached to it when she appeared on the CW's superhero crossover?
I don't think so. I think they ran into her during a voyage across the multiverse...Batwoman is in the same universe as Flash and Green Arrow, right?
I'm not sure that's exactly right.I don't think so. I think they ran into her during a voyage across the multiverse...
The most distracting for me was how young they tried to make Ruby Rose look. Seriously, Kate Kane's face almost looked CGI-modified. Kate Kane is supposed to be, what, 22 or 23-years-old? Guessing based on Beth and her mom dying 15 years ago, and Kate looked 8(?) at the time. I think some of the weird camera focus may be part of trying to make 33-year-old Ruby Rose appear at least a decade younger. This was most apparent a bit later, when she was marvelling (hah!) at the toys in the Batcave. I'm thinking the uncanny valley effect, but in reverse, in that Kate Kane eerily resembled a human-looking robot.Story-wise it more than worked for me but the technical issues were very distracting.