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Batwoman (Kate Kane)

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Batwoman (Kate Kane)
is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Kate Kane is a wealthy heiress who becomes inspired by the superhero Batman and chooses, like him, to put her wealth and resources towards a campaign to fight crime as a masked vigilante in her home of Gotham City. Batwoman was introduced in 2006 in the seventh week of the publisher's year-long 52 weekly comic book. Introduced as Kate Kane, the modern Batwoman began operating in Gotham City in Batman's absence following the events of the company-wide crossover Infinite Crisis (2005). This PC Batwoman is a lesbian jew.

The modern character as depicted in comics works relatively independently of Batman, but has gained considerable profile in recent years, both within the DC Comics publishing schedule and the publisher's fictional universe. She since had several runs in her own eponymous Batwoman monthly comic book and has had stints in the lead role in Detective Comics, the flagship Batman comic book for which DC Comics is named. The Kate Kane version of Batwoman was later adapted for the 2016 direct-to-video animated film Batman: Bad Blood. Ruby Rose portrays the character in her live-action debut during The CW's 2018 Arrowverse crossover "Elseworlds". Rose is set to star in her own television series set in the Arrowverse. She will also be part of the crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths.

 

Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)

Batgirl is the name of several fictional characters appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, depicted as female counterparts to the superhero Batman. Although the character Betty Kane was introduced into publication in 1961 by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff as Bat-Girl, she was replaced by Barbara Gordon in 1967, who later came to be identified as the iconic Batgirl. Depicted as the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner James Gordon, she debuted in Detective Comics #359, titled "The Million Dollar Debut of Batgirl!" (1967) by writer Gardner Fox and artist Carmine Infantino. As Batgirl, the character operates primarily in Gotham City, allying herself with Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, as well as other prominent heroes in the DC Universe.

Batwoman and BatgirlBatgirl makes regular appearances in Detective Comics, Batman Family and several other books produced by DC until 1988. That year, she appears in Barbara Kesel's Batgirl Special #1, in which she retires from crime-fighting. She subsequently appears in Alan Moore's graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke where, in her civilian identity, she is shot by the Joker and left paraplegic. Although she is recreated as the computer expert and information broker Oracle by editor Kim Yale and writer John Ostrander the following year, her paralysis sparked debate about the portrayal of women in comics, particularly violence depicted toward female characters.

In the 1999 crossover No Man's Land, the character Helena Bertinelli, known as Huntress, briefly assumes the role of Batgirl until she is stripped of the identity by Batman for violating his stringent codes. Within the same storyline, writer Kelley Puckett and artist Damion Scott introduce the character Cassandra Cain, written as the daughter of assassins David Cain and Lady Shiva; she takes the mantle of Batgirl under the guidance of Batman and Oracle. In 2000, she became the first Batgirl to star in an eponymous monthly comic book series, in addition to becoming one of the most prominent characters of Asian descent to appear in American comics. The series was canceled in 2006, at which point during the company-wide event One Year Later, she is established as a villain and head of the League of Assassins. After receiving harsh feedback from readership, she is later restored to her original conception. However, the character Stephanie Brown, originally known as Spoiler and later Robin, succeeds her as Batgirl after Cassandra Cain abandons the role.

Stephanie Brown became the featured character of the Batgirl series written by Bryan Q. Miller from 2009 to 2011. DC subsequently relaunched all their monthly publications during The New 52 event. In the revised continuity, Barbara Gordon recovers from her paralysis following a surgical procedure and stars in the relaunched Batgirl series written by Gail Simone as the title character. As Batgirl, Barbara Gordon has been adapted into various media relating to the Batman franchise, including television, film, animation, video games, and other merchandise. This factored into the decision to return her to the comic book role, as Dan DiDio, co-publisher of DC Comics, expressed that she is the best-known version of the character.

 

Batwoman & Batgirl Movies

Alicia Silverstone was Barbara Wilson/Batgirl in Batman & Robin. Her parents had previously died in a car accident. Alfred, her uncle, was very close to her mother, Margaret. As she is Alfred's niece and is an orphan, Barbara is not Commissioner Gordon's daughter like in the comics, hence why her surname is Wilson instead of Gordon.

Batgirl Rises

Batgirl Rises (2015)

The Batgirl Rises fan film is a not-for-profit creative work of "fan fiction". It is not affiliated with, sponsored by or approved by DC Comics nor Warner Bros movies. Starring: Lindsay Heath (Barbara Gordon / Batgirl), Constance Brenneman (Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn), Devon Coull (James Gordon Jr.), and Robert Angelic Granger (Johnny Vitti).

 

Batman: Bad Blood (2016)

Batman: Bad Blood is a 2016 direct-to-video animated superhero film which is part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies. It serves as a sequel to the 2015 film Batman vs. Robin featuring Batwoman. The film was released on January 20, 2016 for iTunes and the Google Play Store, and on DVD and Blu-ray on February 2, 2016.

 

Batwoman (CW TV Series 2019)

Batwoman CharacterKate Kane must overcome her demons in order to protect the streets of Gotham as Batwoman and become a symbol of hope.

Batwoman is an upcoming American superhero television series developed by Caroline Dries and Greg Berlanti. It is based on the DC Comics character Kate Kane / Batwoman, a costumed crime-fighter created by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, and Keith Giffen. The series is set in the Arrowverse, sharing continuity with the other television series of the universe. It is scheduled to air on The CW, where it will air on Sunday nights.

Batwoman already appeared in "Elseworlds", the Arrowverse TV series' 2018 crossover. In January 2019, the Batwoman series received a pilot order from the CW, to be considered for a series order in the 2019-20 television season. By the end of the month, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, and Nicole Kang had been cast to appear alongside Ruby Rose in the pilot. The show was picked up to series in May 2019.

  • Ruby Rose as Kate Kane / Batwoman: A highly trained street fighter and out lesbian with a passion for social justice who protects Gotham as a vigilante.
  • Meagan Tandy as Sophie Moore: A former military academy graduate and high-level private security agent who serves as one of Gotham's protectors.
  • Camrus Johnson as Luke Fox: A Batman loyalist who keeps Wayne Tower secure in the Dark Knight's absence and, while "the guardian of all things Batman", understands Gotham needs a new hero.
  • Nicole Kang as Mary Hamilton: Kate's stepsister and polar opposite and an "influencer-in-the-making" who makes it her mission to work with Gotham's underserved communities.
  • Rachel Skarsten as Red Alice (Beth Kane): The leader of the Wonderland Gang whose personality goes from maniacal to charming and back again as she sets out to erode Gotham's sense of security.
  • Dougray Scott as Jacob Kane: Kate's father and a former military colonel who manages The Crows, a private security firm, in an attempt to protect Gotham better than Batman could but whose disdain for vigilantes puts him at odds with Batwoman.
  • Elizabeth Anweis as Catherine Hamilton-Kane: Kate's stepmother and one of Gotham's most powerful citizens who made her fortune as a savvy, bullheaded defense contractor.

 

Batgirl (2019?)

In March 2017, Joss Whedon was hired to write, direct and produce a Barbara Gordon / Batgirl-centric film. According to Entertainment Weekly, the film will draw inspiration from The New 52 comics by Gail Simone. In April, Whedon stated that he was drawn to the character because of her choice to become a vigilante, even though she did not have a childhood tragedy like Bruce Wayne / Batman had, and that the damaged aspect of the character will be explored in the film. In July, Geoff Johns stated that Whedon will begin production on the film in 2018. At the San Diego Comic-Con, the title was announced to be Batgirl. After varied response to the reshoots and retooling of Justice League by Whedon, his role with Batgirl came into question, which prompted Warner Bros. to make an official announcement that the filmmaker is currently working on the film's script.

 

Gotham City Sirens (2020?)

In May 2016, it was reported that a Harley Quinn -focused spin-off film, which will feature other DC Comics female villains, was in development. Margot Robbie will reprise her role as Quinn and serve as executive producer through her newly established production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. As of September 2016, Robbie's newly created studio LuckyChap Entertainment will help develop the upcoming film. In November 2016, it was confirmed that Christina Hodson will serve as the screenwriter the film. In December, David Ayer was hired to direct and produce the film, titled Gotham City Sirens, based on the comic book series, from a screenplay by Geneva Robertson-Dworet. Leto will reprise his role as the Joker in the film.

 

Nightwing (2021?)

By February 2017, Warner Bros. was developing a film centered on Dick Grayson / Nightwing, with Chris McKay and Bill Dubuque signed on as director and screenwriter respectively. In discussing what he is looking for in casting the character, McKay cited the level of physical activity the actor will have to endure, including martial arts, gymnastics and stunts as what will be required for the role.

 

Birds of Prey (2021?)

In November 2016, it was reported by The Wrap that a film focusing on the Birds of Prey is currently in development, with Christina Hodson signed on to the project as screenwriter. Margot Robbie will reprise her role as Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn and also serve as producer. Multiple DC Comics' female superheroes and supervillains will reportedly feature in the movie's plot. By January of 2018, the same source stated that the film is still in active development. It was reported that Robbie has become a fan of the Birds of Prey through their comic books and reaffirmed it to be one of three consecutive movies that she will reprise her role from Suicide Squad.

 

Harley Quinn (2021?)

In November 2017, Robbie stated that she will start filming scenes reprising her role from Suicide Squad sometime the following year, though it wasn't clarified which movie she will appear in first. Later that month she reaffirmed that besides Suicide Squad 2, Gotham City Sirens, and the Harley Quinn/Joker film, she will also appear in another movie as the character, which she has been developing as producer for over two years. Robbie stated that the film will explore the character's interactions with other female characters, and that the character is very important to the studio in the shared universe franchise.

 

Joker & Harley Quinn (2021?)

In July 2017, Screen Rant reported that a film featuring the Joker and Harley Quinn was in early development. The film, a spin-off of Suicide Squad, was tentatively given the working-title of Harley Quinn vs. The Joker. In August 2017, the film was confirmed by the studio to be in active development, with Leto and Robbie reprising their roles, though the film is now described as a "criminal love story" and is untitled. In a later report, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa were named as being in final negotiations to co-write and co-direct the film. After speculation, it was later confirmed by Forbes that the untitled Harley Quinn and the Joker film is a separate project from Gotham City Sirens. By September, Robbie confirmed the roles of Ficarra and Requa as writers/directors/producers for the film, as well as her role as executive producer.

 

Birds of Prey (2002 TV Series)

Birds of Prey is a television drama series produced in 2002. The series was developed by Laeta Kalogridis for The WB and is loosely based on the Birds of Prey DC Comics series. Despite the series debut garnering ratings of 7.6 million viewers (at the time, the network's largest premiere in the 18–34 demographic), the series was canceled after ratings fell sharply in subsequent weeks. 13 episodes were produced in total.

Birds of Prey: Huntress, Oracle, DinahThe series is set in New Gotham City, several years after it has been apparently abandoned by Batman. In his absence, Oracle (Barbara) and the Huntress (Helena) has taken over his war on crime. The two are joined by Dinah (after she assists them in defeating Larry Ketterly, a telepath with abilities similar to Scarecrow); Alfred Pennyworth, who serves Helena as she is heir to the Wayne estate; and Detective Jesse Reese, a police officer confronted with crimes and abilities he cannot explain.

A central feature of the series is the concept of metahumans: individuals born with powers that cannot be explained. No two metahumans have the same abilities (unless hereditary), and there exists a whole subculture of metahuman society that the outside world knows nothing about.

Batgirl Birds of Prey TVDetective Reese reluctantly teams up with Huntress and the other Birds of Prey to defeat metahuman criminals. At first, he disapproves of Helena's vigilantism, even trying to arrest her, but eventually he realizes there is a need for the Birds of Prey to take down criminals the police cannot handle.

During the course of the show, the Birds of Prey often confront schemes masterminded by Dr. Harleen Quinzel (Harley Quinn), though they are unaware of her involvement until the final episode of the series. Quinzel's attempts to discover what Helena is hiding, and the duplicitous nature of their therapy sessions together, form a large part of the series arc, beginning in the pilot episode and being resolved in the series finale.

 

Helena Kyle/Huntress (Ashley Scott)

The daughter of Batman and Catwoman. She is half-metahuman, with cat-like abilities inherited from her mother (also a metahuman in the Birds of Prey continuity): enhanced agility, strength, healing and a sixth sense for danger, as well as the ability to shift her eyes to a feline form. This change is usually triggered by strong emotion, but can also be used to grant Helena enhanced night vision. She was raised by her mother, without ever knowing who her father was, until the night Catwoman was murdered by an unknown assassin hired by the Joker (eventually revealed to be Clayface) in cold blood on the street, right in front of her. After this she was taken in by Barbara Gordon, who raised and trained her.

 

Barbara Gordon/Oracle (Dina Meyer)

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Originally one of Batman's apprentices and a daughter of his trusted ally Police Commissioner James Gordon, Barbara was shot by the Joker as revenge for Batman's dismantling of his criminal operation, leaving her paralyzed and forced to give up her life as Batgirl. To compensate, she renamed herself Oracle and began using her expertise in computer hacking and weaponry to fight crime.

Oracle calls upon Huntress to handle the field work she is no longer capable of doing, and maintains her superhero contacts. By day, Barbara is a teacher at New Gotham High, but, by night, she fights crime from a secret location in the New Gotham Clocktower.

 

 

Dinah Redmond/Dinah Lance (Rachel Skarsten)

Also a metahuman, Dinah is drawn to New Gotham and Helena and Barbara by visions of the tragedies that befell them on the night of the Joker's revenge. She proves herself to the two and is taken in as a member of their team, with the condition that she train in the use of her metahuman abilities. In addition to her precognitive dreams, Dinah is a touch-telepath, able to read the thoughts of anyone she comes in physical contact with and later manifests the power of telekinesis. During the course of the series, Dinah discovers that her mother is actually Carolyn Lance, the Black Canary, also a metahuman and legendary superhero, who gave Dinah up for her own safety when she was a child. The discovery of Dinah's relation to the Black Canary led Oracle to believe that she may also have inherited her mother's hypersonic ability, although it is never demonstrated.

Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn (Mia Sara)

A psychiatrist Helena is ordered to see after being convicted of vandalism while chasing a thief. Unbeknownst to Helena, or the other Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn was the lover of the Joker, and has come to seek her revenge on New Gotham for what it did to her 'Mr J'. Though she presents herself as a respectable professional, one called upon by the authorities to work with violent and dangerous felons, Quinzel is herself insane, using her contacts with the criminal world to mastermind her revenge.

 

 

"Batwoman" Season 1 Episodes (2019)

Batwoman is an upcoming American superhero television series developed by Caroline Dries and Greg Berlanti. It is based on the DC Comics character Kate Kane / Batwoman, a costumed crime-fighter created by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, and Keith Giffen. The series is set in the Arrowverse, sharing continuity with the other television series of the universe. It is scheduled to air on The CW, where it will air on Sunday nights.

#1: "Pilot" - October 6, 2019

Batwoman TV Series Season1Three years after the mysterious disappearance of the Gotham City-based vigilante Batman, Mayor Michael Akins appoints Jacob Kane and his Crows Security Firm to protect the city. At a gala to turn off the Bat-Signal, the enigmatic Alice and the Wonderland Gang kidnap Crows operative Sophie Moore, prompting Kane's stepdaughter Mary to call his biological daughter Kate to return to Gotham. After learning Alice is targeting her father, Kate sets out to locate her cousin, billionaire Bruce Wayne, but discovers that Bruce is Batman. Hating Batman for failing to save her sister and mother, Kate realizes there's more to the story. Donning her cousin's Batsuit, modified by Wayne Enterprises employee and Bruce's confidant Luke Fox to fit her, Kate rescues Sophie and prevents Alice from carrying out a bomb threat. The next day, as the news reports on what they believe to be Batman's return, Kate begins to suspect Alice is her sister Beth, presumed dead after a horrific car crash.

#2 "The Rabbit Hole" - October 13, 2019

Kate's growing suspicions that Beth is Alice drive a wedge between her and Jacob, who firmly believes Beth is dead because of partial remains. While trying to get Alice's favorite knife Kate stole tested for DNA, she comes under attack from a group of thugs that manage to steal it back. Deducing one of Alice's injured men used Mary's secret clinic, Kate frees him to give a message to Alice. Kate then asks Sophie to buy her time while she meets with Alice, who refuses to directly admit she is Beth but agrees to provide a DNA sample. Sophie tells Jacob where to find them, resulting in Alice being transported to Arkham Asylum. Alice then reveals to Kate she tasked her boyfriend, ex-Crows agent Dodgson, with killing Mary which prompts Kate to save her before rescuing Alice from a bomb intended to kill her; Kate escapes the GCPD after Alice escapes. Meanwhile, Kate's stepmother Catherine orders the thugs she tasked with stealing Alice's knife to destroy it. After interrogating Dodgson, Kate finds a parcel containing a live bat and a note from Alice that implies she knows her identity.

#3 "Down Down Down" - October 20, 2019

Bruce's former childhood friend, Thomas Elliot, leaves Kate an invitation to a gala celebrating the purchase of a building overlooking Wayne Tower. Around the same time, a railgun designed to penetrate the Batsuit is stolen from a Wayne Enterprises facility. Kate correctly infers that Elliot is the thief, who learned Bruce's identity after paying a source. He intends to kill Batman for saving his mother years earlier, delaying his inheritance. When he takes hostages to force Batman out, Kate confronts him in a modified suit, adopting her own persona, and rescues the hostages after disabling the railgun. Alice subdues Elliot to save a cornered Batwoman, admitting her having killed and abandoning Dodgson. Sophie finds herself having thoughts about her relationship with Kate, but lets go after seeing her ask out the bartender, Reagan. Catherine finds playing cards left by Alice in her bedroom, demanding Jacob deal with her despite his concerns that she might be Beth; Gotham now publicly learns about Batwoman.

#4 "Who Are You?" - October 27, 2019

Kate's relationship with Reagan complicates her efforts to catch Magpie, a master jewel thief who steals Martha Wayne's pearl necklace and puts her new-found status as Gotham's protector in question. When Dodgson develops an infection during his captivity, Batwoman drops him off with Mary for treatment. Alice visits Catherine near 'Beth's' grave and demands she turn over an experimental weapon; threatening to tell Jacob the truth about Beth. While Dodgson is drugged with morphine, Mary impersonates Alice and gets him to reveal part of her plan: a mysterious figure named Mouse. After stealing back the necklace, Batwoman foils Magpie's latest heist at a museum gala; allowing the Crows to arrest her and Sophie to take her to Blackgate Penitentiary. Recognizing that she cannot be in an honest relationship, Kate breaks up with Reagan. Catherine decides to confess to Jacob, telling him a deer skull was used to pass as Beth's skull and he storms out in anger. To provide a cover for her vigilantism, Kate sets up a company to buy dilapidated buildings and turn them into low-cost housing with Luke as her assistant.

#5 "Mine Is a Long and a Sad Tale"
November 3, 2019

Alice is linked to a series of skin thefts in Gotham, so Kate captures her and gives her the chance to explain herself, while also leaving Jacob and Sophie a trail to follow. The sisters travel to the rural area where Beth was last seen. A series of flashbacks show Beth being rescued from drowning and subsequently being held captive by a man who wants her to be a companion for his disfigured son, Jonathan Cartwright, who turns out to be Mouse. Catherine tells Mary the truth about her deception and she storms into Wayne Enterprises drunk. Luke calms her by letting her assist with his investigation of the thefts, learning that they are connected to the escape of several prisoners from Arkham. Alice drugs Kate and locks her in Mouse's home. When Jacob and Sophie show up after subduing Dodgson and the Wonderland Gang members with him, Alice stabs her father. Kate escapes, takes Mouse captive with Sophie's help, and forces him and Alice to leave. Jacob recovers, but now fully accepts that Alice is Beth. Alice promises Mouse, who she calls her "brother", that she will help him become whoever he wants to be.

#6 "I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" - Nov. 10, 2019

A vigilante calling himself the "Executioner" begins targeting law enforcement and judicial officials he deems to be corrupt. Alice has Mouse impersonate one of Catherine's researchers to steal the weapon she refused to turn over. When he discovers it was intended to kill Batwoman, he confronts Alice for protecting her sister, which he considers a betrayal. Sophie deduces Batwoman's identity, but is injured by the Executioner during his latest hit; forcing Kate to drop her off with Mary. A flash drive is located, which proves the Executioner's claims to be true. This upsets Luke, as he fears it would allow his father's killer to request a new trial. Sophie escapes, but not before Mary urges her not to reveal who Batwoman is. Jacob manages to kill the Executioner, only to be caught in one of his traps. Kate saves him in costume. When they meet again, he tells her he was wrong to blame Batman for what happened to Beth and his wife. Alice convinces Mouse not to turn on her by saying she needs him for her upcoming "tea party" with Kate.

#7 "Tell Me the Truth" - November 17, 2019

Kate runs into her old friend, Julia Pennyworth, while on the trail of a professional assassin called "The Rifle". Sophie threatens to tell her father who Kate is unless she ceases her vigilantism. The Rifle meets with Alice and hands over a mysterious vial. Kate invites Sophie to a local restaurant where their show of affection upsets the homophobic owner. When they leave, Sophie confesses that Jacob was the one who convinced her to end their relationship, putting her on the path to where she is now. Catherine goes to see Jacob, who reluctantly agrees to hold off filing for divorce. Julia poses as Batwoman so Kate can trick Sophie, but winds up captured by the Crows when the Rifle ambushes her. Kate breaks her out and Sophie concludes that she was wrong. Nevertheless, Kate tells her it's best they stop seeing each other. Kate and Mary decide to open a gay bar in a space purchased by the former's company. Jacob goes to Alice, revealing himself as Mouse in disguise, while the Rifle leaves for the Mediterranean with Julia in pursuit as the real Jacob returns from upstate. Alice puts the next stage of her plan in action.

#8 "A Mad Tea-Party" - December 1, 2019

Alice has Jacob abducted while Mouse sequesters Sophie and Tyler as her plan unfolds. On Alice's orders, disguised Wonderland Gang members replace the security detail assigned to protect Gotham's Humanitarian Ball, where Catherine is to be awarded; but Alice rewrites her speech, making her confess to numerous crimes before collapsing. Alice reveals to a captured Catherine and Mary that they've been poisoned with a lethal toxin the former's company developed and there's only enough antidote for one of them. Catherine compels Mary to take it; expressing how proud of her she is before she dies. As Batwoman neutralizes the Wonderland Gang, she nearly strangles Alice in anger upon learning of her actions. However Mouse, disguised as Jacob, stuns Batwoman to exfil Alice. The real Jacob awakes to find himself framed for Catherine's death and arrested. Furious Kate chose to believe in Alice, Mary rejects her. As Kate visits Jacob, both agree Alice is beyond saving and must be put down. Tired of doubting, Tyler asks Sophie to decide whether she loves him or Kate.

#9 "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two"
December 9, 2019

This episode continues a crossover event that begins on Supergirl season 5 episode 9, continues on The Flash season 6 episode 9 and Arrow season 8 episode 8, and concludes on Legends of Tomorrow's special episode.

To aid the heroes, Harbinger recruits Earth-74's Mick Rory and his Waverider. In the wake of Oliver Queen's death, the Monitor consults the Book of Destiny and learns of seven Paragons. Two have already been found, Sara Lance and Kara Danvers, but to find two more, Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Iris West-Allen must locate another Superman while Kate and Kara locate a Batman. Complicating matters however, Lex Luthor steals the Book in order to kill Supermen across the multiverse. When he finds Earth-96's Superman at the same time as Clark's team, he forces the Kryptonians to fight each other until Lois stops him. Meanwhile, Kate and Kara locate Earth-99's Bruce Wayne, an aged killer. Kate tries to convince him to join them, but Kara learns he killed his Earth's Superman; leading to a confrontation wherein Bruce is accidentally killed. Elsewhere, Sara, Barry Allen, Mia Smoak, and John Constantine take Oliver's body to a Lazarus Pit to resurrect him; but it fails to work. Back on the Waverider, Ray Palmer builds a "Paragon detector", which identifies Kate as one. Unbeknownst to everyone, Harbinger is approached by the Anti-Monitor.

#10 "How Queer Everything Is Today!"
January 19, 2020

Following Catherine's death and Jacob's arrest, Mary throws herself into finding an expert who can testify in Jacob's defense and continues to distance herself from Kate while Sophie takes command of the Crows. After Batwoman saves a hacked train from crashing, the perpetrator demands a large sum of money as ransom or they will release all of Gotham's secrets online. Luke tracks the culprit to Gotham Prep, where Batwoman learns it was a lesbian student named Parker Torres, who was outed to her heteronormative parents by an ex-girlfriend and hoped to leave Gotham with the blackmail money. Alice breaks into the school, abducts Parker, and forces Batwoman to unmask herself to Parker to prevent her from murdering her. She threatens the school with a bomb and attempts to force Parker to out Batwoman's identity, but Parker instead contacts the Crows and GCPD, who evacuate the building and arrest Alice. Afterwards, Kate offers Parker emotional support and reconciles with Mary. Batwoman comes out as a lesbian superhero in an interview with Kara. Jacob has encounters with a tough inmate named Reggie Harris. When she returns to Wayne Tower, Kate meets a doppelgänger of Beth, who happily greets her.

#11 "An Un-Birthday Present" - January 26, 2020

In flashbacks, Beth was shown to have an improving friendship with Mouse, but his father August Cartwright did not approve and got her involved in his latest project. In the present, Kate tries to clear things up with the second Beth; who got displaced from her Earth following the Crisis. To break out Alice, Mouse kidnaps Commissioner Forbes' and Mayor Akins' sons before he and the Wonderland Gang intercept Kate before she can become Batwoman. Thanks to a code Kate and Sophie learned, Sophie refuses to yield to Mouse's demands. In an attempt to fool Alice, Luke and Mary disguise the alternate Beth as Alice to buy Kate time to break free. When "Alice" does not use the proper code, Mouse captures her. Kate breaks free, subdues the Wonderland Gang, and injures Mouse before rescuing the hostages. Alice gets out before she can be taken to Arkham, telling Sophie she has her own demons to deal with. With Mouse under heavy guard in the ICU, protestors show up outside GCPD demanding they light the Bat-Signal as Batwoman arrives. Later, Kate celebrates her birthday with Luke, Mary, and Beth. Suddenly, Beth and Alice begin to simultaneously suffer from migraines.

#12 "Take Your Choice" - February 16, 2020

Sophie and Jacob petition Dr. Campbell for his testimony, who agrees if he can examine Mouse. Alice visits Mouse, learning of her doppelgänger, and continues to suffer from migraines until she meets her in Wayne Tower, where Beth theorizes that only one of them can be saved. Alice resolves to kill Beth, remembering that Mary's blood has the "cure-all" from her poisoning which could save one of them, but Mary escapes to give her blood to Kate to administer to Beth, leaving Alice handcuffed to a clinic bed. Meanwhile, Jacob is attacked by Dodgson then saved by Reggie, expecting Jacob to repay him before the other prisoners find out. Alice hallucinates seeing Catherine promising her a place in Hell, as Campbell visits Mouse in the ICU, revealing himself as August. Exfiltrating Mouse posed as a guard, August leaves him bound in an unknown location as he targets Alice. After giving Beth the blood sample, Kate attends to a weakened Alice, as Luke gets Beth away from the Crows. Though Sophie follows, ready to kill Beth, she chooses to call for an arrest. August snipes Beth instead, not realizing she is not Alice, allowing Alice to quickly recover and knock out Kate.

#13 "Drink Me" - February 23, 2020

With the truth of Catherine's murder coming to light, Jacob is cleared of all charges and regains control of the Crows. The dead Beth is mistaken for Alice. At night, people are being targeted by a vampire named Nocturna. When Batwoman finds her latest victim, Nocturna stuns her with ketamine before making off with a sample of her blood. Sophie helps Batwoman before the Crows get to her; advising her to keep her distance. Mary treats Kate before the latter works with Jacob works to draw out Nocturna. After speaking with Kate, Alice replaces the missing Mouse with a mannequin before she is attacked by Nocturna. Using facial recognition, Luke recognizes Nocturna as Natalia Knight, who suffers from porphyria. Kate finds Alice just as Nocturna attacks Mary. Alice donates her blood to save Mary before Kate confronts the photosensitive Nocturna and defeats her with a forensic UV light. Jacob confronts Sophie after viewing footage of her helping Batwoman and implores her to pick a side before suspending her until further notice. Mary remembers finding ketamine in Kate's system, and realizes she is Batwoman while Alice realizes Campbell is actually August. Kate visits Sophie by the Bat-Signal and they share a kiss.

#14 "Grinning From Ear to Ear" - March 8, 2020

In flashbacks, Duela Dent struggles with making her face look "normal," so she smashes a mirror and uses its shards to cut her face. In the present, Duela targets social media influencers. Still suspended, Sophie is visited by her mother, Diane. When she learns of her current relationship issues however, she leaves disappointed. August hooks up Mouse to a canister of fear toxin and tells him he killed Alice. While investigating Duela, Batwoman determines her next target, Myrtle, and narrowly saves the girl's mother after Duela attacks her. Following this, Luke discovers that Myrtle changed her name to Veronica May and Duela's victims were all connected to Dr. Campbell. Batwoman and Sophie later find Duela just as she's about to drop Veronica in acid. While Batwoman rescues the latter, Sophie subdues the former and leaves her for the police. However, Alice gets to Duela first and steals her face so she can kidnap Dr. Campbell and reveal she knows his true identity as part of her revenge scheme against him. Meanwhile, as Luke feared, Reggie's lawyer Bobby Reeves visits him to establish his client's re-trial date in light of new evidence. Amidst this, Jacob finds himself questioning the circumstances behind Lucius' death.

#15 "Off with Her Head" - March 15, 2020

In flashbacks, Gabi Kane gave her daughters matching necklaces that matched her earrings. During her time with August, Beth endured torments from his mother Mabel, her "Queen of Hearts". Taking notice of Mabel's earrings, she traced them to a locked refrigerator containing Gabi's head. In retaliation, Beth turned Mabel's oxygen tank into a makeshift flamethrower; committing her first murder. In the present, Batwoman finds a bound August near the Bat-Signal and alerts Jacob, who is unwilling to alert the police after what Forbes did to him. When he asks about the second Beth, Kate claims she was a "skin thief" to hide her true nature while Luke and Mary track down her killer. Meanwhile, Alice finds Mouse and frees him, but he hooks her up to the canister and flees, believing she's his greatest fear. Under the effects of the fear toxin, Alice hallucinates a zombified Mabel tormenting her before she breaks free. Jacob arrives soon after while looking for Mouse and uses adrenaline to save her before arresting her. Disgusted by what August did to Beth and her mother, Kate accidentally strangles him, much to Jacob's dismay as he returns with Alice. Kate secludes herself and starts drinking.

#16 "Through the Looking-Glass"
March 22, 2020

Jacob buries August's body; afterward Beth walks free, having pickpocketed Jacob's gun. Arriving at the Wonderland Gang's hideout hoping to find Mouse, Alice instead finds her gang murdered along with a threatening note. She convinces Kate to help her find Mouse, promising to leave Gotham when she does. They visit a nurse who treated Mouse, only to find the Crows taking him to Arkham. Following a disagreement and fight, Kate agrees to help Alice break him out. They retrieve the keys to Mouse's cell from Dr. M. Butler and the chief of security. When Alice goes to free him, Kate locks her in with him before revealing she was part of a sting operation with Jacob to capture her. Meanwhile, Jacob instructs Sophie to investigate Lucius' death after hearing of Reggie's re-trial. While doing so, a sniper nearly kills her, but Julia saves her. Elsewhere, Luke and Mary attend Reggie's court hearing, where he is granted his re-trial and released. Luke confronts him, but Reggie claims he was set up before he's mysteriously shot. Sophie later calls Jacob to inform him that two people connected to the case have turned up dead before the hitman nearly kills him, though Jacob's able to defeat him. When he interrogates him, the hitman dies from his injuries.

#17 "A Narrow Escape" - April 26, 2020

Kate does not suit up as Batwoman for a week, struggling after killing August. The Detonator has resurfaced. He places people in bomb vests and gives them a choice: either let their vests go off, or press a switch which blows up a building in Gotham. At Arkham, Alice joins group therapy with Mouse and Tommy Elliot, led by Dr. Butler. Kate confronts George Adler, who confirmed his now-deceased father was the original Detonator. Bobby Reeves, the next bomb victim, contacts the Crows; they work with the GCPD to evacuate the area. Kate rushes find Mary at her clinic, which is targeted after Reeves sets off the bomb. Mary reveals to Kate that she knows Batwoman's identity. Jacob becomes the Detonator's latest target, leading Kate to realize that Crows agent Miguel Robles is responsible. Batwoman intercepts him and learns he is typing up loose ends concerning Lucius Fox's murder; the latest bomb is in Wayne Enterprises' underground parking garage. At the garage, Batwoman discovers that Robles was paid by Tommy to get Lucius' journals, which led to his accidental death and Reggie being framed. Luke overhears this and Kate keeps him from taking vengeance, admitting that she killed August. Luke places the building on lock down, which limits the blast radius. Jacob reinstates Sophie, as Julia is transferred to the Crows. Luke is shocked that Mary knows Kate's secret. Alice and Mouse, who is disguised as Dr. Butler, decide to rule Arkham.

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"Birds of Prey" Episodes (2002-2003)

#00 Untitled (Unaired Pilot)

Episode #1: "Pilot" - October 9, 2002

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The Batman legend takes an unexpected turn when the Caped Crusader vanishes from the crime-ridden Gotham City and his legacy is taken over by a trio of relentless heroines – the Birds of Prey. Barbara Gordon started out as Batman's protégé, Batgirl, but an attack by The Joker left her a paraplegic after being shot in the spine. Reinventing herself as Oracle, she takes under her wing Helena Kyle, the secret daughter of Batman and Catwoman, who quickly grows into the fierce "Huntress". Into this group comes Dinah, a teenage runaway who is drawn to the city by meta-human visions. With the help of the only honest cop in the city now called New Gotham, Detective Jesse Reese, the Birds of Prey fight their first battle against a mysterious madman who is bent on destruction.

#2 "Slick" - October 16, 2002

Slick (Silas Weir Mitchell), an evil meta-human who can turn from solid to liquid, is hired by Dr. Quinzel to kill the honest cops who stand in her way. When Reese is the next intended victim, Helena comes to his aid and their mutual attraction continues to grow. Meanwhile, Barbara believes Dinah's story that she's just a runaway, but Helena remains suspicious.

#3 "Prey for the Hunter" - October 23, 2002

Helena and Detective Reese clash again when they both try to track down a serial killer who destroys metahumans by taking on their powers. Meanwhile, Dinah ditches school when she learns from Helena there is a metahuman-only bar, and Barbara meets Wade's parents who think she is not normal enough for their son.

#4 "Three Birds and a Baby" - October 30, 2002

When Helena rescues an abandoned baby boy and brings him back to the Clocktower, Barbara and Dinah try to help, but to everyone's surprise, the baby, "Guy", is only happy when Helena is holding him. Even more surprising is the fact that Guy wakes up from his nap as a walking, talking 5-year-old and is soon a teenager. Now in a race against time, the Birds of Prey discover that Guy is programmed to live his entire life in three days, and to kill the first person he attaches to, putting Helena in grave danger while Dr. Quinzel also races the clock to find Guy for her own nefarious plans.

#5 "Sins of the Mother" - November 6, 2002

Dinah's mother, Carolyn (Lori Loughlin), comes to town to find her daughter, but the past comes back to haunt both women when the head of a crime family that Carolyn took down in her years as the Black Canary comes after them. Dinah must fight to save the mother she's never really known before she loses the chance completely. Helena wonders about her own mother's past, and about the secrets that the Canary could reveal to her, while Barbara tries to bring all the women together to cooperate before the past destroys them all.

#6 "Primal Scream" - November 13, 2002

At the request of Reese, Helena goes undercover to help bring down a gang of thieves terrorizing New Gotham and quickly discovers that the gang is part of a larger infrastructure. Helena goes after the big boss until her cover is blown, putting her in grave danger. Meanwhile, Barbara has to deal with her fear of intimacy when her relationship with Wade takes a serious turn.

#7 "Split" - November 20, 2002

Already frustrated with men thanks to her relationship with Det. Reese, Helena is none too pleased when a metahuman calling himself Darkstrike (Kristoffer Polaha) visits New Gotham to team up with her and Barbara. However, Helena warms to the enigmatic stranger when he explains his history with the Crawler (Brian Thompson) – a nefarious criminal with the nasty habit of murdering his abductees. When the fiend kidnaps an innocent teen, the crime fighters must race against the clock to ensure that the latest victim does not meet the fate of her predecessors.

#8 "Lady Shiva" - November 27, 2002

Helena is thrilled when her best friend from high school, Sandra (Sung-Hi Lee), returns to New Gotham, but the Birds are troubled by a series of murders with the unmistakable mark of Batgirl's nemesis, Lady Shiva. Determined to fight Lady Shiva as an equal, Barbara dusts off her Batgirl costume and experiments with technology that allows her to leave the wheelchair. Meanwhile, Dinah tries to use her mind-reading powers to get a boy at her school to notice her to ask her out for the school's spring dance.

#9 "Nature of the Beast" - December 18, 2002

When a hit is put on the life of legendary mob boss, Al Hawk (Mitch Pileggi), the only person he trusts to protect him is his son, Det. Reese. Reese turns to Helena for help, but when she learns that Reese's father is the same man who killed Dinah's mother, Black Canary, her loyalties are tested.

#10 "Gladiatrix" - January 8, 2003

When young metahuman women are abducted in New Gotham, Helena's investigation leads her to uncover a secret club where the captive women are drugged and forced to fight each other in an arena. When Helena is also abducted, it is up to Dinah to rescue her with Reese's help.

#11 "Reunion" - January 8, 2003

When Helena's former classmates descend upon New Gotham for their five-year high school reunion, two of the alums are brutally murdered. While Helena tries to find the killer, she fears that Reese's investigation will lead him to learn too much about her true identity.

#12 "Feat of Clay" - February 19, 2003

After a robber, Chris Cassius (Ian Reed Kesler), breaks into a chemical factory and drinks a mixture that gives him the power to turn people to stone, Barbara cancels her vacation with her boyfriend, Wade. Unwilling to allow Barbara to continue neglecting her personal life, Alfred the Butler brings Wade to the clock tower and exposes her secret. Meanwhile, Helena goes to Arkham Asylum and interrogates her father's old enemy Clayface, who possesses the same abilities as Chris, and learns a shocking fact about her past. She must race to prevent Chris from killing New Gotham's most powerful people at a charity fashion show.

#13 "Devil's Eyes" - February 19, 2003

Having discovered that Helena is Huntress, Harley Quinn uses a machine that gives her metahuman hypnotic powers. She then hypnotizes Helena and persuades her to knock Barbara unconscious and steal an access disk. Barbara recovers and uses her subneural device to enable her to stand and fight Helena, eventually neutralizing the trance. But Harley uses the disk to gain complete control of the clock tower and, after killing Wade, she broadcasts the hypnotic signal to every television set in New Gotham. Working together with Alfred, Dinah, and Reese, Helena must infiltrate the clock tower and battle Harley and her cohorts before they gain control of the entire city. It is hinted that Bruce Wayne/Batman is probably still alive, as just before the end credits, Alfred speaks to "Master Bruce" on the phone at Wayne Manor, talking about his daughter Helena and that he would be proud of her.

 

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