While Batwoman is stoic and not nearly as affable as Flash or Supergirl, Kate Kane is the complete opposite. “She is more fun because she’s a billionaire, she has ladies that love her. I think, for the most part crossover-wise, she’s swaggy,” says Rose. “She always knew who she was, but she’s really coming into knowing who she is in the crossover, and with Batwoman as well. It’s not the first time she’s put on the suit.” Furthermore, Batwoman isn’t too pleased when the trinity arrives in Gotham City. “Kate does not want to deal with this. She has a whole other agenda, a whole other life that she’s trying to sort out right now, and these frigging superheroes come in and they’re a mess, and they need her help,” says Rose.
Overall, Batwoman’s inclusion in the crossover is mainly supposed to function as a tease for her potential solo series. Says Arrow showrunner Beth Schwartz: “There’s a lot of mystery to her, which I think will be intriguing, and people will want more after they watch, for sure.” “Elseworlds” begins Sunday, Dec. 9, with The Flash at 8 p.m.; continues Monday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. with Arrow; and concludes the following night at 8 p.m. with Supergirl.