I think Arrow might do best to avoid Bat-characters (the hero characters, that is). So out of those listed, my vote goes to Huntress. She was vaguely interesting in her earlier appearances. Maybe they can bring her back and make her into a character we can all respect.
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Well, the obvious answers are his female rogues who he regularly (or at least semi-regularly) tangles with. The first few who come to mind are Catwoman (moreso in the past, before she turned over a new leaf), Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Lady Shiva. He and Batwoman threw a few punches at one another in Batwoman #24.
Truthfully, when we're dealing with a character with as long of a history as Batman, chances are he's hit plenty of different characters at one time or another, the incidence of which was likely retconned or forgotten as time passed.
@v_scarlotte_rose: That's very reassuring. Hopefully McCarthy will still be involved in Batwoman to some degree. His art in issue 25 helped maintain a sense of continuity despite the writing change.
To be fair, I guess they don't really need to ask permission to do something like that. It would definitely make for a goodwill gesture, though.
Quite observant. I knew that a lot was off on that cover but the only thing I could put my finger on was the incorrect skin tone. I guess we'll have to wait for the preview to be released before we know whether or not Kate looks good under Haun's pen. But the covers for 28 (as you pointed out) and 27 (which is a more acceptable adaptation that 26) at least suggest that they'll try to stick with the current design for the character.
Interesting find. It reads to me that Roux had been instated as the new cover artist for the series indefinitely. You can just glimpse the -2013) under Williams III's name so I think it's just the new creative team's way of saying that they're starting fresh. It doesn't read malicious to me, per se.
On an entirely different note, I cannot get used to that design for Kate. The ghostly white skin really completed the look for her. I hope they go back to that later on.
Not a fan of the art in this book. Katana is a character with a pretty cool design. But so far every image I've seen from her series has made her look incredibly weird and misshapen.
And the writing...well... Not a fan.
Blue Beetle was pretty great. I didn't have any experience with Blue Beetle (Kord or Reyes) prior to watching Young Justice. But its interpretation of the character really got me interested.
Wonder Girl didn't get much screentime, unfortunately. I liked what I saw, she was tons of fun and had a very boisterous personality. But it's hard to say whether or not I loved her because she was seldom put in the spotlight.
I would most definitely be interested. However, DC seems to be stretching itself a bit thin in terms of Television lately. I'm a huge DC fan, but I can't imagine myself keeping up with all of the TV announcements they've been making lately. I can only watch so many TV shows at one time. DC might want to step up their movie game. I'd go watch a prequel movie about a young Bruce Wayne.
I give it 3.5/5 stars. Gustin was pretty good as Barry Allen. But the episode was a bit on the slow side. Some of the romantic scenes were nauseatingly bad (Slade and ShadO, Oliver and Felicity).
But this episode served mainly to set up next week's finale so here's hoping next week will really blow us all away.