The third batch of Batwoman episodes already has a trailer with the arrival of new villains and characters that will surprise fans of the show.
After much anticipation came the long-awaited trailer for the third season of Batwoman. Everything indicates that the great threat this time will be The mad Hatter. In graphic novels he is a brilliant neuroscientist named Jarvis Tech who is convinced to be the reincarnation of the famous book character Alice in Wonderland. Your debut? In Batman # 49, created by Bill Finger and Lew Sayre Schwartz.
Amitai Marmorstein is in charge of giving life to the villain. His credits include Wayward Pines and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days. But this will not be the only surprise of the third batch of episodes of the heroine of Gotham. We will also see villains like Poison Ivy, The Penguin and Killer Croc. The heroes of this show will have a lot to take care of in the next season.
New season, new enemies
Ryan Wilder will continue, together with his team, the search for the trophies of the villains of Batman which were scattered in the Gotham River and washed ashore right at the end of the previous season of the show The CW. The trailer shows how the protagonist will form a difficult alliance with Alice in the search for the aforementioned trophies. Sure, Alice was recently incarcerated and to make sure she doesn’t escape she wears an ankle bracelet.
The trailer gives us a brief look at Robin Givens y Nick Creegan What Jada y Marquis Jet, an influential CEO and her daring playboy son. Are they Ryan’s mother and brother? Luke Fox He is also part of the images with his new and impressive suit of Batwing. Finally, it is worth highlighting the appearance of Renee Montoya (Victoria Cartagena).
The third season of Batwoman It promises many revelations and surprises in addition to all the action that the show has us used to. The new villains will complicate the existence of the heroine of Gotham and her team who are willing to protect the legacy of Bruce Wayne as the protector of a city ill accustomed to crime. Premieres next October.