A lot of headlines are on the internet right now about the ‘Arrowverse crossover –Elseworlds’ and fans are also on their toes in order to get any update from the side of the makers of the show and also about the cast and crew of Elseworlds and the latest update about the show that Batman is not going to feature in the Arrowverse Crossover and the news is official now as it has been told by a very reliable source and the fans are in state of sadness and shock.
Sometimes, I really feel about the fans of DC because we all know that what Batman means to the fans of DC and when any news regarding his elimination comes in front of the fans, it’s really heartbreaking because they don’t have a lot of superheroes to go for and the love for Batman is really immense.
Well, if we now shift our focus from the emotional side of the story to the practical one then it is none other than Marc Guggenheim who has revealed that Batman is not going to feature in the Arrowverse crossover ‘Elseworlds’. the tweet which came as a disaster for all the fans who were asking for Batman and to all the rumors who were running on the internet is down below:
Marc Guggenheim is the producer of Arrow and he has stated that fans aren’t going to see Batman in the crossover and there were a lot of expectations regarding the upcoming crossover Elseworlds because we are going to see a lot of great villains and characters in this crossover and the entry of Batman would’ve been great.
Well, instead of Batman there are a lot of characters who are going to make their appearance in the crossover and with Arrow, Supergirl, and The Flash going to come with Ruby Rose’s Batwoman also coming to set the crossover on fire, there are chances that the crossover will become successful despite the absence of Batman.
There are a lot of things coming into the Elseworlds crossover as we all have heard the news that Superman is going to wear that famous black costume in the show and fans are already on their toes because of excitement as they are going to see the Superman in that popular and famous black costume just like they’ve seen him in the comic books for all these years.
Also, we will see Stephen Amell playing the role of The Flash which is going to simply amazing and hilarious as we all know that how savage and funny he is and on the other side we have Grant Gustin who is going to play the role of Green Arrow in this one.
The absence of the Batman can open a wide open room for Batwoman and as we all know that Ruby Rose is the one who is portraying the role of Kate Kane aka. Batwoman. The actress has also expressed his views on the character she is playing as she also gets emotional while telling all the stuff as she stated that,
“I feel like the reason I keep getting so emotional is because, you know, growing up watching TV, I never saw somebody on TV that I could identify with, let alone a superhero, you know. I’ve always had this saying, well, not me, Oscar Wilde, which is Be yourself because everyone else is taken and so I always lived by that motto and then the second motto is when I came into the industry was Be the person you needed when you were younger. I feel like one motto led me to the other, and I kept crying about it… Kids (can) watch this growing up and relate to it and feel empowered and think that they can become a superhero.”
As for now, there are reports and suggestions that the crossover is going to start with a very different but special episode of The Flash on Sunday, December 9 which will keep on continue on Monday, December 10 with another superb show Arrow. After that, it’s going to finish with Supergirl on Tuesday, December 11. So, a lot of things are coming for the fans of all these series and there are very expectations and hopes regarding Elseworlds because of the inclusion of all heroes in one frame and the responsibility of being a successful one after the elimination of Batman from this.
Tell us in the comments section what do you think about the absence of Batman from the Elseworlds.
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