Ruby Rose’s ‘Batwoman’ Series Caught Copying Wikipedia Article Into Latest Episode

The production behind Ruby Rose’s Batwoman series has been caught copying a Wikipedia article into the latest episode of The CW series.

In the latest episode of the Ruby Rose Batwoman series, the show teased a future battle with Azrael, but after the latest episode aired, an eagle-eyed fan noticed a Wikipedia entry was copied verbatim into the series. The article in question is the Wikipedia entry covering Batman’s Batsuit, specifically the section breaking down when the Caped Crusader acquired the Suit of Sorrows from Talia al Ghul during The Resurrection of Ra’s al Ghul.

You can check out the tweet below to see a side by side of the Batsuit Wikipedia article as it appears both online and in the Ruby Rose Batwoman series.

Batwoman showrunner Caroline Dries recently confirmed the second season will feature the villainous Safiyah Sohail as the series adapts the Many Arms of Death storyline from the comics, although when we’ll see the next season debut remains in question given the current global health crisis.

Here’s the synopsis for the next episode of Batwoman “A Secret Kept From All The Rest”:

“O, MOUSE!” – When one of Gotham’s former heroes returns to his old stomping grounds to settle a score, both Batwoman (Ruby Rose) and Commander Kane (Dougray Scott) find themselves on the defensive. Meanwhile, Alice (Rachel Skarsten) has uncovered what could finally take down Batwoman, but she is losing hold on her henchman Mouse (guest star Sam Littlefield) and Hush (guest star Gabriel Mann), sending her spiraling into her most wicked self. Luke (Camrus Johnson) immediately focuses on finding a way to protect Batwoman from Alice, and Mary (Nicole Kang) has a chance to be the sister Kate has needed all along. New information surfaces, forcing Julia (guest star Christina Wolfe) to warn Sophie (Meagan Tandy) about the person pulling the strings. And in a final standoff, when Commander Kane refuses to retreat from his war on Batwoman, Kate may find herself more than heartbroken by her father’s choices. Amanda Tapping directed the episode written by Holly Henderson and Don Whitehead (#120).

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Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff

News Editor, Film/TV Reporter at Heroic Hollywood.