Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim confirms that Batman won't be a part of the Elseworlds

Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that even though Batwoman is making her debut in the Elseworlds, Batman will not be a part of the crossover. 


                            Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim confirms that Batman won't be a part of the Elseworlds

The Arrowverse crossover is less than a month away and the excitement among the fans is quite palpable. Stephen Amell who plays the role of Oliver Queen aka Arrow shared a tweet announcing the wrap up of the crossover. With so many superheroes coming together, there is one particular superhero who fans wish to be a part of this crossover, but sadly, he is not. The superhero is Batman and he will no be a part of this legendary crossover. 

Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that even though Batwoman is making her debut in the Elseworlds, Batman will not be a part of the crossover. 



 

Despite Batman not being a part of this crossover, we can see him in action in Gotham City. The other superheroes will visit the fictional city, and which will most likely feature Ruby Rose as Batwoman. 

The Elseworlds crossover appears to be celebrating some of the classic DC Comics storylines, including the most popular comics event in the publisher's history with 'Crisis on Infinite Earth', reported ComicBook. Recently DC fans were introduced with 'The Monitor' who was a major character in Crisis. 

Apart from The Monitor, Psycho Pirate, another Crisis villian will also make an appearance. Psycho Pirate has the power to manipulate people's emotions. Can that be the reason for Superman to switch sides? 

We will be able to know more about this only during the crossover episodes. 

The 'Arrowverse' crossover begins on The CW on December 9 with 'The Flash', followed by 'Arrow' on December 10 and finally ending on December 11 with 'Supergirl'.