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Comicbook: Batwoman: Rachel Skarsten on Tonight’s Turning Point for Alice
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Comicbook: Batwoman: Rachel Skarsten on Tonight’s Turning Point for Alice

Comicbook: Batwoman: Rachel Skarsten on Tonight’s Turning Point for Alice

Batwoman┬áhas established a unique and incredibly character-driven take on Gotham City over its first fifteen episodes, and it’s safe to say that a good chunk of that is courtesy of Elizabeth Kane/Alice (Rachel Skarsten). The twin sister of Kate Kane/Batwoman (Ruby Rose), Alice was kidnapped and abused by the August Cartwright (John Emmet Tracy) and his family, after the tragic car accident that occurred when she and Kate were children. Tonight’s episode, “Off With Her Head”, added even more layers to that traumatic situation — and arguably completely changed Alice and those in her orbit in the process.

We got to chat with Skarsten about tonight’s episode, the challenges of filming on fear toxin, and what the future holds for Alice.

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