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SDCC: Female Copperhead Introduced to Batman: Arkham Origins, DC Comics (Updated w/ Video)

Written by ThanosCopter on Thursday, July 18 2013 and posted in News with Benefits

SDCC: Female Copperhead Introduced to Batman: Arkham Origins, DC Comics (Updated w/ Video)

A new version of Copperhead will be joining the DCnU.


Source: Newsarama

A new female Copperhead is coming to Batman: Arkham Origins and DC's comics.  During the Batman: Arkham Origins panel, WB Montreal creative director Eric Holmes revealed the character as one of the eight assassins targetting Batman in the upcoming video game.  Her movements were modelled off of a stunt woman from Cirque du Soleil and a martial artist.  Geoff Johns then revealed that she'd be introduced into DC's continuity, as DC liked the new character.  You'll recall that Kaldur, the newest Aqualad, was brought into DC Comics after being introduced in the Young Justice television show because Johns liked the character so much.

And here's a look at what she looks like.





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