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Comic Con Attendees Can See Batwoman Early

San Diego Comic Con is the biggest comic convention there is! It has grown to become a mecca for all things pop-culture! Movies, TV shows, new comics, figures, and just about anything else go there to debut! So it's no surprise that Warner Brothers TV is bringing Batwoman along with them to debut! It sounds like there will be two chances for comic con goers to see the pilot episode of Batwoman at the convention. The first will be on preview night (Wednesday) between 6pm and 10pm in Ballroom 20. The second chance, according to TV Guide, will be during the Batwoman panel Saturday, July 20th at 10:30am in Ballroom 20. We are a little skeptical about this because usually these panels are used to meet the cast and do a Q&A. Having already seen the pilot, we know the run time would leave very little room for any Q&A. So if you are planning on seeing it, we suggest Wednesday as the better bet.

Let us know what you think in the comments below and in the forum! Also let us know if you are planning on going to SDCC!

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#7 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlySiggi 2019-06-27 10:23
Quoting Romulus:
Part 2:

And, the pros and cons of the show should really be a set of separate topics in the Forum, not on the news page. When the show finally does air, this page will focus mostly on the airings/recaps/trailers, etc. rather than the side-commentary. Please keep that in mind. ;-)


Yeah, I got carried away a little from the news article itself.
From time to time I quickly check on the supergirl.tv site, so I know how it might look here when the Batwoman show is running. Looking forward to discussions on the episodes and other stuff.
I am supporting this show as good as I can with my own blog, with posts on other forums and more.
101 days to go!

P.S.: I guess you are right about the trolls, I will try my best to ignore them after all.
#6 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlyRomulus 2019-06-27 07:57
Part 2:

Have faith, the Batwoman show is big enough of a deal to take care of itself. As with anything "Bat"-related, it will generate a lot of interest once it becomes widely known. Expect SDCC and its spillover effects to make this happen. It will be like a snowball effect. We all got a taste of what Batwoman was about during the Elseworlds crossover last season, and it was very well received by the professional critics and fans alike.

Trolls and negativity aside, the CW network isn't so much concerned with traditional overnight ratings as are the big American networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX) because they take into consideration time-delayed viewings and on-demand services. International airing deals and DVD/Blu-ray sales, merchandising, ongoing promotions, fan conventions, etc. will also help the show's cause a lot.

And, the pros and cons of the show should really be a set of separate topics in the Forum, not on the news page. When the show finally does air, this page will focus mostly on the airings/recaps/trailers, etc. rather than the side-commentary. Please keep that in mind. ;-)
#5 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlyRomulus 2019-06-27 07:56
Siggi wrote:

"Regarding 1)
Yeah, I know that I shouldn't react to trolls. My problem is that I always think the their posts may convince "neutral" folks to not watch the show (in this case). If someone tells complete bulls...., it is hard to stay strong and mute and not to react on that.
And often I can't stand by ...if folks/trolls spill their hate on something that I love and/or am interested in."

****

Part 1:

A few words of advice for whatever it is worth: Don't get pulled in by the trolls. Do not get reeled in by their baiting tactics, otherwise you'll be forever chasing your tail and exhausting your energy and sanity on very trivial things. This is what troll "get off" on. If what you read on other sites/boards/social media outlets (FB, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) offends you, move on to sites/boards that promote a more positive atmosphere.

Even if the show has detractors and trolls (and it will, to be sure), the "neutral" people will find a way to watch the show if it truly interests them. The show will survive and thrive if the core, true viewers want it to. And, since it's a Bertlanti-verse production, there will be plenty of support from the brass. The negativity/trolling campaigns happened to Supergirl (and still do), but it is now going on to Season 5, so it's not such a big issue. The trolls seem to go after the female-lead shows in force rather than the male ones (Arrow, the Flash, LOT, etc.) because they believe they are softer targets.
#4 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlySiggi 2019-06-27 04:51
Quoting Romulus:
A quick reply/sidebar to your previous post, Siggi.

1) There will always be trolls. Ignore them, because being baited by them is what they thrive on. Deprive them of that oxygen. Don't get reeled in by their baiting tactics. This site will do its best to keep the negativity down, but it takes vigilance from true fans to keep the dialogue and conversations on the front page and in the forums civil.

2) Social media. It is both a tool and a weapon in people's hands. If used correctly and constructively, it is a beneficial tool, if used otherwise, it is a weapon. Many actors simply block people. If you don't frequent certain sites/webpages that have a multitude of juvenile catcalling, incoherent ramblings and/or excessively harsh criticism in the commentary, you've lucked in on one that actually cares about the show and the quality of its contributors. They do exist and they are worth finding. This site is one of them.

3) A cruddy hand-held recording might show up, but until the premiere is officially aired on TV, they (the producers) can do revisions to tweak it. Leaks do happen, but until it is officially aired, it is simply a working or in-progress copy of the real thing.

4) Enjoy the upcoming ride because it's going to get crazy-busy in the next few months up to the premiere. ;-)



Regarding 1)
Yeah, I know that I shouldn't react to trolls. My problem is that I always think the their posts may convince "neutral" folks to not watch the show (in this case). If someone tells complete bulls...., it is hard to stay strong and mute and not to react on that.
And often I can't stand by ...if folks/trolls spill their hate on something that I love and/or am interested in.

Regarding 4)
Oh, I will do that! I'm already completely...."on fire".
Posted this three days ago:
https://twitter.com/MaskripperOrg/status/1143231961483403265
;-)
#3 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlyRomulus 2019-06-25 09:34
A quick reply/sidebar to your previous post, Siggi.

1) There will always be trolls. Ignore them, because being baited by them is what they thrive on. Deprive them of that oxygen. Don't get reeled in by their baiting tactics. This site will do its best to keep the negativity down, but it takes vigilance from true fans to keep the dialogue and conversations on the front page and in the forums civil.

2) Social media. It is both a tool and a weapon in people's hands. If used correctly and constructively, it is a beneficial tool, if used otherwise, it is a weapon. Many actors simply block people. If you don't frequent certain sites/webpages that have a multitude of juvenile catcalling, incoherent ramblings and/or excessively harsh criticism in the commentary, you've lucked in on one that actually cares about the show and the quality of its contributors. They do exist and they are worth finding. This site is one of them.

3) A cruddy hand-held recording might show up, but until the premiere is officially aired on TV, they (the producers) can do revisions to tweak it. Leaks do happen, but until it is officially aired, it is simply a working or in-progress copy of the real thing.

4) Enjoy the upcoming ride because it's going to get crazy-busy in the next few months up to the premiere. ;-)
#2 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlySiggi 2019-06-24 23:55
Quoting Romulus:

Like the other CW shows (and Supergirl when she was on CBS), the pilots get shown at SDCC and the hype machine kicks into high gear.
Expect to hear/see A LOT of Batwoman-related media in the coming weeks and months leading up to the premiere.


Oh, didn't know that they were doing that in the past with the other pilots as well.
But ok, I didn't follow these shows much BEFORE the pilot was aired. Now, it's something completely different.
Well, I hope they make sure that no crappy phone-recorded version appears on the net. I would search the lucky pilot viewers from top to bottom, just like on any airport. ;-)
A part of me finds it a little unfair that ...whole bunches ...of people can see the pilot before me, but the other part is happy about the hype it will (hopefully) create.
I hope they won't let any trolls see the pilot, but they should recognise them at the entrance ;-)
I guess with all those video snippets and pictures we have seen a big part of the 40-something minutes from the pilot... before the pilot is actually aired :D
#1 RE: SDCC Attendees Can See Batwoman EarlyRomulus 2019-06-24 19:02
I knew it! I knew they'd do this for the lucky attendees. ;-)

Like the other CW shows (and Supergirl when she was on CBS), the pilots get shown at SDCC and the hype machine kicks into high gear. Expect to hear/see A LOT of Batwoman-related media in the coming weeks and months leading up to the premiere.

Truth be told, there will be a lot of ground and information to cover to be sure. And, I'm sure our intrepid Admins will be right in the thick of it.


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