Bio: Not one, not two, but three different women make up the
persona of Batwoman. One was the brains (Rocky), one was the motive
(Kathy) and one had the will to make it happen (Sonia). The three of
them met through Sonia—Kathy met Sonia in an art class and Sonia was
roommates with Rocky in freshmen year at State University.
Sonia-When Sonia’s family’s business was burned to the ground by one of
Rupert Thorne’s business dealings, she and her family lost everything.
Thorne was never linked to that night, and in effect, was never trialed
for his crime. Fueled by that night, she became a cop and swore she’d
take down Rupert Thorne.
Rocky-Her fiancé, David, was thrown in jail for being framed for a crime
the Penguin committed—but was never charged for. Her ‘computer geek’
persona was the perfect cover for her not being a candidate for being
Batwoman—something that even fooled Batman till the very end.
Kathy-Daughter of Carlton Duquesne, her mother was killed by a hit that
was supposed to go to her father. Her motive was simple—her mother died
because of simply being associated with him, and he kept her under tight
guard wherever she went. She hated him, in a sense, for what he did as a
‘business’, and wanted to put an end to it.
When the three got together, the idea of Batwoman formed, mapped out
their plans and how to go about it and set everything in motion. After
they went on their final run to take down the three men they swore they
would, they almost lost each other in the process.
Sonia was fired from the GCPD for her alternate persona as Batwoman,
David, Rocky’s fiancé, was freed from jail, and Carlton Duquesne was
sentenced to jail—where father and daughter now talk regularly.