I don't write many DVD reviews because they tend to be so subjective. However, I do follow a lot of the superhero releases, and am especially attracted to the Batman series. This one looked interesting with a new twist, but it is sorely missing many of the points that make Batman intriguing. Okay so Batwoman is a lesbian. She doesn't have to be so defensive about it though, or so strident. In 2020 we all know there are gay people, gay marriages and so on. Batwoman, though, is ready to beat anyone to a pulp who pays any attention to it, except of course if a hot looking woman walks in the room, she is instantly gaga over her and just wants to kiss her and take her to bed, and forget about the murderer she's supposed to be chasing. Her transformation is also totally unbelievable. She's about 5'2" and weighs maybe 100 pounds and never does any training or anything to develop her physique or her martial arts skills, but anytime she walks in there seem to be 10 huge muscular guys with guns and other weapons, but she doesn't bat an eye, but just instantly pulverizes all of them and doesn't even break a sweat or have a scratch. And the car crash where her mother died and supposedly her sister, leaves neither her nor her sister with so much as a mussed up hairdo, even though the evil sister is kidnapped by someone who tortures her and turns her evil. There is no character development and no attention to believability. In one scene, she's chasing a runaway train. She rides her Batbike down the middle of the railroad tracks, smooth as if it were pavement, not noticing there are huge bumpy railroad ties there. Then she shoots out a grappling hook on a thin line, shoots the other end onto one of the railroad ties, and stops the train with inches to spare. The train has been going about 80 mph and stops on a dime, yet none of the tracks is pulled up, the grappling hook doesn't pull the back door off the train, and no one is even knocked out of their seat by this abrupt action. Totally not even close to realistic. I realize there is something called a "suspension of disbelief," but it was too much to disbelieve. And then there's the sister against sister. They capture each other at least once per episode, threatening to kill each other. Even the police capture the evil sister, but of course whichever one is captured is let go. Why? Because they're sisters. And there has to be another capture and release in the next episode. I could go on, but I'm sure you get the point.