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“Broken Toys” Batwoman Series Teases Villain Return

Published on January 27th, 2022 | Updated on January 27th, 2022 | By FanFest

The CW has published a sneak peek for “Broken Toys,” the 11th episode of Batwoman’s third season. The aftermath of Nicole Kang’s (Poison Mary) and Bridget Regan (Pamela Isley) crusade against Gotham appears to be (largely) in the books, so the episode is expected to center on Nick Creegan (Marquis Jet), who is now Gotham City’s newest version of The Joker. According to the trailer, Victor Zsasz (Alex Morf) will be making his comeback to the series for the first time since his debut in Season 2.

“It was really cool,” Morf told ComicBook.com last year. “When I first got the role, I think it was a little intimidating, of “How do you get into somebody’s skin who is capable of that kind of atrocity?” The more that I started looking at him, the more I realized how much we actually have in common. We’re both independent contractors for hire, for a very specific skill that we’ve had quite a bit of experience doing. I feel like another thing that is sort of surprising about him, to me, is that he seems genuinely interested in people and curious about people, and kind of perceptive in a weird way. That made my interactions with Ryan and Batwoman really interesting, because I think that he sees something that he’s genuinely interested in about them. It’s a juicy character detail, to have somebody who really kind of enjoys people and is perceptive about people, but also has no value for human life. That contrast is really stark and really kind of scary and interesting.”

“Also, I also just want to say that Javicia is incredible. [There’s a] palpable presence when you meet her for the first time,” Morf continued. “She has a deep inner strength and also humor, and she’s a natural leader. As is often the case — especially with me, because I’ve always been a little bit slow to warm up to people — I feel like the first thing we did together, we were feeling each other out a little bit. And by the end, when we were fighting together, we were just giggling and joking around and stuff. I just have tremendous respect for her.”

On The CW, Batwoman stars Wednesdays at 9/8c. “Broken Toys” will air on February 3rd.

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