Detective Comics #23.1

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #23.1 - The Green Kingdom released by DC Comics on November 2013.

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    For too long, Poison Ivy has played with men’s hearts and been a pawn in their games too—but no more! Now that Batman is gone, she will grow into a force of nature unlike anything Gotham City has seen before!



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    The Green Kingdom 0

    So the issue follows up the recent activities of Poison Ivy as well as her origin story that is brought to us via flashbacks.The story manages to expand itself enough for us readers to understand everything about her and care for the issue itself.The flashbacks of her origin story were really well done in my opinion.It looks great and along with the artwork of Javier Pina things are looking brilliant.I really like her flashback even though that almost every single origin story of a villain this...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Random reflections 0

    SPOILERS. SPOILERS. SERIOUSLY I SPOILER EVERYTHING AND I'M TERRIBLE ABOUT IT. So I'm reading all the villain month titles, continuing with the Bat books I'm checking out Poison Ivy, a character who I've always found vaguely interesting, although never really one of my favorites. The Good:So the flashbacks in this issue look great. Seriously the normal art is nice and all but I just love the look of the flashbacks. There's some nice action in this one and it does a great job of showing off just ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Ivy gets a lot more interesting 0

    Ivy's always been one of the less interesting members of Batman's rogues gallery. She was far from bad but compared to the deeper villains she wasn't to interesting with her motivation being to save plants and kill all organic life. While it makes for an interesting villain for a few stories Ivy got a bit stale. DC tried to make her more interesting by adding her into the mix with the Birds of Prey but that wasn't the needed direction for Ivy. However this issue was. Making Ivy a victim of seei...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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