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"Beware of-Poison Ivy!" The debut of one of the Dynamic Duo's greatest foes is reprinted in this new facsimile edition, just in time for HARLEY QUINN AND POISON IVY #1! In this story, Poison Ivy crashes an art gallery opening to announce that she intends to become Gotham City's greatest villainess! How will the Caped Crusaders stop her mad plan-when Ivy's kisses can cloud men's minds? And in the backup story, Batman must help one of the Mystery Analysts of Gotham City when she's threatened by a mysterious voice. This issue also includes a two-page pinup of the Dynamic Duo!

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The Sensational New Character of 1966! 0

Pamela Isley. Poison Ivy.There were a number of cool characters that made the transition from Batman comics to live action in the '60's. Frank Gorshin elevated The Riddler with his performance. Burgess Meredith and Cesar Romero were pretty impressive. You have to admire Mr. Romero - he refused to shave his mustache, and played his role with make-up covering it! When looking over Adam West's live action rogues gallery, very few of them were female. Zelda the Great was an interesting done-in-one. ...

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