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Synopsis: Poison Ivy plans her revenge on those who betrayed her: Harley Quinn and Catwoman. What's Good? Poison Ivy is the central character in this issue, after the events with Harley and The Joker leading her being betrayed by both Harley and Selina. One of the highlight for this issue is Ivy's confrontation with Harley and herself. Ivy wants Harley good as dead, but she can't bring herself to do it due to them being friends for so long. Harley is what kept Ivy humane. You could also say that...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Gotham City Sirens #25 This is GCS' second to last issue and that makes me sad. I really read this story straight from the beginning and I mostly liked the series and now Selina's gonna have her own series, Harley's an insane death row criminal, and Ivy could be anywhere! (she may be in birds of prey but I don't know). Well enough with the sappy stuff for now, on with the review!! Ivy has had this plant thing looking for her and it finally found her in her arkham cell , courteous of Selina. Ivy ...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
"Gotham City Sirens" # 25 is the second to last issue in series that will not be part of DC's New 52. The last issue felt like a good place to end the series but apparently two more books were needed to fill in the allotted space. So after having Harley and Ivy taken into custody and the story arc seemingly over, writer Peter Calloway had to come up with something to fill up two more issues. So Ivy breaks out yet again after being offered a chance to kill Catwoman by a mysterious guard. As for...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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