Batman – Detective Comics (2011-2016) #23.1: Featuring Poison Ivy




      Batman – Detective Comics (2011-2016) #23.1: Featuring Poison Ivy
For too long, Poison Ivy has played with men s hearts and been a pawn in their games but no Now that Batman is gone, she will grow into a force of nature unlike anything Gotham City has seen before Best Read Batman – Detective Comics (2011-2016) #23.1: Featuring Poison Ivy Author Derek Fridolfs For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Derek Fridolfs has worked professionally as an writer, inker, cover sequential artist for DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Boom, IDW, and a majority of comic companies the past 20 years 1 New York Times Best Selling Writer for the DC Secret Hero Society book series through SCHOLASTIC And Eisner Nominated co writer of Batman Li l Gotham at DC.He s also written for such titles as Adventure Time, Regular Show, Clarence, Looney Tunes, Scooby Doo, Teen Titans Go , Dexter s Laboratory, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The New Animated Adventures, Batman Arkham City, Batman Arkham Unhinged, Adventures Of Superman, Sensation Comics Wonder Woman, Justice League Beyond and many .

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  • Batman – Detective Comics (2011-2016) #23.1: Featuring Poison Ivy
  • Derek Fridolfs
  • English
  • 27 April 2019

10 thoughts on “ Batman – Detective Comics (2011-2016) #23.1: Featuring Poison Ivy

  1. Jayson says:

    B 76% Good NotesWherein the apple doesnt fall far from the tree, and offhand evil sprouts context from seeds in deep rooted memory B 76% Good NotesWherein the apple doesn t fall far from the tree, and offhand evil sprouts context from seeds in deep rooted memory

  2. Selkie ✦ Queen says:

    Villains Months marks the official re telling of the origin stories of the baddies of DC Several months back in my first wave of Batman comics diet, I read and reviewed Peter J Tomasi s villain issues for Two Face, the Talons, Clayface and Ra s Al Ghul and they were all great especially Two Face s which was an absolute favorite I was really surprised to see that Layman didn t write the four villain installments themselves for his title In any case, I thought Fridolfs did a remarkable piece Villains Months marks the official re telling of the origin stories of the baddies of DC Several months back in my first wave of Batman comics diet, I read and reviewed Peter J Tomasi s villain issues for Two Face, the Talons, Clayface and Ra s Al Ghul and they were all great especially Two Face s which was an absolute favorite I was really surprised to see that Layman didn t write the four villain installments themselves for his title In any case, I thought Fridolfs did a remarkable piece with his take on Poison Ivy s origins The artwork by Javier Pina stood out for me well enough especially his illustrations of the hellish jungle that Poison Ivy turned Gotham into being.Absurdly enough, a Villains ...

  3. Crystal Berdion says:

    Ah Poison Ivy, how do I love thee Let me count the ways..Of all the characters in the batman universe, Poison Ivy is without a doubt my most favorite character I m loving her styling and costume in the new 52 series T...

  4. mike andrews says:

    Fantastic retelling of Ivy s origin during a green rampage on a Batless Gotham.

  5. Rick Hunter says:

    This is the 3rd of 4 issues that I bought from Comixology.com for DC comics Buy 1 Get 1 Free sale during Cyber Monday This is the 2nd issue of DC s Villains month titles that I ve read The most popular titles were all rebranded for issue 23 This particular issue is called both Poison Ivy 1 and Detective Comics 23.1.Javier Pina is the artist for the book I don t like his art at all Poison Ivy doesn t look anywhere near good enough Part of that has to do with his art style The other part This is the 3rd of 4 issues that I bought from Comixology.com for DC comics Buy 1 Get ...

  6. Nicole says:

    Could be the start of something great, if it was continuing I love Poison Ivy and can t quite fault her for her beliefs.

  7. Amanda says:

    I enjoyed this I don t know her origin at all so it was a blank slate for me.

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