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Poison Ivy Proves that She’s Truly a Force to be Reckoned with in “Poison Ivy #1”

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Poison Ivy Proves that She’s Truly a Force to be Reckoned with in “Poison Ivy #1”

Written by Angela Rairden Poison Ivy finally has her own title again and I couldn’t be happier about it! Written by G. Willow Wilson (the same writer who created Marvel’s Kamala Khan!), this is a deadlier version of Pamela Isley than we’ve seen in a long time. After obtaining god-like powers, only to have those powers stripped from her, Ivy’s feeling less like herself than ever before. Add to that the fact that she’s still processing her complicated break-up from Harley Quinn, and we have a version of Ivy that just wants to watch the world burn. Except, it isn’t...

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“Batman: The Knight” Shows Readers How Bruce Wayne Becomes The World’s Greatest Detective, by Angela Rairden

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“Batman: The Knight” Shows Readers How Bruce Wayne Becomes The World’s Greatest Detective, by Angela Rairden

  DC Comics released issue one of new title Batman: The Knight on January 19th. The planned 10 issue comic, written by the acclaimed Chip Zdarsky (Daredevil, Sex Criminals) with art by Carmine Di Giandomenico (The Flash, Batgirl) promises to tell “the story of [how] Batman begins”. Although I didn’t dislike the first issue at all, there are a couple of things that I found curious (which admittedly probably have more to do with DC itself than with this series). The first one being that the title of this comic is written in a very medieval style script, which is...

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"Poison Ivy: Thorns" Is the Coming of Age Story We Didn’t Know We Needed, by Angela Rairden

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"Poison Ivy: Thorns" Is the Coming of Age Story We Didn’t Know We Needed, by Angela Rairden

"Part of DC’s collection of graphic novels for young adults, Poison Ivy: Thorns introduces a backstory for its title character that’s both unique and familiar. Although the origin of Ivy’s powers over plant life are similar to her most well-known origin story, which was written by Neil Gaiman in Secret Origins #38 back in 1988, it’s the differences between these tales that makes this graphic novel truly stand out."

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How Rare Is a Detective Comics #27?

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How Rare Is a Detective Comics #27?

Another Detective Comics #27 sold for seven figures, making it the third million-dollar comic sold since November. The thing is, Batman’s first appearance is even more rare than you may realize.

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Injustice in The Flash Movie? It Could Happen

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Injustice in The Flash Movie? It Could Happen

Injustice is coming to the DCEU, and the latest set photos from The Flash may have confirmed it.

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