[KINDLE] ✓ Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #1 | BY ✓ Amy Chu Clay Mann Clayton Thomas Mann

Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #1 By Amy Chu Clay Mann Clayton Thomas Mann,

  • Title: Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #1
  • Author: Amy Chu Clay Mann Clayton Thomas Mann
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Life Death Poison Ivy has power over both But can she keep her friends and hold down a regular job at the same time As Dr Pamela Isley, she joins the prestigious plant sciences department at Gotham Botanical Gardens, but things quickly get complicated when a fellow scientist is murdered and it looks like the work of Ivy Don t miss the start of this new 6 issue miniseLife Death Poison Ivy has power over both But can she keep her friends and hold down a regular job at the same time As Dr Pamela Isley, she joins the prestigious plant sciences department at Gotham Botanical Gardens, but things quickly get complicated when a fellow scientist is murdered and it looks like the work of Ivy Don t miss the start of this new 6 issue miniseries
    Poison Ivy Cycle of Life and Death Life Death Poison Ivy has power over both But can she keep her friends and hold down a regular job at the same time As Dr Pamela Isley she joins the prestigious plant sciences department at Gotham Bo

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    1. Like Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy Pamela Isley is another female Batman villain who s been given her own title because she s apparently a good person now And, also like Harley, the creators behind Ivy aren t quite sure what to do with her.Writer Amy Chu is quick to make familiar connections for the audience The kids from Gotham Academy cameo on a field trip to Pamela s new lab, funded by the Wayne Foundation, followed shortly by Harley Other than that, there s not much of a story, though the final p [...]

    2. I m giving it a chance, but Harley Quinn monopolizing half the comic didn t do it any favors when it s already so short Not a huge fan of the story either Ivy is once again embroiled in some plant based murder she didn t commit, but is likely to be blamed for all the same As in, every story involving Ivy ever I m waiting to see if it gets better, but as its only a miniseries at least it s not a long commitment.

    3. I enjoy comic books, graphic novels and manga, but I am not an expert on any of them A dabbler I would say I like the character of Poison Ivy and when I saw this was available for request wish on NetGalley, I wished for it I m glad I did, only it s part one of six, so now I have to read the rest of it Cliffhanger The artwork was gorgeous and while the Kindle version downloaded had no words, I could follow the idea of the story with the pictures only I did download it onto my computer and was abl [...]

    4. I received a free eARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review In this series, Poison Ivy gets a new job at the Gotham Botanical Gardens thanks to her new mentor Luisa Cruz.We see her struggling trying to be a normal person, which she finds very difficult to do, since she doesn t feel like one She s part human, part plant A loner who is better off being by herself Although she wouldn t mind having someone like her around.Her good friend Harley Quinn also makes an appear [...]

    5. Yay Harley and Ivy together It s been so long since I ve been out of comics that I think the last time I saw them together was Batman The Animated Series Ivy seems to have gone straight and is working in a lab funded by the Wayne Foundation But, she s lonely I don t need anybody I just wish I wish I had someone like me Hmmmm who hasn t felt like that Sometimes supervillains seems so unrelatable But it s wonderful when they re written to be related to But before this comic starts it s over Well, [...]

    6. My usual disclaimer I don t usually read mainstream superhero comics, I don t understand a ton of continuity, etc so take my reviews with a grain of salt I saw Amy Chu speak at Flamecon this summer, and she said some insightful things about writing a character who is usually portrayed as super sexual She said she meant to write Pam Isley in these books as less of a femme fatale and as someone operating at a remove from humanity, both because of her hybrid physiology and her role as a super scie [...]

    7. More reviews and no fluff on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress With Poison Ivy Cycle of Life and Death we have a Pamela Isley attempting to concentrate only on her plants and avoiding the whole superhero super villain scene There is a lot of set up here but not much pay off until the last panel starts Isley s quest Unfortunately, we have to go through a lot of filler in order to get there Especially considering how short this issue is to begin with, there s not much to go on.Story Pamela Isley is [...]

    8. Great start to the mini series Ivy is trying to go straight and has a job in a botany lab Harley making an appearance and leaving angry has Ivy come to realize maybe she has no ties left to her human side To top it all off someone is poisoned in her lab.

    9. Something strikes me as so American I m sorry but I do think it s something cultural here Poison Ivy walks all day long on high heels while she does science stuff Totally believable kuch kuch not kuch kuch I think because she is hot stuff and hot woman have to wear heels But thenShe gets home and being somebody who loves plants is part plant she takes her clothes of This I actually got I was thinking about that earlier, when I saw her shoes, why not take them of and walk barefoot around the lab, [...]

    10. They nailed Pam s personality and I love that Harley plays such a big role in her life The way they interact with each other shows how Harley reminds Ivy of her humanity Pam may be a plant human hybrid, but she s generally not fond of humans Harley is the one person she seems to care about even if she does get rather obsessed with her plants I m interested in seeing how their relationship is dealt with So far, they already sound like an old married couple, bickering and putting up with each othe [...]

    11. As a fan of the Gotham City Sirens, I knew picking up a mini series about Ivy was a good choice, but I m not sure what direction this series is going to take I wish there had been action or at least build up before such an intense cliffhanger like that As much as I love Harley, and love Harley and Ivy together, I wish the focus had stayed on Ivy Fingers crossed the next issue is better

    12. I ve never been a follower of the Batman comics, let alone Poison Ivy Pamela Isley However, a female driven comic book definitely attracts my attention Sadly, Harley Quinn shows up and steals panel time, which would have been better served to Dr Isley, considering Harley already has her own ongoing issue Loved the artwork by Clay Mann, and the story by Any Chu was great Looking forward to reading the next issues coming out.

    13. Very good This issue had everything, great artwork, good story, and humor all around So this series starts off with Ivy, taking up a job as a scientist in a research lab, then Harley crashes the party and it goes south from there I think this will be an interesting series

    14. I don t know if I m biased because I love Poison Ivy, but I really enjoyed the start of this mini series and I really wish DC would dedicate time to developing Poison Ivy and Harley together.

    15. I didn t know anything about this series, but just happened to stumble across it on Comixology I love Poison Ivy She is my favorite Batman villain and one of my top 10 favorite DC villains in general In recent years she has been part of the Birds of Prey team I didn t really enjoy her character there because, as I stated earlier, she s a villain This series written by Amy Chu has her in a hero type role pretty much like she was in Birds of Prey I don t know if hero is the right word, but she isn [...]

    16. 4.3 stars out of 5.I don t have much experience with Poison Ivy, outside of the awful film Batman Robin that featured her as a villain That being said, I was always very interested in her character, as well as others like Harley, Catwoman, Talia Al Ghul, etc This comic was definitely not a disappointment as my first real plunge into her character outside of films and TV shows Poison Ivy, or Pamela Isley, has put down her life of crime and has found a second chance at a legitimate lifestyle She i [...]

    17. I received an egalley from the publisher through netgalley in exchange for an honest review This has in no way swayed my opinionI absolutely loved this comic I m quite sad that it isn t longer and the series are only going to consist of 6 issues However, I am amazed by the story and the quality of the artwork I just want to frame some of them Usually I don t connect with either graphic novels or comics and I really couldn t care less This one however, is probably my favorite comic graphic novel [...]

    18. Poison Ivy isn t in my top 5 of Batman villains, but when I saw she was finally getting a solo mini series, I had to buy the first issue on release day The story might disappoint those who wanted violent and sexy Ivy straight out of the gate, but I can appreciate a slower burn Ivy is back concentrating on her life as Dr Pamela Isley and the story focuses on her intellect and professional aspirations, and angst at being trapped between the plant and human worlds, rather than the pheromones and T [...]

    19. It takes a lot to make Poison Ivy unsexy For this crew it s simple This opening episode we get a new human character helping her work as a plant scientist, a fight whose only point is to push Harley Quinn out the story clearly a good thing , and a final third where Pamela infodumps so many thought bubbles that either tell us the irrelevant or only repeat what we already know The biggest sin for me remains the desexualised Isley she s supposed to have a mystique and allure proving her exotic natu [...]

    20. Dr Pamela Isley is hoping to ahem turn over a new leaf doing research at the Gotham Botanical Gardens She s struggling to fit in among the humans and juggling her old Poison Ivy relationships with the new ones, such as her mentor Dr Luisa Cruz But of course things are never that easyI LOVED this issue I ve been a fan of Poison Ivy forever and this issue doesn t disappoint Her character is excellent, the art is gorgeous, and I love watching her interactions with Harley Quinn, students, and the ge [...]

    21. One of my all time favorite bad gals from Gotham is back and this time she s got a new job Pamela Isley aka Poison Ivy has gotten a second chance and is working at a swanky lab in the botanical gardens Things look good for Ivy, but it s Gotham so we know somethings gonna go down.In this exciting new series we get some mystery, a murder and a visit from my favorite craZy gal, Harley Quinn The art is of course not to be left behind we have incredible art to accompany a very promising storyline.

    22. Hmm Very interesting start to a mini series Poison Ivy has herself involved in a mystery She s back to working in a lab trying to get her credit back as a scientist Harley drops by unannounced and the two go out for a drink and where Harley goes she finds trouble but Pam tells her she needs to cut ties as work is important Only when Pam gets back to work next morning trouble has arrived there too Great start Poison Ivy is one of my favourite Bat villains and this is cool to see her in the role o [...]

    23. I think this was a great start to Poison ivy s first series I think the writer got Pamela Isley character down well The artwork is great as well, and all involved look great Also a small plus is Harley Quinn makes a brief cameo, Not long enough to bother all those who don t like her As a whole an enjoyable read, and great experience visually as well.I received an advanced copy of this from NetGalley and the publisher.

    24. A Poison Ivy solo comic How is that going to work Just like this comic did, that s how For years, Poison Ivy has taken a back seat compared to characters like Harley Quinn and Catwoman, and being in the worst Batman movie of all time certainly didn t help This comic took the character, someone who is introverted, and single minded and built on it A small, but great start to this mini series, and I hope the fans of this character will enjoy.

    25. OMG, the artwork is gorgeous So lush and vibrant Near the end, Poison Ivy says I don t need anybody I just wish I had someone like me Just about broke my heart If your knowledge of Poison Ivy Pamela Isley as a character comes from the Batman Robin movie, you need to read this There s a different side to her despite her claims of being plant than human, she longs for affection and friendship Also, Harley makes an appearance

    26. his is a really short comic 22 pages long , it s the introduction to what I hope a new and bigger arc.I don t think I have much to tell you about this, it s very well illustrated and it has my beautiful Harley so I think that s good, it makes it fun to read, I also like having Pamela in her environment as a human doctor is always enjoyable even though the last pages are a bit sad.

    27. Very nice Poison Ivy is one of my favorite Batman characters, and I never see or hear anyone talking about her, so I ve always kinda felt like she was underrated at least a little I thought this was a great start, and I look forward to reading the rest of the mini series Oh, and I loved the artwork too

    28. This was a pretty good read I wish there were to it, although I understand it is a mini series I have never read any Poison Ivy comics before I would like of a well rounded story here, There wasn t much excitement to the story Maybe it is leading up to something in the following issues.

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