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What the community says about Batman Arkham: Poison Ivy
- "I love Poison Ivy and this was a great storyline in the Batman Arkham genre. Previously Dr. Pamela Isley, Poison Ivy takes the world of botany and turns it on it's head. Becoming a supervillain to rival Batman's superhero, she provides a worth foe for the Bat capable of using all the weaponized plants she needs to accomplish her own ends. DC Comics does this one right and is a great addition to anyone's collection."
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- "DC comics are always dark but grounded, which personally I am a huge fan of because Marvel comics tend to be outlandish when it comes to the superpower department. The topic is very general since a child can be the range of age 3 to 12 to me, if you want your twelve year old reading a DC comic or even just this one and he or she likes it, I would love to give that kid a hug."
- "Poison Ivy used to be a normal woman in Batman Arkham: Poison Ivy. Then her professor and trusted friend used some of his sorcery on her and she became something else. Now she walks the earth as a thorn in Batman's side using her poisonous toxins to touch anyone she desire to destroy."
- "Superheroes has cemented their mainstay in popular culture with the recent string of superhero movies over the past decade. Whether they are flying all over the universe or teaming up to defeat a great foe, they tell interesting stories. I think this is another great story in superhero lore. "