Batman: Harley & Ivy

Batman: Harley & Ivy

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Batman: Harley and Ivy is a comic book series written by Paul Dini and Judd Winick. Illustrated by Bruce Timm and Joe Chiodo, it was published in 2004 by DC Comics. This issue is a part of the Batman Adventures comic book series.

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  • Jennifer Newman
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "Everyone apparently likes them some batman. I personally like the art style in this book. It's different and quirky and kinda pulls out Harley's silly/crazy character self a bit better than the more serious styles of art you see her in. It also has enough Poison Ivy story's to quell anyone's craving for her, even if the art work doesn't really do her justice. If you want something more Poison Ivy you might check out one that features her alone. "
    Gilberto Domínguez
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "The best comic book featuring Poison Ivy is Batman: Harley & Ivy by Paul Dini and Judd Winick. Villains Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy plan to take down Batman once and for all, but first Harley has to convince Poison Ivy that she has what it takes. Wonderfully illustrated by Bruce Timm and Joe Chiodo."
    Willie Bishop
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I find that this story really humanizes both Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. It is a fun sort of story, nothing too deep and dark certainly not a companion for fans of stories like Batman: Gothic or the Nolan Batman movies but it really does make Harvey grow on you."
    Grace Campbell
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "Poison Ivy is an iconic villain that we see many times in Batman. One of the best comics that features her is Batman: Harley & Ivy. This comic is very fun to read and showcases Poison Ivy in a fun situation."
  • Brenda Flores
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Batman: Harley and Ivy is one of the better contemporary imaginings of these characters--it feels both fresh and true to their origins at the same time. Timm and Chiodo's illustrations are dynamic and give the comic a sense of being alive. The joke are well-placed and don't serve to dampen the action scenes at all."
  • Reyansh Verma
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "My brother has been a fan of superheros for the last few years and I have made it a habit to buy him comics and take him to see movies as they come out. One of his favorite superhero books is probably Batman: Harley & Ivy. He tells me that this one is pretty action packed and he likes to read it at least once a week."
  • Christine Pena
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Not the best graphic novel in this category by far. It establishes character relationships."
  • Jacqueline Burton
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Poison Ivy AND Harley Quinn? Sign me up! These are my two favorite villains in one great adventure. Not a lot of superheros in it, which is why I'm lowering the rating a bit."
  • Amber Scott
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I really am dissapointed with this book. I am a fan of all the characters in the book. But the art in this book is very different then what I am used to. I didnt know the art was changed for this one, and having the characters look so different threw me off. I just couldnt appreciate this book, it was just too different."
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