Graves really nails each of the characters. Catwoman's grace and smugness she portrays with each of her movements. She contrasts her against Batgirl who has a natural more healthy sense of humor and a gymnast stance. She cannot resist Harley's jester hat as a visual prop, and she's aware of the point of view. Ivy should appear to be a more or less classic femme fatale. She has to appear imposing and sexy since sex is one of her weapons. However, because Ivy's enemies and rivals are all women, Graves really takes a matter of fact approach that smothers most of her sex-appeal. After all, Batgirl and Catwoman are not going to look at Ivy any differently. Certainly, Ivy's costume covers not much, and she's got long, lean legs. Her buttocks hang out from her corset. Her very presence would normally drive men wild and trick them into making mistakes, but none of these attributes are emphasized because nobody in the book looking at Ivy is interested. It's really quite brilliant and unexpected Read Full Review
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