Poison Ivy: Thorns OGN
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Poison Ivy: Thorns OGN

Writer: Kody Keplinger Artist: Sara Kipin Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 2, 2021 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
8.2Critic Rating
9.3User Rating

New York Times bestselling author of The DUFF Kody Keplinger and artist Sara Kipin reimagine an iconic DC antihero with a gothic-horror twist. Pamela Isley doesn’t trust other people, especially men. They always want something from her that she’s not willing to give. When cute goth girl Alice Oh comes into Pamela’s life after an accident at the local park, she makes Pamela feel like pulling back the curtains and letting the sunshine in. But there are dark secrets deep within the Isley home. Secrets Pamela’s father has warned must remain hidden. Secrets that could turn deadly and destroy the one person who ever cared about Pamela, or a more

  • 9.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jun 1, 2021

    This story could have gone bad in so many ways, but instead it's a poignant and powerful tale that actually makes sense as both a start of darkness for Poison Ivy and a humanizing touch for Pamela Isley. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Batman Universe - James Remolde Jun 11, 2021

    This is a fascinating telling of a possible origin of Poison Ivy. It creates some pathos for this character, a character I have always found to be very intriguing. I loved it, but I did have a slight question about the lack of consequences. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    But Why Tho? - Marina Z. Jun 2, 2021

    At its core, Poison Ivy: Thorns is Pamela Isley's corruption arc as she lets her desire for revenge take deep root in her heart. As she undergoes her character development, revealing her true personality and desire to be in control of her own life, Pamela is well on her way to becoming Poison Ivy. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Dark Knight News - Fay Clark Jun 11, 2021

    Sara Kipin is a treasure. her work on Poison Ivy: Thorns made the project for me, and tied it all together seamlessly. If you know and love the character, I would say this is a good read and a good intro for people who don't know much about her. Read Full Review

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