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TITLE: Poison Ivy #3
AUTHOR: G. Willow Wilson
ARTISTS: Marcio Takara, Arif Prianto (Colorist), Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (Letterer). Cover by Jessica Fong.
RELEASED: August 2, 2022
By Rob Siebert
There’s a great sensual quality to the art in Poison Ivy that’s obviously very appropriate for the character. It’s got a mostly understated sexiness to it. In this case understated is a good thing, considering how far in the other direction some artists can take a character like Ivy.
There’s a page in here where Wilson writes Ivy’s take on hope and faith that I found really interesting and insightful. Interesting topics to touch on, considering this is a story where she’s trying to kill all of humanity…
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