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POISON IVY – savior of THE GREEN?

The team is in the jungles of the Amazon and the boardrooms of Dubai, where the Birds must make a deal with the Devil!

A shocking ending you can’t afford to miss!

A business meeting in Dubai that considers fracking is interrupted by Poison Ivy.

A week earlier, the Birds of Prey are running from the Perennial attacking them and killing Brett Leyden. The Perennial is a mixture of plant and human genes. Ivy explains to the others that she has a new suit that gives her new powers but also takes life from here, meaning she'll die in six months. She has lured the Birds to inject them with a similar toxin to force them help her fight people who harm the earth. If they help her for six months, she will cure them, if not, they'll die. If they die, a toxin will be released to help Earth to recover and make it greener again.

Back in Dubai, security threatens to kill Ivy but the Birds jump in and help her. When the company's boss wants them to arrest Ivy, Starling puts a gun to his head and shoots.

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The horror, the horror 0

This is so weird. I really like the story here. Ivy forcing the others to save the Earth is a nice twist (even if it makes saving the Earth seem less important because of Ivy's drastic measures, but that's a given in our culture). The plot isn't perfectly developed, but it works. But the art! The last three pages are among the worst art I have ever seen in a comic book. It's terribly inconsistent, with no background or facial expressions and looks ridiculous.Is this a joke?What's even worse is t...

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Birds of Prey #11 0

THE GOOD: There are some parts of the art where I really liked looking at the panel. Travel Foreman does a great job with the characters and the backgrounds. I really like the sketchy feeling it has to the pages that he does. The story is a little confusing. It starts at current time, which is a few weeks ahead from where we left off in the last issue. Then it goes back into the past that tells us what exactly is going on in the present. I really think that twist of Poison Ivy was predictable bu...

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