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Sabine Rich is a professional illustrator and artist living in France. You can find more of her work in her deviantART gallery.

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As part of Forever Evil (DC’s new event that I’m not now, or planning on ever, reading) villains take over various titles in the coming weeks as the DC heroes have all gone missing. Here Detective Comics turns over Gotham to Poison Ivy who wastes little time in transforming the entire city from a concrete jungle into a far more natural one.

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Sideshow Collectibles is now taking pre-orders for their new limited edition 21in. Poison Ivy Premium Format Figure complete with winding vines and “captivating come-hither pose.” The voluptuous vixen can be yours for the low, low price of $350.

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Bat Romance

by Cap'n Carrot on August 22, 2012 · 0 comments

in Music Videos

While we weren’t looking this happened. Bat Romance features Harley Quinn (Nikki BreAnne Wells), Poison Ivy (Jessica Serfaty), and Catwoman (Raina Hein) performing a parody of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” as they each express their romantic interest in the Dark Knight.

BAT ROMANCE [Batman Original MUSIC VIDEO] Dark Knight Rises Parody

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It’s not easy being green.

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Shane Glines is a cartoonist and designer from the Pacific NW. Check out more of his work on his blog and in his deviantART gallery.

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When last we left the new Birds they had just gotten a reporter blown up in broad daylight in the middle of a crowded airport. After escaping the airport Black Canary and Starling collect the third member of their team and look for answers.

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Harley Quinn‘s murderous rage continues as she works herself further and further inside Arkham Asyulm until only one door stands between her and the man she’s come to kill – the Joker.

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Selina Kyle knows Bruce Wayne is Batman. That’s a problem. But is it a big enough problem to justify wiping her memories surrounding Batman’s true identity from her mind?

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I’m a Batman fan. I’ll freely admit to reading more comics featuring The Dark Knight than any other character. And few heroes have a rogues gallery like that of Batman. So the idea of taking three of those characters (two of which we’re successfully teamed-up on Batman: The Animated Series) sounded like an okay idea. The early results, however, have been mixed.

This hardcover collects the first seven issues of Gotham City Sirens which unites Catwoman, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy for the purpose of…well, that’s where things start to go wrong.

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