Pamela Isley has been a lot of things in her life. A living god, a super-villain, an activist, a scientist, and dead. In a new body that she didn’t ask for and with a renewed sense of purpose, Ivy leaves Gotham and sets out to complete her greatest work—a gift to the world that will heal the damage dealt to it…
I enjoyed it (big surprise, I know ), so I hope you do to! I believe a certain Bat-club will be reading that in June, actually. (pssst. Is that accurate still, @Jay_Kay? I’m going to link it, if so…this is going live today, btw)
While I’m here, I just remembered this beautiful artwork by @KeyFamily:
I read COL&D #'s 1-4 as they came out, and then Rebirth happened. Once it debuted, to my pull list I said “Goodbye, everything that isn’t a Rebirth title!” (which included COL&D), as I was only reading Rebirth books from that point forward.
I really enjoyed what I did read of the series. At this point, I’m just going to do a re-read of what I have read, along with #s 5 and 6, because as strong as my memory is, I remember precisely zilch about what happened in the majority of the title.
You know…I might just follow-up COL&D with Harleen. That way, I can finally finish two Pam and Harl books that I’ve stalled on for some time. It’ll be a Pam and Harl reading sammich!
Aw, thank you so much for the shoutout @Razzzcat! I really appreciate that! I just finished my first original comic page yesterday. I’ve been busy in the studio but nothing DC-related. Hopefully soon I’ll have something to share!
@Razzzcat Note: Ivy’s journey actually start in the backup of Batman 124.
Oh, I am excited for this as some of the promotional art and the interview reminds me of one of my favorite Disturbing dark Anime OVA’s Genocyber. (a true Lovecraftian-level horror anime, not something for the faint of heart it is really disturbing).
i am hoping Ivy becomes the next Avatar of the Green in this…she will defiantly be the sexiest looking swamp thing ever. yes, that is a misogynistic way to put it but its true.
Correct, but alas it’s not in the DCU library yet. A certain humble little club I have (as well as our friends at World of Bats) on purpose, lol, has been and will be covering what we do have available. Partly HERE: (the rest of our shenanigans, coming SN)
I want either the time machine from The Time Machine (the 1960 flick by George Pal, and the best adaptation of the book, FYI) or…the DeLorean from, well, we all know what the DeLorean is from.
I mean, “Great Scott!”, we should.
If I had a time machine, I’d go into the future for:
To pick up singles, trades (hardcovers, softcovers, deluxe editions, digests), Absolute Editions and omnibuses of Marshmallow Pete
To nab 6/7 books early
Then, I’d go back in time and shop 'til I drop through the '80s, aka one of the greatest eras of all time for comics and action figures (I’d build a fort out of sealed cases of Kenner Super Powers figures. Oh yes, I would. ).
If only time machines existed…
SN: For more about time travel, check out the movie Primer.