Poison Ivy crowned herself the brand-new Queen of Gotham City. Gotham was placed to his knees by the ‘Joker Fight.’ A wealthy Clown Prince of Crime stole and fitted gangs of ruined hoodlums with the Wayne riches.
In the meantime, Batman was put on poisons and the Dark Knight was left unable for days by the Punch line-his the last pinch.
Batman: The Joker Warzone has just been released by DC to discuss the effects of the Joker War and share the story of those who were caught in the crossfire.
This is mostly used to setup anarchy to start many characters, ready for upcoming events, into new directions. Poison Ivy, which did not play an important role in “Joker War,” is one such character, but was nevertheless listed.
Harley Quinn took the breakaway Batman into a den she shared with Poison Ivy and the Joker Gang members raided it.
Poison Ivy returns to her long haunt – and is shocked to discover the Joker Gang has looted one of her favorite locations in Gotham in one of the short story of “Ashes of Eden” by Sam Johns and the author Laura Braga.
The whole region is burnt down and a whole ecosystem can be ruined, declaring that only one invasive species, and she has been misusing her focus on Harley Quinn. “But I have forgotten that people are not like plants.
I have allowed myself to the blind by the chase of the flesh,” smokes Ivy at an inmate. I wanted to give the world a paradise and the only choice I’ve had is to lift the hell.” Devil is Ivy. Devil is Ivy.
Poison Ivy is a leading star of the Harley Quinn series’ supporting cast and it is also prudent for DC to make her popular in the comics. However, actually, with its regression of the character back to the villain Poison Ivy, this particular path is breathtaking.
It does not know anything that has made the hit DC Universe series follower of Poison Ivy. It is a disillusion to see that the Harley Quinn-Poison Ivy relationship is one of the best Queer romances in DC.
Batman’s short story: The Joker Warzone finishes with Poison Ivy sending plant life tendrils across Gotham to the whole area. It seems to be a rehearsal for what is supposed to be a big rainbow in 2021; hopefully, DC takes the time to work out how to treat this story a little better.