Poison Ivy is getting a new series from DC Comics and the comic book’s writer says Harley-Ivy fans should be pleased with their story in it.
Warning! spoiler for poison ivy #1 by DC Comics
Writer G. Willow Wilson revealed that fans of poison ivy and harley quinn as a couple would be very pleased with the upcoming Pamela Isley-starring series. In a new interview, the writer for the forthcoming poison ivy #1 by DC Comics said there’s no question Harley is “now the central defining relationship of this character,” and that the book is set to be a love story. The comments should be music to the ears of readers who love seeing the couple together.
DC Comics revealed a series of new titles spinning out of DC Pride month, including a new Poison Ivy starring ongoing series from G. Willow Wilson and Marcio Takara. Wilson, an incredible writer who penned some incredible comics, including co-creating Kamala Khan’s Ms Marvel and The Dreaming: Waking Hours with Nick Robles as part of DC’s Black Label line in the Sandman Universe, is a fantastic choice to tell new Ivy stories. In a recent interview, she discussed her plans for the poison ivy series, including Harley Quinn’s role in the comic – which should have readers pleased.
Wilson talked with Entertainment Weekly about the upcoming poison ivy series and how she plans on taking the comic in an Annihilation-like direction, with plenty of body horror, while hitting on relevant themes, including humankind’s relationship to the environment. However, for those worried DC’s best couple, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn will be split up as Ivy embarks on a new adventure, have no fear. Wilson told EW she considers the book a “love story” and that “fans of the Harley-Ivy romance will be pleased because I think there’s no question that her relationship with Harley is now the central, defining relationship of this character.”
While Wilson stressed the comic isn’t all about love, she admitted Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn make an interesting couple in her mind because of what they’ve experienced and how they are kindred spirits, while having unpredictable chemistry that “nobody could have predicted .” From the EW interview:
“They’ve both been through a lot. They’ve both had to suffer through being manipulated by people they trusted, and that’s shaped a lot of their backstory, but neither one of them wants it to shape their future. I think both of they are actively trying to break out of past toxic relationships, and so they see really kindred spirits in each other. There’s just a certain chemistry between them that I don’t think anybody could necessarily have predicted, and that’s what makes it fun.”
While the new Poison Ivy series from DC Comics will definitely be filled with body horror and important themes, fans of the character’s relationship with Harley Quinn should be pleased and excited with Wilson’s viewpoint on their relationship. She has a great grasp of what makes the iconic couple so good together and doesn’t seem on planning to throw their romance in a loop like some other series have. That’s not to say there won’t be drama, however. harley quinn will appear in poison ivy #1 by DC Comics, which comes to comic book stores in June. The covers for the series above are by Jessica Fong and Jen Bartel.
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Source: Entertainment Weekly
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