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Poison Ivy #7

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 10 critic ratings.


Poison Ivy has finally sold out to Big Fracking! That’s right! You heard it here first, folks! With a new mission, a renewed outlook on life, and a burgeoning new sense of purpose, Ivy is back and better than ever before.

A brand-new era of Poison Ivy begins!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
26 pages
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10 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100


    After getting off to a tremendous start in the first arc, ‘Poison Ivy’ kicks off the second with the same emotional eco-horror energy while building off what came before to enter a new phase for the green-loving villain. Everything about this book just works and fully proves the idea that any character can support a series with the right energy and creative team behind them.

  • 95


    G. Willow Wilson’s second arc of her impressive Poison Ivy ongoing continues Ivy’s quest to save planet Earth and the Green with a newly focused mission that emphasizes her anti-capitalist agenda and personal growth, while new series artist Atagun Ilhan brings the perfect level of gravitas and horror to Ivy’s renewed quest.

  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    It’s always a good day when Poison Ivy comes into my life. I’m very excited about the next arc we are going on as Wilson seems to have a great plan, from what I can see! Everyone gets Ivy and her story, which is really what we want from her artistic team. The spy element is exciting and I hope we get to see more of this new, sneaky Pamela.

  • 86

    Comic Watch

    Poison Ivy #7 is a slow burn that deftly balances horror and heart and will leave you on the edge of your seat.

  • 85

    Geek Dad

    Ivy trying to infiltrate a company as a humble farmer is pretty funny, and this issue continues the series’ effective strategy of having her move around constantly, surrounding herself with a new supporting cast she never lets herself get attached to. What doesn’t work quite as well is the new villain, a powerful “girlboss” executive who oddly looks a lot like Punchline.

  • 81

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    POISON IVY #7 is carried largely on promise, but that doesn’t make it a bad comic. The story remains compelling, and Ivy seems to have gone through genuine character growth. The revelation in the final page also adds surprising stakes. I look forward to reading this new arc.

  • 80

    Women Write About Comics - WWAC

  • 60

    Major Spoilers

    The setup is solid and the ending works as a shocker, but certain elements and inconsistencies in the art make for a distracting read for me.

  • 50

    I have mixed feelings about Poison Ivy #7. On one hand, I love the idea of the story taking on capitalism, our destruction of the environment, and evil corporations in a way that is inventive and feels very of the moment and from that perspective, this issue delivers. But on the other, this issue is such a hard left turn from the first six issues.

  • 45


    Poison Ivy got 6 extra issues because of how many people were buying the series, only to have the added arc take a completely different direction. The change is far too sudden for me, and I imagine there’ll be other readers lost at this point. That is, unless, the crowd that DC is listening to puts their money where their mouth is and shows there truly is more interest in Ivy as a hero.

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