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As Poison Ivy is recruited by DC’s new vampire army, she undergoes a shocking evolution that makes her Gotham’s most terrifying threat.

Gotham City is home to the most terrifying villains on the planet, including the cannibalistic Killer Croc, the mind-bending Scarecrow, and the genocide jester known as the Joker, but Poison Ivy’s new vampiric transformation just put her ahead of the pack. list.

Readers can see Poison Ivy’s terrifying transformation in DC vs. Vampires: All-Out War #6 “Thirst” by Mirka Andolfo. After being infected with vampirism, the group of vampires who infected Ivy wonder why she is acting weird. Typically, whenever a DC character is infected with vampirism, they immediately lose all sense of morality, immediately joining the cause of vampires no questions asked. But Ivy behaves differently – instead of immediately joining and helping vampires kill heroes, Ivy immediately begins killing everyone in the immediate vicinity.

In DC vs. Vampires and its various connections, the human world has fallen under the control of a vampire. A secret society of vampires has spent a lot of time infecting or slowly killing any hero or villain they see as a threat. They acted so cautiously that even Batman couldn’t find out who the vampires were until they revealed themselves. With Nightwing as the current vampire villain, he ordered his minions to track down and infect anyone who might prove useful, which is how Poison Ivy was infected. But infecting Poison Ivy comes with a side effect that literally no one saw coming, and it could have doomed the entire planet, for both humans and vampires.

Poison Ivy becomes a bloodthirsty plant god

Poison Ivy is a character who is deeply in tune with plants – she controls all plant life, and her body has plant attributes, such as needing lots of sunlight to live. Its similarities to plants don’t end there, as the vampiric flail unlocks new abilities. There are many plants that can survive on blood meal, but roses in particular can survive on pure blood and ground bone. Poison Ivy appears to have been affected differently than all other vampires due to her plant DNA, giving Poison Ivy a new monster form unlike any other vampire so far. One of the vampires, before Ivy brutally kills him, even suggests the idea that her plant DNA might be what makes her act different from literally every other villain they’ve infected. Ivy’s bloodlust causes her to not only drain the blood of humans, but other vampires as well, making her the greatest threat to both sides in the current war – especially as her tendrils twist. spread across the city.

Poison Ivy is a brand new faction

Ivy declares that she now considers the entire world hers to feed on, and her new vampiric form sprouts fanged flowers that begin to strangle the horizon. With the world’s human heroes and villains on the back foot, Poison Ivy’s newfound status as a god-level solo operator could be the challenge that ultimately turns the undead away from total conquest…or she could be the threat that seals the fate of humanity forever.

DC vs. Vampires: All-Out War #6 is available now from DC Comics!

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