Poison Ivy Through the Ages

Poison Ivy is one of the deadliest supervillains in Batman Comics and first appeared in 1966 Batman #181. Her real name is Pamela Lillian Isley, a Gotham City Botanist who is obsessed with plants and herbs. She mainly uses the toxins and pheromones of the poisonous herbs for her criminal activities. Though she belongs to Batman's rogues' gallery, she has been portrayed as a love interest of Batman and also has teamed up with Catwoman and Harley Quinn. Although Poison Ivy's look has evolved over the years, she mainly wears a green one piece decorated with leaves and vines extending over her limbs. She often depicted as a protagonist in the New52 and DC Rebirth for doing wrong things for Good reasons.

 

 

Origin

 

As a promising botanist from Seattle Pamela was enticed by Marc LeGrande into helping him with the burglary of a mysterious antique containing old herbs. Dreading she would implicate him in the robbery, he endeavors to harm her with the herbs, which are dangerous and untraceable. She survives this murder conspiracy and finds she has gained a resistance to every single normal poison and maladies. This is the Dawn of Poison Ivy’s character.

 

 

Comics History

 

She started her criminal profession by undermining to discharge her stifling spores into the air except if the city takes care of her requests. Batman, who shows up in Gotham that extremely same year, defeats her plan, and she is detained in Arkham Shelter. Starting here on, she has a sort of obsession on Batman, he being the main individual she couldn't control. Throughout the years, she creates plant-like superpowers, the most discernible being a deadly poison in her lips; she can actually kill a person with a kiss.

While in Arkham, Poison Ivy gets a message through flowers that somebody is to encourage her escape. That night, two ladies, Holly and Eva, effectively break Ivy out and take her back to their manager. She is not as much as glad to find that it is the Floronic Man, once in the past known as Dr. Jason Woodrue, her previous professor who led the examinations on her. The main human segment of him remaining is his head, while whatever is left of his body is plant-based. In the wake of hitting an arrangement with him in the underground passages of Gotham, Ivy gets a trunk loaded with cash as a byproduct of tests of her DNA. The motivation behind this is to make a world economy keep running on hemp and to have their posterity control it. Be that as it may, Ivy turns on Floronic Man and releases Batman to battle the inebriated crazy person. At last, Batman executes the Floronic Man, and Ivy escapes with her cash.

 

 

Power and Abilities

 

Poison Ivy's body produces pheromones that make individuals vulnerable to control mind around her, particularly men. She has practical experience in hybrids and can make the most powerful floral toxins in Gotham City, running from truth serums and love mixtures. Regularly these poisons are emitted from her lips and directed in her favored way, a harmful kiss, for the most part, subsequent to affirming false love or friendship for her casualty. She can rationally control all types of vegetation on a molecular level. This plant development can happen in a moment, enabling her to utilize plants in the earth to assault or trap her adversaries, and even to make intense new plant hybrids for particular purposes. She causes mammoth plant roots to wind up immediately and guides the roots to entrap her enemies. While in Arkham Refuge, she controls and enlivens plants, utilizing roots to shape bolsters for a passage she and another prisoner named Jaybird burrow to get away. Plant vines are additionally usually observed stretching out finished her appendages and neck, making some portion of her general appearance. The character conveys a specific number of live vines: combined with her characteristic capacity to cooperative with vegetation, they go about as weaponry, or cautious/getting extremities. However their supply is limited.

 

 

Teams & Support

 

In spite of the fact that Poison Ivy has been generally depicted as a super villain, she and Batman have cooperated in accomplishing shared objectives and Ivy has been a sentimental enthusiasm for him in comic-book storylines (Batman: Gotham Knights). Ivy has collaborated now and again with the fellow villains, with Harley Quinn being her dear companion and repeating partner. She repeatedly tries to spare Harley from her undesirable oppressive association with the Joker. She has been part of the Birds of Prey by Black Canary, Two-Face's gang, and Suicide Squad.