Pamela Isley, also known as Poison Ivy, is a supervillain and eco-terrorist with the ability to control plants, usually an antagonist to Batman.
Riddler figured out Batman's identity as Bruce Wayne and formed a plan involving several villains to destroy his life. With one of these villains being Poison Ivy.
Bane kidnaps Edward Lamont IV, heir to the Lamont Chemical fortune. He is holding him for a ten million dollar ransom. Batman defeats Bane. During the fight however, Catwoman arrives and sneaks off with the ransom money. Catwoman delivers the ransom money to Poison Ivy, who is controlling her through a hypnotic kiss.
Catwoman gets out of ivy's hypnotic control and breaks into Ivy's headquarters pretends that she is still under her thrall. But Poison Ivy instantly recognizes the deception and the two begin fighting. Batman arrives seconds behind Catwoman and saves her from being strangled by one of Ivy's sentient vines. However, Poison Ivy has another notorious personage under her thrall – Superman. As the top of Ivy's greenhouse collapses, Superman is seen hovering, ready to protect her.
Batman and Catwoman retreat to the underwater system of Metropolis to escape from Superman, who is mind-controlled by Poison Ivy. After a while, they arrive at the main electric relay point and Batman removes the Kryptonite Ring from his utility belt in preparation for dealing with Superman. Catwoman leaves the battlefield and goes to the surface to start the next step on their plan. Superman smashes through the wall, and the ultimate fight begins.
After a while, Batman baits Superman into following him topside. On the top of one of the neighboring skyscrapers, Catwoman has Lois Lane hostage and she drops her from the top of the building. The shock of seeing Lois in danger breaks Ivy's hold on Superman and he flies up and catches her. After having recovered control over himself, Superman can't tell where Poison Ivy is hiding. However, Batman takes one of Ivy's leafs and he has an idea.
Some time later, Superman, Batman and Catwoman go to Poison Ivy's penthouse to confront her. Catwoman lays her out with one solid punch to the jaw.
Powers and Abilities
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the DC Animated Movie Universe and is an adaptation of Poison Ivy. The original character was created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff and first appeared in Batman #181.
- Poison Ivy was voiced by Peyton List.
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