First appearing in Batman #181, she is depicted as one of the world's most prominent eco-terrorists, motivated by an obsession with plants, misandry, botany, and extremist environmentalism with a desire to save the world from the evils of man through any means necessary.
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are back together, proving themselves as the healthiest superhero couple to come out of Gotham City.
In June 2015, Poison Ivy was revealed to be romantically involved with Harley Quinn by Harley Quinn series writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, stating that she is in a romantic relationship with Harley "without the jealousy of monogamy".
Given what we know about the character, despite story nomenclature, the killer kiss is more accurately described as poisonous, not venomous. Regardless, the result is the same. Contact with Ivy's lips delivers a toxin capable of killing the recipient.
Poison ivy can also spread without producing fruits through vegetative (asexual) reproduction.
Soon after her deal with Hush Ivy found Catwoman to steal the money for her and forcefully kisses her to keep her under control.
At some point Catwoman and Ivy used to hook up although Catwoman did not want anything more out of the relationship and it eventually ended. It is unknown how or when the two met but Catwoman's relationship with Ivy pre-dates Ivy's friendship with Harley Quinn.
Pamela Isley (aka Poison Ivy) is the deuteragonist of the DC Universe's animated Harley Quinn franchise. She is Harley Quinn's best friend, eventual girlfriend, and fellow Arkham Asylum escapee.
Rose is a Sporeling, a humanoid plant raised as a daughter by Poison Ivy.
Doctor Pamela Isley is some 40 years older than Harley in publication history, but the two have enjoyed a relationship on any number of levels throughout the 25 years that the Clown Princess of Crime has been smashing hearts with her synonymous mallet.
Ivy leans in for a kiss with a love-struck Robin. She quickly cornered him on the railwalk before he could help Batman and blew Love Dust in his face again.
Weakness: A lack of sunlight will progressively weaken Poison Ivy's powers as she is a human-plant hybrid. Perhaps even more important, however, is her mental instability. When Poison Ivy became a supervillain, she was driven insane and is often portrayed as a mad genius.
Although it's not native, poison ivy has spread far and wide across the Australian landscape, touching Australians in the most unpleasant of ways. Contact with the poisonous plant is known to cause red, swollen skin, blisters, and severe itching.
Selina Kyle/Catwoman is often depicted as bisexual in the comics, but the character's LGBTQ sexuality has never crossed over onto the big screen in iterations of the character played by Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry and Anne Hathaway.
It is revealed through Selina's inner monologue that she and Batman are lovers, and the premiere issue ends with the first sex scene between the two. Her revised origin in Catwoman (vol. 4) #0 draws from Batman Returns.
After being betrayed by a group of criminals she was working with, Batman saved Catwoman's life. Before the Caped Crusader could arrest her, Catwoman thanked him with a kiss—their very first. The kiss clearly stunned Batman, which allowed Catwoman to shove him and escape.
In the heat of the moment, Harley and Ivy share an intense kiss. Their romantic feelings for each other sneak up on them—exploring the messy emotions that come along with falling in love. Harley quickly accepts that she has feelings for her best friend—Ivy does not.
The Joker does not reciprocate her love and is in fact incapable of romantic emotion as he sees people only as tools to further his own plans. Harley is in denial of this fact and prefers to view him as an antihero until she eventually has to come face-to-face with his complete disregard for her.
Harley Quinn season two ends with Harley and Ivy finally accepting their feelings for one another and pursuing a romantic relationship. Season three delves into that relationship and examines Harley and Ivy fully as a couple.
Her devotion to the environment itself and everything that nature needs to prosper pushed her to make the ultimate sacrifice. In order to help eliminate Scarecrow's debilitating toxin from Gotham City, Ivy absorbed a lethal dosage of it into her body, saving millions from the effects of the toxins.
Can you get a poison ivy rash from someone else? The rash isn't contagious. If someone has a rash, touching that rash won't cause a rash on your skin. You can develop a rash, if you touch the person's skin or clothing while oil from one of these plants is still on it.
Poison ivy is a plant found in many parts of New York City as well as throughout the United States. It is often found in wooded areas; wetlands; open lots; parks; and yards. This plant may cause a range of symptoms when people touch or eat the leaves, stems or berries, or breathe in smoke when it is burned.
Due to the effects of her mutation, Poison Ivy had forest green skin, full green sclera and green irises. She had full lips, probably because of her lipstick, and had long red hair that was mostly stationary. On the surface of her skin were some leaves and roots that ran along some parts of her body.