|Title:||A Touch Of Poison Ivy|
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|Media:||Hand Painted Cel|
|Size:||17" x 14"|
First released in 1994 this piece was inspired by the episode "Pretty Poison", Batman becomes bogged down with professional entanglements when he pays a visit to the greenhouse lair of the beautiful but deadly villainess, Poison Ivy.
In the DC animated universe, Poison Ivy was voice-acted by Diane Pershing. Her first appearance, in Batman: The Animated Series, involved an assassination attempt on Harvey Dent, as retribution for construction over the last habitat of a rare flower. In the earlier days of the Animated series, her meta-human characteristics, such as her immunity to toxins, were stated on many occasions, portraying her as a human with an extreme affinity for plants. She mentions in "House and Garden", in which she ostensibly reforms, that her unique condition has left her unable to bear children. Later in the series, she would become more and more plant-like, her skin turning grayish-white. Ivy also became more humorous and seductive in personality, coinciding with her genuinely sympathetic relationship with Harley Quinn. Although supposedly dying in the episode "Chemistry," she apparently survived and returned in several spin-off series, including "Static Shock," and a the Gotham Girls web-toon, in which she held co-starring role. The character also starred in her own miniseries alongside Harley Quinn, and was given her swan song in the critically acclaimed "Batman Adventures" comic book series, which is stories about Batman's adventures in Gotham City after a break from the Justice League.