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... Poison Tomorrow !Batman/Green Arrow The Poison Tomorrow 1992-121992 ISBN 978-0-930289-15-7 Batman Returns ... Poison Ivy !Batman Poison Ivy 1997-05May 1997 Batman and Robin ... Room Full of Strangers !Batman Room Full of Strangers 2004-04April 2004 Batman ~ Poison Ivy ...
53 501 "The Batman/Superman Story, Part One" Metallo, Clayface, Poison Ivy, Lex Luthor, Mercy Graves, Bane, Mr ... Lex later on gets a hold of Poison Ivy's control gas, and laces it with Kryptonite, and now becomes able to control Superman's mind 502 ... "The Batman/Superman Story, Part Two" Poison Ivy, Clayface ...
... Voice Actor Jennifer Hale (1st time), Vanessa Marshall (2nd time) Poison Ivy is a female supervillain that can manipulate plants ... In "Mask of Matches Malone," Poison Ivy appears in a teaser in an attempt to take over Gotham as the "Queen of Crime" ... shows up just in time to free Batman from Poison Ivy's grasp ...
... The season introduces Poison Ivy and Batgirl ... Title Villain(s) Director Writer Airdate 301 ... "Batgirl Begins, Part One" Temblor and Poison Ivy Brandon Vietti Michael Jelenic September 17, 2005 Commissioner Gordon's daughter. 302 ... "Batgirl Begins, Part Two" Poison Ivy Christopher Berkley Michael Jelenic and Adam Beechen September 24, 2005 Continuing from the previous episode, a chemical accident mutates Pamela ...
... Poison Ivy has appeared in most of the Batman video games over the years ... In most of these games, Ivy does not fight Batman directly and usually watches in the background while Batman fights one of her plant monsters ... In Batman Gotham City Racer, Poison Ivy's vehicle was playable ...
Famous quotes containing the words appears, poison and/or ivy:
“In the wildest nature, there is not only the material of the most cultivated life, and a sort of anticipation of the last result, but a greater refinement already than is ever attained by man.... Nature is prepared to welcome into her scenery the finest work of human art, for she is herself an art so cunning that the artist never appears in his work.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“They love not poison that do poison need.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Dwell on her graciousness, dwell on her smiling,
Do not forget what flowers
The great boar trampled down in ivy time.
Her brow was creamy as the crested wave,
Her sea-blue eyes were wild
But nothing promised that is not performed.”
—Robert Graves (18951985)