Adaptations of Poison Ivy in other media
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A cosplayer dressed as Poison Ivy
Created byBatman #181 (June 1966)
Original sourceComics published by DC Comics
First appearanceRobert Kanigher (writer)
Sheldon Moldoff (artist)
Films and television
Film(s)See below
Television
show(s)
See below

The fictional character Poison Ivy was created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff and first appeared in Batman #181 (June 1966), but has since been substantially adapted from the comics into various forms of media, such as feature films, television series and video games. Uma Thurman portrayed the character in Batman & Robin, and Clare Foley, Maggie Geha, and Peyton List played her in Gotham. She has also been voiced by Diane Pershing in the DC Animated Universe, Piera Coppola on The Batman animated series, Tasia Valenza for the Batman: Arkham video game franchise, Riki Lindhome in The Lego Batman Movie, and Lake Bell in Harley Quinn.

Television

Live-action

Animation

DC Animated Universe

Other series

Film

Live-action

Animation

Video games

Poison Ivy has appeared in most of the Batman video games over the years. In most of these games, she does not fight Batman directly and usually watches in the background while Batman fights one of her plant monsters. She appeared as a boss in:

Lego DC series

Batman: Arkham

Further information: Batman: Arkham

Poison Ivy appears in the Batman: Arkham series voiced primarily by Tasia Valenza.[33]

Injustice

Miscellaneous

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