She is portrayed by Riki Lindhome.
Dr. Pamela Isley used to be a botanist, but her obsession with plants led her to become the super-villain Poison Ivy, using her powers over all things green and growing to try to transform Gotham City into a vegetable paradise free of humans and other pesky animals. Her toxin-infused body is immune to all poisons, and the effects of her kiss can range from mesmerizing to worse.
The Lego Batman Movie
When The Joker attacks the Energy Facility, Poison Ivy assists him. When Batman arrives, Joker orders Ivy and the other Rogues to stop him. Poison Ivy wraps him up in her vines and tries to give him a poison kiss, only for him to block it with several penguins. His jet then flies up and knocks her down, as she flees with the others.
She is later seen at their hideout, hanging out with the other villains.
She accompanies Joker and the Rogues to Jim Gordon's retirement party attack, only to be captured when Joker surrenders them all as part of his plan. She is then taken to Arkham Asylum, where she is seen various times.
The Joker escapes from the Phantom Zone, but decides to leave Poison Ivy and the rest of the Rogues locked up in favor of his new villain allies. Poison Ivy and the others then join forces with Batman and his team to take the Joker down, saying that he may be done with them, but they are not done with him. She helps them break into where he is located and then helps them to build a bridge once he blows up the city. Ivy and the others succeed in helping Batman save the day and she kisses a man as celebration, only for him to die of poison. She and the Rogues, now reconciled with Joker, then take off, as Batman decides to give them a thirty minute head start.
This Rogue likes plants much more than humans. Even her outfit is inspired by flowers. She has green-fingered gloves, and she wears leaves in her red hair. Poison Ivy has special powers. She can control all forms of plant life. Poison Ivy wants to trap Batman in her tangling tendrils.
- She was previously portrayed by Diane Pershing and Uma Thurman.
- Her profile on the Lego website states that her middle name is Daisy. However, the Essential Guide book states that she has her original middle name, Lillian. It is also stated to be Lillian in one of the shorts for the Blu Ray release.
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