|SuperFriends Comic Book Character|
|Real name:||Pamela Lillian Isley|
|AKA:||Lillian "Lilly" Rose|
|Affiliations:|| Super Foes|
League of Evil
|Voiced/Played:|| Fryda Wolff|
While attending college in Seattle she becomes a promising botanist. She falls in love with one of her teachers, Marc LeGrande who persuades her into assisting him with the theft of an Egyptian artifact containing ancient herbs. Fearing she would implicate him in the theft, he betrays her and attempts to poison her with the herbs - which are deadly and untraceable. She survives this murder attempt and discovers she has acquired an immunity to all natural toxins and diseases. Born in Washington, she is the daughter of a wealthy family. She attended college in Seattle, where she studied botany.
Turning to crime, Lillian adopted the alias of Poison Ivy and appeared in public for the first time in Gotham City in order to challenge the most renowned criminals for the title of Public Enemy No. 1.
Powers and Abilities
Poison Ivy did not appear in any episode of the Superfriends TV Show.
- Justice League of America, #111 (May/June 1974)
- JLA 80-Page Giant, #2/2 (November 1999) -- post-crisis retconned appearance
- Justice League of America, #143 (June 1977)
- Justice League of America, #158 (September 1978)
- Super Friends, #1 (November 1976)
- Super Friends, #2 (December 1, 1976)
- Super Friends, #8 (November 1, 1977) -- indirectly referenced
- Poison Ivy first appeared in Batman, Vol. 1 #181 (June, 1966). (June 1966).
- ↑ 'Lillian Rose' was Poison Ivy's original name as conceived by Gerry Conway in the pages of World's Finest, Vol. 1 #252 (September 1978). Over the years 'Pamela Isley' was the name commonly used. In 1989, she was officially retconned to Pamela Isley by Neil Gaiman in Secret Origins, Vol. 2 #36 (January, 1989). Go to the DC Database for more on World's Finest, Vol. 1 #252 (September 1978) and Secret Origins, Vol. 2 #36 (January, 1989).
- ↑ Fryda Wolff provided the voice of the Earth-508 version of Poison Ivy.
- ↑ Clare Grant provided the voice of a parody version of Poison Ivy in Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise.
- ↑ This image was reprinted in SuperAmigos, #11 (1979)
- ↑ The DC Database states that the FBI wrongly recorded Poison Ivy's name as Lillian Rose. This is conjecture because in her prior appearance in Justice League of America, #111 (June, 1974) she was referred to as Pamela Isley.
- ↑ As revealed in World's Finest, Vol. 1 #252 (September 1978).
- ↑ As revealed in Batman, Vol. 1 #181 (June, 1966).
- ↑ Go to the DC Database for more on Batman, Vol. 1 #181 (June, 1966).