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Poison Ivy (DC)(Post Flashpoint)
Real Name: Pamela Lillian Isley
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In this timeline of The New 52, Poison Ivy is recruited into the covert-ops group known as the Birds of Prey. Though she is specifically hand-picked by the team's leader Black Canary, the other members of the group protest Ivy's inclusion, citing her violent past and connections to various murders.[36] These suspicions are proven correct when Ivy poisons the team and forces them to attack corrupt companies she wants to destroy until Katana apparently kills her.[37] Ivy survives the injuries and returns to Gotham, breaking out Clayface/Basil Karlo in order to manipulate him into becoming her husband. Batman intervenes to help her, mainly because the locations she attacked were the Penguin's properties. Detective Comics 14 ends with Ivy being captured by Penguin's men.[38] She is buried alive by them, but survives long enough to be rescued by Penguin's right-hand man, Ogilvy, who has taken his boss' businesses after the Joker's return. He proposes an alliance with her.[39] However, Karlo, who Batman had set free from Ivy's control, tracks down and attacks the villainess; her fate is left unknown.[40]

[41] These origins, in this new DC universe, were presented in a special issue of Detective Comics (#23.1), during the "Villains Month" event in September 2013.

In this timeline of The New 52, Pamela Isley was born with a skin condition that prevented her from leaving her home, the garden was the place where she spent most of her limited time in the outside. Her father constantly beat her mother until he finally murdered her and buried her in the garden. While in college, Pamela sold pheromone pills to other students to study its effects until she was caught by police. She used a powerful version of the pills to mindcontrol the Dean so he would drop the charges and let her graduate from college with honors. While visiting her father in prison, she kissed him with a poison that was secreted from her lips that killed him.

Later she landed an internship in Wayne Enterprises in its Bio-Chem division developing pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications. She was fired after proposing Bruce Wayne to develop chemicals that trigger social or behavioral responses (basically brainwashing). As she was escorted out by security, she accidentally spilled the chemicals she was working with on herself, giving her powers to control plant life and immunity to all poisons and viruses.

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First Appearance: Birds Of Prey (2011) #2

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Issue Appearances:
Animal Man (2011)
Arkham Manor: Endgame (2015)
Batgirl (2011)
Batman (2011)
Batman [ESP] (2012)
Batman and Robin (2011)
Batman Eternal (2014)
Batman: Night of the Owls (2013)
Batman: The Dark Knight [II] (2011)
Birds Of Prey (2011)
DC Comics: The New 52 (2011)
DC Comics: The New 52 Villains Omnibus (2013)
Detective Comics (2011)
Forever Evil (2013)
Forever Evil - Herrschaft des Bösen (2014)
Forever Evil: Arkham War (2013)
Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion (2013)
Harley Quinn (2014)
Harley Quinn Holiday Special (2015)
Harley Quinn Road Trip Special (2015)
Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special (2015)
Justice League of America (2013)
Justice League United (2014)
Secret Origins (2014)
Swamp Thing (2011)
The Joker: Endgame (2015)

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Birds of Prey (DC)(Post Flashpoint)

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