Resistance" tie-in story arc for Dark Nights: Metal, where she controls a jungle-like realm within a Gotham City warped by the dark energy emitted from the dark metal in the cards given by the Batman Who Laughs. Returning to the apartment, Ivy locks Rose, Hazel and Thorn away so they will not leave again. "Poison Ivy Brutally Dumped Part-Time Girlfriend Harley Quinn". During the conflict, Static's powers couldn't work on Ivy's plants but weren't immune to Nails' claws. Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #1213 (SeptemberOctober 2017) Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #1417 (November 2017 February 2018 #19 (April 2018 #2122 (JuneJuly 2018).
3, as a, gotham City botanist obsessed with plants, ecological extinction, and environmentalism, Ivy typically wears a green one-piece outfit adorned with leaves and often has plant vines extending over her limbs and uses plant toxins and mind-controlling pheromones for her criminal activities, which are. 74 She was ranked 21st in Comics Buyer's Guide 's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. Archived from the original on April 9, 2008. In the ending cutscene, Poison Ivy is seen in her cell in Arkham Asylum caring for plants.
The character also co-starred in the three-issue comic book miniseries Harley and Ivy, and was given her swan song in The Batman Adventures comic book series, which contains stories about Batman's adventures in Gotham City after a break from the Justice League. After her father. This iteration's appearance is revamped to a naked-goddess persona, wearing only an orange prison-issued shirt and foliage panties, and her appearance is also more plant-like having green skin, with vine-like growths and leaves on her body. Later, while standing on a bridge, Harley Quinn regretfully reflects upon Poison Ivy as she drops a red rose into the water. Zatanna responds that Catwoman has psychological wounds that would need healing. He feeds her salt and keeps her from the sun to weaken her. Harley rescued her from a super villain's mind control while Ivy was secretly held prisoner and used by said villain in Arkham. At the end of arc, Poison Ivy enters a facility known as the Sanctuary for rehabilitation.