Poison Ivy and the Penguin round out the Batman: The Animated Series lineup

Few supervillains are as deadly as Poison Ivy. Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley, one of Batman’s arch-adversaries for almost 50 years now. But her appearance in Batman: The Animated Series at the beginning of the ’90s was nothing less than iconic — and holds a lot of nostalgia value for Millennial DC fans.

We’re way excited to announce two additions to this lineup of figures based on the TV show, one of them being the lethal lady with the red tresses. Series 2’s Poison Ivy, standing six inches tall, sports a shredded-aesthetic black costume with accessories. And we’ve got the Penguin, too! Four inches tall from Series 5, he’s proportional to your other Animated Series figures. Click the photo below and get your order in now!

That girl is poison.

That girl is poison.

DC Comics Supervillains Poison Ivy, with The New 52 look

DC Comics fans are about to be all agape over this Poison Ivy, specially based on The New 52 series reboot! Batman’s most lovely, most venomous adversary is here in six-inch format, clad in a skintight suit of leafy green and charcoal black. She’s also set with her signature fiery mane, of course. She’s an integral part of the collection of Batman’s enemies known as the rogue gallery, and she definitely deserves a place in the spotlight.

Whether her kiss is poison or antidote, one can never know. She comes in classic window-box packaging, already set for display alongside your other DC collectibles. Or free her from her cardboard-and-plastic prison and re-create the most memorable of comic-book scenes.

That girl is poison.

That girl is poison.

San Diego Comic-Con exclusive: Super Best Friends Forever Poison Ivy

Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley, despite her ladylike and flowery name, is one of Batman’s primary and ruthless enemies. First appearing in comics as early as 1966, the supervillainess is a part-time botanist and a part-time eco-terrorist. Using her extensive knowledge of the biological plant world as a lethal weapon, she leaves destruction and fury in her red-haired wake.

This Poison Ivy, however, comes in a decidedly cuter package. Modeled after the Poison Ivy variation that appears in the 2012-and-onwards TV series Super Best Friends Forever, this six-inch figure points her cheeky, slightly innocent-looking gaze at you while outfitted in a metallic green bustier leotard. Arms akimbo, she demands what exactly you think you’re doing in her presence. Succumb to her charm this holiday season with this limited-edition San Diego Comic-Con exclusive figurine. Don’t miss out on Ms. Ivy!

Do gingers have souls?

Do gingers have souls?

Poison Ivy : New 52

Sporting her New 52 jumpsuit, Poison Ivy is lifted by a curling vine. She’s a femme fatale to be sure, but the reboot has seen her working with the Birds of Prey and we couldn’t be happier to see a new side to Pamela Isley.

This new statue figure stands about 10 inches tall and features amazing sculpting that really brings the character to life. If you’re a fan of the new DC Universe, be sure to grab this one!

Kotobuyika and DC Direct : POISON IVY

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import, Poison Ivy is just the latest in a line of very awesome Bishoujo figures. Standing about 9-inches tall, the PVC statue is a stunning rendition of one of DC’s most deadly femmes fatale.

Constructed of high-quality pvc plastic, the green lady stands on an exclusive base featuring intricate vines and snake-like creepers, some of which wind seductively up her legs! Stay tuned, because coming soon will be Poison Ivy’s partner in crime Harley Quinn…


An Armored version of Batman joins Bane, Victor Zsasz and the seductive Poison Ivy in the second series of Arkham Asylum toys. You can order them now since they’re arriving in a matter of days and you can expect them to be just as brilliant as the first wave.

Each one is about 6 or 7 inches tall and the level of detail is stunning. If you enjoyed the game, you’re going to love the way these figures bring those CG designs to new, plastic life with accessories and great articulation on all counts.

As you await the release of Arkham City, this is a great addition to your display shelf and might help make killing time until October just a little bit easier.

ARKHAM CITY: This Ain’t No Place for a Hero

The first official gameplay trailer for Arkham City has been released and it’s a stunner! Check it out:

Of course, while we wait for the game to be released, some of us are also waiting for the companion figures that make up series 2 of DC Direct’s ARKHAM ASYLUM collection.

Batman, Poison Ivy, Victor Zsasz and Bane can be pre-ordered now, individually or as a set. They’ll be shipping out in May of this year, so while there’ll still be plenty of time before Arkham City hits shelves, maybe these 6-inch figures will make the wait just a little bit easier…