Category: Poison Ivy


Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are officially the cutest fuckin’ girlfriends to ever exist



Hero’s in crisis #2


NYCC 2018: BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES Round Table Interviews

At this year’s New York Comic Con, DC Comics News Editor-in-Chief Josh Raynor had the pleasure of sitting down with the cast and crew of the iconic 90’s cartoon, Batman: The Animated Series!

These roundtable interviews included co-creators Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski, as well as stars of the series Kevin Conroy (Batman), Tara Strong (Batgirl), Loren Lester (Robin), and Diane Pershing (Poison…

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Lauren Jauregui and Halsey dressed up as the gayest criminals in Gotham, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn for Halloween. 20gayteen will deliver until the very end

Joker Voice Actor Cast in New ‘Harley Quinn’ S…

Joker Voice Actor Cast in New ‘Harley Quinn’ Series

Not much is known about the upcoming Harley Quinn animated series, but we have more information. Alan Tudyk is reported to be the voice of the Joker in the new series. Not much is known about the narrative yet, but now we know the Joker is going to be involved and the story will center around Harley trying to earn her spot in the coveted Legion of Doom.

While the full cast list has been released,…

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saltybatman: make me choose → anonymous asked…


make me choose → anonymous asked Poison Ivy or Harley Quinn

“Let’s kiss and make up.”

Swamp Thing To Be Central Focus In ‘The Witchi…

Swamp Thing To Be Central Focus In ‘The Witching Hour’ Event

The end of Swamp Thing is near.  After announcing his retirement in the latest issue of Justice League Dark, writer James Tynion IV opened the door to a lot of rumors about what will come of Swamp Thing, including rumors about the future of Poison Ivy.

All of the answers will come out during the upcoming crossover event from DC entitled, “The Witching Hour” which hits comic book stores in October.

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Written by: Jake Black

Illustrations by: Scott Buoncristiano


Using illustrated cutout screens, Batman: Flashlight Projections allows children to project their favorite scenes and locations from the Batman universe at home with a flashlight. They can read along and answer the call of their very own Bat-Signal, play the part of Robin, and fight off The Joker with this one-of-a-kind tour through the most action-packed moments from the Batman universe.

In addition to the exciting and memorable scenes based on the iconic DC Super Hero Batman, a blank page in the back lets kids create their own projection.

Now anyone can now be a citizen of Gotham City and watch the adventures of the world’s greatest detective—Batman!


I believe it’s extremely important to foster a child’s imagination, and comic books are the perfect way to do that. With fantastical settings and characters, comics are a beautiful breeding ground for creativity. And now Insight Kids has come up with a unique way to foster that love of comics while giving parents a chance to connect with their youngsters.

As a parent myself, I found this to be a very enjoyable read.  It’s great to be able to share my love of comics, especially Batman, with my young child.  Luckily, Batman is her favorite superhero, so when I showed her this book, she was ecstatic.  She couldn’t wait to crack it open and try it out.

This book contains six beautiful scenes to shine on the wall, and accompanying them is interesting information about Batman and the heroes and villains that surround him.  The artwork by Scott Buoncristiano is absolutely gorgeous.  It’s simplicity at its finest.  And the quality of the book itself is great, with hard, sturdy pages that won’t easily get damaged and strong plastic from which the images are projected.


This truly is a great piece of DC merchandise, but the one thing about it that I wish was different is that I was hoping it would be more of a story as opposed to just information about the Dark Knight.  It is presented in a way that’s palatable for kids, but I think being an actual story with accompanying scenes would have been a much better way to go.


Overall, this is a great piece for any DC lover, and if you have kids, it’s a nice way to introduce them to, or expand their love of Batman and the world of DC Comics.

Review: Batman: Flashlight Projections – Heroes & Villains

Written by: Jake Black Illustrations by: Scott Buoncristiano Summary Using illustrated cutout screens, Batman: Flashlight Projections…



poison ivy in gotham girls (2002)