Batwoman Season 3: First Look For Nicole Kang’s Mary As Poison Ivy Revealed

First Look For Nicole Kang’s Mary As Poison Ivy

The CW has revealed the first look for Nicole Kang’s Mary as Poison Ivy in Batwoman Season 3.

Batwoman Season 3 Episode 7 “Pick Your Poison“: DOUBLE TROUBLE – As Ryan’s (Javicia Leslie) family dynamic grows more complicated, she also finds herself in the middle of a Bat Team stand-off between Luke (Camrus Johnson) and Mary (Nicole Kang). Meanwhile, Alice (Rachel Skarsten) finds a new sidekick in her stepsister who is transforming into the supervillain that makes all others green with envy! Also stars Nick Creegan and Robin Givens. Holly Dale directed the episode written by Kelly Ota and Emily Alonso.


Pam Isley, aka Poison Ivy, is a botanist and biochemist with the ability to control plants and infect her enemies with a venomous touch. Since her creation in 1966, when Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff developed her, she has been a classic Batman foe. Poison Ivy’s nefarious aims have always been “protecting the environment,” but nearly always at the expense of mankind, making her a sort of eco-terrorist and thorn in the side of Gotham City.

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Poison Ivy has appeared in a variety of styles over the years in a range of media. Uma Thurman’s portrayal in Batman & Robin was her best-known live-action role. Peyton List voiced Poison Ivy in the DC cartoon adaption of Batman: Hush and represented her in Gotham. Poison Ivy has appeared in a number of animated series and video games, most notably in HBO’s Harley Quinn, voiced by Lake Bell, in which she has a close relationship with the main character.

Poison Ivy has long been a fascinating Batman adversary, and seeing her take on a new iteration with a different character is an interesting twist. Shifting existing characters from a series into villain roles, especially well-known ones, is a pleasant adjustment that keeps viewers on their toes while also adding new intrigue to an established character. Since the season 2 finale, Batwoman has brilliantly toyed with this concept, and it continues to pay off as each “new” villain is filled from the old rogue’s gallery.

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Andrew Conor is a News Writer for Maxblizz, Andrew is a fan of Marvel and DC comics and films.

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