Batman: All 8 Poison Ivy actresses ranked worst to best

5/27- "Batman And Robin " Movie Stills Starring Uma Thurman As "Poison Ivy" (Photo By Getty Images)
5/27- "Batman And Robin " Movie Stills Starring Uma Thurman As "Poison Ivy" (Photo By Getty Images) /
1 of 9
Poison Ivy, Batman, Fear State
Harley Quinn, ep. 4 “Finding Mr. Right” — Photo Credit: 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. /

Poison Ivy is one of Batman’s greatest villains, but which of her appearances on both the big and small screens stands out as the best?

Since her first appearance in Batman #181 in June 1966, Poison Ivy has become a fan favorite villain among DC Comics fans. She has been featured in numerous comics, television shows, and movies, showcasing her unique abilities and personality.

One of Poison Ivy’s most notable appearances was in the popular Batman: The Animated Series in the 1990s. The show’s writers took the character in a different direction, making her more sympathetic and giving her a tragic backstory. This change made Poison Ivy more relatable to audiences and increased her popularity.

In the years since her debut, Poison Ivy has made numerous appearances in DC media, including the Gotham TV series on FOX and the DC Extended Universe movies. She has also been a staple in video games, appearing in several Batman Arkham games and as a playable character in Injustice 2.

Despite being a villain, Poison Ivy’s complex backstory and unique abilities have made her a fan favorite among DC Comics fans. Her impact on popular culture has cemented her as one of the most memorable characters in the DC universe, and she continues to be a popular choice for writers and artists to include in their stories. Over the years, many actresses have taken on the role of Poison Ivy, but which ones were truly worth remembering and which ones will we struggle to forget?

Note: While there were multiple other actors to voice Poison Ivy on TV and in video games, this list will take a look at the eight most famous (and best) to do so on the big screen or small-screen.