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House and Garden 

Poison Ivy, after being released from Arkham, has apparently settled for a normal life, married to her psychiatrist and doting on his two children. Batman and Robin are suspicious, however,... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Kevin Conroy ... Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Loren Lester ... Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Bob Hastings ... Commissioner James Gordon (voice)
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Saunders (voice)
Scott McAfee ... Chris Carlyle (voice)
Megan Mullally ... Cindy (voice)
Paul Nakauchi ... Doctor (voice)
Diane Pershing ... Poison Ivy / Dr. Pamela Isley (voice)
Christopher Pickering Christopher Pickering ... Kelly Carlyle (voice)
Peter Strauss ... Dr. Steven Carlyle / Plant-Man (voice)


Poison Ivy, after being released from Arkham, has apparently settled for a normal life, married to her psychiatrist and doting on his two children. Batman and Robin are suspicious, however, because semi-sentient plant-like creatures are committing mayhem all over Gotham. Written by crouchbk

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2 May 1994 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. Animation See more »
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Did You Know?


An issue of the later Batman Adventures (Volume 2) comic series suggests that this is the last appearance of the "real" Poison Ivy and that the revamped version seen in The New Batman Adventures was merely another copy produced to keep Batman off her trail, whilst she went into hiding for good. None of this was ever incorporated into the animated series. See more »


Batman: All she wants is to be left alone with her husband and sons.
Robin: Sons?
Batman: Carlyle's two boys, Chris and Kelly.
Robin: I know Chris and Kelly. I was in Carlyle's class when his ex brought them to visit last year.
Batman: I thought Carlyle had custody.
Robin: No, and here's another shocker for you: Chris and Kelly... are girls.
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for the first time in her life, she was happy..
20 June 2018 | by Arth_JoshiSee all my reviews

Batman: The Animated Series

One of the most successful and loved franchise of Batman, depicts the comic version at its best by going deep into the character's perspective rather than trying to cover-up or justify its sketchy tone. The animation is not only convincingly good but also seems like a lot of thought is invested on its cinematography which for the most part of it works on metaphorical way. Kevin Conroy seems the apt choice to be the voice of Batman (although not so sure about Bruce Wayne) and so does Robert Hastings for Commissioner James Gordon as it has the right amount of depth in it. A smarter approach by the makers by narrowing it down to only 20 minutes and get right to the point, keeping the audience engaged. It also brings in bigger cast like Mark Hamill to do the voice over of Joker, which is done with genuine passion and enthusiasm that is clearly visible on screen. Addition to that, the makers keep some of the villains under their sleeve and uses it as a trump card whenever felt necessary that helps in continuity and glue all individual cases as much as possible.

Season 02

After a successful run, on its first season, the makers here wisely chose to only air ten of their episodes and offer quality over quantity. Addition to that, the primary reason of betterment compared to the first one, is the consistency of thought-provoking concept and nail-biting scenes that they have projected in here. It also focuses on achieving a closure within its 20 minutes of allotted time.

House And Garden

Another thought-provoking and somewhat heartfelt closure for Poison Ivy, whose process may be rudimentary but is undeniably entertaining (even its final action sequence) and a punch-in-the-gut for both the sides of the coin.

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