|pamela isley (florafatale) wrote,|
@ 2014-03-14 15:49:00
Source work and author: Batman/DC Comics, Robert Kanigher & Sheldon Moldoff, Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy
Character Name: Poison Ivy
Character Played By: Liv Tyler
Character History and Personality: Born Pamela Isely to wealthy parents, she never could impress them enough and searched for purpose and affection elsewhere, in her academics and in her professor, respectively. She had no idea that her interest in botanical biochemistry and that in her teacher would change her life so completely. Who would have guessed he would poison her, taking their experiments and injecting them into her body, giving her powers beyond their wildest dreams. Who would have thought she would survive them. Who would have known she'd flourish.
From then on her life was dedicated to acts of great heroism, Poison Ivy would say. Oh, there were countless human lives but truly, who cared about those? She was the patron of plants, a veritable green goddess, and the protection and salvation of the earth itself was her highest charge. There was no greater calling.
Humans were just animals, anyways. Violent creatures that only sought to destroy what wanted to live in peace. To consume and never return in kind. This was absolute truth. The earth was innocent. The choice was easy.
Of course there were many who opposed her and most she could deal with. A kiss, a quick kill, and the oppressors were handled easily, compost for for her gardens, fresh foundations for things to really take root. Some were harder to overcome, mostly of the bat variety, throwing her in enclosures of concrete and shielding her from the free earth that she loved.
Nature, however, always finds a way, and it was rare that she ever stayed long in any asylum.
Oh there were some people that she preferred to let live. The orphans she saved after the earthquake. Her fellow siren, Catwoman. Her dear Harley. And a smattering of others whose existences were more convenient than most. But a few exceptions were hardly the rule and her truest love and affection has and always would be to her plants. Their safety and future would always take highest priority.
Journal/Key: The journal is a high tech, expensive, tablet, the edges and touch screen bearing smudges of earth. The key is a keycard, easily swiped through, and just as dirty.
Storylines: [Lines can apply to either side of the door, despite the titles.]