Sideshow Present ‘Poison Ivy’ Fine Art Print

by John Hammond
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Following on from the quite stunning Harley Quin fine art print, Sideshow now present something equally wonderful in a new ‘Poison Ivy’ print.  This variant piece is a never-before-released illustration by the wonderful artist Heon-hwa Choe, also known as Kilart. Heon-hwa Choe is a freelance illustrator from South Korea who’s worked for Legend of the Cryptids, Chaos Drive and more.

About this fine art print…



Sideshow presents the Poison Ivy Variant Fine Art Print, a never-before-released illustration by artist Heon-hwa Choe, aka Kilart.


As lethal as nightshade, Poison Ivy is completely in her element in this beautiful botanical portrait that catches the villainess reclining on a bed of thorny pink plants. The floral femme fatale holds a delicate rose in her hand, offering it to her next smitten victim while curious vines twist and turn around her. In this uniquely detailed scene, the jungle takes on cooler color scheme and Pamela Isley herself appears paler and more in tune with her sinister side surrounded by the strength of nature. Always remember- even the prettiest plants can disguise the deadliest poison.

Each Poison Ivy Variant Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 375 pieces. Available in framed and unframed presentations, this dazzling display piece is a must-have for any fan’s DC Comics collection.

Weed out the weaklings and bring home the Poison Ivy Variant Fine Art Print by Heon-hwa Choe for your rogues gallery of Batman collectibles today.

Another triumph from the fine people at Sideshow Collectibles no doubt. This print comes in a number of options, including budget friendly payment plans. It’s produced on Giclée on Paper, Giclée on canvas, and framed or unframed. The framed option also has a very nice flexible payment option if you wish.  The print is also expected to ship between now and March ’21.  They are also limited to 375 pieces.  You can order one of these Poison Ivy fine art prints on the Sideshow website now.

Therefore, the question is this – will you be picking one of these up?  If not, what do you think?  Please let us know.

Images and press release courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles

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