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This minifigure has only appeared in video game(s)
Although this article is about an official minifigure, it never existed in physical form or appeared in any official LEGO sets.

Poison Ivy Goons are henchmen of Poison Ivy in LEGO Batman: The Videogame and LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes.


LEGO Batman: The Videogame

In the first video game, the Ivy Goons are plant zombie-like in appearance, with sharp teeth and red eyes. They have a green torso and head, and run and act like any other goon in the game. Bald-headed Ivy Goons look somewhat like Killer Croc.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Poison Ivy Goons are altered from the first to second games, like practically all the other characters. They still have their red eyes and sharp teeth, but their red eyes are surrounded by black shading. They seem to have primitive clothing, wearing yellow and jagged pants. Leaves surround a buff torso, and they have three leaves on the top of their head.


LEGO Batman: The Videogame

In the first videogame, the Poison Ivy goons act like any other goon, but, when unlocked, they can destroy poisonous plants and are not harmed from toxic waste. They shoot with guns if far away enough, and use basic punching and kicking as their weapon. They are found in the level "A Poisonous Appointment."

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

The Poison Ivy Goons are common enemies in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, especially around Poison Ivy and the other villains she is working with. The minikit needed to unlock them for purchase can be found in the level "The Batcave". They cost 3,000 studs.

They also appear on consoles as extra toggle and as basic enemies found around the city, but most commonly found in the Botanic Gardens during the fight against Poison Ivy and the Park's Maze.


  • They are most likely based off of Jason Woodrue/The Floronic Man, who use to work with Poison Ivy.
    • They were also based off of Poison Ivy's plant zombie henchmen in the 1998 Batman & Robin PS1 game adaptation of the 1997 Batman & Robin film, although they do not appear in the movie itself.
  • They're very similar to the Mandrake plant creatures from Harry Potter.