In Steven Universe, Lapis Lazuli is a former Homeworld Gem that made her debut in "Mirror Gem". She has a blue lapis lazuli gemstone embedded in her back, in the form of a water droplet, from which she is able to summon and remove wings created out of water at will.
In Steven Universe, Sapphire is a member of the Crystal Gems with blue skin and pale blue, wavy hair with bangs. Sapphire wears a floor-length gown with white, rounded, puffy sleeves, a navy top, and a blue skirt. Her dress has a blue pinafore over the top.
Doom’s protagonist is a futuristic marine alternatively called Doom Marine, Doom Slayer, or Doom Guy. Doom Guy originally had no actual name because, according to John Romero, the protagonist is supposed to be you.
In Steven Universe, Vidalia is a minor character who made her debut in “Story for Steven” in a flashback, and reappeared in the episode “Onion Friend” in person. Vidalia had knee-length, light-blonde hair that seemed to spike around her face and at the top of her head. She wore light magenta/pale pink eyeshadow, white boots, and high-waisted blue-gray jeans that were torn on the knees. Vidalia also wore a dark leather jacket with spikes on the shoulders, which appeared to have a belt hanging off of it. Her shirt was pale blue.
In One Piece, “Cat Burglar” Nami is a pirate and navigator of the Straw Hat Pirates. She excels for her ability to forecast the weather, though her special ability to control weather phenomena surely helps.
In Steven Universe, Pearl is a member of the Crystal Gems. One of Rose Quartz’s closest followers and her sole confidant, Pearl is one of the last surviving Gems on Earth who joined the Crystal Gems in their rebellion against the Gem Homeworld. Pearl would afterwards protect the Earth over the next several millennia alongside her friends, while later teaching Rose’s son, Steven, the ways of Gems.
Detective Dick Gumshoe is the friendly homicide detective met in nearly every trial Phoenix works on in the first three installments of the Ace Attorney series. He’s doggedly loyal to his job and his friends. Even if he is a bit bumbling and inept, Gumshoe tried his hardest at just about anything he does.
In Watchmen, Silk Spectre is a costumed crime fighter named Laurie Juspeczyk (Malin Akerman). In fact she is Silk Spectre II, having taken over the family business from her mother Sally Jupiter (Carla Gugino).
In Deadman Wonderland, Shiro is a strange and bubbly girl who is a bit clumsy. She is an albino with snow-white hair, pale skin, and even white eyebrows. She is a childhood friend of Ganta Ishigara.
In Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) is the much-feared judge of Toontown, where he metes out punishments like executing Toons by dipping them into vats of Dip — turpentine and acetone. He calm and without mirth, but this demeanor conceals his true identity.