Leah of Hel
In the Marvel comics, Leah of Hel is the loyal Asgardian handmaiden of Hela, daughter of Loki. Despite Leah's disdain for the trickster god, he takes a liking to her and is committed to being her BFF. For this costume, you can remove the black lace and replace it with yellow lining for the most authentic look.
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June 1, 2015 by Tom
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