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Harley Quinn from DC Universe

…Harley Quinn is the protagonist of her own self titled series on DC Universe. You might recognize her voice actress, Kaley Cuoco, from The Big Bang Theory. After splitting up with the Joker, Harley forms her own league of villains, including King Shark, Clayface, Doctor Psycho, and Cy Borgman. The show follows her misadventures of taking down the Joker. Eventually, Harley develops a romantic relationship with Poison Ivy….

Poison Ivy from DC Universe

Poison Ivy is a character in the DC Universe animated series Harley Quinn. She has the ability to control plant life, and owns a greenhouse in her apartment. A talkative Venus Flytrap named Frank the Plant provides comic relief. In the first episode, she convinces Harley that the Joker is more in love with capturing Batman than with her. While she matches Harley’s sassy and headstrong personality, she keeps a more level head and knows how to rein…

Wildcat

…of those was Ted Grant, a renowned heavy weight boxer that took up the Wildcat mantle to clear his name after getting involved with the wrong people. Wildcat’s costume is fairly simple so there are a few ways it can be done. The simplest is a black body suit and fingerless gloves paired with a cat mask. Wearing martial arts slippers with the body suit – either inside the suit of it goes over your feet or outside of it for suits that end at the an…

Sara Lance (White Canary) from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

…Sara Lance (played by Caity Lotz) is the identity behind the White Canary in Legends of Tomorrow. Sara is a former member of the League of Assassins and Team Arrow. She is also co-founder of the Crisis Team, while being the captain of Waverider and leader of the Legends. Sara’s White Canary costume consists of soft white and grey tones and a long coat….

Ray Palmer (Atom) from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

…Ray Palmer (played by Brandon Routh) was knighted Sir Raymond of the Palms by Queen Guinevere in the time of Camelot. In the present time, he is also the real identity of the vigilante known as The Atom, as well as a successful businessman and friend to Sara Lance. The Atom’s costume consists of a black and red exosuit….

Bombshell Enchantress

…In DC Bombshells, Enchantress is part of the Suicide Squad during WWII. Though her powers and abilities still revolve around her magic, her look is reminiscent of the witch archetype that was popularized in the 1940’s. Her costume is a combination of classic witch elements and Victorian fashion. The feather pom poms are a good substitute for energy projection, though green wired ribbon or green crystals will also work well….

Bombshell Supergirl

…In DC Bombshells, Supergirl is used as propaganda for Soviet Russia after enlisting in their flight program. Her look is inspired by WWII pinups, so glamour waves or victory roll hairstyles are perfect for capturing her look, as well as classic pinup makeup. The red satin belt is used to tie the corset and skirt together, and the “Superman” patch can be added to recreate her logo….

Bombshell Black Canary

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where the female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. Black Canary is a nightclub singer modeled after the pinups of the 1940’s….

Bombshell Harley Quinn

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. Modeled after the classic pinups of the 1940’s, Harley Quinn is a bomber pilot….

Bombshell Katana

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where the female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Katana’s look is inspired by the British “Hammer Horror” films of the 1950’s. For more authenticity, the armor can be spray painted silver and the front of the dress can be hemmed….