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Banshee from the X-Men

…mer NYPD officer as well as an Interpol agent. When Banshee works with the X-Men he is usually a full decade or more older than the other members of his team and is usually places in a mentor role. Although the character appears in X-Men: First Class he is best known from his portrayal in the comics. And though the specifics of his costume have changed there are a few things that stay constant. His suit is always green with yellow markings on the…

X-23 from the X-Men Comics

…wenty-two failed attempts. Her first-ever appearance in X-Men lore was the X-Men: Evolution TV series, but was welcomed into the comic book universe with the NYX comics, which explained her origin story in a grittier fashion than the children’s cartoon before it. X-23 then entered the Marvel-Fox cinematic universe in the form of a young Mexican child in James Mangold’s Logan, but her teenage/young adult persona from the comics can be just as fun t…

Mystique from X-Men

…but I’ve included some additional garments which draw inspiration from my personal favorite Mystique look from the retro X-Men arcade game….

Beast from X-Men

Beast, or Dr. Hank McCoy, is a founding member of the X-Men. His powers as a mutant include super strength and heightened senses. Despite his animalistic appearance, Beast possesses brilliant intelligence, and can communicate eloquently. He is a professor at the Xavier Institute as well as an activist for the acceptance of mutants in society. This guide follows his comic book iteration. Use the blue paint to cover your entire face as well as to p…

Sabretooth from X-Men Origins: Wolverine

…In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Sabretooth (Liev Schreiber), real name Victor Creed, is a mutant with animal-like abilities like retractable claws, regenerative healing, and enhanced senses… much like his younger half-brother Wolverine….

Risty Wilde from X-Men: Evolution

…ilde (voiced by Nicole Oliver) drove fans wild when she first showed up in X-Men: Evolution. With her British accent and punk hair, fans were sure Risty would eventually become Psylocke or was at least fashioned after her. They were shocked to find out she was actually Mystique trying to stay close to Rogue using a fake identity the way only Mystique can. Unlike Mystique’s usual blue appearance, Risty’s look will rely less on body paint and more i…

Chief Zed from Men in Black

…get in the way of doing his job. Or trying to do right by his agents. The Men in Black all have a standard uniform and Zed is no exception. They are the quintessential “G-men“. A black suit, black shoes, a black belt, and a black tie over a white button down shirt is their uniform. Black sunglasses, an MIB badge, a neuralyzer, and a Noisy Cricket help too. But for Zed there is one thing that has to be included or his costume won’t be complete: Hi…

Agent O from Men in Black

…anch of the MiB following the death of Chief Zed. She appears in the third Men in Black film and the recent reboot, Men in Black: International. Agent O’s severe fashion sense has undergone some tweaks over the years — instead of the standard blazer and buttoned-up blouse she wore in the third film, she currently opts for a mock neck and jewel-necked suit jacket over a black pencil skirt. This guide shows you how to recreate her clothing from bot…

Men in Black

…Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) and Agent J (Will Smith) are two of the Men in Black, a secret agency that polices illegal (extraterrestrial) aliens. They’re tasked with tracking down an intergalactic terrorist before he destroys Planet Earth. Just another day on the job….

Serleena from Men in Black II

…a Victoria’s Secret model from a magazine. Serleena wears two outfits primarily, her first being a lacy black lingerie set that she soon covers with clothing she takes off a biker whom she consumes for food….