Posts by Agatha

Woodsman from Twin Peaks

In Twin Peaks: The Return, the woodsman is a mysterious being associated with the Black Lodge that takes the form of a disheveled man with an Abe Lincoln beard. He’s a man of few words, often standing motionless except for the occasional “gotta light?”

Evil Cooper

In Twin Peaks: The Return, while Special Agent Dale Cooper is trapped in the Black Lodge, a malicious spirit associated with BOB was released into the world. He took the form of Cooper’s doppelgänger, also known as Evil Coop, and cuts loose compared to his clean-cut counterpart as noted by his long hair and animal skin fashion.

Doctor Poison

Doctor Poison

In Wonder Woman, Doctor Poison (Elena Anaya) is the nickname of Isabel Maru, a deranged Spanish chemist who concocts poisons to cause people as much pain as possible. Due to a facial disfigurement, likely from an accident during her experimentation, Doctor Poison wears a ceramic mask on the left side of her face.

Undercover Wonder Woman

Undercover Wonder Woman

In Wonder Woman, the titular character (Gal Gadot) must navigate Victorian London incognito, no easy task for an Amazon warrior demigoddess with a magical sword hailing from the hidden island of Themyscira, even with all the help of Steve Trevor’s loyal secretary Etta Candy.

Wonder Woman (2017)

Wonder Woman (2017)

The new Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), who was unveiled in Batman v. Superman, sports a darker, more modern look compared to the original Wonder Woman. In the 2017 film, she is Amazon demigoddess Diana, a woman of strong ideals who is a fish out of water in WWII Europe.

Adrian Chase Prometheus

Adrian Chase

In Arrow, former Star City District Attorney Adrian Chase is revealed to be the serial killer calling himself Prometheus, and who the media had nicknamed the Throwing Star Killer for using shurikens made from Oliver Queen’s used arrows. Towards the end of season 5, Adrian equips himself with tactical gear as shown in this guide.

Kenny G

Kenny G

Kenny G’s locks are as legendary as his signature silky smooth jazz sound, which he coaxes from a soprano saxophone. He shattered world records in the 90s with his best selling albums, and set a Guinness World Record for the longest note played on a sax, clocking in at over 45 minutes.

Bloody Face

In American Horror Story Asylum, Bloody Face is a serial killer who started murdering in the early 1960s. His true identity is suspected to be a gas station worker named Kit, but it turns out to be respected psychiatrist Dr. Oliver Thredson (Zachary Quinto), and decades later, his son Johnny Morgan (Dylan McDermott).

Peak 90s Bolton

Peak ’90s Bolton

In Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special, singer Michael Bolton is tasked with encouraging couples to make love and make 75,000 babies, in order to clear the excess inventory of toys in Santa’s workshop. When all seems lost, he activates Peak ’90s Bolton, golden locks, denim suit, and all, which pushes the making babies count over the top.

Pimp Kramer

Pimp Kramer

In the Seinfeld episode “The Wig Master”, Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) is lent the technicolor dreamcoat from a musical show. He flamboyantly pairs it with a large woman’s hat, walking cane, and pink Cadillac, which lead police to mistakenly conclude that he’s a pimp.