Posts by Kyera

Commander William Riker

The First Officer of the USS Enterprise under Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) performs his duties with confidence, courage and a heap of charm. Although he has the experience and skill to captain his own ship, he chooses to stay with the Enterprise as First Officer. The rakish Riker proceeds to tour the galaxy, saving lives and sweeping women off their feet – with the occasional trombone solo. As a Starfleet officer, he wears the Command Red uniform.

Jen Barber

After wheedling her way into an IT supervisor position with zero experience, Jen Barber (Katherine Parkinson) finds herself in charge of two antisocial, socially awkward, adorably inept geeks, Maurice Moss and Roy Trenneman, on the British sitcom The IT Crowd. Jen handles her new underlings as best she can, even when that means dealing with a goth vampire, a deviant of a boss and various terrible love interests. A trendy, fashionable woman, Jen wears traditional office wear with modern, edgy twists.

Inspector Lestrade (BBC)

Greg Lestrade (Rupert Graves) is an Inspector with Scotland Yard who calls upon Sherlock Holmes when cases take a perplexing turn. He has worked with Sherlock long enough to not be bothered by the brusque, rather rude manner Sherlock has, and the two are as close to friends as Sherlock allows. Lestrade is cool, confident and always open to Sherlock’s suggestions. He wears an unbuttoned black suit with no tie and a large overcoat.

Commander William Adama

William Adama (Edward James Olmos) is Commander of the interstellar battleship Galactica and Admiral of the fleet on the hit sci-fi show Battlestar Galactica. A stern, taciturn, moral man who bears the weight of responsibility for the last lives of humanity, Adama protects the fleet from threats both inside and out. A man of tradition and respect for the military, he wears officer duty blues with Commander and Admiral pips and patches.

Vic Moretti

New to the sheriff’s department in Wyoming’s Absaroka county, deputy Vic Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) is the right-hand woman of Sheriff Walt Longmire on the TV series Longmire. She is an enigmatic character with a rough and wild side, but comes to love the people in the sheriff’s office as her new family. She has a dark reason for coming to Wyoming, one that eventually catches up to her. This guide covers her day-to-day officer outfit, complete with blonde hair and sunglasses.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Captain of the Sovereign-class starship the USS Enterprise, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) helms it with a steady, wise hand and a cup of hot Earl Grey tea in the other. Level-headed, inspiring and a talented diplomat, Captain Picard has dedicated his life to his ship and his crew. Starfleet reveres him as a distinguished leader and negotiator; his crew love him as they would a father, despite a slightly brusque exterior. He wears the Starfleet Command Red uniform.

Caprica Six

The first model of Cylon revealed to look human in the TV series Battlestar Galactica, the Six line (Tricia Helfer) relies on seduction, manipulation and brute force to achieve its goals. The most famous model, Caprica Six, has an on-again-off-again relationship with scientist Gaius Baltar that mostly takes place inside of his mind. She dresses for the role of temptress, in a revealing red dress and tousled blonde locks.

Colonel Jack O’Neil

A tough, no-nonsense army colonel called in to deal with a potential alien incursion in the 1994 movie Stargate, Jack O’Neil (Kurt Russell) keeps his rowdy bunch alive and on task. He is willing to sacrifice everything for this mission, having little to live for after the death of his son. Dressed in standard military uniform with a distinctive black beret, he looks dog-headed gods and parasitic human hosts square in the eye without breaking a sweat.

Aeryn Sun

A Sebacean by race and Peacekeeper by profession, Officer Aeryn Sun (Claudia Black) is a dedicated, skilled, highly dangerous soldier in the TV series Farscape. When human astronaut John Crichton hurtles through a wormhole into the middle of a Peacekeeper battle, she is excommunicated from the Peacekeepers and joins up with Crichton and a colorful host of other aliens on the living spacecraft Moya. As befitting her role of soldier and warrior, she dresses in all black.

Alessa Gillespie

Alessa Gillespie (Jodelle Ferland), although not present on screen most of the time, is the heart and soul of each Silent Hill video game and movie installment. Chosen to birth God, an evil demonic entity, Alessa’s soul splits during the ceremony into a “dark” and “light” Alessa. Dark Alessa creates the Silent Hill world, filling it with terrifying and brutal creatures born out of her pain and suffering during the ritual. Despite eventually merging her two halves, Alessa’s soul continues to be drawn into the Silent Hill world. This guide describes her childhood school uniform, an outfit that appears in multiple games.