Ashley Campbell from Sally Face

Ashley Campbell from Sally Face

In Sally Face, Ashley Campbell is a close friend of Sal Fisher. As a teenager, she wears a casual outfit with purple shirt dress, leggings, and high-tops. As an adult, Ashley cuts her hair short, wears a leather jacket, and fingerless gloves because she rides a motorcycle.

Joey Claire from Hiveswap

Joey Claire

In the MS Paint Adventures web comic Hiveswap, Joey Claire lives with her sister Jude at Half-Harley Manor near Hauntswitch. Joey is an intelligent girl who dances, both ballet and tap, and enjoys puzzle solving. The large green star on her shirt may be a reference to the Green Sun from Homestuck. Joey’s strife weapon is a flashlight.

Rosie Betzler from Jojo Rabbit

Rosie Betzler from Jojo Rabbit

Rosie Betzler (played by Scarlett Johansson) is a single mother raising her son in Nazi Germany while her husband is away at war. Secretly anti-Nazi, Rosie hides her late daughter’s Jewish classmate in her attic while her son Johannes (“Jojo”) attends a Hitler Youth training camp. Rosie wears an array of fashionable vintage clothing, so there are many ways to recreate her look. Some of the staples of 1940’s fashion include high-waist trousers, cropped sweaters, and red lipstick. When it is not possible to find an exact replica of a specific outfit, layering different pieces can often evoke a similar effect.

Looking Glass from Watchmen

Looking Glass from Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson) is the alter ego of Wade Tillman, a detective of the Tulsa Police Department. He has the special ability of deductive analysis, being able to tell if someone is telling the truth or not, which comes in handy when he acts as an interrogator. Looking Glass dresses casually, aside from the shiny “reflectatine” mask that protects his mind from psychic blasts. To make the mask, cut the hood from the silver full body suit.

Elijah Price from Glass

Elijah Price from Glass

In Unbreakable and Glass, Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) is the alter ego assumed by Elijah Price, an intelligent comic book enthusiast with Type I osteogenesis imperfecta who is revealed to be a mass murderer and the mastermind behind the train crash involving David Dunn. Mr. Glass uses purple prominently as his supervillain color.

Mal from Descendants 3

Mal from Disney’s Descendants 3

Mal is the daughter of Maleficent, who lives on the Isle of the Lost, where all villains and their children reside. She is one of the four children from the Isle to attend Auradon Prep, a school for the children of heroes. As the series progresses, Mal becomes kind and caring, and she abandons evil for good. In Descendants 3, Mal must stop Audrey, who has become evil after stealing Maleficent’s staff, and Hades, who has his own sinister plans. She brings Auradon and the Isle together and subsequently becomes Queen.

Frank West from Dead Rising 1

Frank West from Dead Rising 1

When Frank West is first introduced in Dead Rising 1, he is a determined and unpredictable photojournalist always on the lookout for the next big (and likely dangerous) scoop. Once he is thrown into the zombie infected town of Wilamette on assignment, he begins to uncover a sinister government cover up and becomes embroiled in it himself. Frank’s outfit is sensible, making it easy to run and fight his way out of Wilamette when necessary. If you do not already own a high-quality camera like the one Frank uses, a simple phone case made to look like one can lend the same aesthetic.

Howard Ratner from Uncut Gems

Howard Ratner from Uncut Gems

In Uncut Gems, Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler) is a New York City jewelry dealer and gambling addict. Ratner gets in over his head with loan sharks, and is forced to retrieve a rare and valuable black opal he purchased in order to pay back his debts. As you might expect from someone from the Diamond District, gold and diamonds feature heavily in Ratner’s outfit, including a fully iced out Furby necklace.

Roz from Monsters, Inc.

Roz from Monsters, Inc.

In Pixar’s Monsters, Inc., Roz is a slug-like monster that is in charge of the CDA, and as such, holds all the keys to the children’s closet doors at Monsters, Inc. Roz is ever the bureaucrat, always grumpy and blasé that someone has not submitted the proper paperwork, although she reveals a softer side when she lets Sulley say his goodbyes to Boo.

Police Officer from HBO's Watchmen

Police Officer from HBO’s Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, officers of the Tulsa P.D. must hide their identities from the Seventh Kavalry and other terrorist organizations. The standard uniforn not only protects their families; it also creates a rather intimidating picture. With a yellow face mask, heavy duty boots, and cable ties for restraining the bad guys, they are always ready to serve and protect.