Women

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992 Film)

Buffy (Kristy Swanson) is a blonde valley girl who only cares about fashion, cheerleading, gymnastics, and sometimes boys. But that all changes when she discovers she’s meant to be a slayer… specifically, a vampire slayer. This version of Buffy was the original creation of the character, which kicked off the TV and book series.

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.

Ariadne

An architecture student in France, Ariadne (Ellen Page) is recruited by Dominic Cobb as part of a team assigned to complete an inception, or the planting of an idea in someone’s mind. She possesses brilliant architectural design abilities, creating the subconscious maps through which the team navigates in the movie Inception. Ariadne is also the only one who calls out Dominic on his erratic mental state that could endanger the entire team. She dresses like a normal college student, but with an extra fashionable French flair.

Bombshell Stargirl

In DC Bombshells, Stargirl enlists with the Night Witches, a Russian Flying Squadron. She is used as propaganda by the Russians, but she is given a cosmic staff that allows her to fly. Eventually, she is recruited by Mera to join the Allied forces. She is inspired by 1940’s pinups, which includes a victory roll hairstyle and pinup makeup.

Hela Odinsdottir

As the secret eldest child of Odin, and sister to Thor and Loki, Hela (Cate Blanchett) was the Asgardian Goddess of Death and former Executioner. After gaining too much power, her father defeated her in battle and sent her to be imprisoned in Hel for millenia. At Odin’s death, the power that held her captive faded and she was able to escape and exact her revenge. She is the villain of Thor: Ragnarok.

Debbie Jellinsky from Addams Family Values

Debbie Jellinsky

Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack) is the psycho wife of Uncle Fester Addams in 1992’s Addams Family Values, the sequel to the previous live-action Addams Family film. Deranged and suffering with childhood neglect, Debbie is the ultimate female husband killer. She will stop at nothing to make sure her newlywed is dead, in this case Uncle Fester.

Velma Kelly

Velma Kelly, portrayed by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the hit film, Chicago, is a nightclub singer and vaudevillian who is sent to Cook County Jail for murdering her husband and sister. She finds a rival for stardom when Roxie Hart arrives at the same prison and steals her spotlight.

Ceremonial Princess Zelda from Breath of the Wild

In the century prior to the main events of Breath of the Wild, Princess Zelda (Yu Shimamura / Patricia Summersett) and her allies fought against Calamity Ganon. Dressed in ceremonial garb, Zelda was ready to awaken the powers of Hylia within her when Ganon struck Hyrule in an unexpected place. When she was unable to harness her powers in time, she and Link were forced to flee…And so Breath of the Wild begins.

Rain Ocampo

Rain Ocampo (Michelle Rodriguez) is a special forces commando for the Umbrella Corporation in the first installment of the Resident Evil film series. Called in after the advanced computer AI nicknamed the Red Queen initiated a lock down, Rain along with her team must battle a horde of zombies within a bio-weaponry facility called The Hive in Raccoon City. In the first movie, she wears thick long-sleeved tactical gear that comes in handy when zombies are after her flesh.

Killer Frost (Earth Two)

In the parallel timeline dubbed Earth Two from the television show The Flash, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker), real name Caitlin, was a metahuman villain allied with her husband Deathstorm (Robbie Amell), Reverb (Carlos Valdes), and the evil speedster Zoom (Teddy Sears). Her ability to shoot frozen air out of her palms complemented her lover’s fiery fury. Similar to Earth One’s Killer Frost, she has an affinity for black leather.