dc bombshells

Bombshell Superman

In DC Bombshells, the female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Superman uses his laser vision to help the Bombshells out with welding.

Bombshell Jesse Quick

In DC Bombshells, Jesse Quick, the daughter of the Flash and Liberty Belle, is a carhop at a malt shop. In the 1940’s, women replaced men as carhops because of the war, and these female waitress became classic Americana. Jesse Quick’s look is simple, and small tweaks like tying the blouse into a crop top and including the Flash patch are enough to bring it to life.

Bombshell Katana

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where the female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Katana’s look is inspired by the British “Hammer Horror” films of the 1950’s. For more authenticity, the armor can be spray painted silver and the front of the dress can be hemmed.

Bombshell Poison Ivy

In DC Bombshells, Poison Ivy uses her botanist skills to grow plants in winter and feed the Russians during WWII. She also used her skills to create a perfume to defeat the Nazis, but her skin turned green as a result. In this depiction, she is modeled after 1940’s pinups, complete with victory rolls in her hair. The key to her costume is the ivy accents, so get creative with makeup, temporary tattoos, or floral ivy to complete the look.

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.

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.

Bombshell Supergirl

In DC Bombshells, Supergirl is used as propaganda for Soviet Russia after enlisting in their flight program. Her look is inspired by WWII pinups, so glamour waves or victory roll hairstyles are perfect for capturing her look, as well as classic pinup makeup. The red satin belt is used to tie the corset and skirt together, and the “Superman” patch can be added to recreate her logo.

Bombshell Ravager

In DC Bombshells, Ravager is a prophetic pirate who joins the other members of the Suicide Squad at Belle Reeve Manor. Her look is inspired by pirate pinups, and though the exact color scheme is difficult to find, the essence of the character is easily captured with steampunk fashion and accessories.

Bombshell Batwoman

In DC Bombshells, Batwoman (real name Kate Kane) is a vigilante who earned her name by fighting crime with a bat and her baseball uniform. Her costume is inspired by the women’s baseball uniforms in the 1940’s. For authenticity, use the iron-on patch and numbers to recreate her team logo and number, 52. She also has “batwoman” written on her bat, which can be easily added to the prop bat.

Bombshell Vixen

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Vixen is reimagined as a jazzy lounge singer.