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Bumblebee

Bumblebee is a character from the DC Comics. Her real name is Karen Beecher-Duncan. After first appearing in Teen Titans #45, she joined the Doom Patrol and the Teen Titans. Following her comic debut in 1976, some attribute Bumblebee as the first black woman superhero character in DC Comics. She is a human or metahuman depending on the continuity. Her abilities include shrinking to insect size and a solar powered suit that enables her to fly, launch force blasts, and unleash electrical stings. Use black duct tape to make the diagonal stripes. If you want to show your midriff like the character, you can cut the top to fit higher.

Elasti-Girl from Doom Patrol

Elasti-Girl (played by April Bowlby) is a human with super ability, and also known as Rita Farr. Rita was a well-known actress until a toxic gas incident made her cells unstable. She has the ability to change shape. At times doesn’t have much control, so her appearance becomes melted or saggy. Rita Farr lives in the Caulder House alongside others like her in Doom Patrol.

Cyborg from Doom Patrol

Cyborg from Doom Patrol

In Doom Patrol, Cyborg (Joivan Wade), real name Vic Stone, is a half-human, half-machine cyborg superhero who struggles with his duality. It’s he that’s the driving force that brings the Doom Patrol together and calls them into action.

Negative Man from Doom Patrol

Negative Man from Doom Patrol

Negative Man (Matt Bomer / Matthew Zuk), real name Larry Trainor, is a member of the Doom Patrol. He was originally an Air Force pilot who crashed his experimental aircraft into negative energy, and due to his burns and radioactivity, must now be wrapped in bandages from head to toe.

Crazy Jane from Doom Patrol

Crazy Jane from Doom Patrol

In Doom Patrol, Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), real name Kay Challis, has multiple personalities, each of which has a different set of super powers. Her 64 personalities include Hammerhead, Pretty Polly, Penny Farthing, Black Annis, and of course Jane Morris.