ninja

Strider Hiryu

Strider Hiryu is a futuristic cyber-ninja from the Strider game series, developed by Capcom. He also makes notable appearances in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, representing Capcom alongside other icons such as Ryu and Frank West.

The white athletic tape is for his forearms and legs, and the red athletic tape is for his midsection. Some minor adjustments to both the wig and sword will help to achieve a more accurate look, although are not entirely necessary.

Mai Shiranui

In Fatal Fury and King of Fighters, Mai Shiranui is a junoichi, or female ninja. In addition to her formidable fighting skills, she uses her curvaceous figure and revealing uniform to distract and beguile her assassination targets.

Elektra

Elektra was once the privileged daughter of a Greek ambassador who becomes a ruthless assassin after her father is killed during a kidnapping rescue. She’s a skilled fighter who’s even more lethal when she wields her twin sais.

Deadpool

In the Marvel Universe, Deadpool (aka Wade Wilson) is a mentally unstable mercenary. He’s hugely popular with comic fans as the merc with a mouth, frequently breaking the fourth wall. In the Wolverine movie, Ryan Reynolds also portrayed something that kind of resembled Deadpool, I guess…?

Ezio from Assassin’s Creed II

In Assassin’s Creed II, Desmond uses an improved version of the Animus to view Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a nobleman from the late 15th century in Florence. Ezio witnesses the execution of his father and brothers by order of a corrupt official named Borgia and sets out for revenge against him and the Templars.

Altair from Assassin’s Creed

In Assassin’s Creed, Desmond Miles uses a machine called the Animus to control the actions of his genetic ancestor Altaïr ibn-La’Ahad. Altaïr must keep a low cover while assassinating ten Knights Templar, all while the Third Crusade rages in the background.