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Pirate Jenny from HBO’s Watchmen

Pirate Jenny (Jessica Camacho) from the HBO series Watchmen is an anarchist at heart. She has joined The Watchmen to fight for justice by any means necessary. Her style is part functionality and part intimidation factor. A decent amount of crafting will need to go into the headpiece and mask. Luckily it is more ripping and tearing than sewing work.The bleached tee could be cut around the collar and stretched as desired. The fishnet hair net will need to go over your head and can be ripped liberally over the eyes. She has a dark smokey eye shadow peeking through the eye holes in her mask. The key to making this look work is expressing its been worn in. Use a close-up image of her face when making your mask so you can follow all the layers of fishnet and mesh it includes. May need some easy hand sewing for the thin layer of white mesh over her nose and mouth.

Ms. Crookshanks from HBO’s Watchmen

Ms. Crookshanks (played by Sara Vickers) is a devoted servant in HBO’s Watchmen. One of the clone servants of Adrian Veidt, she is an important partner throughout much of his story. Crookshanks is dressed much like a classic maid with a conservative dress, apron, and sensible black heels.

Lady Trieu from HBO's Watchmen

Lady Trieu from HBO’s Watchmen

Lady Trieu (played by Hong Chau) is the smartest woman in the world when she is introduced in HBO’s Watchmen series. However, much like her father, she can also be narcissistic and cruel. Lady Trieu’s signature look consists of cream and white colored fabrics with long sleeves, high necklines, and gloves.

Bian My from HBO's Watchmen

Bian My from Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, Bian My (Jolie Hoang-Rappaport) is the precocious daughter of Lady Trieu, who strangely suffers nightmares of the Vietnam War including a memory of the Comedian burning down her village. It’s later revealed that Bian is a clone that Lady Trieu created of her own deceased mother.

sister night from hbo's watchmen

Sister Night from HBO’s Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, Detective Angela Abar (played by Regina King) dons a mask to become Sister Night in order to help maintain law and order in the City of Tulsa. Having vowed revenge against the Seventh Kavalry for the death of her partner and his wife, Angela is a skilled martial artist and exceptional detective. Sister Night’s costume keeps Angela’s identity hidden and her family safe from criminals. A long overcoat, rosary beads, and face mask help transform Angela into her vengeful alter ego.

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Panda from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Panda (Jacob Ming-Trent) is a detective of the Tulsa Police Department in charge of permitting police officers to unlock their service weapons. He is a pencil pusher who is very by-the-books, which draws the ire of the other officers. To complete the look, add plenty of dirt and grime to the panda mask, and fill the binder with mind-numbing paperwork.

Hooded Justice from Watchmen

Hooded Justice from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Hooded Justice, real identity Will Reeves, is the first ever masked vigilante, a charter member of the Minutemen, and the inspiration for many of the earliest superheroes. He wears a black hood and noose around his neck, evocative of both a medieval executioner and the Ku Klux Klan members he fights against. He deals his own brand of justice with great brutality.

Lube Man from Watchmen

Lube Man from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Lube Man is a mysterious character who wears reflective goggles and head-to-toe shiny silver body suit. When Angela Abar a.k.a. Sister Night discovers that he’s spying on her, she gives chase. But Lube Man makes a slick escape when he sprays himself with a slippery substance and then slides into a tiny sewer opening. For full accuracy with the bodysuit, cut out eye and mouth holes in its hood, and dip its fingers in black dye.

Red Scare from Watchmen

Red Scare from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Red Scare (Andrew Howard) is a Tulsa Police detective who wears a red tracksuit and speaks with a Russian accent. His true identity and past are unknown, but he’s presumed to be from a Soviet bloc country with a communist background. Red Scare often uses his large, robust build and a bullhorn to intimidate his enemies.

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.