In issue #7 of the Image Comics series Man-Eaters, we get the following splash page with various hairstyles of iconic female pop-culture heroines:

Wigs Splash page from Man-Eaters #7

The numbers were added by me for easier identification.

Can you help me identify which character each wig belongs to?

  • Any reason for the down-votes? – ComicSansMS May 1 at 11:30
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    Some people just don't like these sorts of identify questions anymore. – TheLethalCarrot May 1 at 11:31

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  1. Princess Leia Organa, Star Wars

  2. Hillary Clinton (?)

  3. ?

  4. ?

  5. Daenerys Targaryen, A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones

  6. Frida Kahlo (?)

  7. Rey (?), Star Wars

  8. Some variation of Medusa?

  9. Usagi Tsukino, Sailor Moon

  10. Marge Simpson, The Simpsons

  11. Ariel (?), The Little Mermaid

  12. Catwoman (Eartha Kitt), Batman '66

  13. Rose Tico (?), Star Wars

  14. Katara, Avatar: The Last Airbender

  15. Harley Quinn, DC comics

  16. ?

  17. Alana, Saga

  18. Wonder Woman, DC comics

  19. Merida (?), Brave

  20. Major Motoko Kusanagi, Ghost in the Shell

  21. Storm, Marvel comics?

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    I thought 1 was Hillary Clinton before I realised it was fantasy characters. – Parrotmaster May 1 at 11:48
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    @Parrotmaster I don't think it's all fantasy characters. It might be Hillary actually (she is featured prominently in #3 of the series). – ComicSansMS May 1 at 11:50
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    #2 is definitely Hillary Clinton. But I'd like to read the original text from the page, because if this is about "hairstyles of iconic female pop-culture heroines", well...Jaime Lannister? Rey? Rose Tico :-D :-D :-D??!?!?! Katara, who? Lol... – motoDrizzt May 1 at 12:35
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    4 is, I think, Josephine Baker, judging by a few of the pics I find in a Google image search for her. – Patrick Wynne May 1 at 16:39
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    Aha! I knew I had seen #17 somewhere in a comic book. It's Alana from Saga. – Patrick Wynne May 1 at 17:01

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