Created By: NESBoy on March 7, 2011 Last Edited By: Bisected8 on February 16, 2014
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Robot Hair

Robots have hair, either to humanise them, or emphasise their artificial nature

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No Launching Please.

I know that "Robot Hair" as a trope was cited in the Character Sheet for Otomedius, but it actually linked to Alien Hair. The trope itself may need a better description in some spots.

...And it appears that theLibrarian already made a YKTTW on essentially the same subject. However, it went nowhere, meaning I'm free to pursue this trope. I've added the examples cited in that one's discussion in due time, and the description provided can be made into a Laconic Wiki entry.

EDIT: Since this YKTTW's been idle for some time, I've decided to take over. - Bisected8

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Robots are curious beings. They may vary in lifestyle, behavior, design, intelligence... even gender. Indeed, they come in a myriad of ways. But a particularly curious thing about them, humanoid ones in particular, is that no matter where they come from, no matter how they appear, they may have some form of a trait found most commonly on mammals. By which we mean... hair.

The hair in question could resemble normal human hair (or at least attempt to) or it could just be a series of mechanical parts (functional or not) which resemble a hairstyle. Either way, (as with Alien Hair and Non-Mammalian Hair), the main purpose of this trope is to show the audience a humanlike robot either by making it seem more human (since hair on the head is a very specifically human trait, especially for entities that are meant to appear female), or by emphasising a more human-like robot's mechanical nature (by making the "hair" look stiff and unnatural). A variation of the latter often appears in theatre and low budget live action movies with android characters; the actor's hair is fixed with hairspray and a combination of careful trimming and makeup is applied around the hairline (so there's a clear line) to make it look synthetic.

Only list animal examples which clearly have parts designed to resemble a particular feature, like a mane. Cyborgs also count, but only list examples with hair that is actually synthetic (rather than their original hair). Robots and cyborgs who are indistinguishable from normal humans shouldn't be listed unless their hair fits the "makes them look artificial" variation. Humongous Mecha which have styles resembling their pilots' also merit a mention.

A common feature of any Fembot (for which it can serve as Tertiary Sexual Characteristics) and more or less mandatory for a Robot Girl, although masculine robots are not exempt. A Robot Me will have this trope by necessity (unless it's a copy of someone bald, of course). Naturally, other Hair Tropes can be applied to the "hair".

Compare Weird Beard and Sci Fi Bob. Sister trope to Robot Antennae.

Examples:

Anime and Manga
  • Overman King Gainer has King Gainer, the only mech with hair. It's even called "The Overman with hair" in-series.
  • Eriya and Neriya's guymelefs, Teiring, in The Vision of Escaflowne. Each has hair in the same colour and style of their pilots'.
  • Skydolls in Sky Doll have a bald heads, with helmet-like, very synthetic, wigs (some of which resemble normal hair and some which don't).
  • The Nadleeh Gundam in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 has long red cables of some sort at the back of its head, which move around like long hair. It resembles a longer version of its pilot, Tieria Erde's, hair.
  • Chachamaru of Mahou Sensei Negima! has hair which is pastel green. It's a synthetic material which functions as her heat sink, but only the color visually distinguishes it from normal hair.
  • The Genesic GaoGaiGar has big red hair of the synthetic variety. Galeon himself's normal form is a Lion with a mechanical mane facsimile.
  • Full Metal Panic!: Gauron's Armslave has a long blond topknot making it resemble an armoured samurai.
  • Drossel from Fireball has absolutely gigantic pigtails. They can transform into a rocket engine to enable her to fly.
  • The Operator androids in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and Real Drive all have synthetic hair to help them closer resemble humans. People who opt to switch over to prosthetic bodies also have bio-synthetic hair, even though they're now cyborgs instead of being complete robots. In the later category, The Major is unusual for selecting an unnatural colour for her hair.

Comic Books
  • In Joss Whedon's run on X-Men, the Danger Room developed sapience and (after creating a body from an old Sentinel) became Danger. "She" has cables coming out of the back of her head that resemble hair.
  • Jocasta from The Avengers. She's a robotic copy of Janet Van Dyne, and thus has a head shaped like her hairstyle.
  • Platinum from Metal Men is the only Fembot of the six Chrome Champion robots and, naturally, is the only one with "hair".
  • Sung "Girl One" Li of Top 10. She can control its color and project patterns on her hair (and on her body).
  • Warlock from the New Mutants was technically a "techno-organic" alien, but his cable hair fits this trope in spirit. His own series saw his appearance change to a more humanoid form.

Film

Literature
  • Justified with the PICAs in David Weber's Safehold novels. They are built to be a perfect replica of a specific human being. The hair is usually "grown" from ingested organic materials (ie food that the PICA "eats").
  • Some of the more human-like robots (including Freya the protagonist) in Saturn's Children by Charles Stross have hair.

Live-Action TV
  • Ambassador Magma (aka The Space Giants): Magma/Goldar is a "living giant" forged from gold with long gold hair. His normal-sized, human-looking wife and son are also behaired, but it's less unusual on them.
  • Kryten (previously bald) dons a toupée in the last episode of Red Dwarf VI.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation has Data, and his brothers, who are androids designed to be superficially similar to human beings in many ways. Their hair is made to look artificial by heavy application of gel, and keeping Brent Spiner's hairline sharply trimmed.

Video Games
  • Fulgore in Killer Instinct is a robot who has a red/brown, ponytail-like protrusion coming from the back of his head.
  • The Lin Kuei robots in Mortal Kombat had a set of cables on the back of their heads which resembled pony tails.
  • Most reploids from the Mega Man series (although the eponymous character hides his under his helmet most of the time). Mega Man ZX justifies the trope by explicitly saying it was an attempt to "making humans and reploids closer to each other to make better peace":
    • Most famously, Zero's long blonde ponytail from Megaman X.
    • Roll sports golden locks neatly tied up with a ribbon, whereas Plum (from Rockman Battle & Chase) has pink hair.
    • Mega Man Zero has Elpizo (blond), Omega (a pinkish/fuchsia ponytail sprouting out from the top of his helmet), and Kraft (dark spiky hair which appears to also form Go Nagai Sideburns), among others. Seeing as Omega's body is a shell/Power Limiter for Zero's original body, this means that Omega also shares Zero's infamous Rapunzel Hair.
    • Mega Man ZX: Promotheus and Pandora, the former of whom actually utilizes it in battle. This is more easily noticeable when the player sees a glimpse of the siblings in the past (as detailed by Master Albert's Cipher report) until they were permanently fused to a piece Model W and stuck in their Megamerged states. Reploids Girouette, Prairie (heavily implied to be Alouette from Mega Man Zero), Serpent, Grey, Thetis, and Siarnaq also sport human-like hair.
    • Splash Woman (from Mega Man 9) and Fairy Leviathan fall into the "Mechanical Facsimile" category: their helmets frame their faces in a manner that resembles hair (specifically, a Bob Haircut, with a few extra bangs in front in Leviathan's case).
  • Emeralda in Xenogears. Of course, since she's entirely made of nanomachines, it sort of makes sense that she can make them into hair if she wants to. She also uses it as a weapon in some of her attacks.
  • In BlazBlue Nirvana has a crest on "her" head in the shape of her hair when she was still Ada Clover. Occasional joke character Mecha Tao has a metal version of Taokaka's hair. The Prime Field Devices including Noel Vermilion all have normal looking blonde hair (although it's not stated if they're Ridiculously Human Robots or Artificial Humans).
  • In Cave Story, both the protagonist and Curly Brace respectively have black and blonde hair, making them stand out from other, less humanoid robots.
  • Candy Diamond, Kula's "sister" from The King of Fighters 2000, slides from one type into the other. In her intro with Kula, she's shown to have regular hair, but then sheds her disguise to reveal her true robotic form, which has metallic hair.
  • In Mass Effect 3, EDI's robot body sports a bob made out of steel. When it was masquerading as Dr. Eva Core, is was most likely made out of synthetic fibers that were burned away in the explosion. Notably, while it looks solid, it can be switched to a mass of hair-like fibres, making it both variations of the trope at once.
    EDI: ...and when it gets wet, I can't do anything with it!
  • In the Fallout 3, there is a side-quest to retrieve the Declaration of Independence. In it, you will eventually encounter a Protectron that due to a malfunction believes himself to be the real Button Gwinnett and wears a powdered wig.

Webcomic
  • Homestuck
    • Jade Harley, Dirk Strider, and Andrew Hussie all have robots of themselves complete with matching hair that appear to be carved/shaped out of the same metal used for the body.
    • Aradia Megido's soulbot has synthetic hair that is the same long, curly hairstyle that she had when she was alive.
    • The herd of robotic Maplehoofs have the same mane as their living counterpart.

Webvideo
  • Kara has a Ridiculously Human Robot who is designed to appear human in just about every way, including a head of short brown hair (which is seen being installed on her significantly more obviously mechanical-at first-body).

Western Animation
Community Feedback Replies: 88
  • March 7, 2011
    randomsurfer
    Ambassador Magma (aka The Space Giants): Magma/Goldar is a giant robot living giant forged from gold with long gold hair. His normal-sized, human-looking wife and son are also behaired, but it's less unusual on them.
  • March 7, 2011
    JCCyC
  • March 8, 2011
    peccantis
    • Skydolls in Sky Doll have a bald head (mildly NSWF), and their wigs are helmet-like, very synthetic, sometimes resembling normal hair and sometimes not at all [1].
  • March 8, 2011
    Arutema
    • Most reploids from the Megaman X series. most famously, Zero's long blonde ponytail.
  • March 8, 2011
    sainatsukino
    The Nadleeh Gundam in Gundam00
  • March 8, 2011
    Taeraresh
    Emeralda in Xenogears. Of course, since she's entirely made of nanomachines, it sort of makes sense that she can make them into hair if she wants to. She also uses it as a weapon in some of her attacks.
  • March 9, 2011
    Bisected8
    In BlazBlue Nirvana has a crest on "her" head in the shape of her hair when she was still Ada Clover. Occasional joke character Mecha Tao has a metal version of Taokaka's hair. The Prime Field Devices including Noel Vermilion all have normal looking blonde hair (although it's not stated if they're Ridiculously Human Robots or Artificial Humans).
  • March 9, 2011
    LarryD
    Chachamaru of Mahou Sensei Negima has hair which is pastel green. It's a synthetic material which functions as her heat sink, but only the color visually distinguishes it from normal hair.
  • March 10, 2011
    NESBoy
    Thank you all for your contributions so far. However, I feel the actual trope description needs work. The opening paragraph is strong enough to me, but the rest of the article does need some meat on its bones. Maybe then I could actually launch this.
  • March 10, 2011
    ParadiscaCorbasi
    • Arcee the Transformer.
    • Platinum from Metal Men.

    It's a sister trope to Tertiary Sexual Characteristics. Bots that are supposed to be female tend to have robot hair.
  • May 21, 2011
    peccantis
    Bump! Launch it already!
  • May 21, 2011
    Rolf
    I'd sort it into media first before launching though.
  • May 21, 2011
    GinaInTheKingsRoad
    • Sung "Girl One" Li of Top Ten. She can control its color and project patterns on her hair (and on her body).
  • May 21, 2011
    thegrenekni3t
    Also compare Non Mammalian Hair.
  • May 24, 2011
    randomsurfer
    • In the Family Guy Star Wars parodies Cleveland "plays" R2D2 by having an afro on the robot.
    • Spaceballs: Dot Matrix (the C3PO equivalent) has hard hair.
  • October 19, 2011
    NESBoy
    I've brought the examples up to date. I still think the description needs some work, don't you think?
  • October 19, 2011
    Diask
    • In Cave Story, both the protagonist and Curly Brace have respectively black and blonde hair, making them stand out from other less humanoid robots.
  • October 19, 2011
    Damr1990
    The Genesic GaoGaiGar has a big red hair of the Synthetic Variety, Galeon Himself, would usually fit on the Facsmile, as his normal form is the one of a Lion
  • October 19, 2011
    nitrokitty
    If we're counting mecha as well as robots:

  • October 20, 2011
    MiinU

    Anime

  • October 20, 2011
    ZombieAladdin
    Drossel from Fireball has absolutely gigantic pigtails. They can transform into a rocket engine to enable her to fly.
  • October 20, 2011
    MorganWick
    So I'm guessing no one is interested in helping the OP with the description?
  • October 20, 2011
    TechUnadept
    Andrew from Bicentennial Man, after upgrading himself to a Ridiculously Human Robot.
  • October 20, 2011
    X2X
    ^^ I would, but I can't think of anything to add. I only have examples. :

    Video Games

    Some more Mega Man examples:
  • October 21, 2011
    Bisected8
    • Most of the androids, gynoids and full body cyborgs in Ghost In The Shell. Indeed The Major is probably one of the few robots or cyborgs who don't have completly realistic hair (since her's is blue/purple). With the exception of Bateau and a couple of Section 4/Rangers members near the end of 2nd Gig (who are bald).

    Just Launch It Already, BTW.
  • October 21, 2011
    randomsurfer
    I think there should be a note that hyper-humanoid robots (is there a trope for that? - like VICI from Small Wonder) shouldn't count. Of course they have hair, because they're supposed to be able to pass as human.
  • October 22, 2011
    NoirGrimoir
    Compare Weird Beard
  • October 22, 2011
    LobsterMagnus
  • October 22, 2011
    Bisected8
    I think the OP's fine as it is, although there are a few malapropisms so it could do with a rewording;

    Robots are curious beings. They may vary in physiology, behavior, design, intelligence... even gender. Indeed, they come in many forms. But a particularly curious thing about them, humanoid ones in particular, is that no matter where they come from and no matter how they appear they may have a particular trait you would expect in organic lifeforms (who have issues with homeostasis and such weaknesses), more specifically mammals. By which we mean; hair.

    Robot Hair can fall into two categories:

    • "Synthetic" Hair -- This is basically robots with human-like hair (but don't be surprised if it doesn't follow the same "rules"). This is usually found in robots that are supposed to resemble humans.
    • "Mechanical Facsimile" Hair -- This is where robots have something that fills the same sort of visual niche as hair (i.e. serving as some sort of pattern at the top of their head). It could be pipes, wires and cables, or part of the head's shape.

    A common feature of any Fembot or Robot Girl, although masculine robots are not exempt. A Robot Me is practically guaranteed to replicate an iconic hairstyle. Sister trope to Tertiary Sexual Characteristics. Compare Alien Hair and Non Mammalian Hair.
  • October 22, 2011
    MetaFour
    Webcomic
    • In Homestuck, Aradia's robot body has the same long, curly hairstyle that she had when she was alive.
  • October 22, 2011
    DRCEQ
    • The Operator androids in Ghost In The Shell Stand Alone Complex and Real Drive all have synthetic hair to help them closer resemble humans. People who opt to switch over to prosthetic bodies also have bio-synthetic hair, even though they're now cyborgs instead of being complete robots.

    Two works for the price of one entry, seeing as they both take place in the same timeline and universe.
  • October 22, 2011
    ImaginationInterpreture
    Would Zeta Project count? It's a hologram, so not existant, but is the false appearance of hair.
  • October 26, 2011
    EdnaWalker
    Bump?
  • October 26, 2011
    NateTheGreat
    I'd split "machinery that takes the place of hair" from "the head is shaped as though it was hair".
  • October 26, 2011
    Darthcaliber
    I don't recall Arcee ever having hair her head looks more like she's wearing a helmet.

  • October 30, 2011
    randomsurfer
    The Golem in The Golem.
  • October 30, 2011
    Premonition45
  • December 10, 2011
    Oreochan
    Bump
  • December 10, 2011
    OftenPartisan
    Video game example: Alisa from Tekken.
  • February 25, 2012
    Oreochan
    Bump.
  • February 25, 2012
    TomWalpertac2
    One of the androids on Dragon Ball Z. #16 or #17?
  • February 25, 2012
    animeg3282
    In Karakuri Odette the titular Odette is a young female appearing android who wants to know more about humanity. She has long flowing hair which helps her blend in.
  • February 25, 2012
    chicagomel
    • Shows up in Jetsons The Movie and possibly in the original The Jetsons but I'm not 100 percent. In the movie, it's the 'mom' of Elroy's robot friend Teddy 2.
  • February 27, 2012
    littlemissmuffet
    Coldfire from Gargoyles. Coldstone doesn't quite count as he's properly a cyborg.
  • August 18, 2012
    MarqFJA
  • August 18, 2012
    kjnoren
    Literature:

    • Justified with the PICAs in David Weber's Safehold novels. They are built to be a perfect replica of a specific human being. The hair is usually "grown" from ingested organic materials (ie food that the PICA "eats").
    • Some more human-like robots (including Freya the protagonist) in Saturn's Children by Charles Stross has hair.
  • August 18, 2012
    NateTheGreat
    You need a third category for robots like Jocasta who just have heads that are shaped like hair. No individual strands, but still visible bangs and locks.
  • August 21, 2012
    MetalmanJWily
    Even more examples from Mega Man:

    • Mega Man himself had a full head of hair under his helmet.
    • Proto Man as well.
  • August 21, 2012
    BOFH
    Anime And Manga

  • November 7, 2013
    XFllo
  • November 17, 2013
    Penzy
    Webcomics
    • Homestuck
      • Jade Harley, Dirk Strider, and Andrew Hussie all have robots of themselves complete with matching hair that appear to be carved/shaped out of the same metal used for the body.
      • Aradia Megido's soulbot has synthetic hair that is identical to her old hairstyle, while the herd of robotic Maplehoofs have the same mane as their living counterpart.

    Video Games
    • In Mass Effect 3, EDI's robot body sports a bob made out of steel. When it was masquerading as Dr. Eva Core, is was most likely made out of synthetic fibers that were burned away in the explosion.
  • November 17, 2013
    DAN004
    Launch plz.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    Hmm, what happened to this? I thought it was ready to launch.
  • February 13, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    Not with Zero Context Example and an outdated description.

    doesn't really draw the line of what counts and what doesn't.

    nope, this one doesn't live up to todays standards. removing one hat.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    Well, since the sponsor hasn't touched this in a long time, I'll take over.

    EDIT: I've given the description and examples a quick buff. If anyone can elaborate on the Zero Context Examples (I've marked them with a [ZCE]), that would be helpful.
  • February 13, 2014
    DAN004
    Cyborg examples wouldn't count.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    Could you elaborate on why (for the sake of the description)?
  • February 13, 2014
    DAN004
    ^ well cuz they tend to have natural hair from the start...
  • February 13, 2014
    Paradisesnake
    ^ What about cases, where cyborgs have synthetic hair?
  • February 13, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    I'd say the same for Ridiculously Human Robot and Robot Girl (but not Fembot). they look too human hair-like to be readily apparent as "robot hair". a Fembot or any normal looking robot who happen to have "real" hair or is wearing "human hair-like" wig would count though.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    I think it would be worth listing cyborgs with unnatural looking synthetic hair/hair facsimiles (since it ties in with the idea of a cyborg looking synthetic).
  • February 13, 2014
    DennisDunjinman
    What about Robot Antennae?
  • February 13, 2014
    meerkatspy55
    In ''Manga/{{Nichijou'}},Nano has this. Considering two other tropes about her, it's not implausible.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    ^^ That would be a sister trope, methinks.

    ^ She doesn't appear to be an example, as far as I can tell (since she looks like any other member of the cast and her hair doesn't imply otherwise).
  • February 13, 2014
    Himbeergeist
    • In the Video Game/Fallout3 side-quest to retrieve the Declaration of Independence you will eventually encounter a Protectron that due to a malfunction believes himself to be the real Button Gwinnett and wears a powdered wig.
  • February 13, 2014
    crazysamaritan
    DRAFT Either way, (as with Alien Hair and Non-Mammalian Hair), the main purpose of this trope is to make a robot either seem more human (In-Universe or not), or emphasise a human-like robot's mechanical nature by making the "hair" look stiff and unnatural.
    I think that you don't need to split the directions of the trope. That's what this description seems to do. I was going to suggest splitting "makes them look human" away from "makes them look robotic", but I think both are intended, for separate audiences. Suggestion: The main purpose of this trope seems to be humanizing the non-human form (like in Alien Hair and Non Mammalian Hair) for characters In Universe, while emphasizing the robot's mechanical nature to the audience. It isn't unheard-of for characters to add Lampshade Hanging in the form of asking why robots need to have hair.

    • Star Trek The Next Generation has Data, and his brothers, who are androids designed to be superficially similar to human beings in many ways. Their hair is made to look artificial by heavy application of gel, and keeping Brent Spiner's hairline sharply trimmed.
  • February 13, 2014
    Bisected8
    I think either one of them's just a slightly different expression of the same trope (I've edited that part to make it clearer); the aim's to show the audience a human-like robot via hair, either by giving an obviously mechanical being a humanlike trait or by making a human-like being look more "artificial".
  • February 13, 2014
    DAN004
    It's actually justified for reploids to have hair in Mega Man Zx: it's part of the deal with "making humans and reploids closer to each other to make better peace".
  • February 13, 2014
    crazysamaritan
    ^^ after reading more carefully, I thought the same way. That's why I made the suggestion I did. The draft still, superficially, looks like it's going in two different directions.
  • February 13, 2014
    Tallens
    Little note on the entry about EDI in ME 3, I recall her talking about her "hair" explaining that while it looked solid, it could be changed to a series of strands to mimic actual hair...
    EDI: ...and when it gets wet, I can't do anything with it!

    Webvideo
  • February 13, 2014
    DennisDunjinman
    Does this trope amount to "Robots who wear wigs", and/or "Robots with odd head protrusions that resemble hair to avoid having plain, unadorned heads"?
  • February 14, 2014
    DAN004
    ^ Both.
  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    ^^ Basically, any robot with something on its head resembling a human's hair.
  • February 14, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    Robot Girl are girls who happen to be robots. like nearly mechanical cyborgs, they are Ridiculously Human Robot.
  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    ^ ...yes?
  • February 14, 2014
    Tallens
  • February 14, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^^ ah damn. thought it was clear at that time. but i'm saying only Fembot should be in the last paragraph.

    we don't need to list RHR Robot Girl examples.
  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    As I noted in the paragraph above that, it's still worth listing RHR examples which have noticeably synthetic hair (since it helps mark them out as a robot).

    And that has nothing to do with whether they sport it.
  • February 14, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    I see, then what of examples like these from the description? (these are all ZCE by virtue of irrelevant context)

    • The douji in Karakuridouji Ultimo, most of which also have some pretty impressive Anime Hair. doesn't indicate syntheticity or why they have hair and doesn't say the kind of robot
    • Full Metal Panic: Gauron's Armslave has a long blond topknot. doesn't indicate the kind of robot
    • Big O R. Dorothy Wayneright a redheaded robot girl and resident Deadpan Snarker. doesn't indicate syntheticity or why they have hair and has irrelevant context
    • Some of the more human-like robots (including Freya the protagonist) in Saturn's Children by Charles Stross have hair. doesn't indicate syntheticity or why they have hair

  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    1. I must have missed that when I was tagging the ZCE

    2. Likewise. Although a bit of research indicates it's supposed to look like a samurai.

    3. Based on that picture, her hair is clearly angular and non-human looking.

    4. It does; it specifies that the "more human-like" robots have hair.
  • February 14, 2014
    crazysamaritan
    Regarding The Big O, Dorothy's hair is not notably more artificial than other characters within that animated universe. The hair doesn't indicate synthetic creation. (Her pale skin, on the other hand, is noted to stand out slightly)
  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    Ah, in that case the example can go.
  • February 14, 2014
    Bisected8
    OK, I think I've either expanded all the ZCE and deleted or commented out the questionable ones...have I missed any?
  • February 14, 2014
    ShanghaiSlave
    Bisected8

    @3, Weblinks Are Not Examples. also, my internet was crawling at the speed of molasses at that time so didn't even bother with the image in the first place.

    @4, so I assumed "more human-like" is supposed to be read as Ridiculously Human Robot, which is why it must indicate why they have hair or if it's actually synthetic.

    as for other ZCE, don't think there are any more.
  • February 14, 2014
    randomsurfer
    Making a minor correction to Jocasta; although that picture might be from the "2000s version of The Avengers" she/it has had "hair" like that since first appearing in 1977.
  • February 15, 2014
    Bisected8
    OK then, I guess that's the examples cleaned up.

    What about the name and description (this would probably benefit from a page image, but that can be left to IP after its launched)?
  • February 16, 2014
    DAN004
  • February 16, 2014
    Bisected8
    Fine then; I'll launch this in 2 hours (roughly 16:00 GMT), unless someone thinks there's anything else to address.

Three days must pass before this YKTTW is Launchworthy or Discardable

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