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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Fanfic
A list of fan fics which have characters with unusually colored hair.
  • Unnatural, non-dyed hair colours in a fandom where the canon doesn't have them is considered a sign of a Mary Sue, though not as common as Technicolor Eyes. See Light and Dark The Adventures of Dark Yagami and the character's "dark black rainbow hair". invoked
  • In the crossover fanfic CSI Death By Chocolate, adult Violet Beauregard, last seen post-blueberried at age 12(ish), has blue hair. And skin.
  • Pagally of Winter War has light purple hair, odd but hardly out of the question considering the source material. Subverting the usual implications of this trope in a fanfic, Pagally is originally presented as a more or less generic low-ranked female Arrancar, and while she plays a role as the plot goes on (and joins the shinigami side because she's more scared of Aizen than she is of them) she's not by any means one of the main protagonists of the fic.
  • Buzz Lightyear in For Good and One Hundred Days has unruly blue hair, hence the perpetual thermal hood. In the former, it's justified because he is a Half-Human Hybrid, though he doesn't know this himself for a long time.
  • In Ace Combat: The Equestrian War, the characters who wear blue manes are: Gale, Firefly, Tornado Swirl, Sunburst, Blueberry and Sky Eye.
  • Game Theory provides an interesting justification for this trope; unusual hair colors are the legacy of Alhazredian gene modification used to denote tribal lineage.
  • Pro wrestler The Blue Meanie in The JWL.
  • Anthropology: When Lyra is turned into a human, her hair is the same color as her mane: mint green.
  • A Growing Affection: Yukihana has cyan (light blue) hair. Ayameko has gradient colored hair (blue on one side changing slowly to purple). The Kouin sisters have blue hair, but one of them changes it to green.
  • Calvin and Hobbes: The Series has Father Brainstorm, who has green hair.
  • Some of the SUEs in Perfection Is Overrated have unnatural hair colors, such as Mariko (blue), Toki (silver) and Sekai (green), and others have unnatural colors for Japan, such as Shizune (blonde), Bachiko (blonde) and Meiko (redhead). In a deleted scene, Midori suggests looking for anyone with unusual hair colors as a possible SUE suspect, but retracts that when she realizes the mix of hair colors among the Mai-HiME cast, as noted in the anime page.
  • In Marks of Time, some residents of Fort Collins have blue or pink hair, because in the future, hair dye is permanent until a "special shampoo" washes off the dye.
  • Return To Hinamizawa runs under the assumption that the unusual colours in the source material are natural, and they follow similar inheritance patterns to real hair colours.
  • While there are plenty of characters who have strange hair colors in Justice Society of Japan (what with being an huge Mega Crossover), Hope is a shape-shifter who ends up adopting a Mystical White Haired disguise.
  • The Nickelodeon Fanon show Y-Guy has the character Hearty, who has pink hair.
  • Nightfall: The Shinobi have hair that usually matches their color scheme, Cristyle has light blue hair to match her blue armor and Hades has pink hair to match his red armor, conversely Syljaʻs hair is blonde to match her green armor.
  • In Mega Man Reawakened, Robert has blue hair, as does his father.
  • Hibiki, the protagonist in Swimming In Terror, has bright orange hair. However, it is dyed.
  • In the Italian remake of Battle Fantasia Project having strange hair colours (including relatively mundane ones like Usagi Tsukino, Minako Aino and Mami Tomoe being blonde Japanese) is a possible sign of having magical powers and the reason most Japanese magical girls don't like the Japanese police (who usually tends to harass them for their apparent anticonformism).

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