September 29, by Jack Einhorn. Today's Cosplay of the Day is a bit of a controversial choice, but we decided to include her anyway, despite her ability to cause schisms within the gaming community. Han Solo from Solo: Playing cat and mouse with the cops, making them bow and scrape before her when they thought that they had "caught" her, only to be confronted with Damnd, Andore and the rest of the Gang. Maeve Millay August 30, by Tom. Princess Mononoke May 1, by Diomira Keane. Created by Akira Yasuda for Capcom , Poison first appeared in the original Final Fight alongside a similar character, Roxy , later appearing in Capcom-produced games, media and merchandise related to the Street Fighter franchise.
Poison grew up in a Los Angeles orphanage. All Professional Homemade. Sign in to remove this from recommended. Finish Him! Patterson described her as being a significant character to the trans community, and a perfect example of how it is "so awkward when it comes to knowing how to deal with characters who aren't white, male, and heterosexual" in video games.
Namespaces Article Talk. As for the Street Fighter series, starting from Street Fighter X Tekken , Poison has a unique moveset of her own that mixes agile Pro Wrestling techniques and her own streetfighting abilities. Created by Akira Yasuda for Capcom , Poison first appeared in the original Final Fight alongside a similar character, Roxy , later appearing in Capcom-produced games, media and merchandise related to the Street Fighter franchise. And she did NOT want to spend any amount of time behind bars. Retrieved 4 May
October 5, by Amy. The Ties That Bind. But, it was so much FUN! Characters designed by Akira Yasuda Fictional criminals in video games Female characters in video games Fictional American people in video games Fictional characters from Los Angeles Fictional flexible weapons practitioners Fictional gang members Fictional transgender and transsexual characters Final Fight characters LGBT characters in video games Street Fighter characters Video game characters introduced in Giveaway for Star vs. Maeve Millay August 30, by Tom. Nishitani stated that he supposed the character "could be male", but added it was up to the viewer to decide.