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Best Doctor Poison Halloween Costume Guide
Doctor Poison is the recurring villain that appears in the DC Comics publications of Wonder Woman. In the 2017 movie, Wonder Woman, Doctor Poison takes on the identity of Isabel Maru a Spanish chemist recruited to make chemical weapons for the German army. One of the key parts to her look is a ceramic mask that she typically wears. She wears this because of a disfigurement Isabel tries to hide whenever possible. Dr. Maru, played by Elena Anaya, is one of the strongest villains ever created by DC comics. Get the look of the Wonder Woman arch-enemy with this Doctor Poison costume guide.
Cosplay Doctor Poison with a white lab coat and open face hooded mask in order to get the look started. You’ll then need a long brown apron, steampunk goggles, brown boots, a white mask and, gloss almond spray to touch up the mask for just the right look.
Doctor Poison Cosplay Costumes
Because Doctor Poison is not as famously known as other villains appearing in the DC Comics universe, but she is one of the most powerful. Her purpose in life is to kill as many people as possible. You may be finding it a bit difficult coming up with an idea for a group cosplay that incorporates her, but keep in mind that she is the reoccurring villain in the Wonder Woman franchise. Find someone willing to recreate Wonder Woman’s look so the two of you can go head-to-head.
Isabel Maru, better known as Dr. Poison, always has the look of just having stepped out of a chemist’s lab. You can get the same look with a few key items found in the costume guide like a lab coat, apron, mask, and goggles. Whatever pieces you come up with for your costume, we’d love to see how creative you can get with it! Send a few photos of your creation so we can feature them on Costume Wall. If Doctor Poison isn’t for you, check out the best villain costume guides for more inspiration.
About Doctor Poison
Doctor Poison, portrayed by Elena Anaya, is the villain appearing in the 2017 DC Comics film, Wonder Woman. Isabel Maru, the Spanish chemist that she identifies as is recruited by General Erich Ludendorff to help create deadly chemical weapons. The DC Comics comic books show that she appears during World War II, but the 2017 movie takes place during World War I.
Diana becomes alerted to the war and Isabel’s plan after Steve Trevor steals one of her medical books. Isabel’s book detailed how her new chemical weapons would render any gas mask useless. Wonder Woman has a choice to kill Doctor Poison due to involvement in the war, but what does she choose to do? Well, you’ll have to watch Wonder Woman in order to find out what happens to Doctor Poison.