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16 Incredible Drag Queen Interpretations Of Your Favorite ’80s & ’90s Heroines And Villains

by Tim Winfred February 11, 2016

Queen magazine has exclusively provided Dragaholic and Queerty with 16 incredible photos, captured for their first and second issues by photographer Magnus Hastings. Issues one and two, the heroine and villain issues respectively, are guaranteed to make anybody who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s feel nostalgic.

Which heroin or villain did you love most as a child? Leave a comment below and let us know!

Related: PHOTOS: Your Favorite Super Heroes As Gay Fantasy Pin-Up Hunks



In a fierce galaxy far, far away Pusse Couture always has the force with her as Princess Leia.

Princess Leia Pusse Couture Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

On Wednesdays she wears pink. Misty Violet is ready to ride as the Pink Mighty Morphin’ Power Ranger.

Pink Ranger Misty Violet Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Laganja Estranja as The Fifth Element’s Leeloo is truly a supreme being! Props to ya, intergalactic momma!

Lee Loo Laganja Estranja Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

You better keep your distance from Sasha Colby who slays as Lara Croft.

Lara Croft Sasha Colby Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Tito Soto is #GoneWithTheWindFabulous as Super Mario’s Princess Peach.

Princess Peach Tito Soto Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Jakarta will be ready for you if you come for her, serving kick ass Chun-Li Street Fighter fish!

Chun Li Jakarta Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Mariah Balenciaga makes it rain as X-Men’s Storm, mistress of the elements.

Storm Mariah Balenciaga Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Sultry Texas drag kitten Farrah Moan makes for the purrrfect Catwoman.

Catwoman Farrah Moan Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Related: First Queer Superhero Lead? Ryan Reynolds Opens Up About “Deadpool’s” Fluid Sexuality



It’s off with your head if you’re not walking children in nature with Tammie Brown as the Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland.

The Red Queen Tammie Brown Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Don’t worry, you’re in good hands with Dakota D’vil as Kill Bill’s Elle Driver. OOOOH NURSE!

Elle Driver Dakota D'vil Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Diana Dzhaketov has a view to a kill as Grace Jones’ May Day character from the James Bond adventure.

May Day Diana Dzhaketov Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Sissy Spastic believes you can be whomever you want to be as X-Men’s Mystique.

Mystique Sissy Spastic Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

You’ll be green with envy when you see Misty Violet as the villainous Poison Ivy!

Poison Ivy Misty Violet Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Valentine Anger looks absolutely maniacal as DC Comics’ Harley Quinn.

Harley Quinn Valentine Anger Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Allusia definitely knows where to find the boys AND the booze but don’t you dare hang her gowns on a wire hanger when she’s feeling her Joan Crawford Mommie Dearest fantasy.

Allusia Joan Crawford Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

With her commitment to comedy, character, art, makeup and love of black/blonde wigs there was no one better suited to portray Cruella De Vil than the outrageous Manila Luzon.

Cruella D'Vil Manila Luzon Drag Queen Magazine Magnus Hastings

Love drag queens? Check out Queen Magazine for more amazing photos!

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