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Patron Saints of Female Characters

When we retumbld St. Scully, Our Lady of Skepticism, the other day, we didn’t know she was part of a set! HeyMonster has all four of his Strong Female Character set up for purchase on his Society6 page, promises more to come, and also wants to know who you’d like to see as a patron saint!

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  • Jennifer

    These are awesome, but they forgot Scully’s cross necklace.

  • Anonymous

    Ellen Ripley patron Saint of WhoopAss

  • Emma Jones

    More! :)

  • Emma Jones

    It doesn’t really scream skepticism, though, does it?

  • Anonymous

    My hero.

  • Jennifer

    Maybe doesn’t scream it, but her cross necklace is symbolic of her complicated relationship with both faith and skepticism.

  • Anonymous

    I’d like to see her as “Our Lady of Motherhood” because that’s the kind of characterization of motherhood I can get behind. Messy, biological, terrifying, heroic, badass, and something we’re grateful for but wouldn’t presume to expect from everyone.

  • Laana Baldeosingh

    Michonne, our lady of badassery.

  • Andrew Cole

    Buffy, of course!

  • Sabrina

    Zoë Washburne

  • Mark Brown

    Sam Carter. Our Lady of Science.

  • Anonymous

    Scully doesn’t really scream skepticism either, so much as belligerent myopia (at least in the early seasons.)

  • Elias Algorithm

    All of this.

  • Octochan

    Daria, Patron Saint of Cynicism

  • angie

    this is great. not sure if i’m on board with some of the labels though. maybe i’ll just draw a picture of liz lemon in her fart slanket and hang that on my wall.

  • Magic Xylophone

    Love the art style, but those marks in the middle of their noses look odd.

  • SteveAsat

    Starbuck over Laura Roslin? Seriously? Like Ripley in Alien, Kara Thrace was originally a male character, if you recall. And in the end…well, she wasn’t exactly a paragon of self-determination, was she? What, were you afraid of having two bespectacled brunettes in the canon?