Film: The Wasp Woman (1959)
Alias: Janice Starlin
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Age is the arch-enemy of all those young stars out there. Once it makes its presence known, there's no fighting it. But that's nothing science can't solve! At least, that's not what careful science can't solve. But since when did the Atomic Age bother with being careful, anyways?
History: Janice Starlin, a founder of a cosmetics company, was slowly watching the end of her time in the spotlight. Sales were dropping with every year she aged, and she couldn't bear any of it. Luckily, she came upon a disgraced scientist named Dr. Eric Zinthrop, who had been decried for experimenting on wasp queen jelly in the search for reversing age. Perfect match-up! The only thing was that Janice was no woman for patience, and she began to take the new formula in excessive quantities, and while this greatly gets the job done, it also happens to turn her into a bloodthirsty wasp-like humanoid every so often.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Janice gets a jar of carbonic acid to the face, blinding her. Then a man with a chair shoves her out a window, causing her to plummet to her death.
Powers/Abilities: Nothing really.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-Easy to kill and looking like a Venonat (a.k.a: A VERY unintimidating Pokemon), a scary monster does not make.
Trivia: -Most of the music in this film was reused in future Roger Corman movies with only the slightest of alterations.
-This film was made on a budget of $50,000. Not even kidding.