This page is for a concept/character/etc. that didn't become, isn't considered, or hasn't been confirmed canon in the Miraculous Ladybug Quantic Universe continuity.
Melodie was a character from the old, unused concept of Ladybug and Cat Noir being in a team of superheroes called the Quantic Kids. She existed in concept art that included Mercury and Sparrow (who was later replaced with Kid Mime), other members of the team. However, the concept was discarded, and so, Melodie never appeared outside of concept art.
Based on concept art, Melodie had blonde hair that she wore in a single braid except for her bangs. Her eyes were blue.
In her civilian form, she wore a white shirt with a purple vest. She also wore dark purple jeans.
Thomas's original early design for Melodie's outfit was a jumpsuit with a white torso and black lower half. On her torso is a massive black treble clef on a staff. At the base of her jumpsuit was a series of white musical notes, which made an infinity symbol. She had white boots and dark gray gloves. Across her face was a white mask.
Later designs tried different features, like a black bent eight note around one of her eyes on the mask, black dots attached to lines on her chest instead of a treble cleft and over her hands, and a white band covering or beside her braid.
Melodie used a flute as a weapon. In concept art, it appears that she could create a narrow line of fire from an end of the flute, which she could fight with.
Comics and books
|Other Comics & Books|
|Ladybug Artbook:||Appears||Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug:||Unknown|
|Miraculous: Tales of Cat Noir:||Unknown||Tales of Miraculous:||Unknown|
|Super Lady Luck:||Pictured||Miraculous Mission Ladybug:||Absent|
|Throwdown!:||Absent||Ladybug Contra os Vilões:||Absent|
|Miraculous Ladybug & Cat Noir:||Absent||Miraculous Crush:||Absent|
- An image of Melodie still appears in the Super Lady Luck slot game.
- Like Volpina, Rena Rouge and the other Fox Miraculous holders, her weapon is a flute.
- Melodie's civilian design shares many similarities to Chloé Bourgeois' early designs in art, including their hair color, eye color, and apparel.