Posts by Real Human Bean

Dr. Decker

Dr. Decker is the slasher villain of the cult classic fantasy/horror film Nightbreed (played by legendary horror director David Cronenberg) and the novel Cabal by Clive Barker of Hellraiser and Candyman fame. He is a serial killer psychologist who convinces his patients that they are serial killers before reporting them to the police and having them killed.

Special Agent Dale Cooper

Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) is the protagonist of the cult classic TV series Twin Peaks. He is an optimistic if not slightly off FBI agent who is sent to the mysterious town of Twin Peaks, where he gets more than what he bargained for. A lover of mystery, black coffee, and cherry pie, Cooper’s unflinching charm has made him one of the most beloved protagonists in television history. Cooper has a wide variety of ties. For convenience, we’ll stick to his Fire Walk With Me appearance with a solid black tie.

Daisuke Jigen

Jigen Daisuke is the partner and close friend of master thief Lupin III from the Lupin III anime/manga/movie series. An expert marksman, he is said to never miss a shot. Traveling across the globe, Jigen has garnered fame as a gunman with a wildly capable speed and accuracy. Crown optional for Castle of Cagliostro fans.

Twisty the Clown

Twisty is a disgraced clown played by John Carroll Lynch in American Horror Story: Freak Show who uses increasingly twisted methods to regain his position as an entertainer of children. He wears a makeshift prosthetic mask nearly as terrifying as the disfigured face beneath.

Ben Tramer

Ben Tramer is a minor character mentioned in Halloween I and featured in one of the most memorable scenes of Halloween II. He is a young man who gets mistaken for Michael Myers
and as a result gets chased by police and ultimately killed when a police car rams him, causing an explosion.

Norman Bates

Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is the villain of the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho and the novel it’s based on as well as the TV series Bates Motel. Commonly cited as the first “modern slasher” character, Bates is still to this day one of the most insane and mentally complex villains in all of horror. Bates himself is harmless, but due to his split personality he “becomes” his psychotic dead mother (whom he had an incestuous relationship with) who murders any female she believes is getting close to Norman.

Inspector Zenigata

Inspector Zenigata is the rival of Arsène Lupin III from the long running anime/manga/movie series Lupin III. He is an Interpol agent who is charged with arresting Lupin and his crew, but they are always outsmarting him.

Leslie Vernon

Leslie Vernon is the focus and antagonist of the cult classic mockumentary comedy-horror Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. He is a wannabe serial killer inspired by the likes of Jason, Michael, and Freddy (who in this world really exist). What he lacks in physical power he makes up for in his cunning planning and setting up of traps for his would-be victims. Don’t forget to wear and tear his clothes. Leslie Vernon walks barefoot, so it’s recommended that you wear sandals when not posing for pictures. Black face paint for the black circles around his eyes.

Arataka Reigen

Arataka Reigen is Mob Kageyama’s mentor and boss from the anime/manga Mob Psycho 100 created by One Punch Man creator ONE. He is the self-proclaimed “Greatest Psychic of the 21st Century” as well as owner and operator of the Spirits and Such Consultation Office. Though not a real Psychic, he is a master at conning others and faking a business. Despite his dishonesty, Reigen is a kind hearted and well meaning mentor to Mob, and he gives Mob guidelines to live life as a normal kid despite having immense power. He is hardly ever seen without his trusty Mob by his side, so it’s wise to make this a partner cosplay.

The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man is the name given to the protagonists of H.G. Wells’s sci-fi novel of the same name and the classic Universal Studios horror movie franchise that spawned from it. Besides that, similar characters have appeared in numerous other media, such as the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen comics and a stage play. Since there have been many people to take up the mantle, designs vary. Feel free to mix and match different articles of clothing. Personally, I like to use Solar Shields when I dress as him as opposed to Victorian sunglasses, because they look like goggles worn in more contemporary depictions, have side lenses like the 19th century sunglasses worn in the classic films, and are large enough to cover my eyeglasses.