Comics

Caliban from Logan

Caliban (Stephen Merchant) is a mutant from the X-Men film series and in Logan is an ally to Wolverine. He helps foster Charles Xavier, but in the past, his power of tracking Mutants was used to eliminate most of them. He cannot be exposed to sunlight or else he burns horrifically.

Scrooge McDuck

In DuckTales, Scrooge McDuck is the richest duck in the world, with a pile of gold coins so vast that he’s able to swim in it. When Donald Duck is shipped off to the navy, nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie are left in their Uncle Scrooge’s care. Skip the pants for the authentic look, as Scrooge, like Donald Duck, went pantsless.

Constantine

Constantine

In the 2005 film Constantine, John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) is a weary and cynical chain-smoker who, as in the TV series, is able to sense and communicate with half-demons and half-angels on Earth. He exorcises demons back to hell to earn favor with heaven and avoid eternal damnation for a suicide attempt in his youth.

Logan

Taking inspiration from the Old Man Logan comic series, the film Logan has Hugh Jackman portraying a graying and gritty Wolverine, capping a 17-year run with his final appearance in the role. Logan is scraping a living as a limo driving, hustling medications south of the border for Professor X when a young mutant pleads for his help.

Diavolo

Diavolo is the main antagonist of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 5: Vento Aureo. He is a cocaine addicted mafia kingpin with schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder. His paranoia makes him hide from everyone, even his gang. This makes him an enigmatic and horrifying figure. With his Stand King Crimson, he can delete nine seconds from happening, effecting making him impossible to kill, so it seems. Be sure to cut the shirt and pants accordingly and add his green spots to the wig. For his coattails, I’d recommend making them out of the fishnet from some stockings.

Archie Andrews

In Archie Comics, Archibald “Archie” Andrews is a typical small-town teen who attends Riverdale High School. He has a dog named Spotty, a best friend named Jughead Jones, and crushes in Veronica Lodge and Betty Cooper, tangling him in a love triangle.

David Haller from Legion

In Legion, David Haller (Dan Stevens) is the mutant son of Professor X, who possesses telepathic and telekinetic abilities like his father. He’s diagnosed with schizophrenia at a young age and winds up at a psychiatric hospital.

Kaworu Nagisa

Kaworu Nagisa is the 5th Child and seventeenth Angel from the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion and its films The End of Evangelion and Rebuild. He is introduced as a potential love interest Shinji Ikari, but plots to break into NERV and unite with Adam. Despite only appearing two episodes before end of the series, he’s become one of the most iconic and beloved characters in all of anime.

Shinji Ikari

Shinji Ikari is the protagonist of the classic anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. He is the fourteen year old who becomes the pilot for EVA Unit 0-1 after a cataclysmic event wiped out half of humanity. Suffering from numerous mental issues and abuse, Shinji struggles to become the heor expected of him. Shinji mug and Pen^2 plush optional.

Freddie From Cromartie High School

Freddie is a fan favorite from the cult classic anime, manga, and live-action movie Cromartie High School. He is the manliest student in all of Cromartie, but since he’s mute no one knows anything about him. Kamiyama names him “Freddie” due to his resemblance to Freddie Mercury.