Mister Rogers

Mister Rogers was our friendliest neighbor. He taught us something new everyday, but before he got started, he never failed to zip up his cardigan sweater and change into comfortable Keds while singing a song.

Ryu

Ryu is notably one of Street Fighters most popular characters. Premiering in the very first Street Fighter in 1987, he’s been hadoken-ing his way through a series of sequels, crossovers, and even mangas to date. He is arguably one of the most prominent icons in video game history. Just Google ‘Ryu’. Do it. You won’t.

Lara Croft

Lara Croft is just your average run-of-the-mill English archaeologist. Dodging boulders, navigating through ancient ruins, and fighting giant stone statues is just your typical day for this video game icon. She’s been somersaulting through hazardous tombs for over a decade and she’s only getting better.

Courtney Love

When Courtney Love burst onto the music scene in the ’90s her tattered baby doll style received just as much attention as her music and constant tabloid headlines. She became a fashion icon for teenage girls everywhere.

Kurt Cobain

Considered by many to be the “King of Grunge Rock”, Kurt Cobain became the unwillingly leader of a generation. His jaded attitude and “don’t care” appearance was something to which many kids could relate. Though his life was cut short, his music remains influential to this day.

The Angry Video Game Nerd

The Angry Video Game Nerd demonstrates his mastery of potty humor and F-bombs in his popular classic video game reviews. Like any good nerd, AVGN always sports a pocket full of pens and Sharpies while he trashes awful games between sips of Rolling Rock.

Coraline

When Coraline’s family moves to a new house, she feels bored and neglected. She explores the new neighborhood and finds a secret door that leads to a parallel universe where everyone and everything is exactly as Coraline wants it…or so she thinks. She must use her bravery and determination to save herself and return to her family who, as it turns out, isn’t so bad after all.

Robin Sparkles

Canadian popstar, Robin Sparkles, was most well known for her hits “Let’s Go to the Mall” and “Sandcastles in the Sand”. The pressures of stardom got to her though when she had a meltdown on live TV with the debut of Robbin Daggers and “P.S. I Love You”, her ode to long time crush Paul Shaffer.

Carrie Bradshaw

Carrie Bradshaw is many things: a writer, a lover, and a best friend. Most of all, she is a fashionista and a shopping addict. See here, her most iconic outfit worn in the opening credits of “Sex and the City”. It includes a pale pink top, vintage tutu, and a wild mane.

Fix-It Felix Jr.

Fix-It Felix Jr. is one of the main protagonists and the star of the fictional arcade game, “Fix-It Felix Jr.” in Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. When Ralph leaves the game to make himself a hero, Felix goes after him and proves himself to be caring and helpful. He wears a typical repair-man uniform…just add golden hammer!