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.
- Gauze Bandage Rolls $10
- Black LensCovers Solar Shields $16
- Retro Style Steampunk Sunglasses $12
- Greg Norman Men's Two Button Herringbone Brown Sport Coat $50
- White Button Up Shirt $16
- Black Tie $9
- Smoking Jacket with Belt $42
- Brown Fedora $24
- Blue Scarf $10
- White Gloves $7
- Black Dress Pants $24
- Black Dress Shoes $35
October 26, 2016 by Real Human Bean
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.
October 20, 2013 by Jaime
Enid Coleslaw is a cynical teenager with a creative side that shows in her attire. Pairing clashing patterns and vintage eyeglasses, Enid’s style requires you to have an “I don’t care” attitude because you’re probably going to raise some eyebrows. In fact, you may want to work on your witty comebacks.October 21, 2013 by Tom
In V for Vendetta, an activist going by the name V starts a violent campaign to bring down a totalitarian government and free the people to rule for themselves. The mask he wears of the real-life Guy Fawkes has been adopted, in turn, by the real-life Anonymous and the Occupy movements.
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