Charlie Kelly is one of the main characters of the comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Charlie is the illiterate co-owner at Paddy’s and a childhood friend of Mac and Dennis. He is also Frank’s roommate and possibly his biological son. He’s considered to be the most beloved character in the series. He’s had numerous costumes, so this guide will deal with his bedtime/lounge look which is prevalent in many episodes. Silver food spray optional for “The Nightman” Charlie. Fake poop also optional for “Who Pooped the Bed” Charlie.
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.
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.
Tucker is one of the main characters of the Australian cult classic TV series Danger 5. He is the straight edge and by the books member of the team, but also the most weak. For bigger comedic effect, try printing out your own “Sensible Chuckle” magazine cover and paste it over an existing one.
In Taboo, James Delaney (Tom Hardy) is a former corporal of the East India Company who returns from Africa to London to inherit his late father’s shipping empire. But he quickly learns that he’s also inherited his father’s legacy, which is shrouded with conspiracy, murder, and betrayal.
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.