Klaus Baudelaire (Louis Hynes) is one-third of the Baudelaire Orphans, the protagonists of the book series and its movie and TV show adaptations Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. When the Baudelaire parents are murdered in a mysterious fire, they are put under the care of the sinister Count Olaf, who is after their vast fortune. This causes a series of unfortunate events that leads the orphans on a neverending escape from Olaf’s clutches.
In Bob’s Burgers, Mr. Phillip Frond (voiced by David Herman) is the guidance counselor at Wagstaff Elementary School. He is a tall drink of annoying who uses a vast arsenal of therapy tools like crisis crayons and therapy puppets.
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.
Kintaro Oe is the protagonist of the anime/manga series Golden Boy. He is a college dropout who mastered the curriculum of Tokyo University Department of Law and looks for oddjobs in Japan to “study”. Along the way he encounters numerous women whom lust for him, but he chooses to pursue study rather than selfish physical pleadures. Since he goes through many costumes, we will focus on his episode 1 default appearance.
Asuka is one of the two female leads in the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion, as well as the Rebuild of Evangelion movies (where her last name is changed to Shikinami). Asuka is the Second Child and pilot of Evangelion Unit-02, a teen of mixed heritage who was raised in Germany and is known for her callousness, narcissism and fiery temper. While Asuka may be rough around the edges, it’s actually a facade that she keeps up to hide her insecurities and low self-esteem, a result of an incredibly tragic childhood. As such, Asuka is well-known as one of the codifiers of the “tsundere” archetype, as shown by her interactions with main character Shinji throughout the series.
In Rugrats, Didila “Didi” Kropotkin-Pickles is the loving mother of Tommy and Dil. She is a teacher of home economics and a practitioner of child psychologist Dr. Lipschitz’s advice. Behind her large round glasses hide beady black eyes.
In Westworld, Dolores Abernathy (Rachel Evan Wood) is a humble farm girl who gets wrapped up in a grandiose adventure. As she enters the rough and tumble outpost Pariah, she trades in her 1800s-era blue dress for pants, and arms herself with a revolver.