Ben Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Ben Hargreeves is a character from the Darkhorse comic series, The Umbrella Academy. In the Netflix adaptation of the same name, he is portrayed by Justin H. Min. Known as Number Six or “The Horror,” Ben was able to unleash monsters from other dimensions to attack his enemies. We only see Ben as a ghost through Klaus’ clairvoyance because he died prior to the events of season one. He acts as the voice of reason for Klaus, coaxing him away from drugs and alcohol. In the second season, Ben plays a much larger role. He learns how to possess others, which saves Vanya from causing another apocalypse. He has a heart to heart moment with her before going towards the light and crossing over for good. When the Hargreeves siblings jump forward in time, they end up back in the academy, and see a portrait of Ben over the mantel. The cliffhanger is Ben being alive in this timeline and not recognizing his siblings in the new Sparrow Academy.

Allison Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy Season 2

Allison Hargreeves is a character from the Darkhorse comic series, The Umbrella Academy. In the Netflix adaptation of the same name, she is portrayed by Emmy Raver-Lampman. Known as Number Three or “The Rumor,” Allison can persuade anyone to do anything simply by saying “I heard a rumor.” In the second season, she ends up in the 1960s and starts working at a hair salon. She gets married to Ray Chestnut, changing her surname from Hargreeves to Chestnut. She has to deal with the racism of the era as well as hiding her powers from her husband. When the Hargreeves siblings reunite, she’s forced to tell him the truth. Her new sense of style fits with the decade, opting for bangs and trading black leather for vibrant colors.

Pikotaro from Pen Pineapple Apple Pen

Pikotaro from Pen Pineapple Apple Pen

Pikotaro is a fictional singer portrayed by comedian Daimaou Kosaka in the bizarre viral music video for “Pen, Pineapple, Apple, Pen.” Though it has spawned numerous parodies and derivatives, some involving Pikotaro himself, the original music video has earned its fair share of accolades. What’s not to love about a man wearing animal print singing about common household items?

Batman from The Batman Who Laughs

Batman from The Batman Who Laughs

People who think they know Batman won’t know what to make of The Batman Who Laughs. Hailing from a dark dimension he is an almost unstoppable supervillain bent on plunging the world into darkness. Whoever he kills or maims along the way is just a bonus as far as he is concerned.

This costume requires some specialty pieces and is a very warm costume to wear. You will need the custom helmet (which the creator assures can be seen through), a goth jacket with high shoulders and straps across the chest, a tight black undershirt, leather pants, leather boots, and a few bat-themed weapons. Bring those pieces together and you too can be the Batman Who Laughs!

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Pierre Bezukhov from Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812

Pierre Bezukhov is one of the protagonists in the electropop opera Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. Based on a part of Leo Tolstoy’s War & Peace, the musical revolves around the affair between Natasha Rostova and Anatole Kuragin. Meanwhile, Pierre is a social outcast with a heavy drinking problem. As described in the song “Pierre,” he is rich and unhappily married to Anatole’s sister, Helene. He suffers from depression, but he wants to get better. Pierre plays a crucial part in resolving the consequences of the affair. After comforting Natasha and gaining her affection, he sees the Great Comet of 1812 streak across the sky, resulting in his spiritual awakening. Singer Josh Groban is known for playing this role on Broadway, though Dave Malloy, the composer and lyricist, originated it.

Haru from Fugou Keiji Balance: Unlimited

Haru Kato works as a Detective for the Metropolitan Police Department as a member of the Modern Crime Prevention Task Force. Haru has strong values, and can have a temper when seeing things that are against his values. He is not afraid to sacrifice himself to solve a case or save civilians. Haru is very passionate about is detective work in Fugou Keiji Balance: Unlimited.

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King George III from Hamilton

King George III is the main antagonist of the musical Hamilton, opposite Alexander Hamilton. Neurotic and menacing, the monarch threatens the revolution. After the war, he teases the colonies, questioning their ability to lead and mocking John Adams as president. He sings “You’ll Be Back,” “What Comes Next,” and “I Know Him.” Jonathan Groff, who you may recognize as the voice of Kristoff from Frozen, originated the role on Broadway.

Gretchen from Camp Lakebottom

Gretchen from Camp Lakebottom

Gretchen (voiced by Melissa Altro) is one of three campers mistakenly sent to Camp Lakebottom. Not that she minds! Though the food is gross the the groundskeeper is literally a zombie, she feels much more at home around Camp Lakebottom than she does at the ritzy camp across the lake. With her no-nonsense attitude and fierce loyalty, she is as stalwart a camper as any counselor could ask for! Even if she is afraid of chipmunks.

Gretchen is someone who values comfort over appearance. Her usual costume consists of an orange t-shirt over a brown long sleeve shirt, a white skirt over blue and black leggings, and brown shoes with white soles that look like low-rose Converse. She wears her black hair in pig tails tied back with orange hair ties and often wears large black earrings.

elroy jetson from the jetsons

Elroy Jetson from The Jetsons

Elroy Jetson (voiced by Daws Butler) is the youngest member of The Jetsons family.  He is the brother of Judy, and the son of Jane and George.  Elroy wears a green baseball cap and green overalls, with an oversized red collar.