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Bard from Kuroshitsuji

Bard/Bardroy (voiced in Japanese by Hiroki Tōchi and in English by Ian Sinclair) is the cook and part of the main defense team of the Phantomhive Manor in the anime/manga Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler.

He is a retired (by way of being hired to serve Ciel) American veteran and while he’s not the best cook in the world, he’s much better at the fighting aspect.

Bard has bright blue eyes, short, tousled blonde hair, and a stubbly chin. The main outfit we see him in is a full white chef’s coat and apron, white pants, black boots, blue goggles, and he usually has a cigarette hanging from his mouth.

Juuzou Suzuya from Tokyo Ghoul, :Re Version

This is a followup article to the other Juuzou piece I wrote, if you would like to see the one for the original Tokyo Ghoul version, please check it out over here!

Juuzou’s appearance changes quite noticeably between the original series and :re, with slightly longer black hair, less prominent stitches, and two simple X hairclip sets, instead of the XIII. The eyes remained the same red, however.

In terms of outfits, it is also a lot more toned down and formal looking. As opposed to the vibrant colors of the original series outfit, this one is a white open collar shirt, a long black open-front jacket, black capris with duo patterned red and white suspenders, and black house slippers.

Juuzou Suzuya from Tokyo Ghoul

Juuzou (voiced in Japanese by Rie Kugimiya and in English by Maxey Whitehead) is a Special Class Ghoul Investigator from the anime/manga Tokyo Ghoul.

While he looks (and acts) like a character that probably wouldn’t be considered as one of the good guys, Tokyo Ghoul is a series that is fantastic at turning your expectations in character writing on their head, and makes good guys/bad guys a very grey area.

In the early half of the series, Juuzou has chin length wavy creamish white hair, held in place by hair clips arranged to form a XIII, red eyes, and stitches all over his body (self sewn). The outfit he wears is a pale pink shirt with details on the sleeves and colorful buttons, a black undershirt, blue and yellow suspenders, black capri pants with yellow and red patterned leggings underneath, and red house slippers.

(Click here for the Tokyo Ghoul: Re version of the character)

Chase Devineaux from Carmen Sandiego

Chase Devineaux (voiced by Rafael Petardi) is one of the former agents of Interpol, turned A.C.M.E., from the Netflix adaptation of Carmen Sandiego.

He is very much the blundering detective type character, but is ready and willing to get the job done once he figures out what side he’s working for.

Chase has short, styled up brown hair, brown eyes, and a dark stubbled face. He wears a white button up shirt, a striped tie, a brown open-front jacket over top, dark slacks, a black belt, and black loafers.

Aya Tademaru from Kemono Jihen

Aya (voiced in Japanese by Kaede Hondo and in English by Corina Boettger) is one of the secondary characters in the anime/manga Kemono Jihen.

Revealed in Shiki’s backstory, Aya has complicated ties between the kemono and human world, as she was born to be used as a tool, instead of raised as a proper child. Since reconciling with her brother and mom, Aya has stepped extremely outside of the shell that she used to be and is very loudly her own person now.

She has bubblegum pink hair, tied up in a high ponytail, and purple eyes. Her chosen outfit consists of a burgundy choker collar, a matching tube top, light blue short-shorts with spider webbing at the bottom, an over-sized jacket that matches her hair, with a gold spiderweb on it alluding to her powers, and the look is finished off with black socks and red high-top sneakers.

Billy Joe Cobra from Dude, That’s My Ghost!

Billy Joe Cobra (voiced by Darren “Beardyman” Foreman) is one of the two main protagonists in the Disney cartoon series, Dude, That’s My Ghost! along with Spencer Wright.

Billy is the ghost of a (former, by technicality of death) popstar, who still holds a passion for both music and the fame scene in general, enjoying the hold he still has on parts of it.

While he had human colored hair and skin when he was alive, his color scheme upon death turned pale and blue, which left him with light blue hair, in the same style as it was when he was living. Like Spencer, he has typical cartoon black circles for his eyes.

His usual outfit is a orange button-up shirt with yellow stripes across it, a thin long red tie, a green half-jacket over top, standard blue jeans, and orange high-top shoes.

Chrollo Lucilfer’s York New Disguise from Hunter x Hunter

Chrollo (voiced in Japanese by Mamoru Miyano and in English by Robbie Daymond) is the founder and current leader of the Phantom Troupe is the anime/manga Hunter x Hunter.

The outfit I’ve chosen for this article is the disguise that he wears in the York New arc when he’s infiltrating to steal Neon Nostrade’s nen ability, though he does have several other outfits that will be featured in another article later on.

Chrollo has soft grey eyes, and while he usually wears his hair slicked back, for this outfit he wears it loose and down, with a greenish grey ribbon covering the cross tattoo he has on his forehead. He wears the bauble earrings that he usually has on for this, but the rest of it is a pretty standard suit jacket and pants over a white shirt, black tie, and black oxfords finishing off the look.

Spencer Wright from Dude, That’s My Ghost!

Spencer Wright (voiced by Rasmus Hardiker) is one of the two main protagonists in the Disney cartoon series, Dude, That’s My Ghost! along with Billy Joe Cobra.

Spencer has a huge passion for filmmaking, and a fascination with creating and watching horror movies. He is one of the few people that can see Billy, as he and his friends have an item that Billy owned when he was alive that allows them to interact with him.

He has light brown loosely spiked hair, and cartoon typical black eyes. The shirt he wears is a baseball style tee, white with red sleeves and a ghost iron-on image on the front. He has standard blue jeans, green and orange sneakers, and carries around his camcorder that he uses for his movies pretty much everywhere he goes.

Rem from Death Note: The Musical

Rem is a character that’s found in the anime/manga Death Note, and for this version the focus will be on the live action stage adaptation of the series, where she’s portrayed as a lot more human-like in appearance than her regular shinigami (death god) form. For this specific design I’ve gone with what I believe is Megumi Hamada’s portrayal of her, as there are variations of the character between each version of the musical.

Rem is the shinigami that Misa Amane has ties to, by way of her Death Note, and throughout the series came to care very deeply for her, despite the fact that Misa was human. This comes out even more strongly through the musical soundtrack, with much more love showing through how she sings about and with her.

In this particular version, Rem has pale, pearlescent skin with grey and blue highlighting tones, blue makeup, and long silver-white hair with blue strands trailed throughout it. The outfit she wears is a long, torn and draped robe/dress-like piece with a cloak over top, simple white pants underneath, and white shoes. One standout piece of this design that ties in nicely to the original shinigami form that she has is the extra-long fingernails, mimicking her long pointed fingers.

The Once-ler from The Lorax

The Once-ler (voiced by Ed Helms) is one of the key characters in the 2012 adaptation of the Lorax made by Illumination Entertainment.

Once a faceless character in the original version of the book/movie, Oncie takes place at the heart of the story this time around, and we know more about his motivations behind creating the thneed as a product.

He has short and fluffy brownish-black hair, blue eyes, and a light smattering of freckles across his face. While he does have a few outfits throughout the movie, at the start we see him in this rather monochromatic set. He wears a light grey hat, a v-collared white long sleeved shirt, a grey vest over top, two toned striped pants, pointed toed shoes, and occasionally green gardening gloves.