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Andy from Toy Story 4

In the flashbacks at the beginning of Toy Story 4, Andy appears as a kid again, but a few years older. He is seen wearing he’s red cowboy hat, a blue t-shirt with white sleeves and a darker blue border, blue jeans, and black Converse sneakers. Pixar has made some big leaps since the design of Andy in Toy Story 1.

Stingy from LazyTown

In LazyTown, a bossy, egocentric collector of stuff, Stingy impatiently dreams of being king of the world. Young and eager, he loves playing with the group (you can’t be a king without subjects), but finds himself apoplectic with jealousy whenever anyone brings something new to play with, something that he doesn’t have.

Andy from Toy Story

Andy from Toy Story

In Toy Story, Andy Davis receives a Buzz Lightyear action figure for his 8th birthday, causing tension between Buzz and Woody, who has always prided himself on being Andy’s favorite. For the birthday party, he wore a red cowboy hat, a green t-shirt with a cowboy playing a guitar on the top right corner, blue shorts, white socks, and white sneakers with blue laces.

Fred Jones from What's New Scooby Doo

Fred Jones from What’s New Scooby Doo

In the What’s New Scooby Doo series, Fred Jones is sort of wearing the same outfit as his first but without his ascot and a blue stripe running across the middle of his sleeves and shirt.

So far, no one have ever cosplay as this version of this Fred. There are not even any pictures or photos of any one in a costume of him. Well apart from someone who play him in Scooby Doo and the pirate ghost

Steve Smith from American Dad

Steve Smith from American Dad

In American Dad, Steven Anita Smith (voiced by Scott Grimes) is the son of Francine and Stan Smith. Steve has an older sister Hayley. They reside at Langley Falls, Virginia. The family also includes a fish named Klaus and an alien named Roger.

Robin (Burt Ward) from 1966 Batman

Robin (Burt Ward)

Robin was Batman’s trusty comrade, best friend, and sidekick portrayed by Burt Ward in the Batman 1960s series, it’s film and two animated features; Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face. Robin is strong willed, courageous and shows determination. He is ready to drop everything to help Batman fight crime. Best known for his constant “Holy” catch phrases such as “Holy Jack-In-The-Box” and “Holy Long John Silver”. He lived at Wayne Manor with Bruce Wayne, Alfred (Bruce’s butler) and Aunt Harriet Cooper. As Dick Grayson, he was a student and head of the council at Woodrow Roosevelt High School.

Mona the Vampire

Mona the Vampire

In Mona the Vampire, Mona Parker is characterized as a young, extremely cute and tomboyish yet unbearably beautiful 10-year-old girl with a vivid imagination. She believes her hometown is overrun with supernatural monsters or other creatures or entities and, as Mona the Vampire, plans to stop all of them and save her town on a daily basis.

Mona has fair skin, rosy cheeks, big green eyes, short light brown hair with two red ribbons tied into bows and wears a white dress shirt, red sweater, black mini-skirt, cream-colored panties, a matching camisole, white calf-high socks and brown loafers. As a vampire, she wears a black braided wig with red and yellow ribbons, a purple flower-patterned cape, brown knee pads and a black bow-tie.

Jake Long from American Dragon

Jake Long

In American Dragon: Jake Long, Jake lives with his parents, Jonathan and Susan, and his younger sister, Haley Long in New York City. A descendant of a family of magical dragons, his two best friends are the feisty Trixie Carter and seemingly dim-witted Arthur “Spud” Spudinski. Before his thirteenth birthday, Jake started getting glimpses of his dragon heritage. For example; while younger, during a race with Brad Morton at Camp Mugwomp for the Mugwomp Cup, he unintentionally breathed fire, startling himself into tripping over a log to fall face-first into mud, losing the race. In human form, Jake is an average-looking but short for his age teenager with black, spiky hair with green highlights, red jacket, blue cargo shorts, and gray shoes.

Dash Parr from The Incredibles

Dash Parr

Dash Parr is a major character in the 2004 Disney/Pixar animated film, The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel. He is the eldest son of Bob and Helen Parr and is the younger brother to Violet and older brother to Jack-Jack. Dash’s superhero power is the ability to run super fast. He is also able to run on water as a consequence of this, as well as other physics-bending maneuvers such as running up buildings.

Peter Venkman from The Real Ghostbusters

Peter Venkman from The Real Ghostbusters

In the animated series The Real Ghostbusters, Dr. Peter Venkman was one of the original Ghostbusters. He usually wore a brown uniform with teal trim. After the fall of Gozer, Peter and the other Ghostbusters fixed up the Firehouse after it was severely damaged by the escaping ghosts and the destruction of the Containment Unit, thanks to Walter Peck. Upon the completion of the Firehouse, the Ghostbusters adopted the green ghost who had slimed Peter (now known as Slimer) as a pet mascot. Though Peter at first wouldn’t forgive the little ghost for their encounter at the hotel, he soon grew to love him like the rest of the Ghostbusters. In The Boogieman Cometh, Venkman tried to blast Slimer but Ray, Egon and Winston restrained him.