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Princess Raya from Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya Kelly is the main character in the latest Disney+ film, Raya and the Last Dragon. Voiced by Kelly Marie Tran, whom you may recall portrayed Rose Tico in the recent Star Wars movies, Raya is a warrior princess who must find the last dragon, Sisu, to save her home from a dangerous plague. She is headstrong, mature, and adaptable, all traits that make her a capable leader of the group. However her biggest flaw is a reluctance to trust others. In addition to master martial arts, she utilizes kali sticks and her whip sword to battle enemies. Her pet is Tuk Tuk, a giant creature who resembles a hybrid of a pug, armadillo, and pill bug. Raya makes history as Disney’s first Southeast Asian princess.

Daisy Duck

Daisy Duck is a classic Disney character. She is Donald Duck’s girlfriend. She also is Minnie Mouse’s best friend, and together they share a love for fashion and style. Daisy is the more assertive and sassy of the two, which allows her to scold Donald’s temper tantrums. While she may have an explosive temper of her own, she is much better at controlling it. Like the other classic characters, Daisy appears in The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Mickey Mouse Cartoons, as well as the parks and merchandising.

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Raven Baxter from That’s So Raven

“Oh snap!” Raven Baxter (Raven Symone) is the protagonist of the Disney Channel show That’s So Raven. She is a confident, fun-loving teenager who struggles to hide the fact that she can see the future. Her psychic visions only show a small segment of what will happen, so she tends to read it the wrong way. Hilarity ensues as she scrambles to change the event, blowing the whole thing out of proportion. Usually she recruits her two best friends, Chelsea and Eddie, to help. Aside from her powers, Raven adores fashion, with a love for making and designing outfits. An all grown up Raven stars in the sequel/spin-off, Raven’s Home, where her son inherits her psychic abilities.

Tadaomi Karasuma from Assassination Classroom

Tadaomi Karasuma is a supporting character in the comedic anime Assassination Clasroom. He’s an agent sent from Japan’s Ministry of Defense to monitor Korosensei at Kunugigoka Junior High School. He was hired as the physical education and assistant teacher for Class 3-E.  Karasuma is strict yet kind, and prefers not to get particularly close with the students due to his profession. He’s not completely incapable of emotion but he’s rather oblivious when it comes to romantic feelings.

Gakuhō Asano from Assassination Classroom

Gakuho Asano is a minor character in the comedic anime Assassination Classroom. He is the board chairman of Kunugigaoka Junior High School and the antagonist of the first half of the series. His obsession with a perfect education solidifies his priorities, in which he will put perfecting and maintaining pedagogy over anything else. This leads to a strained relationship with his son, Gakushu Asano, the student council president, as he only views him as a tool to perfecting the system. When a student takes his own life, Gakuho realizes his morality is skewed and blames himself. As a result, he becomes more mellow and less condescending in his teaching methods.

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K.C. Cooper from K.C. Undercover

K.C. Cooper (Zendaya) is the main character of the Disney Channel series, K.C. Undercover. The plot follows K.C. Cooper, who seems like a normal tomboyish high schooler, but she’s actually an undercover spy. Both of her parents are spies and she aspires to follow in their footsteps. After successfully completing her first mission, she joins the spy network called The Organization. Smart and sharp-witted, her talents range from mathematics to basketball. Not to mention she is a black belt in martial arts. Even with these many skills, K.C. prioritizes academics, and prefers studying over partying. In fact, she has a genius level intellect!

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Mister Fantastic

Mister Fantastic, aka Reed Richards, is the leader of the Fantastic Four. With an incredible knowledge of biology, chemistry, and physics among other many sciences, he is credited as the smartest character in the Marvel universe. In fact, he invented the very spacecraft that became exposed to the radiation which gave the team their powers. Now he has the ability to stretch his limbs into any shape. Mister Fantastic acts as a close friend and mentor to the Fantastic Four. Invisible Woman, aka Sue Storm, is his wife, which makes Human Torch, Johnny Storm, his brother-in-law.

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Bunny and Ducky from Toy Story 4

Bunny and Ducky are new characters in Disney Pixar’s Toy Story 4. These eccentric, quick-witted toys are voiced by comedic duo Key and Peele, with Keegan Michael Key as the voice of Ducky and Jordan Peele as the voice of Bunny. Aside from being best friends, they’re literally attached at the plush foot. Dangling as prize toys at a carnival booth, Bunny and Ducky long to have a kid as their owner. When Buzz Lightyear gets tacked to the prize wall, they catch wind of his mention of a kid. They manage to escape and tackle Buzz until Woody intervenes. As a result, Bunny and Ducky become their allies in their quest to save Forky with the hope of finding a home with Bonnie. This costume guide features casual costumes as well as onesies for a simpler option. If you intend on dressing as Ducky, we included acrylic paint for the beak.

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The Blue Fairy

The Blue Fairy is a major character in the classic Disney movie Pinocchio. Kind and selfless, the Blue Fairy is a magical being who rewards good behavior by granting their wishes. She fulfills Geppetto’s wish and transforms Pinocchio into a real boy. She helps Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket on their adventures as well.

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Queen Elinor from Brave

Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson) is a main character in the 2012 Disney Pixar animated movie, Brave. She shares the throne with her husband, King Fergus, as the monarchs of DunBroch, a Scottish kingdom. Whereas her daughter Merida is independent and free-spirited, her mother is the epitome of sternness, poise, and tradition. So when her daughter wants to shoot for her own hand, Elinor is outraged, as she believes it’s her duty as a princess to continue the royal line. She throws the bow into the fireplace out of anger, and Merida runs off crying. When she returns, she gives her mother a cake as a peace offering, but it accidentally turns her into a giant black bear! Together they try to break the curse, and ultimately  Elinor softens towards her daughter, becoming more thoughtful and understanding.