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Leila Kalomi from Star Trek

Leila Kalomi (Jill Ireland) was a character in Star Trek: The Original Series, namely in the episode “This Side of Paradise.” Leila was a human botanist in Elias Sandoval’s Omicron colony. When the Starship Enterprise lands in 2261, Leila developed feelings for Spock.  Three years later, she discovered the spores, which protected the planet from deadly rays but also enchanted the colonists into a state of tranquility. She used the spores on Spock as a love potion, yet Captain Kirk reversed the effect by making him angry. Leila attempted to reconcile with Spock, but realizing he was no longer under the spore’s effect, she experienced intense sadness, which reverses the effect too. She was later evacuated to Starbase 27 with the rest of the Omicron colonists.

Black Star

Black Star is a character in the anime Soul Eater. Former member of the Spartoi and last surviving member of the Star Clan, Black Star is an assassin and shadow weapon meister. He attends Death Weapon Meister Academy, where his weapon partner is Tsubaki Nakatsukasa. Despite being one of the top students, he is loud, arrogant, and immature, with a tendency to exhibit a superiority complex. His additional abilities include wavelength control, madness, and flight.

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Dean Pelton

Dean Craig Pelton (Jim Rash) is a main character in NBC’s sitcom Community. He is the well-meaning, yet bumbling dean of Greendale Community College. He strives to restore the prestige and seriousness of the school in spite of paintball wars and blanket and pillow forts. He has a obvious crush on Jeff Winger. Regarding his sexuality, gay “doesn’t even begin to cover it” and makes up “approximately two sevenths” of what he is. He also has a weird fetish for dalmatians. Given his vast costume collection, Dean Pelton can be considered a cosplayer himself! This guide includes one of his best known costumes from the iconic payday rap.

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Ban from Seven Deadly Sins

Ban is a main character in the anime Seven Deadly Sins. He is the immortal Fox sin of Greed and the husband of Elaine, the fairy sister of King. After the sins disbanded, Ban became imprisoned in the Baste Dungeon. When he discovered Meliodas was still alive, he managed to escape and reunite with him. His main power is Snatch, and his main weapon are a pair of silver nunchucks. Selfish and easily excited, Ban usually articulates a singsong type voice. You can style the wig with spiking gel and hairspray.

King Shark

King Shark is a character in the animated DC Universe Harley Quinn series. As a giant human-shark hybrid, King Shark is a part of Harley’s crew of mainly C-List villains. His real name is Nanuae, and he is actually a Prince of the Shark Men Kingdom. We first meet him at Poison Ivy‘s apartment after Clayface called him to help Harley. His abilities include underwater advantages, such as swimming and breathing underwater, as well as superhuman strength and durability. Although don’t let King Shark around blood, or his shark instincts will go berserk.

Catra from She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

“Hey Adora.” When you hear Catra purr this phrase, you know trouble is brewing. Catra is a main character in the Netflix animated series, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. She began as a Horde soldier alongside Adora, and the two developed a close friendship. However, she was always possessive and jealous, especially due to Shadow Weaver’s favoritism. When Adora leaves to join the Rebellion, Catra tries to bring her back, but to no avail. The thought of losing her best friend for good causes Catra to lash out, consumed by anger, grief, and sadness. She taunts the Princesses, especially She-Ra, and revels in her evil doings. But even as the new Force Captain and eventually Hordak’s second in command, she feels dejected and questions her motivations. After briefly becoming an agent of Horde Prime, Catra realizes her mistakes and confesses her love to Adora. At the end of the series, Adora and Catra become girlfriends.

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The Criminologist from Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Criminologist (Charles Gray) serves as the narrator for the Rocky Horror Picture Show. He recounts the story leading to Brad and Janet‘s mysterious disappearance upon visiting Dr. Frank n Furter’s castle. He also teaches the audience how to do the time warp. Common audience participation lines comment on how he has no neck.

Nana “Hachi” Komatsu

Nana “Hachi” Komatsu is the main character in NANA. She lives in Tokyo with her husband, Takumi Ichinose, the bassist of Trapnest, a pop rock band in Japan. Together they have two children: Ren and Satsuki. She also has connections with another band called the Black Stones. While Nana matures throughout the series, she has a habit of falling in love at first sight and depending on others to help her. To achieve this look, sew the dark gold fringe trim on the skirt and leg warmers.

Stripesy

Stripsey, aka Pat Dugan, is a character from the DC Comics. He first appeared in Star Spangled Comics #1 (1941). He was the sidekick to the Star Spangled Kid before becoming a Golden Age superhero himself. Later on he married Barbara Whitmore, and his step-daughter Courtney became the second Star Spangled Kid, aka Stargirl. Pat returned to assisting the hero as a new sidekick, now known as S.T.R.I.P.E. In contrast to his original look, Pat wears a suit of mechanical robot armor. He has been a member of the All-Star Squadron, Infinity Inc, the Justice Society, and the Seven Soldiers of Victory. In the CW series, Pat is played by Luke Wilson.

Rebecca Black (Friday 2021 Remix)

Remember that song “Friday?” Its catchy yet obnoxious chorus about “looking forward to the weekend” was stuck in everyone’s head. From parodies to voice dubs, it became one of the most viral memes in existence. Ten years later, Rebecca Black returns with an fast paced, electro-pop remix featuring Dorian Electra, Big Freedia, and 30H!3. Its music video borrows elements from the original, but a grown up, glam-punk Rebecca is street racing as oppose to going to school. It surpassed 2 million views on Youtube and 650,000 streams on Spotify.