Cartoons

Screenslaver

In The Incredibles, the Screenslaver is the main supervillain, a mysterious nemesis of unknown identity who hijacks screens and uses hypnotism to brainwash people from afar.

Ember McLain

In Danny Phantom, Ember McLain is a hard-rocking ghost teen who disrespects any and all authority figures. She views Danny Phantom as her arch enemy and blames him for ruining her vocal cords. She has full control of her trademark blue flaming hair, which she can use as a fire attack or shape however she likes.

The Underminer from Incredibles 2

Underminer

In The Incredibles, The Underminer (John Ratzenberger) is a supervillain who has declared war on peace and happiness. He’s resemblance to a mole is uncanny, from the big chompers to the ability to dig tunnels underground using his big drill vehicle and robot hands.

Hot Meg Griffin

Hot Meg Griffin

In Family Guy, Hot Meg is an alternate universe version of Meg Griffin. She’s opposite in every way, namely that she’s, well, hot. Unfortunately, genetic engineering has advanced to the point that everyone else is even more attractive than Hot Meg, causing her to be considered ugly by her dimension’s high standards.

Jyushimatsu Matsuno

Jyushimatsu Matsuno

In Osomatsu-kun, Jyushimatsu is the fifth born son in the Matsuno family. He is very eccentric and energetic, and loves to play baseball. He loves all of his brothers, but likes spending time with Ichimatsu a lot.

Vinsmoke Sanji from One Piece

Vinsmoke Sanji is the fifth member, and cook, of the Straw Hat Pirates in One Piece. He’s commonly referred to by his nickname, “Black Leg.” He has a rather large bounty placed on him by his father, but it’s only good if he is captured and returned alive.
His outfit changes much more often than the rest of the crew depending on the episode being before or after the time skip. You can generally see him in a double breasted black suit with buttoned shirts and ties of varying colours.

Ichimatsu Matsuno

Ichimatsu Matsuno

In Osomatsu-kun, Ichimatsu is the fourth born son of the Matsuno family. He is cynical and unmotivated, but has a sweet spot for cats. He doesn’t really care for his brothers, except for Jyushimatsu.

San from Princess Mononoke Cosplay Comparison

Make Your Own: Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke is Studio Ghibli’s 1997 epic fantasy film, taking place in Muromachi-era Japan. The only Studio Ghibli film to […]

Professor Willow from Pokemon Go

Professor Willow from Pokemon Go

In Pokemon Go, Professor Willow introduces beginner trainers to the game by giving them their first pokeballs, and experienced trainers a shot at catching Mew. With his silver fox looks and toned physique, any Pokemon trainer would be happy to follow Professor Willow’s orders.

Michael Jordan in Space Jam

Michael Jordan plays himself in the 1996 live-action/animated sports film Space Jam, a crossover with Warner Bros. Looney Tunes. The film presents a fictional alternate history of what happened between Jordan’s initial retirement from the NBA in 1993 and his comeback in 1995, in which he becomes embroiled in events involving Bugs Bunny and his friends by joining their basketball team, Tune Squad.