Comics

Steve Trevor

Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) is a WWII, USAF pilot who stumbles upon Paradise Island, the home of the Amazons, which is where he meets Wonder Woman. Over time, he will become Wonder Woman’s friend, partner, and love interest.

Vigilante Suit Spider-Man

In the video game The Amazing Spider-Man, you can unlock the Vigilante Suit, which shows how Peter Parker dressed before he was truly Spider-Man. It’s even more amateur than the homemade suit he makes in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Yondu Udonta

Yondu

In Guardians of the Galaxy, Yondu Udonta (Michael Rooker) is a blue-skinned bandit and leader of the Ravagers, who raised Peter Quill from when he was a boy. In GOTG2, he upgrades his “ridge” to a full-blown mohawk, more in keeping with the comic version of his character. Spray-paint an arrow gold to create his whistle-controlled Yaka Arrow.

Liv Moore

Olivia “Liv” Moore (Rose McIver) is the main protagonist of the comic and CW TV series iZombie. She is a medical resident who was scratched by a zombie on a disastrous boat party and woke up as a zombie. She uses her powers of absorption of memories of eaten brains to solve murders.

Jason Voorhees (Part 6)

After finally being defeated and put to rest by Tommy Jarvis, Jason Voorhees is a threat no longer. That is, until Tommy and his friend exhume the corpse just to make sure the Crystal Lake killer is dead – inadvertently reanimating him during an electrical storm. Now Jason lives again and Tommy races to warn the local residents. When no one believes him, it is up to Tommy once again to put an end to Jason’s wanton destruction.

George Lucas

The father of the Star Wars franchise, George Lucas is one of the most prolific and recognizable names in science-fiction. While his work on the infamous prequels is criticized by many, maybe justifiably so, no one can deny his massive influence on film and pop culture as a whole. Don’t forget your Jar Jar!

Jughead Jones (Riverdale)

On The CW’s adaptation of the classic Archie comics, Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) is the story’s narrator and one of the main characters. The series begins after the murder of a classmate, the dissolution of a friendship between himself and Archie (KJ Apa), and the entrance of a new girl at school. Jughead and Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) start a relationship partway through Season 1. He’s rarely seen without his signature beanie.

Batman (Adam West)

Batman (Adam West)

In the campy 1960s TV series, Batman (Adam West) fights crime in Gotham while reminding kids to do their homework, drink their milk, and buy U.S. savings bonds. This version wears the skin-tight body suit and underwear briefs of the classic superhero. The chunkier ’60s Batman logo is hard to find, so this later version will do in a pinch or you can always make your own.

Benny from Fallout: New Vegas

Benny is one of the main villains of the Obsidian Entertainment action role-playing video game Fallout: New Vegas. He first appears in the opening cutscene, shooting the player Courier in the head and stealing his Platinum Chip. When Courier recovers, he makes it his duty to get revenge from Benny, eventually stumbling upon a conspiracy surrounding the city of New Vegas, where his Platinum Chip is the key to an upcoming war for Hoover Dam between the New California Republic and Caesar’s Legion.

Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming

Vulture

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Vulture (Michael Keaton) is the nickname of Adrian Toomes, the owner of a salvage company turned supervillain after the government and Iron Man put him out of business. Vulture clashes against Spider-Man, sometimes even while the latter is wearing his homemade costume.