Comics

Harley Quinn

Poor Dr. Harleen Quinzel, sometimes even psychiatrists break. After falling for The Joker and changing her name to Harley Quinn, the peppy sidekick became a loyal follower to the psychotic villain. When she’s not swooning over the Joker, you can find Harley hanging with best gal pal Poison Ivy or coming up with some clever disguise.

Terezi Pyrope

In the MS Paint Adventures web comic Homestuck, Terezi Pyrope is a member of a race of aliens from Alternia who troll the Internet. She is blind, loves dragons, and is curious about the blood color of people around her. Typical Libra.

Emily the Strange

Emily the Strange has a style that has inspired a new generation of little goth girls. She’s a mysterious character but her look is easy to achieve. It’s getting a colony of black cats to follow you around that might be the problem. Luckily you can purchase a few stuffed ones to complete your costume.

Rorschach

In Watchmen, Walter Joseph Kovacs assumes the identity of Rorschach, wearing a mask with constantly morphing ink blots. He’s a ruthless vigilante that sees the world as good and evil with no shades of gray, and will punish the evil at all costs.

The Punisher

Frank Castle is the Punisher, a vigilante willing to cross any boundaries in his fight against crime. After his family is brutally murdered by the mob, he wages an all out war by kidnapping, extorting, and torturing his way to justice.

Shane Walsh

In The Walking Dead, Shane Walsh is partner, best friend, and third wheel to Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes. The two repeatedly clash over leadership of the group, with Rick only slightly less unhinged than Shane.

Spike The Dragon

Spike is a purple and green baby dragon. He is Twilight Sparkle’s best friend and number one assistant, and one of the main characters of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. He has the ability to magically deliver scrolls to and from Princess Celestia with his green fire-breath, which is featured in many episodes, as is his crush on Rarity.

Tintin

Tintin is a young reporter who’s drawn to dangerous adventures but always manages to make it through with a combination of bravery, quick thinking, and good luck. He doesn’t have much of a family, but his faithful dog Snowy and the friends he meets along the way are more than enough for him.

Ramona Flowers

In Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the mysterious Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) has seven evil exes and a lot going on with her attire. Though she’s not into sharing much about her life, Ramona is into layering her clothes and changing her hair color, a lot. Of course, if you’re into her look but not into dyeing your hair, not to mention your bathroom sink, you can always opt for a wig.

Scott Pilgrim

Scott Pilgrim has other things to concern himself with other than his wardrobe, like playing bass and fighting Ramona’s seven evil exes. Thus, he keeps what he’s wearing as simple as his mind. His only real accessory is a wristband to match his ringer T-shirts but maybe that means he does care about fashion, just a little.