Macho Man Randy Savage

Macho Man Randy Savage wore a variety of colorful costumes during his career as a professional wrestler. From his tassel covered suits and cowboy hats to the simple star covered pink trunks, the raspy voiced entertainer was always a sight to behold. Even if you’re not a fan of wrestling you’re probably guilty of saying “Snap into a Slim Jim” at least once while passing a Slim Jim display. It’s okay, we’ve all done it. Ooooh yeah!

Nathan Drake

In the Uncharted series, Nathan “Nate” Drake is treasure hunter with an everyman personality and a wardrobe to match. Game publisher Naughty Dog based him on a combination of Johnny Knoxville and Harrison Ford, and they got the scoundrel down pat.

Elena Fisher

In Uncharted, Drake meets his match in Elena Fisher, a strong-willed and spunky journalist. She may be a love interest, but with her smarts and fighting prowess, she’s no damsel in distress.

Pee-wee Herman

Played by Paul Reubens, Pee-wee Herman is a cheerful, child-like character who surrounds himself wacky gadgets and quirky neighbors. That’s not to say he doesn’t have a darker side — when he doesn’t get his way, he loses patience and drops devastating bombs like “I know you are but what am I?”

Brother Mouzone

In The Wire, Brother Mouzone is a silent but deadly enforcer who uses his Walther PPK/S pistol and book learning in equal measure. He’s called down from New York City to settle a drug dispute in Baltimore.

Velma Dinkley

Velma Dace Dinkley is the brains behind the Scooby Doo gang, as the homely fashion and big glasses attest. She frequently loses her glasses and reminds everyone, “I can’t see without my glasses!” as if they didn’t already know. Jeepers Velma, why don’t you look into contacts already?

Shaggy Rogers

Norville “Shaggy” Rogers is not so much Scooby Doo’s master as his brother in arms. They’re both lazy, cowardly, and have insatiable appetites filled only by Scooby Snacks. His scraggly beard and cracking voice suggest that he is still dealing with puberty after 50 years. Zoinks!

Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury was the frontman for Queen best known for his hits “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, and “We Are the Champions”. Mercury was also well known for his stage performances and flamboyant outfits. If you’re feeling courageous, you could try on one of the many form fitting leotards that he wore on stage.

Buckethead

Buckethead is one of the greatest guitar players in the world – as a solo artist, as a member of Guns n’ Roses, and as a collaborator with the likes of Iggy Pop and Les Claypool. He’s also one of the weirdest guitarists, best known for wearing a fried chicken bucket on his head.

Mr. T

Meet Laurence Tureaud, better known as Mr. T. He started as a bouncer and went on to become one of the most recognizable action stars in the world. After playing B.A. Baracus in The A-Team and Clubber Lang in Rocky III, you know that bling around his neck ain’t fool’s gold.