The Green Men

Force and Sully, collectively known as The Green Men, are Vancouver Canucks fans who taunting opposing players as they sit in the penalty box. Against Tim Brent of the Toronto Maple Leafs, they used frozen waffles to great effect.

Juno MacGuff

Juno (Ellen Page) is a whip-smart teen who discovers she’s pregnant, by Michael Cera no less, and must learn to handle the consequences. This outfit also works great if you can supply your own beer belly.

Captain Hammer

In Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Captain Hammer is the arch-nemesis of Dr. Horrible and hero to the city. His super strength and good looks are topped only by his cockiness.

Finn the Human

Finn is a 14-year-old human boy who loves nothing more than saving the day, accompanied by the shape-shifting Jake the Dog. He wears a hat that covers his extremely long flowing golden hair. He is prone to exclamations and outbursts including “Mathematical!” and “Algebraic!”.

Dr. Horrible

Dr. Horrible is an aspiring supervillain who ends each day by reflecting on his personal blog while cheesy synth music plays overhead. Remember to address him properly, because he “didn’t spend 6 years getting a PhD in Horribleness to be called mister.”

Mr. Clean

Mr. Clean is perhaps the most famous spokesman of cleaning products, though the Brawny Man may beg to differ. Known as Don Limpio in Spain, Mr. Clean demands absolute cleanliness from all those around him. His shirt is spotless, always.

Cee Lo Green

Musician, producer, actor Cee Lo Green turns heads wherever he goes. With his one-of-a-kind wardrobe, he’s certainly not one to shy away from feathers, fur (in the form of a Persian lap cat) or bedazzles.

Ratatouille

In Ratatouille, young Alfredo Linguini and Remy the rat team up to become critical darlings of the culinary world. With this ensemble, you’ll fit right in working at a fine French restaurant, but you might wanna keep your furry friend under the toque.

Gangnam Style Yellow Suit Guy

Yellow Suit Guy, played by popular Korean comedian Yoo Jae-Seok, is one of the few who’s danced-off against PSY and lived to tell about it. Perhaps his paparazzi specs and reflective suit have something to do with that.

Rosie the Riveter

Rosie the Riveter was the original icon of girl power, symbolizing the contributions of women to manufacturing during WWII. Her badass likeness is captured in the famous “We Can Do It!” poster.