Samuel Brett from Alien

Samuel Brett (played by Harry Dean Stanton) was the engineering technician aboard the USCSS Nostromo in Alien. Brett was one of the first to fall to the Xenomorph while repairing the ship. Brett is one of the blue-collar workers aboard the ship. He feels overworked and underpaid for his skilled trade and is constantly asking Dallas for a raise. Brett sports a messy loosely buttoned Hawaiian shirt which makes his character memorable despite his short time on screen.

Skull Boy from Ruby Gloom

Skull Boy from Ruby Gloom

Skull Boy (voiced by Scott McCord) is a character in the cartoon Ruby Gloom. With no clear idea on who his family is, he is in a constant state of change. Some days he believes he is descended from a long line of actors and the next he is descended from astronomers. This leads to many, many costume changes. But through them all, there is one outfit he comes back to and it is this one. Ox blood converse, grey jeans, a teal belt with large skull belt buckle, a black turtleneck, and fingerless gloves.

Cosplayers can opt for a full mask like the one pictured – one that’s more silly than scary just like Skull Boy himself – or they use makeup and/or prosthetics to achieve the character’s bony appearance.

john moore from the alienist

John Moore from The Alienist

John Moore (portrayed by Luke Evans) is a newspaper illustrator and friend of Dr. Laszlo Kreizler on TNT’s The Alienist.  John can be melancholy and prone to self-destructive behavior as the result of a broken engagement and the death of his younger brother many years before.  John uses his skills as an illustrator to create crime scene documentation that prove helpful to Dr. Kreizler and Sara Howard as they continue their investigations.  John comes from a wealthy family and dresses the part well.  If you are recreating his look, don’t be afraid of mixing patterns and colors in traditional Victorian silhouettes.

Arthur Koblenz Dallas From Alien

Arthur Koblenz Dallas (played by Tom Skerritt) is the captain of The USCSS Nostromo in Alien. Dallas was brash in making decisions and ultimately made choices that fatally harmed the group and himself. Dallas’s western style work jacket is his most identifiable characteristic.

Nate Jacobs from Euphoria

Nate Jacobs played by Jacob Elordi is a major antagonist in the HBO series Euphoria. He is your stereotypical high school jock. The East Highland star quarterback is well known for his toxic behaviors. His father Cal Jacobs is equally toxic and has raised Nate to push down his emotions leading to him usually exploding with anger. Nate struggles with his sexuality and has a lot of internalized homophobia. It seems he also knows something about his own father’s sexuality which has been a long-kept family secret. Nate is very manipulative and abusive towards his on and off again girlfriend Maddy Parez. The two don’t seem to stop sneaking around and getting back together. Nate’s style is super simple and preppy. The attire is casual but very well kept. This costume should be easy to put together even as a last-minute Halloween costume. It would work great as an addition to a Euphoria group costume.

Jessie from Brawl Stars

Jessie from Brawl Stars

In Brawl Stars, Jessie is a girl who is handy building gadgets. As a brawler, she herself has moderate health and damage, but is supported by a dog-like turret that she can deploy in the field named Scrappy.

Romano Hetalia

Romano from Hetalia

Lovino Vargas, also known as South Italy or Romano, is a side character in Hetalia: Axis Powers. In contrast to his younger brother, Feliciano, he is rude and unaffectionate. But behind his tough act, he’s just as clumsy and cowardly. He has assimilated Spain’s culture because Spain raised him. Unlike Feliciano, he hates Germany. Attach the the pipe cleaner onto the wig and bend it to make Romano’s upwards curl.

Pucca from Pucca

Pucca

Pucca is the main character of her self-titled show. She is a capable and powerful martial artist who opts to support her friend – and crush – Garu in his own martial arts pursuits. She tends to be clingy and follows him around. He isn’t too keen on this even though she saves him from trouble time and again. Like Garu, many people make the mistake of underestimating Pucca. With her black leggings, red dress, pink cheeks, and hair buns she is the epitome of cute. Just don’t make her angry!

Supernova from Rick and Morty

Supernova from Rick and Morty

Supernova (voiced by Gillian Jacobs) is a collapsed star-turned-superheroine. With a complicated love life and spotted past, she’s not what you might first think of as a hero. But she’s powerful and she tries to do what the Vindicators think is right. Mostly.

As a collapsing star she is like a galaxy unto herself. Her body and hair are both the swirls of color associated with galaxy print while she opts for silver boots, gloves, and accessories.

emma from dave

Emma from Dave

On the TV show Dave, Emma (played by Christine Ko) is Ally‘s roommate and friend.  Emma offers colorful commentary, and even more colorful clothing to the show, while also providing Dave with unique artwork for his live performances.  Emma and Elz hook up at the start of episode 7, and she borrows a grey t-shirt from him for the ride home.  Emma dons bright vintage-inspired clothing and wears her hair in two space buns.  Replicating Emma’s vintage sweaters could be difficult without a trip to a thrift store, making this costume a perfect opportunity to check out your local vintage scene.