John Crichton

After being catapulted through a wormhole while on a test flight around Earth, astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder) of the cult TV series Farscape finds himself in the middle of an alien spaceship battle on the other side of the galaxy. He eventually finds his way to Moya, a living spacecraft and home to an eccentric group of aliens. Together they seek both an end to the war and a way home for each of them, meeting various nemeses along the way. He dresses in a biker-like outfit with a long trench coat.

Professor Philip Brainard from Flubber

Philip Brainard is the protagonist of the 1997 Disney film Flubber. He was portrayed by the late Robin Williams. He is an eccentric but well-meaning scientist who creates Flubber, a living rubber-like super-bouncy substance.

Professor Oak in Pokémon

Are you a boy? Or are you a girl? Professor Oak is the very first Pokémon Professor you meet in the wonderful world of Pokémon. He’s forgetful, unable to remember the name of his nephew in games and he’s always around to remind you that you can’t use a bike in the ocean. However, he is an indispensable companion to Ash (and, really, all trainers).

Jerome Valeska from Gotham

Jerome Valeska

Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monaghan) is a character on the television show Gotham. Portrayed as an vague Joker-like villain, he was originally introduced with a Norman Bates styled origin story. He shows absolutely no remorse for his killings and decisions, making him one of the most dangerous men to ever cross.

Buster Moon

Buster Moon

In Sing, Buster Moon (voiced by Matthew McConaughey) is a koala bear who owns a theater and has a love for show biz. He decides to hold a singing competition with the hope that it’ll revitalize his declining theater business.

John Dillinger

John Dillinger

John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) was a notorious and charismatic gangster during the Great Depression. The film, Public Enemies, chronicles his final years as he’s pursued by the FBI.

Jusef Sardu

On The Strain, Jusef Sardu (Robert Maillet) was a friendly, 19th-century Polish nobleman afflicted with gigantism. When he’s attacked by the master of an ancient line of vampires, the strigoi, he becomes the master’s host body. His signature wolf’s head sword cane would later come into the hands of a Nazi war criminal, and later Professor Setrakian, who uses it to fight the strigoi. If you prefer Sardu after his transformation, there is a mask available for the Master.

Naomi from Supernatural

One of the oldest and highest-ranking angels in Heaven, Naomi (Amanda Tapping) commands one of the factions vying for control of Heaven in Season 8 of the long-running TV show Supernatural. An expert in extracting information and manipulation, she works her methods on the angel Castiel in order to use him to gain possession of the Angel Tablet. She dresses very simple and ‘corporate’, in a slim grey pantsuit suit with her hair pulled back and a perfect, composed posture.

Quinlan

On The Strain, Quinlan (Rupert Penry-Jones) is a vampire/human hybrid who helps the humans fight the vampire outbreak. While his mother was pregnant, she was turned by the strigoi, an ancient line of vampires, and it resulted in him being half human and half strigoi. As a pariah, he resents the Master for his condition, and makes it his life’s purpose to hunt him. The most distinctive aspects of Quinlan’s appearance are his facial scars, gray skin, and pale blue eye color, which can be achieved with zombie makeup. Another unique feature of his character is his scrimshaw, bone-handle sword, which isn’t available. With a little effort, a prop bone can be cut and fixed to the handle of a foam prop sword, and painted to look like an aged bone with scrimshaw markings.

Blisstina ‘Bliss’ Utonium

Years before Professor Utonium (Tom Kane) created the Powerpuff Girls — Blossom (Amanda Leighton), Bubbles (Kristen Li), and Buttercup (Natalie Palamides) — he created Blisstina Utonium (Olivia Olson), better known as Bliss. After accidentally adding Chemical W to a mix of sugar, spice, and everything nice, Bliss was created as the “perfect little girl”…but with superpowers. At some point in her childhood, her powers began to manifest in a volatile manner whenever she felt emotions too strongly. After accidentally blowing up the house, she sends herself into exile. She reunites with her family in the Powerpuff Girls special, “The Power of Four.”