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Young Michael Scott Shaking Hands from The Office

In The Office episode “The Carpet”, Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) reflects on being a friendly boss with his staff, and then reminisces about his old boss Ed Truck who was no-nonsense and no fun. The camera flashes to an old Dunder Mifflin staff newsletter photo where a young Michael Scott — mullet, fanny pack, and all — is shaking hands with Ed after receiving top sales honors.

Joker from Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

In Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, it’s the year 2040 and Bruce Wayne has retired from crime-fighting, passing on the mantle of Batman to high schooler Terry McGinnis. This is when Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill) resurfaces in Neo-Gotham City, taking over the Jokerz gang and going on a crime spree.

Jared Dunn from Silicon Valley

Jared Dunn from Silicon Valley

In Silicon Valley, Donald “Jared” Dunn (Zach Woods) jumped ship from Hooli to join Richard Hendricks at his startup Pied Piper. He’s Richard’s right-hand man, keeping everything in order, although Jared’s outbursts now and then hint at a much more chaotic and darker past. Any fleece vest will do, but go with Patagonia if you want full authenticity.

Jorgen Von Strangle from Fairly Oddparents

Jorgen Von Strangle

In the Fairly Oddparents, Jorgen Von Strangle is the strongest fairy in Fairy World and as commander of all fairies, enforces da rules. Jorgen is extremely macho, and one of the few fairies without wings, which we believes to be too girly.

Josh Wheeler from Daybreak

Josh Wheeler from Daybreak

In Daybreak, Josh Wheeler (Colin Ford) is the leader of the Daybreakers. He forms the group while searching for his girlfriend Sam in the months following the explosion, making the Glendale Mall their home base. Surviving the apocalypse teaches him that he’s not an ordinary kid, but rather the hero he’s always read about in his comic books.

Freddie Mercury from Live Aid

Freddie Mercury from Live Aid

In 1985, Queen performed at Live Aid, an event organised by Sir Bob Geldof to raise funds for the Ethiopian famine disaster. In front of 72,000 people in Wembley Stadium, London, frontman Freddie Mercury put on a legendary performance for all time.

Mad Sweeney from American Gods

Mad Sweeney from American Gods

In American Gods, the series based on Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel of the same name, Mad Sweeney (Pablo Schreiber) is a leprechaun who’s lost his charm and is down on his luck, but always up for a good fight. Mad has the supernatural ability to summon an endless supply of golden coins, superhuman strength, and unnatural prosperity.

Jonathan Joestar from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Jonathan Joestar

In JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Jonathan Joestar is the first JoJo of the series and the hero of Phantom Blood, trained under Will Zeppeli. Jonathan is a positive and kind man, which is ironic since is adopted older brother is DIO. Check here for the costume guide for a younger version of Jonathon Joestar.

Joker from Batman: The Animated Series

Joker from Batman: The Animated Series

In Batman: The Animated Series, Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill) is the clown prince of crime and the archnemesis of Batman. Of all the incarnations of The Joker, many fans consider Hamill’s voice acting to be the best and truest portrayal.

Joe Gardner from Soul

Joe Gardner from Soul

In Pixar’s Soul, Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx) is a middle school music teacher who has a lifelong dream of being an onstage jazz performer. It looks like he’ll finally get his big break when he impresses other jazz musicians as an opening act when he has an accident, which causes his soul to separate from his body to get transported to the You Seminar, where he must help souls develop passions before being transported to newborns. Joe’s costume is drab and not too flashy, although his stylish hat hints at the passion brimming underneath.