Men

Robin from Radiohead’s Paranoid Android Music Video

Robin is a Swedish animated character who made his first appearance in a Radiohead music video for “Paranoid Android”. Since then, a real-life version has made cameos in videos for the recently released singles for the OK Computer re-release OKNOTOK, “I Promise” and “Lift”.

Bill the Butcher

In Gangs of New York, Bill the Butcher (Daniel Day-Lewis) is the nickname of William Cutting, a ruthless 1860s gang leader and political kingmaker who uses his collection of knives to settle his debates. For the brown skullcap, you’ll want to trim the ear flaps of the aviator hat to match the shape.

George Lucas

The father of the Star Wars franchise, George Lucas is one of the most prolific and recognizable names in science-fiction. While his work on the infamous prequels is criticized by many, maybe justifiably so, no one can deny his massive influence on film and pop culture as a whole. Don’t forget your Jar Jar!

Bill Denbrough

Bill Denbrough

In Stephen King’s It, Bill Denbrough (Jaeden Lieberher) is the leader of the Losers Club. Having lost his younger brother Georgie to Pennywise already, he vows revenge on the monster, with the help of Eddie Kaspbrak, Richie Tozier, Bev Marsh, and Ben Hanscom.

Jughead Jones (Riverdale)

On The CW’s adaptation of the classic Archie comics, Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) is the story’s narrator and one of the main characters. The series begins after the murder of a classmate, the dissolution of a friendship between himself and Archie (KJ Apa), and the entrance of a new girl at school. Jughead and Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) start a relationship partway through Season 1. He’s rarely seen without his signature beanie.

Stan Marsh

Arguably the most “normal” of the main South Park four, Stan Marsh has often served as the voice of logical reason throughout the show’s many seasons. The town of South Park’s well-being is constantly being terrorized by one threat or another, and when the town’s adults are too oblivious (or drunk) to do anything about it, Stan and his group of friends are left to reluctantly save the day. For Stan’s pants and shoes, any blue pants and black shoes will do the trick.

Batman (Adam West)

Batman (Adam West)

In the campy 1960s TV series, Batman (Adam West) fights crime in Gotham while reminding kids to do their homework, drink their milk, and buy U.S. savings bonds. This version wears the skin-tight body suit and underwear briefs of the classic superhero. The chunkier ’60s Batman logo is hard to find, so this later version will do in a pinch or you can always make your own.

Kazuma Kiryu

Kazuma Kiryu

Kazuma Kiryu, also known as the Dragon of Dojima, is the main character of the PlayStation video game franchise Yakuza. Kiryu is a yakuza who takes the blame for his boss’ death to protect his best friend, resulting in his expulsion from the clan and a ten-year stay in prison. After leaving prison, Kiryu realizes the crime world has changed and fights against the new threats in his life.

Roger Klotz

Roger is the arch-nemesis of Doug and the primary antagonist of the show. A stereotypical bully, he goes out of his way to taunt or harass Doug whenever possible. Roger was held back several times, making him significantly older than the rest of the show’s characters.

Alan Rails

Alan Rails (Lance Reddick) was a member of the superhero group The Vindicators in Rick & Morty. After the tragic death of his parents in a freak train accident, he gained the ability to summon ghost trains and uses them as tools or weapons. He was married to fellow Vindicator, Supernova (Gillian Jacobs), up until their divorce due to an alleged affair between her and Million Ants (Tom Kenny).