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Peter B. Parker from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Peter Benjamin Parker is a Spider-Man from a parallel universe from Miles Morales. He’s been Spider-Man for over 20 years, suffering major life setbacks and injuries, which have left him jaded, exhausted, and a bit overweight. Peter B. Parker is so disheveled, he wears mismatched shoes: a sneaker on his left foot and a boot on his right.

Colin Ritman from Bandersnatch

In Black Mirror’s interactive movie Bandersnatch, Colin Ritman (Will Poulter) is a world famous video game designer who works at Tuckersoft, the company that produces young programmer Stefan Butler’s (Fionn Whitehead) the adventure game Bandersnatch, adapted from Jerome F. Davies’s choose-your-own-adventure book of the same name.

Fred Jones from What's New Scooby Doo

Fred Jones from What’s New Scooby Doo

In the What’s New Scooby Doo series, Fred Jones is sort of wearing the same outfit as his first but without his ascot and a blue stripe running across the middle of his sleeves and shirt.

So far, no one have ever cosplay as this version of this Fred. There are not even any pictures or photos of any one in a costume of him. Well apart from someone who play him in Scooby Doo and the pirate ghost

Gellert Grindelward from Fantastic Beasts 2

Gellert Grindelwald

In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) is a powerful and infamous dark wizard who causes mass chaos and terror around the world, seeking a new Wizarding World Order based on his belief in wizarding superiority. After Grindelwald escapes a prison transfer, Newt Scamander and Tina Goldstein join forces with Albus Dumbledore to bring him in.

Cricket Green from Big City Greens

Cricket Green

Cricket Green is the main protagonist of Big City Greens. Cricket is a mischievous and optimistic country boy who moves to the big city with his family. Cricket’s curiosity and enthusiasm lead his wildly out of place family on epic journeys and into the hearts of his new neighbors. The best part about this costume is that it’s simple — even shoes aren’t required!

Spider-Man (Miles Morales) from Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man (Miles Morales) from Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Miles Morales is a Brooklyn teenager who gets bitten by a genetically-modified spider and gains powers similar to Spider-Man. After Peter Parker is killed, Miles takes over the Spider-Man identity in order to save the city from The Kingpin.

billy peltzer from gremlins

Billy Peltzer from Gremlins

Billy Peltzer (Zach Galligan) is the protagonist of Joe Dante’s Christmas horror classic Gremlins. He is a young man who is given a creature called a Mogwai for Christmas. He names it Gizmo, but discovers there are various strange rules to care for it. When he breaks them, he accidentally unleashes a wave on monsters called Gremlins on his small town.

Yukon Cornelius from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Yukon Cornelius from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

In Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Yukon Cornelius is a bearded Arctic prospector who Rudolph and Hermey meet while they’re trying to avoid the Abominable Snowmonster. He digs the ice and tastes the tip of his pickaxe, seemingly looking for silver or gold, but it turns out that he’s actually mining for peppermint candy.

Steve Smith from American Dad

Steve Smith from American Dad

In American Dad, Steven Anita Smith (voiced by Scott Grimes) is the son of Francine and Stan Smith. Steve has an older sister Hayley. They reside at Langley Falls, Virginia. The family also includes a fish named Klaus and an alien named Roger.

John Deacon as Ena Sharples in "I Want To Break Free"

John Deacon as Ena Sharples in “I Want To Break Free”

Queen’s 1984 video for their song, “I Want To Break Free” featured the foursome dressed in drag as characters from “Coronation Street” a long-running soap opera from the United Kingdom. This includes John Deacon as Ena Sharples. Unfortunately, MTV execs and fans in the United States didn’t get it and it caused a minor controversy, stalling their career stateside, until at least the early 90s, after frontman, Freddie Mercury’s death. The video is now considered a camp classic.