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Cutthroat from Akudama Drive

Cutthroat (voiced in Japanese by Takahiro Sakurai and in English by Matt Shipman) is one of the main characters in Akudama Drive, part of the akudama group that Swindler joins.

Out of the entire group that we follow through the series, Cutthroat is the top most wanted criminal in that universe, with an expected prison sentence of almost 1000 years, due to living up to the title, with nine hundred and ninety nine murders to date.

Cutthroat has a fixation with the color red as well as an intense bloodlust, and ends up quite devoted to Swindler, following her around and showing rather twisted gestures of affection.

With only the eyes being a standout feature, a rather hypnotic purple-pink color similar to Swindler’s, Cutthroat’s hair and outfit are all white, with a long inner shirt, a long jacket, loose shorts, and boots, as well as white hand bandages. Black long socks and the collar the akudama group all got are the only differently colored pieces.

Ryo Asuka from Devilman Crybaby

Ryo Asuka (voiced in Japanese by Ayumu Murase and in English by Kyle McCarley) is one of the main characters, as well as the primary antagonist later on in the series, of the Netflix adaption of Devilman Crybaby, along with Akira Fudo.

Ryo has been Akira’s best friend since they were children, but has always been different, in ways that are revealed later on in the show. He seems to care deeply for Akira, but is also highly manipulative to get results he wants to see, as well as causing catastrophic events for humanity as a whole.

In a slight departure from how he looks in other Devilman iterations, Ryo has much shorter hair than his other counterparts, while still being blonde with blue eyes. The main outfit we see him in during this series is a white, short sleeved button up shirt with a bulky, puffy looking long white coat over top, with matching white pants and shoes.

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Pete McGee from The Ghost and Molly McGee

Pete McGee (voiced by Jordan Klepper) is the father of Molly and Darryl on the Disney Channel series The Ghost and Molly McGee.  Pete is an anxious man with an optimistic streak.  A lover of smooth jazz, Pete is married to Sharon.  Pete wears light blue jeans and blue sneakers, with a dark green sweater layered over a button-down.  He also has a bit of five o’clock shadow, so put away the razor for a few days if you want to really sell the look.

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Usopp from One Piece

Usopp is a character in the One Piece manga & anime.  He is the son of Yasopp and Banchina. He is the sniper of the Straw Hat Pirates and a senior officer in the Straw Hat Grand Fleet. Born and raised in Syrup Village, Usopp served as a captain of the Usopp Pirates. He worked with the Straw Hats to defeat Kuro and the Black Cat Pirates, which earned him a spot on their crew. In spite of his cowardice, Usopp dreams of becoming a brave warrior of the sea like his father.

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Puff Puff Humbert from Your Favorite Martian

Puff Puff Humbert (voiced by Ray William Johnson) is the lead singer of the fictitious cartoon band at the heart of Your Favorite Martian.  Puff Puff’s design has undergone some changes over the years, particularly during a rebranding period for the show when it was revived in 2022.  His latest iteration includes spiky, asymmetrical hair, and black-framed glasses in an octagonal shape.  Top off your simple costume with a microphone and your favorite YFM tunes to really sell the experience.

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Dave Madson from davemadson’s LT Parodies

Dave Madson is the creative mind behind the YouTube channel and series davemadson’s LT parodies, a parody cartoon account.  Dave’s animation style is simplistic and relies on flat colors, making for an easy costume assembly.  To look like Dave from the LT parody episodes, you’ll need a black wig, red hat, grey shirt, and blue pants.  Top the outfit off with white high tops and black sunglasses.  If you’re not interested in growing a pencil mustache of your own, a black eyebrow pencil will suffice to draw one on.

Weird Al Yankovic from "Tacky"

Weird Al Yankovic in “Tacky”

In the parody of “Happy” by Pharrell, Weird Al Yankovic not only sings about fashion faux pas but dresses the part. Stripes with plaid, belt with suspenders, sandals with socks, Weird Al shows us in the music video for “Tacky” that no matter how badly it clashes, the uglier the better as long as you own it.

Donny Blaze from She-Hulk

Donny Blaze (Rhys Coiro) is a character in the Marvel Disney+ show, She-Hulk. He is a stage magician and former Master of the Mystic Arts. After misuse, he was banned from the order of sorcerers, yet still uses these abilities in his performances, where he sends show volunteers through portals. Wong seeks to prosecute him for this with Jennifer Walters (aka She-Hulk) as his lawyer. He refuses a cease and desist, so they go to court. Since there was no written agreement, the judge deems he can still use his powers. His careless, conceited schemes comes back to bite him when he releases a hoard of flying goblins through a portal, which requires Wong and She-Hulk to clean up his mess.

Gavin from Kids in the Hall

Gavin from The Kids in the Hall

Gavin (Bruce McCulloch) is a recurring character on the sketch comedy show The Kids in the Hall. He’s a precocious young boy who’ll talk your ear off, prattling about everything and nothing all at once. He’d annoy you if you didn’t feel pity for all his hardships, from the death of his mother to the death of his pet turtle named Mom.

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Drake Parker

Drake Parker (Drake Bell) is a main character in the Nickelodeon sitcom, Drake and Josh. He is the older brother of Megan Parker. When his mom remarries, he becomes the stepbrother of Josh Nichols. Whereas Josh cares about academic achievements, Drake slacks off in school. He’s not the sharpest tool in the shed, as he doesn’t seem to know there’s a “New” Jersey. Drake would rather play electric guitar and flirt with girls. At first, Drake tended to manipulate Josh’s kindness, but as the show progressed, he realizes he needs Josh in his life. As a result, Drake learns to be more responsible and selfless.