Men

Tanooki Mario

The Tanooki Suit allows Mario all the powers of Raccoon Mario – flight, tail whip, and gliding. But additionally, the Tanooki allows him to take the form of a stone statue and become invulnerable. Introduced in Super Mario Bros. 3, it is one of the most coveted power-ups.

Count Dooku

Count Dooku, played by the legendary Sir Christopher Lee, is a major antagonist in the Star Wars universe. He appears as the main antagonist in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones a minor antagonist in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and a recurring character in the animated Clone Wars series. Count Dooku used to be a Jedi Master, and was even trained by the great Yoda, however after the death of Dooku’s former Padawan, Qui-Gon Jinn, he turned to the Dark Side

Killmonger from Black Panther

Killmonger

In Black Panther, Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), full name Erik Stevens or N’Jadaka, is a special ops soldier trying to overthrow his cousin T’Challa, who is the Black Panther and king of Wakanda. Killmonger has very different views on how Wakanda should be ruled.

Gaara

In the anime TV series Naruto, Gaara is a ninja-in-training from the sand village Suna and, at first, the rival of titular character Naruto. He is a dark, solitary boy who grew up alone in his village because he carries within him the powerful and monstrous One-Tailed Shukaku. Because of this he vowed to live for himself alone, killing those who crossed his path. In Part 1 of the series he wears a black outfit with a white sash and carries his signature sand gourd on his back. For his brown sash, use a piece of thick fabric for the main part and then sew on stripes of faux leather with a silver buckle at each end.

Ray Gillette

Ray is one of the field agents at ISIS, or The International Secret Intelligence Service, located in New York City. Ray is openly homosexual, often referencing his lifestyle humorously in the show’s trademark banter. He is a highly-skilled agent, however is gravely injured often – until Krieger fixes him up.

Joey Wheeler

Joey Wheeler (Wayne Grayson / Hiroki Takahashi) is one of the main protagonists in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, and is one of the close friends of Yugi Muto and Téa Gardner. He is also a love interest for one of the gang’s Duel Monsters rivals, Mai Valentine. In the English dub, Joey speaks with a very noticeable New York accent that accentuates his tough-guy attitude and demeanor. Despite this, he is quite affectionate towards his friends and family.

tall man from phantasm

The Tall Man from Phantasm

The Tall Man is the antagonist of the 1979 horror film Phantasm and its sequels. In all of his appearances, the Tall Man has been portrayed by the late Angus Scrimm. He poses as a mortician so that he can create an army of reanimated shrunken corpses and is iconic for his Sentinels, chrome spheres that kill using all sorts of drills and knives.

silver shamrock kids

Silver Shamrock Kids from Halloween III

While Halloween III: Season of the Witch may be lacking Michael Myers, it’s still a fantastic film perfect for the season. The horror in Halloween III comes from Silver Shamrock, a company which makes Halloween masks for children, secretly plotting using them to kill them all in a Satanic ritual on Halloween night. There are three masks featured, skeleton, pumpkin, and witch.

Umehito Nekozawa

The mysterious president of the Black Magic Club, Umehito Nekozawa (Patrick Seitz / Yuji Ueda), is a side character in Ouran High School Host Club. While coming off as a bit spooky, Nekozawa is merely a shy and misunderstood character who could do to have better social skills. He is never seen without Beelzenef, his catlike hand puppet. Nekozawa suffers from a rare condition that leaves him very sensitive to sunlight, so he generally stays hidden under his dark cloak and hides his blonde hair under a dark wig.

trick r treat sam

Sam from Trick R Treat

Trick ‘r Treat is a 2007 anthology dark comedy horror film written and directed by Michael Dougherty. It relates four Halloween horror stories with a common element in Sam, a mysterious child trick-or-treater wearing shabby orange footie pajamas with a burlap sack over his head. Two options for masks depending on which version you want to dress as.