Men

Elijah Price from Glass

In Unbreakable and Glass, Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) is the alter ego assumed by Elijah Price, an intelligent comic book enthusiast with Type I osteogenesis imperfecta who is revealed to be a mass murderer and the mastermind behind the train crash involving David Dunn. Mr. Glass uses purple prominently as his supervillain color.

Frank West from Dead Rising 1

When Frank West is first introduced in Dead Rising 1, he is a determined and unpredictable photojournalist always on the lookout for the next big (and likely dangerous) scoop. Once he is thrown into the zombie infected town of Wilamette on assignment, he begins to uncover a sinister government cover up and becomes embroiled in it himself. Frank’s outfit is sensible, making it easy to run and fight his way out of Wilamette when necessary. If you do not already own a high-quality camera like the one Frank uses, a simple phone case made to look like one can lend the same aesthetic.

Police Officer from HBO's Watchmen

Police Officer from HBO’s Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, officers of the Tulsa P.D. must hide their identities from the Seventh Kavalry and other terrorist organizations. The standard uniforn not only protects their families; it also creates a rather intimidating picture. With a yellow face mask, heavy duty boots, and cable ties for restraining the bad guys, they are always ready to serve and protect.

Chris Sacca from Shark Tank

Chris Sacca

Chris Sacca is a prominent Silicon Valley tech investor who made his millions through his firm Lowercase Capital with early-stage investments in startups like Twitter, Instagram, Kickstarter, and of course, Uber. Chris has made numerous guest appearances on the show Shark Tank, always donning his trademark black cowboy style while closing deals with Shark Tank entrepreneurs.

Rin Okumura from Blue Exorcist

Rin Okumura from Blue Exorcist

In Blue Exorcist, Rin Okumura is the son of Satan. In his demonic form, blue flames emanate from his head, he has long elf-like ears, and his eyes have red pupils with blue irises. Although Rin can be violent and gets into many fights, beneath all that he has a kind heart and is full of compassion.

Sal Fisher from Sally Face

Sal Fisher from Sally Face

In the indie adventure game Sally Face, Sal Fisher is a boy with a prosthetic face and mysterious past. When Sal and his father move into a new apartment with odd neighbors and a crime scene, misfortune awaits them. Sal sometimes keeps his blue hair in pigtails, wears two piercings in each ear, and has ripped knees in his pants.

Phoenix Buchanan from Paddington 2

Phoenix Buchanan

In Paddington 2, Phoenix Buchanan (Hugh Grant) is an egostical ex-actor on the West End who now resorts to dog food commercials to make ends meet. Using one of his many disguises and his acting chops, Phoenix steals a special pop-up book of London from an antique shop that Paddington Brown has been saving up as a 100th birthday present for his Aunt Lucy.

Bartles & Jaymes

Bartles & Jaymes

Frank Bartles & Ed Jaymes are the beloved mascots of Barltes & Jaymes, E&J Gallo’s brand of wine cooler popular in the 80s. Bartles and Jaymes are based on the founders of the company, and are portrayed as two older folksy gentlemen who sit on a porch and chit chat.

Pajama Sam

Pajama Sam

Pajama Sam is a point and click adventure and puzzle game released in 1996. It features a young boy (voiced by Pamela Adlon) with an active imagination who befriends many anthropomorphic inanimate objects on his adventures.

Lee Scoresby from His Dark Materials

Lee Scoresby from His Dark Materials

In His Dark Materials, Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) is a skilled aëronaut balloonist. He’s hired by the Gyptians to safely transport Lyra Belacqua to Svalbard. Lee’s dæmon is an arctic hare named Hester.