Jonah from Mystery Science Theater 3000

In the not too distant future, Jonah Heston takes over as the human test subject in the renewal of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The first episode explains he was formerly an ore transporter and inventor for Gizmonic Institute. A perceived emergency brings him to a moon station, but it was a trick from the new villains! He is then transported to the original spaceship to renew the torture. Like Joel, he will be forced to watch bad sci-fi movies until he goes insane. Fortunately, the original robots are there to provide humor and companionship. Jonah hosted the show from 2017-2018.

Darkwing from Invincible

Darkwing is a character in the animated and comic book series, Invincible. His real identity is a secret, but his resemblance to Batman is quite uncanny. He is a member of the original Guardians of the Globe. His powers include gadgetry, namely with magnetic bombs, grappling hooks, and a hoverboard in his arsenal. He is also skilled at hand to hand combat. Like the other Guardians, Darkwing is betrayed and murdered by Omni-Man. Lennie James voices this character on the show now streaming on Amazon Prime.

phil and lil deville from rugrats

Phil and Lil DeVille from Rugrats

Phil and Lil DeVille (both voiced bath Kath Soucie) are the troublemaking twins of Betty and Howard DeVille on the Nickelodeon show Rugrats. Phil and Lil are alike in almost every way, including how they dress.  Their pink shirts and rubber-duck adorned shirts make for a fun and colorful costume for a couple or a pair of friends.


Duncan from Total Drama Island

Duncan was a contestant on Total Drama Island. He was a part of the Killer Bass. He is the quintessential bad boy with dyed hair and piercings who enjoys breaking the rules. In spite of his mean attitude and demeanor, Duncan is actually good at heart. He displays his kindness to help some of his teammates, which impresses the preppy Courtney. They soften towards each other and eventually begin a romantic relationship. He places fourth in the first series. In the spinoffs, he’s a finalist in Total Drama Action. He then appears in Total Drama-All Stars, and he was forced to return to Total Drama World Tour.

Joel from Mystery Science Theater 3000

In the not too distant future, there lives a man named Joel Robison, who is the main character of Mystery Science Theater 3000. He works at Gizmonic Institute as the janitor. His evil bosses shoot him into space and force him to watch cheesy science fiction movies. To try and remain sane, he builds sentient robots from old spaceship parts. Two of these bots, Crow and Tom Servo, watch the movies with Joel, and they all make wisecracks at the bad acting and storylines. The other two bots, GPC and Cambot, run production and camerawork. Joel is the first human test subject, and appears in the first 107 episodes before Mike takes his place.

Kayaga Ubuyashiki

Kayaga Ubuyashiki is a character in the hit anime Demon Slayer. He is the 97th leader of the Demon Slayer Corps, whose family established the organization. As a distant relative of Muzan, his entire bloodline is cursed with a disease. The hashira bow in his presence and hold him in the utmost regard. In the manga, Kayaga sacrifices himself to Muzan with a massive explosion that destroyed his house and killed three of his children. The two daughters pictured here are the eldest set of twins, Hinaki and Nichika, not to be confused with Kuina and Kanata.

Noah from Total Drama Island

Noah was a contestant in the original Total Drama Island. He was part of the Screaming Gophers. While he’s intelligent and witty, he comes off as sarcastic and pessimistic. He finds the physical antics of the show laughable and refuses to participate in them, making him lazy in the eyes of the other campers. His cynical attitude doesn’t attract many friends, though he finds an ally in Owen. For this reason, he’s voted off early on. In the spinoffs, Noah stars in Total Drama World Tour, Revenge of the Island, and the Ridonculous Race.

elrond the hobbit character

Elrond in The Hobbit

Elrond is a minor character in The Hobbit. He is the wise and noble half-elf who rules Rivendell, as its original founder. He is also the father of Arwen. He offers shelter to  Bilbo Baggins and his company of dwarves. He befriends Bilbo and gives him advice for his quest. When Bilbo leaves The Shire for good, Elrond gives him permanent residence in Rivendell. In the film adaptation, Hugo Weaving plays this role. Elrond appears again with a more pivotal role in Lord of the Rings. 

jake park from dead by daylight

Jake Park from Dead by Daylight

After being disowned by his rich family, Jake Park became a quiet survivalist, choosing to leave his life of privilege behind in favor of living off the grid.  As one of the original quartet of survivors in Dead by Daylight, he now uses his iron will, calm spirit, and knowledge of mechanics to survive against killers in the realms of the Entity.

Seiya from Aggretsuko

Seiya from Aggretsuko

Maybe he’s not real. And maybe he just wants you to buy him all the clothes and accessories his game has to offer. But Seiya (voiced by Yuki Kaji in Japanese and Gideo Emery in English) is just too pretty to resist. Besides, if you spend enough on DLC you get the special edition CD!

If you’d rather get Seiya’s look for yourself than send him off with all the goodies, start with shimmering makeup, a unicorn horn and a cotton candy-colored wig in pink and blue. Pair that with a pink suit, pink belt, white button down, white shoes, and yellow ascot for an ultra luxe look that’s all your own. CD not included.