Men

Pluto from Us

In Us, Pluto is the tethered character for Jason Wilson (Evan Alex). He is Jason’s doppelganger who, along with a red jumpsuit, wears a white mask to hide the extensive burn scars on his face. Jason realizes that Pluto mirrors his movements, and figures out a way to use that to his advantage when Pluto and the rest of his group intrude the Wilson’s home and hold them captive.

Kingpin from Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Kingpin (voiced by Liev Schreiber) is the street name of Wilson Fisk, a crime lord and arch-nemesis of Spider-Man. He is immense in stature, both figuratively and physically, and seems to be made up of pure muscle. For this costume, trawl your local thrift store for the absolute largest black suit and skinniest black necktie that you can find.

Aziraphale from Good Omens

Aziraphale from Good Omens

In Good Omens, Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) is an angel who’s lived on Earth since the beginning of creation. He now owns a used bookshop in England. He teams up with demon Crowley to stop the apocalypse, having grown comfortable with a simple life on Earth.

John Blyth Barrymore

John Blyth Barrymore in 07/27/1978

John Blyth Barrymore is an American film and television actor. He is known for his role as Zeke in the 1970s television series Kung Fu, but he has gained meme popularity due to his role in the Lasagna Cat video 07/27/1978, where he speaks for an hour in one uninterrupted take analyzing a Garfield comic strip where Garfield steals Jon Arbuckle’s pipe.

Drunk Thor from Avengers: Endgame

Drunk Thor in Avengers: Endgame

In Avengers: Endgame, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is now an overweight alcoholic who leaves in seclusion in New Asgard, Norway. Depressed after the Avengers’ defeat at the hand of Thanos, who has wiped out half of civilization, he spends his days drinking beer and playing Fortnite. The Norse god of Thunder, now drunk and overweight, bears a striking resemblance to The Dude from Big Lebowski, both in appearance and lifestyle.

Crowley from Good Omens

Crowley from Good Omens

In Good Omens, based on the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Crowley (David Tennant) is a demon who’s lived on Earth since the beginning of creation. In fact, he is the snake who originally tempted Eve with an apple in the garden of Eden. Crowley works opposite the angel Aziraphale to prevent the coming of the antichrist and the end of times, since starting to enjoy his cozy life on Earth.

Goldface from The Flash

Goldface from The Flash

In CW’s The Flash, Goldface (Damion Poitier) is a more grounded version of the comic book counterpart. While he can still turn any part of his body into organic gold, making him nearly invulnerable, he’s no longer equipped with a golden spacesuit. Instead, he dresses in all black and sporting a massive gold chain necklace that he uses as a weapon on occasion.

Brandon Breyer from Brightburn

Brandon Breyer from Brightburn

In Brightburn, Brandon Breyer (Jackson A. Dunn) is a baby from the stars with superpowers who is taken in by a couple. They attempt to raise him to use his powers for good, much like Superman, but an evil begins to grow in him that he eventually unleashes, much to everyone’s horror.

white and nerdy weird al

White and Nerdy Weird Al

White and Nerdy is a persona of Weird Al Yankovic
shown in the music video for the titular song from his 2006 album Straight Outta Lynwood. The look and song is a parody of Chamillionaire’s hit song “Ridin’ Dirty.”

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Diego Hargreeves (David Castañeda) is Number Two. The rebellious troublemaker of the family, he has the power to hold his breath and control the trajectory of any object he throws, with knives being his weapon of choice.