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Queen Maeve from The Boys

Queen Maeve (Maggie Shaw) is a character in the Amazon TV series The Boys. Maeve is a member of The Seven, a group of “superheroes” who have become morally corrupt and use their powers to do more harm than good. Despite her cynicism, Maeve proves to be more self-aware and principled than the rest of her team. Her powers include super strength, agility, resilience, and stealth. Maeve’s name originates from the warrior Queen Medb of old Irish Mythology. Her armor evokes the image of an ancient warrior princess (think Xena and Wonder Woman), featuring an intertwining maroon and gunmetal breastplate design with a herringbone pattern on the skirt and cross-body straps. If accuracy is your priority, you’ll want to check out the full Queen Maeve cosplay armor by CosSuits. If you like the creative journey of piecing together a costume from scratch, browse through the shopping list below for some Maeve-inspired items!

Susie from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

In Amazon Prime’s comedy-drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Alex Borstein portrays Susie Myerson, the grouchy yet lovable talent manager for Midge Maisel. Midge and Susie are opposites in every way. Midge is naïve and bold, while Susie is cynical and practical; Midge owns over a hundred frocks of different shapes and colors, while Susie puts on the same black leather jacket every day. This stark contrast makes the pair perfect for cosplay. Susie keeps it simple, tough, and masculine, always topping her look off with a signature newsboy cap. When cosplaying Susie, throw in the plunger prop for a clever reference to her charade in the Catskills in Season 2.

Midge From Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Midge from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

In Amazon Prime’s comedy-drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Miriam (Midge) is a Jewish-American housewife living in 1950’s New York City. With her impeccable wardrobe, elegant home, rigorous beauty regimen, and a family of her own, she appears to have everything figured out. But when life takes an unexpected turn for the worst, she discovers a hidden talent for stand-up comedy and hits the road to stardom with her amateur talent manager Susie Myerson. Midge flaunts countless iconic looks throughout the series, but nothing says Mrs. Maisel more than the all-pink ensemble from the show’s first episode. This costume will have you screaming “We got the Rabbi!” outside your local deli.

Mark Grayson

Mark Grayson, aka Invincible, is the protagonist of the eponymous comic book series and animated show. He is the son of Nolan Grayson, aka Omni-Man, and Debbie Grayson. Due his father’s lineage, Mark is half-Viltrumite, and thus possesses similar powers. This includes super speed, super strength, and the ability to fly. As he steps into his new identity as Invincible, Mark must balance his normal teenage life with protecting the Earth. Walking Dead star Steven Yeun voices Mark in the show, now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Rex Splode from Invincible

Rex Splode is a character in the animated and comic book series, Invincible. As a child, he was taken away and enhanced with the ability to change molecules to make any object explosive. In the beginning, he is Atom Eve’s boyfriend, but it’s an unhappy relationship. She breaks up with Rex after she catches him cheating with DupliKate. He has a pretty intolerable personality, and rightfully gets put in his place by Monster Girl. However, they make amends and form a friendship, to which Robot thinks they are flirting — thus using Rex’s DNA to emulate a human form. Creepy. Jason Mantzoukas, who has made appearances in various NBC sitcoms such as The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Parks and Rec, voices this character in the show now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Cecil Steadman from Invincible

Cecil Steadman is a character in the animated and comic book series, Invincible. He is a government agent in charge of the Global Defense Agency. Upon the slaughter of the Guardians, he attempts to find the killer with the help of Damien Darkblood. When it’s clear Omni-Man is the culprit, he teams up with Debbie to spy on him and Mark. They learn Omni Man wants to conquer Earth, and Cecil says Mark may be their only hope to stop him. Famous actor Walton Goggins voices Cecil in the show now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Monster Girl from Invincible

Monster Girl is a character in the comic book and animated series, Invincible. She’s hand-picked by Robot to be part of the new Guardians of the Globe. Her ability is monstrous transformation, giving her incredible brute strength. However, this power is a curse; every time she uses it, she becomes a year younger. After Rex teases her appearance, she transforms into a giant green monster and rightfully beats him up. We discover Robot has been closely studying her physiology. Grey DeLisle voices Monster Girl (and Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender!) in the show now streaming on Amazon Prime. Brush out the bangs for the ponytail wig and trim them just above your eyebrows. You can skip the wig if you have brown hair and bangs already.

William Clockwell from Invincible

William Clockwell is a character in the comic book and animated series, Invincible. He is a student at Reginald Vel Johnson high school, and his best friend is Mark Grayson. He is also friends with Eve Wilkins and Amber Bennett. He is openly gay in the comics and the show. Broadway star Andrew Rannells voices William in the show now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Atom Eve from Invincible

Samantha Eve Wilkins, aka Atom Eve, is a character in the comic book and animated series, Invincible. She is a member of the Teen Team. Her ability is atom manipulation, which manifests in telekinesis, regeneration, and flight. Like Mark, she balances being a superhero with a normal life, and she attends high school as Eve Wilkins. To the disappointment of her parents, Eve rejects college and instead leaves to use her powers to help the world. Gillian Jacobs, who you may recall as Britta in Community, voices Eve in the show now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Omni-Man

Nolan Grayson, aka Omni-Man, is a main character in the comic book and animated series, Invincible. He comes from the planet Viltrum, and his kind uses their super abilities to protect other planets. On Earth, Nolan is known as Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero. When he falls in love with Debbie, they start a family and raise their son, Mark Grayson. He trains his son on how to harness his inherited powers and become a hero like him under the moniker Invincible. However, after he murders the Guardians of the Globe, the audience realizes he’s up to something more sinister. J.K. Simmons voices Omni-Man in the animated series, which is a perfect casting choice given his appearance as J. Jonah Jameson in the Spiderman movies.