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Donny Blaze from She-Hulk

Donny Blaze (Rhys Coiro) is a character in the Marvel Disney+ show, She-Hulk. He is a stage magician and former Master of the Mystic Arts. After misuse, he was banned from the order of sorcerers, yet still uses these abilities in his performances, where he sends show volunteers through portals. Wong seeks to prosecute him for this with Jennifer Walters (aka She-Hulk) as his lawyer. He refuses a cease and desist, so they go to court. Since there was no written agreement, the judge deems he can still use his powers. His careless, conceited schemes comes back to bite him when he releases a hoard of flying goblins through a portal, which requires Wong and She-Hulk to clean up his mess.

Honest John from Pinocchio (2022)

J. Worthington Foulfellow, better known as Honest John (voiced by Keegan-Michael Key), is an anthropomorphic fox and con artist in the 2022 live-action remake of Pinocchio.  Honest John is charismatic as can be, and eventually convinces Pinocchio to join Stromboli after trapping Jiminy Cricket in a jar so he can’t intervene.  Honest John’s outfit is a hodgepodge of different elements.  First, you’ll need plaid pants and a red jacket as well as a blue and gold shawl fashioned like a cape with a gold chain to hold it in place.  Though your first instinct may be to get brown plaid dress pants, a pair of pajama bottoms may better emulate the bagginess of Honest John’s movie look.  You’ll also need a fox mask, tail, and slippers to pair with your outfit.  The finishing touches include a top hat, cane, and white gloves with ruffled cuffs.

Madisynn from She-Hulk

Madisynn (Patty Guggenheim) is a character in the Disney+ Marvel series, She-Hulk. Her name is Madisynn with a “Y” but not where you think it is. She first appears as a volunteer in Donny Blaze’s magic show, tipsy off her martini. His misuse of the Mystic Arts sends her through a portal to another dimension, where she meets Wong. She testifies against Blaze as a victim of his crimes. She also claims she made a deal with a demon that she can’t disclose (Mephisto, perhaps?) Madisynn quickly became a fan favorite, notably for the post-credit scene where she watches The Sopranos with Wong, whom she affectionately calls “Wongers.”

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Captain Carter

Captain Carter is a character in Marvel’s What If…? streaming on Disney+. She stars in the first episode of the animated series, titled “What If…Captain Carter were the first Avenger?” In this universe, Peggy Carter receives the super soldier serum instead of Steve, thus becoming the hero dubbed Captain Carter. As opposed to Captain America’s stars and stripes, this costume uses a Union Jack as its emblem as a nod to Peggy’s background. She even has her own matching shield. Hayley Atwell, who portrays Peggy Carter in the movies, voices her animated counterpart. Spoilers: Hayley makes a cameo in Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness as a live action Captain Carter.

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Mr. Knight

Mr. Knight is a character in the Marvel Disney+ series, Moon Knight. He is the alter ego of Steven Grant, who is another alias and identity of Marc Spector, portrayed by Oscar Isaac. The titular hero encompasses three individuals — Marc, Steven, and (spoiler!) Jake Lockley — who serves as the avatar of the Egyptian god, Khonshu. While sharing the same moon emblem and glowing eyes of the hero suit, this look better fits Steven’s posh persona.

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Maya Lopez from Hawkeye

Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) is a character in the new Marvel series, Hawkeye, streaming on Disney+. She is an athlete and martial artist. After the death of her father at what she believes are the hands of Ronin, she sets out for revenge. She commands the Tracksuit Mafia with Kazi as her right hand man. Maya is deaf and uses ASL to communicate. This parallels Clint Barton’s own hearing impairment introduced in the show. In the comics, she known as Echo, for she can replicate her opponent’s moves. Tie your hair into a low ponytail and go for a bronze smokey eye look.

Clint Barton from Hawkeye

Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) is a main character in the new Marvel series, Hawkeye, streaming on Disney+. When the Avenger finds his murderous past as Ronin coming to haunt him, a trip to New York during Christmas turns into confronting old enemies. Reluctantly partnering up with Kate Bishop, another master archer, he plans to take down the tracksuit mafia once and for all. However, it’s all bigger than they imagined, for the head of the operation is revealed to be none other than Kingpin. The show introduced Clint’s deafness from the comic with a hearing aid.

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Kate Bishop from Hawkeye

Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) is a main character in the new Marvel series, Hawkeye, streaming on Disney+. She is the daughter of Eleanor Bishop. After seeing Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), save New York at age twelve, Kate made it her goal to become a hero too. Ten years later, she’s a prodigy in fencing, martial arts, and of course, archery. When Kate dons the Ronin suit to escape a suspicious auction, Clint finds her and together, they partner up against the tracksuit mafia. However, this endeavor might concern a crime syndicate larger than the pair imagined. Talkative and enthusiastic, Kate hopes to coax Clint out of his shell so he can inspire others as an Avenger.

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Kingpin from Hawkeye

Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, is a known antagonist in the Marvel universe. He first appeared in the live action adaptations in the Daredevil Netflix series. At the end of the Hawkeye series on Disney+, he’s revealed as the overarching villain behind the scenes of the moving company. He was secretly in cahoots with Eleanor Bishop to kill Clint Barton. Vincent D’Onofrio portrays this menacing crime lord in both stories (though voiced by Liev Schreiber in the animated movie Into the Spider-Verse). After the standoff between Maya and Kingpin, some presume he is dead — or is he?

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Track Suit Mafia

Trust a bro! The Tracksuit Mafia are the antagonists in the Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye comics as well as the Disney+ show of the same name. They consist of aggressive yet amusing Russian henchmen who work under Sloan Limited, run by liaison Kazi. They answer to him as well as Maya, as she is the daughter of their former leader (but the real crime syndicate is overseen by Kingpin). Ronin had a bone to pick with the mafia, leading them to attack Kate Bishop, who wore the suit following the black market auction.