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Alfons Heiderich from Fullmetal Alchemist The Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa

Alfons (voiced in Japanese by Shun Oguri and in English by Jason Liebrecht) is one of the secondary main characters in the follow-up movie to the 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist series, Conqueror of Shamballa.

He is a movie-only character, that Ed meets after being sent to Munich in 1921, and ends up boarding with. Alfons is a rocket scientist, and Alphonse Elric’s counterpart in that world.

Al has short, light blonde hair, and light blue eyes. He wears a plain white button-up shirt, black suspenders, and loose black slacks, with black loafers to finish the look.

Dabi from My Hero Academia

Dabi (voiced by Hiro Shimono and Jason Liebrecht) is a member of the League of Villains in the anime and manga series My Hero Academia.  Dabi’s Quirk allows him to wield blue flames.  His intense dislike for Pro Heroes and tendency toward destruction make him a powerful foe.  There are plenty of Dabi costume sets available for purchase if you’re looking for an easy way to recreate his look.  Depending on which point in the story you prefer, you may need to add either a white or black wig and boots.  You can also DIY his costume with a black frock coat, scoop neck t-shirt, black pants, and a silver belt.  For the burnt remnants of his skin, use purple body paint to cover large portions of your face, neck, and arms.  Then use a black body crayon to create the illusion of folds and wrinkles.  Lastly, use a small brush and metallic silver body paint to add the staples.

Finnian (Finny) from Kuroshitsuji

Finnian, also called Finny, (voiced in Japanese by Yuuki Kaji, and in English by Jason Liebrecht) is one of the important side characters in the anime Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler.

Finny is the gardener of the Phantomhive estate, serving under Ciel Phantomhive, and often does things disastrously wrong. He was a scientific test subject before being rescued and hired on to Ciel’s service, and as such is uncommonly strong to the point of being nearly superhuman.

He has golden blonde hair, kept short and fluffy with five red hairclips holding the bangs out of his face, and his eyes are a tealy-green. The outfit he wears is the outfit he gardens in, a cream colored long-sleeve shirt with a red trim on all the hems and collar, with a set of goldenrod plaid capri pants, finished off with dark socks and gardening boots with a red trim to match the shirt. He also has a waist pouch for gardening shears, a set of white gardening gloves, and a sun hat, that does the dual purpose of protecting him from the sun, as well as hiding his test subject number.

Yato from Noragami

Yato from Noragami

“Toss a coin to your wannabe god of fortune, happiness, and war,” says nobody ever, but that doesn’t stop Yato from giving his aspiration the old college try. This Noragami protagonist’s sense of fashion is contemporary for the time – in the present day, he sports a comfortable tracksuit, practical boots, and a funky gray-blue scarf (that’s supposedly an old bath towel). We eventually learn that Yato’s scared stiff that everyone will forget him, so let’s memorialize this character by re-creating his most popular outfit.