magician

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.

Asra Alnazar from The Arcana: A Mystic Romance – Love Story

Asra Alnazar is a powerful magician from the mobile game The Arcana: A Mystic Romance – Love Story.  Asra is very fond of the Apprentice, as well as being one of their six potential romantic partners.  Asra is also friends with Muriel, as they both grew up together as orphans on the Docks, and a colleague of Julian Devorak, as they worked together to find a cure for the Red Plague.  Asra has white hair and wears a shirt open at the chest.  While traveling, he dons a patterned sleeveless coat as well as a black wide-brimmed hat with a brightly colored feather.  If you can’t find a single feather to fit the bill, consider layering several colorful feathers together.

Olivia Wenscombe

In the Prestige, Olivia Wenscombe (Scarlet Johansson) is the assistant and the lover of magician, Robert Angier. She is sent to spy on his rival, Alfred Borden, but only serves to fuel the feud by playing both magicians against each other. Set in 19th century London, Olivia’s costumes include bustiers and corsets with embellishments, stockings, and other accessories commonly found on burlesque dancers.

Alfred Borden

In The Prestige, Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) is a working-class magician who is engaged in a dangerous rivalry with another magician, Robert Angier. Based on the real-life magicians, Borden’s clothing reflects a modest lifestyle in Victorian England.

Robert Angier

in the film, The Prestige, Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman), “The Great Danton,” is an aristocratic, 19th century musician who develops a dangerous rivalry with another magician, Alfred Borden. Based on the real-life magician from London, his costumes are typical of what a wealthy man would’ve worn in Victorian England.

Bombshell Zatanna

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where the female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Zatanna is a magician modeled after the classic pinups of the 1940’s.

Zatanna

In the DC Comics, Zatanna is a superhero who uses magic as her superpower, at times working for the Justice League of America. Daughter of the legendary Zatara, she summons spells by speaking words and sentences backwards.

Magic Shia LaBeouf

On Saturday Night Live, Shia LaBeouf plays a fanciful magician. His most famous act is taking your age and subtracting 2. Add 2 again, and you get your real age. Magic!

GOB Bluth

In Arrested Development, GOB is a longsuffering magician that can never seem to master his “illusions.” His doves die, his sleeves squirt lighter fluid, and his escape acts land him in the hospital. He likes his baggy magician’s garb to blow in the breeze as he dances across the stage to the synth strains of Europe’s “The Final Countdown.”

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

Burt Wonderstone is a world famous magician with a flamboyant streak. When his fame starts to fade, he’s forced to reckon with the up-and-coming street act of the dark and mysterious Steve Gray.