south park

Clyde Donovan from South Park

Clyde Donovan (voiced primarily by Trey Parker) is a student at South Park Elementary and part of Craig‘s gang on the long-running animated series South Park.  He is considered the “second fattest kid” after Eric Cartman.  Clyde has messy brown hair and is typically seen in a red coat with blue trim and often wears matching blue mittens.  Finding an exact match for his jacket can be tricky, but you can emulate his costuming by using a blue scarf and tucking it in at the front.

Craig Tucker from South Park

Craig Tucker (voiced by Matt Stone) is a character on the long-running Comedy Central series South Park. Craig is the leader of Craig’s Gang, which includes his friend Clyde Donovan.  Craig wears a blue hat and matching jacket with high-waisted black pants he has adopted in more recent seasons. Craig is portrayed as stoic and mature and along with his eventual boyfriend Tweek Tweak is one of the only openly gay characters on the show.  To recreate his signature hat, you may need to get a little crafty with either some thread or a glue gun to affix blue ties and a yellow pompom to a blue hat.

mysterion from south park

Mysterion from South Park

Mysterion (voiced by Matt Stone) is the secret vigilante identity of Kenny McCormick on the adult cartoon series South Park.  Recreating Mysterion’s look might take a little preparation and effort, but it will make for a kickass costume once complete.  First, you’ll need to find a question mark headband.  It’s difficult to find one in green, so get the lightest shade possible and paint over it instead.  Use the same paint to adorn the front of your light purple jumpsuit with a capital ‘M.’  Cut a hole large enough to fit the question mark through the top of your hood (since these headbands are sold in a two-pack, you can paint one and use the other to measure the hole).  Then, once the headband is dry, put on your black eye mask first, then the question mark headband, and carefully slip the hood over top.  After that, all that’s left is to layer the white briefs and belt over your jumpsuit, pull on your boots and gloves, and dash off to keep the citizens of South Park safe!

Kenny McCormick

Lovable and dirty-minded, Kenny comes from the poorest family in South Park and is often ridiculed for it by his friends. Because of his tightly zipped up coat and hood, Kenny’s voice is very muffled and often hard to understand. However, the character’s trademark is indisputably his incessant habit of being brutally killed over and over again.

Kyle Broflovski

Kyle Broflovski is the undeniable moral voice of reason in South Park. His end-of-episode wrap-up speeches about “what we’ve all learned today” have become a running joke in the show, with most characters sick of his preachy and holier-than-thou attitude. Still, Kyle always tries to do the right thing, not matter how often he is scoffed for it.

Randy Marsh

Randy Marsh is the goofy and eccentric father to Stan Marsh. A geologist by trade but an alcoholic mischief-maker in his free time, Randy often finds himself caught up in whatever shenanigans his son and his friends are busy with, only to a more passionate degree and with the resources of a financially stable adult man. Put a pencil and a pen or two in the pocket protector to achieve full Randy accuracy.

Stan Marsh

Arguably the most “normal” of the main South Park four, Stan Marsh has often served as the voice of logical reason throughout the show’s many seasons. The town of South Park’s well-being is constantly being terrorized by one threat or another, and when the town’s adults are too oblivious (or drunk) to do anything about it, Stan and his group of friends are left to reluctantly save the day. For Stan’s pants and shoes, any blue pants and black shoes will do the trick.

Reality

In South Park, Reality is personified as an accented magician who comes to destroy people’s Internet safe spaces and give them tough love on life.

PC Principal

In South Park, PC Principal is the new principal at South Park Elementary. As an alumni member of the PCA frat house, he’s both politically correct and prone to violent outbursts. He shames and bullies others until they learn to check their privilege, going as far as to break Cartman’s bones.

Professor Chaos

In South Park, Professor Chaos is the alter ego that Butters takes on after he’s exiled from the crew for being too uncool. As Professor Chaos, he spreads discord in the world by doing things like spraying aerosol cans to destroy the atmosphere, and no doubt wasting lots of aluminum foil.