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Jughead Jones (Riverdale)

On The CW’s adaptation of the classic Archie comics, Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) is the story’s narrator and one of the main characters. The series begins after the murder of a classmate, the dissolution of a friendship between himself and Archie (KJ Apa), and the entrance of a new girl at school. Jughead and Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) start a relationship partway through Season 1. He’s rarely seen without his signature beanie.

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.

Batman (Adam West)

Batman (Adam West)

In the campy 1960s TV series, Batman (Adam West) fights crime in Gotham while reminding kids to do their homework, drink their milk, and buy U.S. savings bonds. This version wears the skin-tight body suit and underwear briefs of the classic superhero. The chunkier ’60s Batman logo is hard to find, so this later version will do in a pinch or you can always make your own.

Roger Klotz

Roger is the arch-nemesis of Doug and the primary antagonist of the show. A stereotypical bully, he goes out of his way to taunt or harass Doug whenever possible. Roger was held back several times, making him significantly older than the rest of the show’s characters.

Alan Rails

Alan Rails (Lance Reddick) was a member of the superhero group The Vindicators in Rick & Morty. After the tragic death of his parents in a freak train accident, he gained the ability to summon ghost trains and uses them as tools or weapons. He was married to fellow Vindicator, Supernova (Gillian Jacobs), up until their divorce due to an alleged affair between her and Million Ants (Tom Kenny).

Arthur Bailey from Blood Drive

In the dystopian grindhouse series Blood Drive, LAPD officer Arthur Bailey (Alan Ritchson), nicknamed “Barbie”, finds himself having to partner up with a femme fatale named Grace D’Argento to take part in a death race in which the cars run on human blood.

Myrcella Baratheon

As the assumed daughter of King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) and Queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Myrcella Baratheon (Nell Tiger Free) was a princess of Westeros. However, Myrcella and her blonde siblings were truthfully the children of an incestuous union between Cersei and her twin brother, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). She was sent to live in Dorne with the Martells up until her poisoning by a vengeful Ellaria Sand (Indira Varma).

Grace d'Argento from Blood Drive

Grace D’Argento from Blood Drive

In Blood Drive, Grace d’Argento (Christina Ochoa) is both a beauty and a beast. She’ll be innocently sucking on a lollipop one minute, then feeding you into her car’s blood engine the next. She rides alongside idealistic police officer Arthur Bailey. To capture Grace’s look, dress up in this clothing and then douse yourself in fake blood.

Comic Book Guy

The Simpsons’ Comic Book Guy is notoriously pedantic, annoying, and above all else, lonely. You may want to trim the wig a little bit to really capture his receding hairline. Also: grabbing a slushie from your local 7-Eleven on the way to your event would definitely help breathe authenticity into this cosplay.

Penelope Pitstop

Penelope Pitstop is a fictional character who appeared in the Hanna-Barbera animated series Wacky Races alongside Dick Dastardly and Muttley, and starred in the spin-off The Perils of Penelope Pitstop.