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Ashley O from Black Mirror

Ashley O (Miley Cyrus), full name Ashley Ortiz, is a Grammy-winning pop singer in Black Mirror season 5, episode 3, entitled “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too”. Adopted and managed by her aunt, Ashley O becomes disillusioned with her saccharine image and crass commercialization, forcing her aunt to take extreme measures to keep the money train rolling.

Kyoka Jiro

In My Hero Academia / Boku no Hero Academia, Kyoka Jiro is an aloof student in Class 1-A training to become a pro hero. Her quirk, Earphone Jack, is long earphone jack-like earlobes that can be plugged into objects to listen to sounds. For her hero costume, you should use the red face paint to draw red triangles under your eyes, and strategically add some rips to her salmon-colored shirt at the collar and hem.

Aziraphale from Good Omens

Aziraphale from Good Omens

In Good Omens, Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) is an angel who’s lived on Earth since the beginning of creation. He now owns a used bookshop in England. He teams up with demon Crowley to stop the apocalypse, having grown comfortable with a simple life on Earth.

Crowley from Good Omens

Crowley from Good Omens

In Good Omens, based on the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Crowley (David Tennant) is a demon who’s lived on Earth since the beginning of creation. In fact, he is the snake who originally tempted Eve with an apple in the garden of Eden. Crowley works opposite the angel Aziraphale to prevent the coming of the antichrist and the end of times, since starting to enjoy his cozy life on Earth.

Goldface from The Flash

Goldface from The Flash

In CW’s The Flash, Goldface (Damion Poitier) is a more grounded version of the comic book counterpart. While he can still turn any part of his body into organic gold, making him nearly invulnerable, he’s no longer equipped with a golden spacesuit. Instead, he dresses in all black and sporting a massive gold chain necklace that he uses as a weapon on occasion.

Vanya Hargreeves aka White Violin from The Umbrella Academy

Vanya Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Vanya Hargreeves (Ellen Page), aka Number Seven, is best known as the White Violin. She is a meek violinist who has no interest in the academy and is alienated from her siblings. It turns out she has the most powerful ability of all, which has long been suppressed by her father Reginald with the help of drugs.

The Witness from Love, Death, and Robots

The Witness from Love, Death, & Robots

In the third episode of LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS called “The Witness”, a woman who just gets off her shift at a strip club witnesses a brutal murder across from the hotel she’s staying at. When the murderer spots her, a game of cat-and-mouse begins through the streets of a surreal city. For the Witness’s makeup, apply makeup messily on your face and sparkly purple paint liberally on your arms.

Grace Hargreeves aka Mom from The Umbrella Academy

Grace Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Grace Hargreeves (Jordan Claire Robbins), better known as Mom, is the adoptive mother of the Umbrella Academy kids. She is actually a robot built by Reginald after Vanya kept killing their nannies using her powers.

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Diego Hargreeves (David Castañeda) is Number Two. The rebellious troublemaker of the family, he has the power to hold his breath and control the trajectory of any object he throws, with knives being his weapon of choice.

Number Five from The Umbrella Academy

Number Five from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Number Five (Aidan Gallagher) is a boy who has the ability to jump through space and time. But there are consequences to his time-traveling, including that it messes with the rate at which he ages. After jumping to the post-apocalyptic future, he returns to the present to change the world’s fate. For the costume, it’s best to sew the red trim to the blazer hem and pockets, but fabric glue would work in a pinch.