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Kevin from Ed, Edd n Eddy

The most popular and most athletic kid in the cul de sac, Kevin is the primary antagonist of Ed, Edd n Eddy. He frequently bullies and demeans the Eds, and often thwarts their schemes for quarters and jawbreakers.

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.

Timmy Turner

Born to negligent parents and cursed with an evil babysitter, miserable Timmy Turner is granted the guardianship of two fairy god parents, Cosmo Julie Cosma and Wanda Venus Fairywinkle-Cosma, who grant his every wish in Fairly Odd Parents.

Brock

Brock is the leader of the Pewter City gym and a master of rock-type Pokemon. He travels the countryside alongside his companions Misty and Ash, the latter of which he supports in the goal of becoming the Pokemon champion. That is, when he’s not falling in love with every girl he sees.

Double D

Edd, most commonly referred to as Double D, is the smartest kid in the cul de sac and the brains of the Ed trio. Because of his timid and polite nature, he is often persuaded by Eddy to build complex and impressive machines in order to scam the other children of the cul de sac.

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).