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Lube Man from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Lube Man is a mysterious character who wears reflective goggles and head-to-toe shiny silver body suit. When Angela Abar a.k.a. Sister Night discovers that he’s spying on her, she gives chase. But Lube Man makes a slick escape when he sprays himself with a slippery substance and then slides into a tiny sewer opening. For full accuracy with the bodysuit, cut out eye and mouth holes in its hood, and dip its fingers in black dye.

Eleanor Shellstrop from The Good Place

Eleanor Shellstrop is the protagonist of The Good Place. In the afterlife, she goes to paradise, or “The Good Place.” Problem is, she had been a horrible person on Earth, and they have her confused with someone else. She is played by Kristen Bell. Grab a shrimp serving dish for your cocktail shrimp (bonus points if there’s a self serve machine, like in Eleanor’s dreams). This costume will have everyone saying “Holy motherforking shirtballs!”

Valerie Gray from Danny Phantom

Valerie Gray from Danny Phantom

In Danny Phantom, Valerie Gray used to be a rich and popular student at Casper High was who set on destroying all ghosts. When an incident by Danny Phantom indirectly causes Valerie’s father to lose a high-paying job at a laboratory facility, she blames Danny for her family’s money troubles and plummeting popularity.

Jamie Lynn Thomas from Star vs. the Forces of Evil

Jackie Lynn Thomas

In Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Jackie Lynn Thomas is a student at Echo Creek Academy. She has short platinum blonde hair with an aqua streak, mint green eyes, and freckles. Marco Diaz has had a huge crush on Jackie for years, before taking any action. Jackie and Star Butterfly like to hang out together.

Kevin Malone the Office

Kevin Malone from the Office

“It’s not Ashton Kutcher! It’s Kevin Malone.” Here is an easy to follow costume guide for Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) from The Office. In true Kevin spirit, we won’t say lot word when few word do trick. His outfits are usually gray or brown suits, always with a brown patterned tie. Trim the front bangs off this monk wig to achieve Kevin’s hairstyle. Be sure not to drop the pot — no one likes a chili stained carpet.

Red Scare from Watchmen

Red Scare from Watchmen

In Watchmen, Red Scare (Andrew Howard) is a Tulsa Police detective who wears a red tracksuit and speaks with a Russian accent. His true identity and past are unknown, but he’s presumed to be from a Soviet bloc country with a communist background. Red Scare often uses his large, robust build and a bullhorn to intimidate his enemies.

Tom Lucitor from Star vs the Forces of Evil

Tom Lucitor from Star vs. the Forces of Evil

Tom Lucitor is a demon with a quick smile. His clothes are tattered at all the hems including sleeves, legs, the neck of his shirt, and the bottom of his shirt. His hair is spiked up high and his horns grow through. His most noticeable feature is the third eye in the middle of his forehead, which can be added with face paint. He also wears leather boots, a leather bracelet, a studded belt, and an ear piercing in both ears.

Spinel from Steven Universe: The Movie

Spinel from Steven Universe

In Steven Universe: The Movie, Spinel was created thousands of years ago to protect Pink Diamond. The two would play together every day until Pink was given her own colony, at which point she abandoned Spinel to stand alone for thousands of years. When she discovers what happened through Steven Universe’s message, Spinel sets out to destroy all organic lifeforms on Earth to get her revenge.

Mr. Nancy from American Gods

Mr. Nancy from American Gods

In American Gods, Mr. Nancy (Orlando Jones) is Anansi, an old trickster spider god from Ghanaian folklore who likes to make fun of people’s stupidity. Mr. Nancy tends to dress up in fancy suits with colorful, attention-grabbing colors and patterns.

Looking Glass from Watchmen

Looking Glass from Watchmen

In HBO’s Watchmen, Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson) is the alter ego of Wade Tillman, a detective of the Tulsa Police Department. He has the special ability of deductive analysis, being able to tell if someone is telling the truth or not, which comes in handy when he acts as an interrogator. Looking Glass dresses casually, aside from the shiny “reflectatine” mask that protects his mind from psychic blasts. To make the mask, cut the hood from the silver full body suit.