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Daria Morgendorffer

While Daria’s style was seen as unfashionable by her classmates at Lawndale High School, her brains before beauty was something to which many real life teenage girls could relate. Keeping it simple with pleated skirts and boots, Daria had better things to do than worry about her appearance. You know, like a crush on her best friend’s brother.

Jane Lane

When she isn’t painting or sculpting Jane Lane can usually be found hanging out with her best friend, Daria. While she is just as cynical as her friend, Jane’s style is a little more outgoing. Wearing tights with shorts, she isn’t afraid to put on a little red lipstick and dye her hair on occasion.

Wayne Campbell

Wayne Campbell, played by Mike Myers, co-hosts public access cable show Wayne’s World out of his parent’s basement in Aurora, Illinois. He likes to play air guitar, accompanied by best friend Garth Algar’s air drums. Schwing!

Garth Algar

Garth Algar, played by Dana Carvey, is a timid, high-strung heavy metal fan. He’s sidekick to Wayne Campbell and co-host of public-access television show Wayne’s World. He’s been rocking plastic glasses and flannels since before it was cool. Party on, Garth.

Lana Kane

In Archer, Lana Kane is Sterling’s ex-girlfriend and one of the best field agents at ISIS. Does she frequently end up having gunfights in lingerie? Yup. Can she snap your neck with her man hands? Yuuuuuuup!

Monkey D. Luffy

In One Piece, Monkey D. Luffy is captain of the Straw Hat Pirates and one of its top fighters. Despite his troublemaking ways, he comes from an esteemed lineage, as his father is Revolutionary Army commander Monkey D. Dragon and his father’s father is famed Marine Monkey D. Garp.

Charlie in The Nightman Cometh

Poor Charlie, all he has ever wanted in life is the waitress. He loves her so much that he even went as far as writing and directing Nightman Cometh to get her attention. Despite his efforts, his bright yellow suit and snazzy white top hat couldn’t woo her. Oh well, maybe next time.

Mac as Nightman

Mac plays by his own rules and proved such when he cast himself as the leading role in Charlie’s play, Nightman Cometh. The character was a perfect excuse for him to show off his muscles and cat like reflexes. The hissing sounds were just an added bonus.

Dennis Reynolds as Dayman

Of all the characters in Nightman Cometh, Dennis Reynolds was the only one to undergo a transformation. From little boy to Dayman, Dennis channeled his inner Ziggy Stardust and stole the show while wearing an erotic silver unitard.

The 10th Doctor

After regenerating, the 10th Doctor traded in the 9th Doctor’s leathers for a pinstriped suit and a pair of Chucks. Although more gregarious than his previous incarnation, this Doctor still let the universe know if you threatened his friends, there was a reason his enemies called him the Oncoming Storm.