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Costumes that the characters wore in [[I Killed Pom Pom]], Halloween 2014.  
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[[Halloween Costumes|Costumes]] that the characters wore in [[I Killed Pom Pom]], Halloween 2014.  
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| [[Image:HomestarRunnerTobiasFunke.png|125px]] || [[Homestar Runner]] || Tobias Fünke || Tobias Fünke is a character on the comedy series ''[[Wikipedia:Arrested Development (TV series)|Arrested Development]]'' played by [[Wikipedia:David Cross|David Cross]]. Tobias has been known to paint himself blue, in an attempt to join the [[Wikipedia:Blue Man Group|Blue Man Group]]. He also suffers from being a never-nude, which results in him always wearing a pair of jean cutoffs. One of the running jokes on the show was that Tobias would leave blue handprints around the house, like [[Lack of Visible Arms|the one that shows up]] at Marzipan's house. || [[Wikipedia:List of Arrested Development characters#Tobias Fünke|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:HomestarRunnerTobiasFunke.png|125px]] || [[Homestar Runner]] || Tobias Fünke || Tobias Fünke is a character on the comedy series ''[[Wikipedia:Arrested Development (TV series)|Arrested Development]]'' played by [[Wikipedia:David Cross|David Cross]]. Tobias has been known to paint himself blue, in an attempt to join the [[Wikipedia:Blue Man Group|Blue Man Group]]. He also suffers from being a "never-nude", which results in him always wearing a pair of jean cutoffs. One of the running jokes on the show was that Tobias would leave blue handprints around the house, like [[Lack of Visible Arms|the one that shows up]] at Marzipan's house. || [[Wikipedia:List of Arrested Development characters#Tobias Fünke|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:StrongBadMacTonight.png|125px]] || [[Strong Bad]] || Mac Tonight || Mac Tonight was a [[McDonald's]] mascot that first appeared in 1986 and was used in an attempt to lure customers to the restaurant for dinner. He had a crescent moon for a head, wore a suit and sunglasses, and was depicted as being a jazzy lounge singer. The name was a parody of the song "Mack the Knife". The song that played over the advertisements, called "It's Mac Tonight", was also a variant on that song, but with McDonald's-themed lyrics. At the end, Strong Bad spoofs the jingle in question. || [[Wikipedia:Mac Tonight|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:StrongBadMacTonight.png|125px]] || [[Strong Bad]] || Mac Tonight || Mac Tonight was a [[McDonald's]] mascot that first appeared in 1986 and was used in an attempt to lure customers to the restaurant for dinner. Played by actor [[Wikipedia:Doug Jones (actor)|Doug Jones]], Mac had a crescent moon for a head, wore a suit and sunglasses, and was depicted as being a jazzy lounge singer. The name was a parody of the song "Mack the Knife". The song that played over the advertisements, called "It's Mac Tonight", was also a variant on that song, but with McDonald's-themed lyrics. At the end, Strong Bad spoofs the jingle in question. || [[Wikipedia:Mac Tonight|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:BubsMCA.png|125px]] || [[Bubs]] || Adam Yauch as MCA as Nathan Wind as Cochese || Adam Yauch (1964-2012) was a member of the rap-rock band [[Wikipedia:Beastie Boys|Beastie Boys]], where he used the stage name MCA. In the [[YouTube:z5rRZdiu1UE|music video]] for their song "[[Wikipedia:Sabotage (song)|Sabotage]]", which was stylized after 1970s crime shows, MCA played the actor Nathan Wind, who played the cop Cochese. The video was directed by [[Wikipedia:Spike Jonze|Spike Jonze]]. || [[Wikipedia:Adam Yauch|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:BubsMCA.png|125px]] || [[Bubs]] || Adam Yauch as MCA as Nathan Wind as Cochese || Adam "MCA" Yauch (1964-2012) was a member of the rap-rock trio the [[Beastie Boys]] alongside Michael "Mike D" Diamond and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz. Bubs' costume is of Yauch as he appeared in the [[YouTube:z5rRZdiu1UE|music video]] for the Beastie Boys' 1994 song "[[Wikipedia:Sabotage (song)|Sabotage]]", which was stylized after 1970s crime shows; MCA played the actor Nathan Wind, who played the cop Cochese. The video was directed by [[Wikipedia:Spike Jonze|Spike Jonze]]. || [[Wikipedia:Adam Yauch|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:CoachZATribeCalledQuest.png|125px]] || [[Coach Z]] || A Tribe Called Quest || This costume references the character commonly featured on [[hip hop]] group A Tribe Called Quest album covers, most famously on ''[[Wikipedia:The Low End Theory|The Low End Theory]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Midnight Marauders|Midnight Marauders]]''. || [[Wikipedia:A Tribe Called Quest|Wikipedia article]]
| [[Image:CoachZATribeCalledQuest.png|125px]] || [[Coach Z]] || A Tribe Called Quest || This costume references the character commonly featured on [[hip hop]] group A Tribe Called Quest album covers, most famously on ''[[Wikipedia:The Low End Theory|The Low End Theory]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Midnight Marauders|Midnight Marauders]]''. || [[Wikipedia:A Tribe Called Quest|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:KOTRamMan.png|125px]] || [[The King of Town]] || Ram Man || Ram Man was a member of the Heroic Warriors from the toyline, TV show, and comic series ''[[Wikipedia:Masters of the Universe|He-Man and the Masters of the Universe]]''. || [[Wikipedia:List of Masters of the Universe characters#Ram Man|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:KOTRamMan.png|125px]] || [[The King of Town]] || Ram Man || Ram Man was a member of the Heroic Warriors from the toyline, TV show, and comic series ''[[Wikipedia:Masters of the Universe|He-Man and the Masters of the Universe]]''. As his name suggests, he is a human [[Wikipedia:battering ram|battering ram]], a power which he employs by running into things with his flat-topped helmet using his speed and super strength to create momentum.|| [[Wikipedia:List of Masters of the Universe characters#Ram Man|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:PoopsmithMeanMachineAngel.png|125px]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || Mean Machine Angel || Mean Machine Angel is a recurring villain from the ''[[Wikipedia: Judge Dredd|Judge Dredd]]'' comic series. Rebuilt as a cyborg to fit in with the Angel family's gang, the dial on his head changes his level of aggression on a scale of 1 to 4. He enjoys headbutting opponents with his metal skull, which sometimes causes his dial to get stuck on 4½. His human left arm was lost in a battle with Dredd. || [[Wikipedia:Mean Machine Angel|Wikipedia article]]
| [[Image:PoopsmithMeanMachineAngel.png|125px]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || Mean Machine Angel || Mean Machine Angel is a recurring villain from the ''[[Wikipedia: Judge Dredd|Judge Dredd]]'' comic series. Rebuilt as a cyborg to fit in with the Angel family's gang, the dial on his head changes his level of aggression on a scale of 1 to 4. He enjoys headbutting opponents with his metal skull, which sometimes causes his dial to get stuck on 4½. His human left arm was lost in a battle with Dredd. || [[Wikipedia:Mean Machine Angel|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:TheCheatSpacemanSpiff.png|125px]] || [[The Cheat]] || Spaceman Spiff || Spaceman Spiff is an alter ego of [[Wikipedia:Calvin (Calvin and Hobbes)|Calvin]] in the comic strip ''[[Wikipedia:Calvin and Hobbes|Calvin and Hobbes]]''. The adventures of Spiff often see him crash landing on distant planets and encountering strange aliens, which usually turn out to be figments of Calvin's imagination running away with him.|| [[Wikipedia:Calvin's alter egos (Calvin and Hobbes)#Spaceman Spiff|Wikipedia article]]
| [[Image:TheCheatSpacemanSpiff.png|125px]] || [[The Cheat]] || Spaceman Spiff || Spaceman Spiff is an alter ego of [[Wikipedia:Calvin (Calvin and Hobbes)|Calvin]] in the comic strip ''[[Wikipedia:Calvin and Hobbes|Calvin and Hobbes]]''. The adventures of Spiff often see him crash landing on distant planets and encountering strange aliens, which usually turn out to be figments of Calvin's imagination running away with him.|| [[Wikipedia:Calvin's alter egos (Calvin and Hobbes)#Spaceman Spiff|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:StrongSadPaleMan.png|125px]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Pale Man || One of the more famous creatures from [[Wikipedia:Guillermo del Toro|Guillermo del Toro]]'s 2006 film ''Pan's Labyrinth'',  physically performed by [[Wikipedia:Doug Jones (actor)|Doug Jones]] (who also played Mac Tonight, the inspiration for Strong Bad's costume). The protagonist, Ofelia, gets assigned with retrieving a dagger from his lair. She fails to heed a warning not to eat any of the Pale Man's food, and almost gets eaten herself as punishment. || [[Wikipedia:Pan's Labyrinth|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:StrongSadPaleMan.png|125px]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Pale Man || Pale Man is one of the creatures in [[Wikipedia:Guillermo del Toro|Guillermo del Toro]]'s 2006 film ''Pan's Labyrinth''. The protagonist, Ofelia, gets assigned with retrieving a dagger from his lair. She fails to heed a warning not to eat any of the Pale Man's food, and almost gets eaten herself as punishment. As Strong Sad's costume attempts to illustrate, Pale Man's eye sockets are in his hands. Pale Man was played by Doug Jones, the same actor who portrayed Mac Tonight.|| [[Wikipedia:Pan's Labyrinth|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:MarzipanTomServo.png|125px]] || [[Marzipan]] || [[Tom Servo]] || Tom Servo is one of the robot co-hosts of the television series ''[[Mystery Science Theater 3000]]''. Along with [[Wikipedia:Crow T. Robot|Crow T. Robot]] and a human co-host, Tom would watch many [[Wikipedia:B-movie|b-movies]] from the early days of the genre and make fun of them. || [[Wikipedia:Tom Servo|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:MarzipanTomServo.png|125px]] || [[Marzipan]] || [[Tom Servo]] || Tom Servo is one of the robot co-hosts of the television series ''[[Mystery Science Theater 3000]]''. Along with [[Wikipedia:Crow T. Robot|Crow T. Robot]] and a human co-host, Tom would watch many science fiction [[Wikipedia:B-movie|B-movies]] from the early days of the genre and make fun of them. || [[Wikipedia:Tom Servo|Wikipedia article]]
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Revision as of 03:07, 26 October 2019

Costumes that the characters wore in I Killed Pom Pom, Halloween 2014.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
Homestar Runner Tobias Fünke Tobias Fünke is a character on the comedy series Arrested Development played by David Cross. Tobias has been known to paint himself blue, in an attempt to join the Blue Man Group. He also suffers from being a "never-nude", which results in him always wearing a pair of jean cutoffs. One of the running jokes on the show was that Tobias would leave blue handprints around the house, like the one that shows up at Marzipan's house. Wikipedia article
Strong Bad Mac Tonight Mac Tonight was a McDonald's mascot that first appeared in 1986 and was used in an attempt to lure customers to the restaurant for dinner. Played by actor Doug Jones, Mac had a crescent moon for a head, wore a suit and sunglasses, and was depicted as being a jazzy lounge singer. The name was a parody of the song "Mack the Knife". The song that played over the advertisements, called "It's Mac Tonight", was also a variant on that song, but with McDonald's-themed lyrics. At the end, Strong Bad spoofs the jingle in question. Wikipedia article
Bubs Adam Yauch as MCA as Nathan Wind as Cochese Adam "MCA" Yauch (1964-2012) was a member of the rap-rock trio the Beastie Boys alongside Michael "Mike D" Diamond and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz. Bubs' costume is of Yauch as he appeared in the music video for the Beastie Boys' 1994 song "Sabotage", which was stylized after 1970s crime shows; MCA played the actor Nathan Wind, who played the cop Cochese. The video was directed by Spike Jonze. Wikipedia article
Coach Z A Tribe Called Quest This costume references the character commonly featured on hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest album covers, most famously on The Low End Theory and Midnight Marauders. Wikipedia article
The King of Town Ram Man Ram Man was a member of the Heroic Warriors from the toyline, TV show, and comic series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. As his name suggests, he is a human battering ram, a power which he employs by running into things with his flat-topped helmet using his speed and super strength to create momentum. Wikipedia article
The Poopsmith Mean Machine Angel Mean Machine Angel is a recurring villain from the Judge Dredd comic series. Rebuilt as a cyborg to fit in with the Angel family's gang, the dial on his head changes his level of aggression on a scale of 1 to 4. He enjoys headbutting opponents with his metal skull, which sometimes causes his dial to get stuck on 4½. His human left arm was lost in a battle with Dredd. Wikipedia article
Homsar Dungeonmaster Dungeonmaster was a mysterious guide for the protagonists from the 1980's Dungeons & Dragons cartoon series. Wikipedia article
Pom Pom King-Size Homer Pom Pom is dressed as Homer Simpson, specifically as he appeared in The Simpsons episode with the same title as his costume. In the episode, Homer becomes morbidly obese so he can go on disability and work from home to avoid daily calisthenics he is being forced to do. Pom Pom is wearing the muumuu and white hat outfit that Homer purchased once his clothes stopped fitting. Wikipedia article
Strong Mad Goro Goro is a character from the Mortal Kombat series of video games. He is a four-armed half human, half dragon and appears as the second to last boss in the original Mortal Kombat game. In that game, he was touted as a 500-year undefeated champion of the Mortal Kombat fighting tournament. Wikipedia article
The Cheat Spaceman Spiff Spaceman Spiff is an alter ego of Calvin in the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. The adventures of Spiff often see him crash landing on distant planets and encountering strange aliens, which usually turn out to be figments of Calvin's imagination running away with him. Wikipedia article
Strong Sad Pale Man Pale Man is one of the creatures in Guillermo del Toro's 2006 film Pan's Labyrinth. The protagonist, Ofelia, gets assigned with retrieving a dagger from his lair. She fails to heed a warning not to eat any of the Pale Man's food, and almost gets eaten herself as punishment. As Strong Sad's costume attempts to illustrate, Pale Man's eye sockets are in his hands. Pale Man was played by Doug Jones, the same actor who portrayed Mac Tonight. Wikipedia article
Marzipan Tom Servo Tom Servo is one of the robot co-hosts of the television series Mystery Science Theater 3000. Along with Crow T. Robot and a human co-host, Tom would watch many science fiction B-movies from the early days of the genre and make fun of them. Wikipedia article


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