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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Mad.PNG|150px|Strong Mad As Nikolai Volkoff]] || [[Strong Mad]] || Nikolai Volkoff || Nikolai Volkoff (born Josip Peruzović) is a professional wrestler in the [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Federation|WWF]]. Although he is portrayed as a Russian, he was born in Croatia. He is perhaps best known for playing a Communist villain in the height of the Cold War. In the early '70s, he was managed by [[Wikipedia:Lou Albano|Captain Lou Albano]], but reached the height of his fame in the '80s, forming a tag team with [[Wikipedia:The Iron Sheik|The Iron Sheik]], when he would frequently sing the national anthem of the Soviet Union and, as Strong Mad mentions, carry the nation's flag to the ring.|| [[Wikipedia:Nikolai Volkoff|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Mad.PNG|150px|Strong Mad As Nikolai Volkoff]] || [[Strong Mad]] || Nikolai Volkoff || Nikolai Volkoff (born Josip Peruzović) (October 14, 1947 – July 29, 2018) was a [[Professional Wrestling|professional wrestler]] in the [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Federation|WWF]]. Although he was portrayed as a [[Russia]]n, he was born in Croatia. He was perhaps best known for playing a Communist villain in the height of the Cold War. In the early '70s, he was managed by [[Wikipedia:Lou Albano|Captain Lou Albano]], but reached the height of his fame in the '80s, forming a tag team with [[Wikipedia:The Iron Sheik|The Iron Sheik]], when he would frequently sing the national anthem of the Soviet Union and, as Strong Mad mentions, carry the nation's flag to the ring.|| [[Wikipedia:Nikolai Volkoff|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 The Stick.PNG|150px|The Stick As Lowly Worm]] || [[The Stick]] || Lowly Worm || Lowly Worm is a character from [[Wikipedia:Richard Scarry|Richard Scarry]]'s series of children books set in the world of [[Wikipedia:Busytown|Busytown]]. Although rarely mentioned in the text, Lowly Worm would often make cameo appearances in the illustrations. He was also a main character in [[Wikipedia: the Busy World of Richard Scarry|The Busy World of Richard Scarry]]. || [[Wikipedia:Busytown|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 The Stick.PNG|150px|The Stick As Lowly Worm]] || [[The Stick]] || Lowly Worm || Lowly Worm is a character from [[Wikipedia:Richard Scarry|Richard Scarry]]'s series of children books set in the world of [[Wikipedia:Busytown|Busytown]]. Although rarely mentioned in the text, Lowly Worm would often make cameo appearances in the illustrations. He was also a main character in ''[[Wikipedia: the Busy World of Richard Scarry|The Busy World of Richard Scarry]]'', a television series based on Scarry's work. || [[Wikipedia:Lowly_Worm|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 The Cheat.PNG|150px|The Cheat As Penfold]] || [[The Cheat]] || Penfold || Ernest Penfold is a character on the English animated television series ''[[Wikipedia:DangerMouse|DangerMouse]]''. Voiced by Terry Scott, Penfold is a cowardly hamster who is the often-captured sidekick to DangerMouse. || [[Wikipedia:Penfold_(character)#Heroes|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 The Cheat.PNG|150px|The Cheat As Penfold]] || [[The Cheat]] || Penfold || Ernest Penfold is a character on the English animated television series ''[[Wikipedia:DangerMouse|DangerMouse]]''. Voiced by Terry Scott (later Kevin Eldon), Penfold is a cowardly hamster who is the often-captured sidekick to DangerMouse. || [[Wikipedia:Penfold (character)#Heroes|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Bad.PNG|150px|Strong Bad As Beetlejuice]] || [[Strong Bad]] || Beetlejuice || Beetlejuice is the titular character of the [[Wikipedia:Tim Burton|Tim Burton]] comedy film ''[[IMDb:tt0094721|Beetlejuice]]''. Played by [[Wikipedia:Michael Keaton|Michael Keaton]], Beetlejuice is a "bio-exorcist" who is hired by two ghosts to scare a yuppie family away from their house. He also had his own [[IMDb:tt0096543|cartoon]] on ABC. || [[Wikipedia:Beetlejuice|Wikipedia movie article]]  
| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Bad.PNG|150px|Strong Bad As Beetlejuice]] || [[Strong Bad]] || Beetlejuice || Beetlejuice is the titular character of the [[Wikipedia:Tim Burton|Tim Burton]] comedy film ''[[IMDb:tt0094721|Beetlejuice]]''. Played by [[Wikipedia:Michael Keaton|Michael Keaton]], Beetlejuice is a "bio-exorcist" who is hired by two ghosts to scare a yuppie family away from their house. He also had his own [[IMDb:tt0096543|cartoon]] on ABC. || [[Wikipedia:Beetlejuice|Wikipedia movie article]]  
[[Wikipedia:Beetlejuice (TV series)|Wikipedia animated series article]]
[[Wikipedia:Beetlejuice (TV series)|Wikipedia animated series article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Marzipan.PNG|150px|Marzipan As Prince]] || [[Marzipan]] || Prince || Prince is an American musician whose music has spanned many genres including funk, R&B, and soul. He pioneered the style of music known as the [[Wikipedia:Minneapolis sound|Minneapolis sound]]. A name change to an unpronounceable symbol in 1993 prompted many in the media to dub him "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince." Marzipan is wearing the outfit and hairstyle Prince wore on the cover of his 1984 album ''Purple Rain''.  The guitar, however, is the [[Wikipedia:Image:Yellow_Cloud.jpg|Yellow Cloud guitar]] used by Prince in the late 1980s and early 1990s. || [[Wikipedia:Prince (musician)|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Marzipan.PNG|150px|Marzipan As Prince]] || [[Marzipan]] || Prince || Prince (1958-2016) was an American musician whose music has spanned many genres including funk, R&B, and soul. He pioneered the style of music known as the [[Wikipedia:Minneapolis sound|Minneapolis sound]]. A name change to an unpronounceable symbol in 1993 prompted many in the media to dub him "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince." Marzipan is wearing the outfit and hairstyle Prince wore on the cover of his 1984 album ''Purple Rain''.  The guitar, however, is the [[Wikipedia:Image:Yellow_Cloud.jpg|Yellow Cloud guitar]] used by Prince in the late 1980s and early 1990s. || [[Wikipedia:Prince (musician)|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Homestar.PNG|150px|Homestar Runner As Artie, The Strongest Man in the World]] || [[Homestar Runner]] || Artie, The Strongest Man in the World || Artie, the Strongest Man in the World, played by [[Wikipedia:Toby Huss|Toby Huss]], was an eccentric character on the [[Nickelodeon]] TV show ''[[Wikipedia:The Adventures of Pete and Pete|The Adventures of Pete and Pete]]''. He was the "personal superhero" of Little Pete Wrigley. Similar to Homestar's usage in the Toon's Easter Egg, he would always refer to himself as "The Strongest Man...In The World!" He left the show after the second season. || [[Wikipedia:Artie, the Strongest Man in the World|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Homestar.PNG|150px|Homestar Runner As Artie, The Strongest Man in the World]] || [[Homestar Runner]] || Artie, The Strongest Man in the World || Artie, the Strongest Man in the World, played by [[Wikipedia:Toby Huss|Toby Huss]], was an eccentric character on the [[Nickelodeon]] TV show ''[[Wikipedia:The Adventures of Pete and Pete|The Adventures of Pete and Pete]]''. He was the "personal superhero" of Little Pete Wrigley. Similar to Homestar's usage in the toon's Easter egg, he would always refer to himself as "The Strongest Man...In The World!" He left the show after the second season. || [[Wikipedia:Artie, the Strongest Man in the World|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Sad.PNG|150px|Strong Sad As The Fat Kid from The Far Side]] || [[Strong Sad]] || The Fat Kid from The Far Side || The Fat Kid was one of the many unnamed stock characters that regularly appeared in Gary Larson's comic strip ''The Far Side''. || [[Wikipedia:The Far Side|Wikipedia article]]
| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Strong Sad.PNG|150px|Strong Sad As The Fat Kid from The Far Side]] || [[Strong Sad]] || The Fat Kid from The Far Side || The Fat Kid was one of the many unnamed stock characters that regularly appeared in Gary Larson's comic strip ''The Far Side''. || [[Wikipedia:The Far Side|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Pom Pom - Cacodemon.png|150px|Pom Pom As a Cacodemon]] || [[Pom Pom]] || [[Cacodemon]] || One of the demonic enemy creatures from the ground-breaking first-person shooter video game ''[[Wikipedia:Doom (video game)|Doom]]''. || [[Wikipedia:List of enemies in Doom#Cacodemon|Wikipedia article]]
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| [[Image:Pom Pom - Cacodemon.png|150px|Pom Pom As a Cacodemon]] || [[Pom Pom]] || Cacodemon || One of the demonic enemy creatures from the ground-breaking first-person shooter video game ''[[Doom]]''. ||  
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| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Bubs.PNG|150px|Bubs As Ross from You Can't Do That On Television]] || [[Bubs]] || Ross from You Can't Do That On Television || Ross was the stage manager of the Canadian children's show ''You Can't Do That On Television'', played by actor Les Lye. || [[Wikipedia:You Can't Do That On Television|Wikipedia article]]
| [[Image:Halloween 2007 Bubs.PNG|150px|Bubs As Ross from You Can't Do That On Television]] || [[Bubs]] || Ross from You Can't Do That On Television || Ross was the stage manager of the Canadian children's show ''You Can't Do That On Television'', played by actor Les Lye. || [[Wikipedia:You Can't Do That On Television|Wikipedia article]]

Current revision as of 02:12, 29 March 2019

Costumes that the characters wore in Jibblies 2, Halloween 2007.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
Strong Mad As Nikolai Volkoff Strong Mad Nikolai Volkoff Nikolai Volkoff (born Josip Peruzović) (October 14, 1947 – July 29, 2018) was a professional wrestler in the WWF. Although he was portrayed as a Russian, he was born in Croatia. He was perhaps best known for playing a Communist villain in the height of the Cold War. In the early '70s, he was managed by Captain Lou Albano, but reached the height of his fame in the '80s, forming a tag team with The Iron Sheik, when he would frequently sing the national anthem of the Soviet Union and, as Strong Mad mentions, carry the nation's flag to the ring. Wikipedia article
The Stick As Lowly Worm The Stick Lowly Worm Lowly Worm is a character from Richard Scarry's series of children books set in the world of Busytown. Although rarely mentioned in the text, Lowly Worm would often make cameo appearances in the illustrations. He was also a main character in The Busy World of Richard Scarry, a television series based on Scarry's work. Wikipedia article
The Cheat As Penfold The Cheat Penfold Ernest Penfold is a character on the English animated television series DangerMouse. Voiced by Terry Scott (later Kevin Eldon), Penfold is a cowardly hamster who is the often-captured sidekick to DangerMouse. Wikipedia article
Strong Bad As Beetlejuice Strong Bad Beetlejuice Beetlejuice is the titular character of the Tim Burton comedy film Beetlejuice. Played by Michael Keaton, Beetlejuice is a "bio-exorcist" who is hired by two ghosts to scare a yuppie family away from their house. He also had his own cartoon on ABC. Wikipedia movie article

Wikipedia animated series article

Marzipan As Prince Marzipan Prince Prince (1958-2016) was an American musician whose music has spanned many genres including funk, R&B, and soul. He pioneered the style of music known as the Minneapolis sound. A name change to an unpronounceable symbol in 1993 prompted many in the media to dub him "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince." Marzipan is wearing the outfit and hairstyle Prince wore on the cover of his 1984 album Purple Rain. The guitar, however, is the Yellow Cloud guitar used by Prince in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Wikipedia article
Homestar Runner As Artie, The Strongest Man in the World Homestar Runner Artie, The Strongest Man in the World Artie, the Strongest Man in the World, played by Toby Huss, was an eccentric character on the Nickelodeon TV show The Adventures of Pete and Pete. He was the "personal superhero" of Little Pete Wrigley. Similar to Homestar's usage in the toon's Easter egg, he would always refer to himself as "The Strongest Man...In The World!" He left the show after the second season. Wikipedia article
Strong Sad As The Fat Kid from The Far Side Strong Sad The Fat Kid from The Far Side The Fat Kid was one of the many unnamed stock characters that regularly appeared in Gary Larson's comic strip The Far Side. Wikipedia article
Pom Pom As a Cacodemon Pom Pom Cacodemon One of the demonic enemy creatures from the ground-breaking first-person shooter video game Doom.
Bubs As Ross from You Can't Do That On Television Bubs Ross from You Can't Do That On Television Ross was the stage manager of the Canadian children's show You Can't Do That On Television, played by actor Les Lye. Wikipedia article
Coach Z As The So So Def Recordings Logo Coach Z So So Def Recordings Logo So So Def Recordings is a record label, based out of Atlanta, Georgia and founded by Jermaine Dupri, specializing in Southern hip hop, R&B, and bass music. Coach Z is dressed up as the label's mascot, the SoSoDef Afroman. Wikipedia article
The King of Town As Rev. Al Sharpton The King of Town Rev. Al Sharpton Al Sharpton is an African-American politician, minister and activist. He has run for elected office several times, and in 2004 was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president. He has made cameo appearances in many movies and TV shows, and hosts a radio talk show. Wikipedia article
The Poopsmith As Doc Brown The Poopsmith Doc Brown "Doc" Emmett L. Brown is one of the protagonists in the Back to the Future film trilogy, played by Christopher Lloyd. The Poopsmith is wearing his outfit presumably procured from the year 2015, which is featured in the final scene of the first Back to the Future movie and the first two acts of Back to the Future Part II. Wikipedia article
Homsar As "Noony Noony Noo" Typewriter Guy Homsar "Noony Noony Noo" Typewriter Guy One of the recurring segments in the educational children's show Sesame Street featured an animated typewriter who would type a letter of the alphabet, followed by a word beginning with that letter. The typewriter would wheel himself into the scene while humming "Noony noony noo" to himself. You can also see the typed word "polk" on his chin. Muppet Wiki article
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