Halloween Hijinks Costumes

From Homestar Runner Wiki

Revision as of 13:40, 14 June 2024 by (Talk)
(diff) ← Older revision | Current revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Costumes that the characters wore in Halloween Hijinks, Halloween 2020.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
Homestar Runner Bod Bod is an animated children's television program first shown on the BBC in 1975 (later aired in the US on Nickelodeon in the early '80s). The show, adapted from a children's book series, is about a young boy named Bod who lives in a town with several other characters (seen in an Easter egg) who were all introduced with memorable musical themes. The show used a simple, limited animation style and featured a single narrator rather than voice actors.
As far back as 2001, The Brothers Chaps have cited Bod as an early inspiration of Homestar Runner.
Wikipedia article
Strong Bad General Zod General Zod (portrayed by Terence Stamp) is the villain in the movie Superman II (1980), a ruthless and megalomaniacal supervillain from the planet Krypton. Adapted from DC Comics' Superman series, elements of Zod invented for the film would later appear in the comics — including the famous line "Kneel before Zod!" and accomplices Non and Ursa (portrayed by Strong Mad and Marzipan, respectively, in the Easter egg). Wikipedia article
Strong Mad My Pet Monster My Pet Monster is a character created as a plush toy by American Greetings in 1986. The toy line spawned a Saturday morning cartoon series that aired on ABC in 1987. American Greetings took a different approach with My Pet Monster than with most other plush dolls of the era, specifically marketing the toys toward young boys. Wikipedia article
Strong Sad Baxter from The Great Space Coaster Tubby Baxter is a puppet clown character from the children's TV show The Great Space Coaster, a series featuring many Muppets and Sesame Street alumni. He is an inhabitant of Coasterville that pilots the coaster and formerly worked for the "M.T. Promises" circus. Wikipedia article
Coach Z Del from Gorillaz Del tha Ghost Rapper is the animated alter-ego of rapper Del the Funky Homosapien. He portrayed the character when collaborating with the virtual band Gorillaz on their first album (including the single "Clint Eastwood", which Coach Z quotes in an Easter egg), appearing as a spirit hiding from death in the body of Gorillaz drummer Russel Hobbs. Wikipedia article
Pom Pom The Capital City Goofball The Capital City Goofball is the mascot for the Capital City baseball team on The Simpsons. He first appeared in the episode “Dancin’ Homer”, where Homer Simpson becomes a mascot for the Springfield Isotopes. In that appearance, his only speaking role, he was voiced by actor Tom Poston. Wikipedia article
The King of Town Captain Cupcake Captain Cupcake is an advertising mascot created to promote the line of CupCakes made by Hostess Brands. He was the second mascot introduced to promote the company’s snack cakes, following the earlier Twinkie the Kid. The Captain, like his predecessor, is an anthropomorphic version of the product he promotes, dressed in clothing similar to what a navy ship’s captain might wear. However, unlike his predecessor Captain Cupcake was not as popular and is not as widely seen on packaging as Twinkie the Kid is in modern times. Wikipedia article
Bubs Beedle Beedle is a recurring merchant in The Legend of Zelda series who made his first appearance in the 2002 game The Wind Waker for the Nintendo GameCube. Bubs’ costume represents Beedle as he appears in the 2017 Wii U and Nintendo Switch title Breath of the Wild. Wikipedia article
Marzipan Captain Planet Captain Planet is a superhero conceived by media mogul Ted Turner to promote environmental awareness and the central character of the 1990s cartoon series Captain Planet and the Planeteers. The story of his origin involves five teenagers from various parts of the world, each of whom is given a special ring with a specific power by Gaia, the Greek goddess of the Earth who awoke in the 20th century to discover her realm had been overrun by pollution. Four of the rings represent the four classical physical elements (Earth, fire, wind, water) and the fifth represents life (heart). When the five rings are joined together, the combination of the five powers is strong enough to summon Captain Planet. Wikipedia article
The Cheat Ponyo Ponyo is a human-like fish creature from the Hayao Miyazaki anime film of the same name. In the film, she uses magic to grow legs and become more humanoid, demonstrated in The Cheat's Easter egg when he sprouts chicken-like legs. Wikipedia article
The Poopsmith 1 Guy from Andromeda The Two Guys from Andromeda are the developers of Sierra's Space Quest franchise of adventure games. They would appear in-character as aliens with mohawks and false pig noses. Wikipedia article
Homsar B.O.B. Old B.O.B. is a robot voiced by Slim Pickens from the 1979 Disney film The Black Hole. He along with his best friend V.I.N.CENT. are last of their kind aboard the U.S.S. Cygnus, which he calls a "Death Ship". His battered appearance is courtesy of other robots who bully him and call him a freak. Wikipedia article
Personal tools