Pumpkin Carve-nival Costumes

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| [[Image:Strongsad_Vyvyan.PNG|150px|Strong Sad As Vyvyan]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Vyvyan || Vyvyan was a red-haired punk rocker who made his first entrance on the show [[IMDB:tt0083505|The Young Ones]] in 1982 by crashing through a kitchen wall. He sported star-shaped metal studs in his forehead and amongst other things, chopped his own fingers off to relieve boredom. No one epitomized punk's iconoclastic whimsy, anarchic glee like Vyvyan. || [http://www.bostonphoenix.com/archive/tv/97/11/VYVYAN.html The Boston Phoenix]
| [[Image:Strongsad_Vyvyan.PNG|150px|Strong Sad As Vyvyan]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Vyvyan || Vyvyan was a red-haired punk rocker who made his first entrance on the show [[IMDB:tt0083505|The Young Ones]] in 1982 by crashing through a kitchen wall. He sported star-shaped metal studs in his forehead and amongst other things, chopped his own fingers off to relieve boredom. No one epitomized punk's iconoclastic whimsy, anarchic glee like Vyvyan. || [http://www.bostonphoenix.com/archive/tv/97/11/VYVYAN.html The Boston Phoenix]
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| [[Image:KingofTown_Mario.PNG|150px|The King of Town As Mario]] || [[The King of Town]] || [[Mario]] || Mario, also known as Super Mario, is a video game character created by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo, named after the Italian landlord, Mario Segali, at Nintendo of America. He is one of [[Nintendo]]'s best-known characters and considered by many to be the biggest video game character in history and one of the biggest mascots of all time, appearing in literally [[Wikipedia:List of video games featuring Mario|hundreds of games]], many of them bestsellers. He has also starred in numerous [[Wikipedia: Super Mario Bros. Super Show!|TV shows]], a [[Wikipedia:Super Mario Bros. (film)|movie,]] and even had his own cereal, among many other items. || [[Wikipedia:Mario|Wikipedia Article]]  
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| [[Image:KingofTown_Mario.PNG|150px|The King of Town As Mario]] || [[The King of Town]] || [[Mario]] || Mario is a video game character who is considered to the face of [[Nintendo]] and the most recognizable video game character in history. Named after Mario Segali, the owner of the building Nintendo of America was originally located in, he is the most famous creation of Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto and has appeared in hundreds of video games including the ''[[Wikipedia:Mario (franchise)|Super Mario]]'' series. Mario has also crossed over into other media, with several cartoon series and a [[Wikipedia:Super Mario Bros. (film)|feature film]] based on the character.|| [[Wikipedia:Mario|Wikipedia Article]]  
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| [[Image:StrongMad_AGhost.PNG|150px|Strong Mad As A Ghost]] || [[Strong Mad]] || A Ghost || A classic, yet rarely used, Halloween costume, the white sheet with eye holes cut out of it is the ultimate in quickie costumes. Of course, Strong Mad being Strong Mad, his holes are over his mouth instead of his eyes.  ||  
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| [[Image:StrongMad_AGhost.PNG|150px|Strong Mad As A Ghost]] || [[Strong Mad]] || A Ghost || This costume is a simple one that has been used for many years and even made its way into a [[Wikipedia:It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown|Charlie Brown Halloween special]]. It consists of a white sheet with two holes cut in the top to make the eyes and ensure that the person wearing it can see. Of course, Strong Mad being Strong Mad, his holes are over his mouth instead of his eyes.  ||  
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| [[Image:CoachZ_Kid.PNG|150px|Coach Z As Kid]] || [[Coach Z]] || Kid || Christopher "Kid" Reid was a member of the late '80s hiphop duo Kid-n-Play, who were one of the first rap groups to become kid-friendly. They had a Saturday morning cartoon show and starred in the ''House Party'' series of movies. || [[IMDB:nm0717212|IMDb listing]]  
| [[Image:CoachZ_Kid.PNG|150px|Coach Z As Kid]] || [[Coach Z]] || Kid || Christopher "Kid" Reid was a member of the late '80s hiphop duo Kid-n-Play, who were one of the first rap groups to become kid-friendly. They had a Saturday morning cartoon show and starred in the ''House Party'' series of movies. || [[IMDB:nm0717212|IMDb listing]]  
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| [[Image:Poopsmith_Sleestak.PNG|150px|The Poopsmith As A Sleestak]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || A Sleestak || The Sleestaks were tireless hordes of evil creatures who constantly wreaked havoc on a family from the future. They were featured on the TV series that ran from 1974 to 1977 called [[IMDB:tt0071005|The Land of the Lost]]. The Poopsmith can also be seen wearing this costume during [[TrogdorCon '97]]. || [[IMDB:tt0071005|IMDb listing]]
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| [[Image:Poopsmith_Sleestak.PNG|150px|The Poopsmith As A Sleestak]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || A Sleestak || The Sleestaks were a group of villainous lizard-like humanoids who lived in the society that the Marshall family stumbled into on the 1974 Sid and Marty Krofft series ''[[Wikipedia:Land of the Lost (1974 TV series)|Land of the Lost]]''. The Poopsmith can also be seen wearing this costume during [[TrogdorCon '97]]. || [[IMDB:tt0071005|IMDb listing]]
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| [[Image:Homsar_GhostDog.PNG|150px|Homsar As Ghost Dog]] || [[Homsar]] || Ghost Dog || Ghost Dog is the main character in the 1999 movie [[IMDB:tt0165798|Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai]]. He is an African-American hit man who models himself after the ideal Japanese [[Wikipedia:samurai|samurai]]. Ghost Dog is played by Forest Whitaker in the movie. || [[IMDB:tt0165798|IMDb Listing]]
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| [[Image:Homsar_GhostDog.PNG|150px|Homsar As Ghost Dog]] || [[Homsar]] || Ghost Dog || Ghost Dog is the title character of the film ''[[Wikipedia:Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai|Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai]]'', which was released in 1999. Played by actor Forest Whitaker, he is an African-American hit man who models himself after the ideal Japanese [[Wikipedia:samurai|samurai]]. || [[IMDB:tt0165798|IMDb Listing]]
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| [[Image:PomPom_KoolAid.PNG|150px|Pom Pom As The Kool-Aid Man]] || [[Pom Pom]] || The Kool-Aid Man || The KOOL-AID Man, originally known as the 'Pitcher Man,' first crashed through a wall and into the advertising scene in 1975. Marvel Comics published about a half a dozen Kool-Aid Comics in the '80s. In 1983, there were video games for the [[Atari 2600]] Video Computer System and Intellivision available titled after this mascot of [http://www.kool-aid.com Kool-Aid]. || [http://www.faqs.org/faqs/food/kool-aid-faq/ Kool-Aid FAQ]
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| [[Image:PomPom_KoolAid.PNG|150px|Pom Pom As The Kool-Aid Man]] || [[Pom Pom]] || The Kool-Aid Man || The Kool-Aid Man, as his name implies, is the mascot for the [[Wikipedia:Kool-Aid|Kool-Aid]] line of drinks produced by Kraft Foods. Originally developed as "Pitcher Man" in 1954, he is a giant anthropomorphic glass drink pitcher with red Kool-Aid inside and for years, his trademark entrance was to break through walls whenever anyone said "Hey, Kool-Aid" and pour that person a glass of Kool-Aid. || [http://www.faqs.org/faqs/food/kool-aid-faq/ Kool-Aid FAQ]
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| [[Image:Marzipan_Lopes.PNG|150px|Marzipan As Left Eye Lopes]] || [[Marzipan]] || Left Eye Lopes || Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was a member of the Atlanta-based R&B trio [[Wikipedia:TLC|TLC]], where she sang and played keyboard. The black stripe under Marzipan's eye was one of Lopes' trademark looks. She died in a car crash in Honduras in April 2002, six months prior the release of Pumpkin Carve-nival. || [[Wikipedia:Lisa Lopes|Wikipedia Article]]
| [[Image:Marzipan_Lopes.PNG|150px|Marzipan As Left Eye Lopes]] || [[Marzipan]] || Left Eye Lopes || Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was a member of the Atlanta-based R&B trio [[Wikipedia:TLC|TLC]], where she sang and played keyboard. The black stripe under Marzipan's eye was one of Lopes' trademark looks. She died in a car crash in Honduras in April 2002, six months prior the release of Pumpkin Carve-nival. || [[Wikipedia:Lisa Lopes|Wikipedia Article]]

Revision as of 04:22, 24 March 2015

Costumes that the characters wore in Pumpkin Carve-nival, Halloween 2002.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
Strong Bad As Homestar As Angus Young Strong Bad Homestar As Angus Young See Homestar's costume for information on Angus Young; Strong Bad wore this costume as part of an elaborate prank on the others.
The Cheat As Russell The Cheat Russell From Fat Albert's gang of junkyard kids, Russell was the younger brother of the character named Bill. Bill was based on Bill Cosby himself and Russell was named after Cosby's real-life brother, Russell. He is known for always trying to tag along with the rest of the gang, much to their annoyance. His catchphrase was "no class", which was often used to insult Rudy. TVparty character sheet
Strong Sad As Vyvyan Strong Sad Vyvyan Vyvyan was a red-haired punk rocker who made his first entrance on the show The Young Ones in 1982 by crashing through a kitchen wall. He sported star-shaped metal studs in his forehead and amongst other things, chopped his own fingers off to relieve boredom. No one epitomized punk's iconoclastic whimsy, anarchic glee like Vyvyan. The Boston Phoenix
The King of Town As Mario The King of Town Mario Mario is a video game character who is considered to the face of Nintendo and the most recognizable video game character in history. Named after Mario Segali, the owner of the building Nintendo of America was originally located in, he is the most famous creation of Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto and has appeared in hundreds of video games including the Super Mario series. Mario has also crossed over into other media, with several cartoon series and a feature film based on the character. Wikipedia Article
Strong Mad As A Ghost Strong Mad A Ghost This costume is a simple one that has been used for many years and even made its way into a Charlie Brown Halloween special. It consists of a white sheet with two holes cut in the top to make the eyes and ensure that the person wearing it can see. Of course, Strong Mad being Strong Mad, his holes are over his mouth instead of his eyes.
Coach Z As Kid Coach Z Kid Christopher "Kid" Reid was a member of the late '80s hiphop duo Kid-n-Play, who were one of the first rap groups to become kid-friendly. They had a Saturday morning cartoon show and starred in the House Party series of movies. IMDb listing
The Poopsmith As A Sleestak The Poopsmith A Sleestak The Sleestaks were a group of villainous lizard-like humanoids who lived in the society that the Marshall family stumbled into on the 1974 Sid and Marty Krofft series Land of the Lost. The Poopsmith can also be seen wearing this costume during TrogdorCon '97. IMDb listing
Homsar As Ghost Dog Homsar Ghost Dog Ghost Dog is the title character of the film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, which was released in 1999. Played by actor Forest Whitaker, he is an African-American hit man who models himself after the ideal Japanese samurai. IMDb Listing
Pom Pom As The Kool-Aid Man Pom Pom The Kool-Aid Man The Kool-Aid Man, as his name implies, is the mascot for the Kool-Aid line of drinks produced by Kraft Foods. Originally developed as "Pitcher Man" in 1954, he is a giant anthropomorphic glass drink pitcher with red Kool-Aid inside and for years, his trademark entrance was to break through walls whenever anyone said "Hey, Kool-Aid" and pour that person a glass of Kool-Aid. Kool-Aid FAQ
Marzipan As Left Eye Lopes Marzipan Left Eye Lopes Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was a member of the Atlanta-based R&B trio TLC, where she sang and played keyboard. The black stripe under Marzipan's eye was one of Lopes' trademark looks. She died in a car crash in Honduras in April 2002, six months prior the release of Pumpkin Carve-nival. Wikipedia Article
The Goblin As Strong Bad As The Bee The Goblin Strong Bad As The Bee "Strong Bad" was found to actually be the Goblin in a Strong Bad costume.
DO THE MARIO! Bubs Captain Lou Albano Captain Lou Albano was a professional wrestler and later a manager of various wrestlers and tag teams. One of his trademarks was having rubber bands hanging from piercings in his face, as Bubs tries to enulate. Wikipedia Article
Homestar As Angus Young Homestar Runner Angus Young Since 1973, Young has been the lead guitarist of the band AC/DC. He is famous for performing in a schoolboy's uniform and for his physical pyrotechnics on stage, which often include rolling around on the floor while playing. Wikipedia Article
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