taking the place of Randy from the original movies (see above). There's also his trusty cardboard box. Matthew the Raven, from The Sandman, was noted by the author as serving as a sort of mouthpiece for the audience, frequently questioning the actions of other characters who went outside the bounds of real-world common sense. Try and imagine him without it and, at best, you get a tanned Shirou. And of course the straw hat itself.Goemon's yukata and hakama. And, of course, this particular take on the character actually has an iconic outfit of his own, even if it's not the one he's known for in-universe: the well-fitted shirt, expertly-tailored suit, slipknot blue scarf, and Belstaff greatcoat. The iconic dress worn by Snow White. He wears it throughout the series Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever wears different clothes throughout the movie but the white leisure suit is the one people remember most. Conrad Verner of the Mass Effect series manages to be both types at the same time. In the first game his handkerchief was the other way around and he had a green hat according to official art. The 50th Anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor The War Doctor, a previously unknown incarnation just before the new series started. Everbody thinks I'm insane in-universe, though, so no one takes me seriously. Penny Arcade : Gabe in yellow and Tycho in blue. Fan Works In the second season of Children of Time, Sherlock Holmes consents wearing an Inverness cloak for the sake of recognition, but draws the line at the deerstalker. Fullmetal Alchemist : Edward Elric can be recognized by his red Badass Longcoat alone. Haruhi herself can be meta at times; for example, she seeks out members for the SOS Brigade based quite specifically on anime character cliches.