Yu-Gi-Oh! 9 Mokuba Cosplay That Are Too Good | ScreenRant

Mokuba isn't the most popular character in Yu-Gi-Oh!, but he's the perfect choice for numerous cosplays. Here are some of the best.

For most of Yu-Gi-Oh!'s five seasons, Mokuba Kaiba is kind of a nuisance. He's still very entertaining to watch, but he never contributes anything meaningful to the plot. Indeed, he spends most of his time on the sidelines, either cheering for his formidable older brother, Seto, or being rescued by him.

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Mokuba isn't the most popular character in the franchise, but he's the perfect choice for numerous cosplays. Thanks to his instantly recognizable look, which includes his trademark long spiky hair, Mokuba is a favorite of cosplayers around the world, who confirm their immense talent by accurately bringing the character to life. }

9 Lost In Thought

Fans don't know much about Mokuba. The series doesn't spend a lot of time developing his character or revealing his dreams or ambitions. Mokuba is mostly there to support his brother in his duels, although he does seem to have a great deal of control over Kaiba Corp's affairs.

Cosplayer Chiharu, however, gives Mokuba some time for himself in her cosplay. Chiharu portrays Mokuba in a rare solitary moment, deep into his thoughts. She makes it clear that those thoughts are most likely about Seto, though.

8 Crochet Mokuba

Many people around the world enjoy crocheting. Some find it relaxing, while others genuinely enjoy the clothing that comes out of it. Crochet has a distinctive visual style, and it adds an extra touch to an otherwise ordinary ensemble. Aya, a self-described novice cosplayer, incorporates crocheting into her cosplay, and the result is both charming and faithful.

For her take on Mokuba, Aya chooses the character's second ensemble. Both the shirt and the vest are crochet, and she adds the boy's characteristic card necklace as the finishing touch.

7 Duelist Mokuba

Along with Tristan and Tea, Mokuba is one of the few characters in the show who's not a duelist. Strange, considering his brother's passion for the game, but Mokuba doesn't seem interested in following Seto's footsteps. Perhaps in the future, though, but audiences don't get to see it.

Dutch cosplayer @justjesterly's favorite anime is Yu-Gi-Oh! and he makes it clear. And for his interpretation of Mokuba, he gives the young boy a duel disk and a deck of his own. At last, Mokuba is ready to enter the game and make a name for himself.

6 A Tale Of Two Kaibas

Mokuba can barely keep up with his older brother as it is. He spends most of the anime running behind Seto, more often than not carrying that gigantic card-filled briefcase. What would happen, then, if not one but two Setos entered the picture? Mokuba would probably go berserk, even if the extra brother meant more work for him.

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Bellemieux is a cosplayer and nail artist who found herself in this very situation. Cosplaying as Mokuba, she joined two other friends - both playing Kaiba - and a fourth one doing Joey. The result is a hilarious photo that would never fly in the anime, considering Seto's infamous loathing for Joey.

5 Always There To Lend A Hand

In hindsight, it's a little cruel of Kaiba to make Mokuba carry that giant briefcase. After all, Mokuba is considerably shorter than Seto, yet he's the one running around with the presumably heavy and cumbersome briefcase. Then again, it contains Kaiba's rarest and most precious cards, so it's also a huge vow of confidence on the young boy.

Cosplayers @lunaticjudai and @appathic accurately depict the Kaiba brothers' relationship with their cosplays. Jūdai leads the way as Kaiba would, and Fiona is right behind, briefcase in hand. Now, this is being true to the source material.

4 Card Keeper

Kaiba's deck is one of the best in the anime, filled with powerful monsters, convenient spells, and rare traps. And because of his well-known selfishness, it's safe to say that no one except for Makuba knows all of his decks' secrets.

Cosplayer Casper chooses this as the theme for her take on the youngest of the Kaiba boys. Her cosplay is quite accurate, and she's one of the few to get Mokuba's wild hair right. As an extra touch, she includes the open briefcase and gives fans a little glimpse into Seto's treasure trove.

3 Rich Beyond Belief

The Kaiba brothers are rich and not just regular rich. They're Richie Rich rich. Seto and Mokuba preside over one of the leading gaming and entertainment empires in the world. Their only rival is Industrial Illusions, Pegasus' company. The Kaiba boys have a vast amount of resources at their disposal, and they aren't afraid to use them.

@izo_cosplay, the self-described Savage Salt Queen, is an incredibly talented and versatile cosplayer. For her Mokuba cosplay, she joins another brilliant artist, @akrcos, and brings the Kaiba brothers to life in all their wealthy glory. The KC letters in the skyscraper are an excellent touch.

2 There's No Mokuba Without Seto

Mokuba's loyalty to Seto is unwavering. Even when the older Kaiba is acting like a true villain, Mokuba doesn't walk away from him. The youngest of the Kaiba knows what's truly in his brother's heart and knows that, deep down, he isn't all that bad.

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German cosplayer Kathie knows that the best way to bring Mokuba to life is with his older brother. And so she joins fellow German cosplayer Danny and, together, they bring these brothers to life, accurately portraying the unbreakable bond between them.

1 Dogkuba

Perhaps the most wholesome cosplay ever, this doggo takes the cake in the "Who's the best Mokuba?" contest. Corrin is an artist who makes incredible and detailed 3D models of Yu-Gi-Oh!Pokémon, and Digimon cards. Her work is truly spectacular, and her passion for these franchises comes to light in her careful and impressive work.

For a 2020 closet cosplay contest, Corrin put together this inventive and practical Mokuba cosplay for her dog, Sirius. The result is a charming and faithful take on the character and the perfect proof that there are truly no limits when it comes to cosplaying.

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Brawndo From Idiocracy & 9 Other Delicious Fictional Drinks, Ranked

From Idiocracy's Brawndo to Harry Potter's Butterbeer, here are 10 fictional movie & TV drinks ranked by how delicious they are.

Mike Judge's underrated 2006 sci-fi comedy Idiocracy has gained traction in recent years for being a prophetic critique of American culture. The film is set 500 years into the future where society has intellectually devolved so badly that an ordinary citizen from the present named Joe (Luke Wilson) appears to be the smartest man alive. As a result, Joe is appointed as the Secretary of the Interior at the U.S Whitehouse.

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The rampant commercialism in the future includes the consumption of Brawndo, the fictitious "Thirst Mutilator" energy drink featured prominently in the film. To further whet the whistle, here are some more potent movie and TV potable.

10 Booty Sweat - Tropic Thunder (2008)

Despite its unappetizing namesake, Booty Sweat was presented as quite the delectable thirst-quenching beverage in 2008's hit action-comedy Tropic Thunder. The product was used in an ancillary merchandising campaign for the rapper-turned-actor character Alpa Chino (Brandon T. Jackson).

In making a Vietnam movie, Alpa Chino anachronistically promotes the Booty Sweat drink while filming on location in the jungle. Like Brawndo before it, Booty Sweat also began as a fictional drink that was turned into a real product after the film was released.

9 Brawndo - Idiocracy (2006)

The aforesaid Brawndo is the ubiquitous energy drink consumed by the masses in the dystopian future seen in Idiocracy. The flavorful beverage that boasts the tagline "It's Got Electrolytes" was created by Mike Judge solely for use in the film.

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Since the release of the film, the founder of Redux Beverages, James Kirby, has turned Brawndo into a real energy drink in honor of his favorite movie (per NPR). Drake's Brewing Co. has also used the name Brawndo and its tagline for a real alcoholic beverage line.

8 Moloko Plus - A Clockwork Orange (1971)

The iconic opening image of Stanely Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reveals Alex and his droogs firmly entrenched in the erotic Korova Milk Bar. However, it isn't so much the taste of the fictionalized drink as it is the psychological effect that proves so appealing.

According to the Anthony Burgess novel, Moloko Plus is "milk with knives in it" meant to encourage Alex to lash out with violence. In the film, the milk is also laced with one of (or possibly all) three fictional futuristic drugs, including Vellocet, Synthemesc, and Alex's preferred Drencrom.

7 Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (2005)

First introduced in the 1978 radio version of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the iconic cocktail Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster also made an appearance in the 2005 big-screen adaptation of the sci-fi tale.

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Based on the series' potent potable Janx Spirit, Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster is a powerful alcoholic elixir described as "like having your brain smashed out with a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick." Despite the headache it ultimately induces, the taste is too delectable to pass up.

6 Duff Beer - The Simpsons (1989-)

Duff Beer is arguably the most famous fictional beverage ever created. Featured prominently for three decades on The Simpsons, the beloved brand of beer seen in countless frosty mugs inside Moe's Tavern is sure to be recognized by ardent and casual fans alike.

Duff Beer was first introduced on the show in May 1990, which means the fictional brand turns 30 years old this month. Duff Beer is rivaled in the series by Fudd Beer on the show, a popular brand among rival Shelbyville residents despite blinding certain customers in the past.

5 Dark Planet Cola - Escape From Planet Earth (2013)

While several fictional cola beverages can be included - Cadre Cola in The Running Man, Buzz Cola in The Simpsons, etc. - none are sweeter or more addictive than the green-colored Dark Planet Cola in the 2013 film Escape From Planet Earth.

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Brenda Fraser plays Scorch Supernova in the film, a famous astronaut known for making gallant rescue missions. When he becomes trapped on planet Baab, Scorch notices that the population consumes Dark Planet Cola, which is shockingly comprised of 800% sugar.

4 Frobscottle - The BFG (2016)

With a predominant vanilla flavor profile, Frobscottle is one of the yummiest fictional soft drinks found in film or television. Unfortunately, the green liquid substance makes whoever drinks it "whizzpop," according to the parlance of The BFG.

That is, the tasty Frobscottle that "fizzes the wrong way" creates a flatulent side effect punctuated by a noxious green gas cloud. Even so, thirsty denizens are quick to imbibe a champaign glass of Frobscottle in the 2016 Steven Spielberg adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic.

3 Bam Berry Blitz - Amphibia (2019-)

While the highly addictive soft drink Flurm in Futurama deserves mention, the less-known Bam Berry Blitz is far more flavorful.

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Marketed as "The face the punches you in the face and doesn't stop," Bam Berry Blast is a fruity energy drink loaded with caffeine. The beverage was first introduced in Season 1 Episode 3, "Stakeout," in which Sprig tricks Hop Hop and Anne to reconcile by going on a stakeout together.

2 Slusho! - Cloverfield (2008)/Star Trek (2009)

Slusho! is a fictitious beverage brand created by J.J. Abrams for his 2001 series Alias. Ever the shrewd marketer, Abrams recycled the product to promote his viral hit film Cloverfield in 2008 and again in his 2009 adaptation of Star Trek.

According to the fake corporation that produces Slusho!, Tagruato, the slushy-like drink comes in several delicious flavors including Blueberry Zoom, Chocolate Rage, Citrus, Asian Pear, Banana Anime, Strawberry Tasty, and Three "Western-only" flavors.

1 Butterbeer - Harry Potter (2001-2011)

Anyone who's been to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios knows that Butterbear tastes like a sweeter, frothier version of cream soda. Therefore, whether served hot in the winter or frozen in the summer, one can imagine Butterbeer being the most delicious fictional movie beverage of all.

Harry is first introduced to Butterbeer in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but the drink remains a favorite among young wizards throughout the series. In addition to its delectable flavor profile, the sweet-tasting brew is the most famous fictional potable outside of Duff Beer.

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