Creating your own Diego Hargreeves Costume from the hit Umbrella Academy show will be pretty simple and a great option for a group cosplay!
One of the most endearing characters of the Hargreeves family, Diego leads the closest thing to a normal life outside of the academy (other than his sister Vanya). His day job is working at a boxing gym, occasionally brawling for money, but mostly being the loner janitor; his night life consists of being a vigilante and using his powers for good in a city full of crime. Born with supernatural powers, this allows him to throw knives with superhuman accuracy and change their arc in the air. Essentially, telekinetic attributes over bladed weapons. He also brings a very real element to the cast by having the deepest connection to the kid’s android nanny, Grace, referring to her as ‘Mom’ exclusively. While Luther may be known as ‘Number One,’ the character who wrangles the cast together is most commonly, albeit reluctantly, the gruff and lovable softie Diego.
Diego Hargreeves Costume Parts:
- Adult Outfit:
- Black turtle neck
- Eye mask, black
- Combat boots
- Lack tactical gloves
- Tactical chest knife belt/Thigh knife belt
- Black leather bracers
- Jeans, black
- Scar makeup/prosthetic
Diego Hargreeves Costume, Other Character Facts:
- Alias: Also known as “The Kraken” and “Number Two.”
- Spoilerific extras: He is also the most tortured soul as he falls in love with a detective he works extensively with investigating various crime elements, only to have her murdered by two representatives of ‘The Commission’ known by their aliases Hazel and Cha-Cha.
- Portrayed by: David Castañeda
The Umbrella Academy Background:
The Umbrella Academy has amassed massive popularity with the debut of the 2019 Netflix series, inspired by the comic series written by My Chemical Romances’ Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá. Currently, the series is comprised of 3 volumes, titled Apocalypse Suite, Dallas and Hotel Oblivion. Initial comic release spanned from 2006 to as recently as this year. A hit Netflix adaptation premiered in February 2009 and its massive popularity is showing no sign of slowing down.
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