The foreground image is the initial line-up of the Justice League team seen in Justice League of America (2006). The image comes from issue #7 of that series.
The photographs seen on the wall around those team members show the membership of the team from other times in the group's history.
Front and Center:
Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
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The Gunslinger, Westworld (1973)
Cylon, Battlestar Galactica (original series)
Nomad, Star Trek
K-9, Doctor Who
Mechani-Kong, King Kong Escapes
Huey, Dewey, or Louie, Silent Running
C-3PO, Star Wars
The Iron Giant, ...
Apparently it's called "The Cosmic Cutie".
This question was also asked on reddit, which links to this FAQ.
According to Douglas, the little green blobby planet thing (nickamed
the "Cosmic Cutie") has been struck the final blow, and will not be
featured on any of the new (American) HHG books. Here's what Adams
had to say:
"I HATE the little ...
There is a marvel guide picture for it and shows count of 236, contrary to my own comment
With inspiration from reddit, manual eyeballing, and the help of Julian, below is the list of characters seen in the wedding:-
The White Tiger
I'm pretty sure this is The Avengers version of the Cap minifig, although it's hard to tell. I'm basing this judgment off his belt, mainly, which in the question image appears to be very thick red; Avengers cap is the only one who has thick red bands on his belt in those locations.
This variant is only available with the Captain ...
Top row (L to R)
Red Ranger (from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)
Center Row (L to R)
Darth Vader (from the Star Wars franchise)
The Witch King of Angmar (from The Lord of the Rings films)
Boba Fett (from the Star Wars franchise)
Maximus Decimus Meridius (from the film Gladiator)
Bottom Row (L to R)
I want to say the Wasp, because this shirt seems Avengers-themed and the Wasp was a founding member of the Avengers. For what it's worth, this Wasp wallet has almost the same logo, and is apparently officially licensed:
This product is handcrafted in the USA by Buckle-Down, Inc. and is Officially Licensed by Marvel Comics.
Numbering levels 11–0 from top to bottom, going through each level from left to right (unknown images are in bold).
unknown 'Motel' sign on the left side
Flag of the Democratic Order Of Planets (Futurama) in the middle
Hatch to 'The Swan' facility (Lost) on the right side
Level 11 (Top)
[b] Vault hatch (Fallout)
[b] Rick Deckard (Blade Runner)
It may not be anyone... consider this other Russian poster for Star Wars.
This is quite literally a "space cowboy". I mean one could argue it is supposed to be a depiction of Han Solo, but how could you prove it?
Here is another for Return of the Jedi that I have no idea what is going on...
Consider the excerpt from the answer given by @user931:
The Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee)
Time Lord (probably one of the Gallifrey High Council, possibly Rassilon)
The Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison)
The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker)
The First Doctor (William Hartnell)
The Master (Roger Delgado)
The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith)
Jamie (The Empty Child)
The Eighth ...
That, is Madam Irma Pince (or generally addressed in the books as Madam Pince). She is the librarian at Hogwarts.
Her description, collected across the HP books:
One of Madam Pince's most striking physical attributes was looking like an underfed vulture. She was also very thin and irritable-looking. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Chapter 10 (...
Culturess.com (referencing the official reseller of T-Shirts and branded accessories from the picture's creator) identifies the models as follows;
That is why this “Feminist Agenda” print by Karen Hallion is the
perfect gift for geeky feminist or even the young feminist in
training. It features some of pop culture’s best role models: Peggy
Carter from Agent ...
Angelica Schuyler Church (Renée Elise Goldsberry)
Angelica Schuyler is a character from the Musical "Hamilton". She's portrayed by Renée Elise Goldsberry and wears a pink dress, as pictured below:
Angelica Shuyler is also quoted as saying:
"'We hold these truths to be self-evident
That all men are created equal'
And when I meet Thomas ...
Jean-Luc Picard (Star Trek)
Han Solo (Star Wars)
Captain Ahab (Moby Dick)
Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Captain Planet (from the cartoon)
Captain America (Marvel character)
Captain Crunch (Thanks @calccrypto)
Captain Jack Harkness (Dr Who)
Captain Kangaroo (kid's TV character)
Captain Phillips (2013 movie ...
This is Kaos from Skylanders.
Kaos is an evil Portal Master and the primary antagonist of the Skylanders series. He plots to take over Skylands and was responsible for banishing all the Skylanders from their world to Earth after destroying the Core of Light that protected Skylands.
Found by searching for burger king toy blue markings forehead "blue hands"...
After scouring the internet and coming up with nothing, I finally found the answer in the most unlikeliest of places: my aunt’s house. There, by complete coincidence, I saw this keychain:
My aunt says it’s from a pencil case she bought at Borders books, a pencil case like this:
Which has this keychain:
Look a little familiar?
Thanks to this, I was able ...
It's the Mad Hatter from American McGee's Alice, although the one you have is missing the magnificent hat.
I'm pretty sure this picture is actually from Madness Returns, the sequel; the character design is the same in both games, but in Alice he doesn't have the bruising around his eyes
The action figure comes in two variants; the one you have appears to ...
From this page (which has this image embedded):
In 1990, Star Wars was finally released in Russia. At that time, local
artists produced posters for foreign movies without any knowledge of
the films, which led to some unique designs. This rare poster
describes the movie as a “galactic Western” and features an imaginary
image by Yury Bokser ...
That's not Dragon Ball, I think. It looks like the Pokémon Rayquaza, actually.
Notice the overall green, the little T-Rex-y arms, the golden pattern on the side, and the red edges on the rudder "separations" of his body.
Granted, the toy looks a bit shorter and its "horns" are shorter (and parallel), but it still matches a lot of Rayquaza's features.
This is from "The Enemy Within", episode 5 of season 1 of Star Trek: The Original Series. The creature is never named in the episode, although the planet they found it on is stated to be Alpha 177, so Memory Alpha calls it the "Alfa 177 Canine".
Here's a screenshot from the same episode with Kirk holding the same creature:
Technically, your screenshot ...
Wullf Yularen was an admiral for the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars and later a colonel in the Galactic Empire's Imperial Security Bureau. He was eventually promoted to Deputy Director of the Naval Intelligence Agency. Yularen was one of the officers assigned to the Death Star.
Behind the scenes
Wullf Yularen first appeared as ...
The scary rabbit is 'Frank' from Donnie Darko
Do you believe in time travel?Frank, Donnie Darko (2001)
The elf in the green is 'Link' from Legend of Zelda
Thank you to eyballfrog for pointing out that this might be the 'Ocarina of Time' version of Link.
The guy with the brown coat is 'The Doctor', from Doctor Who
Presumably the ...
Susan Foreman, granddaughter and very first Companion to the Doctor.
The photograph seen in "The Pilot" appears to be a cropped and re-backgrounded version of this one, which according to Wikipedia is a copyrighted BBC "publicity still":
The first episode of Series 10 has long been marketed as a "brand new start", an episode like "Rose" or "The Eleventh ...
The astronaut appears about 44 minutes into Star Wars, just after 3PO moves alongside Luke at the entrance to the cantina. He's in both the theatrical release and the subsequent updated disc I have here.
It looks more like the Gemini suit (shown below) than Mercury.