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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })A character who can be anybody during the course of the story. Giving a character this power and concealing its use from the audience for a "reveal" is very hard to pull off.
They may rely on extensive training and a vast collection of wigs, clothing and stage makeup to pull off the fakery. Or, their powers could be Phlebotinum-driven, in that they have the physical ability to alter their very shape and size to perfectly match that of the person they are duplicating. In animation, this is often done by having said master of disguise go into a tornado-like spin to don or doff the disguise.
Expect them to be called "The Chameleon" (even if real chameleons can't hide themselves) and to be crucial to an Impossible Mission.
Their allegiances can go either way. Sometimes they're villains, sometimes they're heroes (though not usually Big Bad or The Hero themselves), and very often they're just Wild Cards.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_2'); })See also Convenient Color Change; Latex Perfection; Master of Illusion; Shapeshifting; Wig, Dress, Accent; We Will Not Use Stage Makeup In The Future; The Power of Acting. Compare Clark Kenting. Master Actor is a subtrope that covers only the acting. Man of a Thousand Faces is when an Actor is a Master of Disguise. Someone may be Cast as a Mask.
Not to be confused with Happy Madison Production's The Master of Disguise.
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Sasuke from Sengoku Basara has the ability to perfectly disguise himself as other characters using ninja techniques.
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Akko from Himitsu no Akko-chan thanks to magical mirror that allows her to transform into anything and anyone she wants, sometimes copying their abilities too.
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Jared, the Pretender from The Pretender, had an entire series based around this. While he never changed his physical appearance, he would adopt an extremely wide array of different jobs, mastering all of them in an astonishingly short timespan.
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Five in Detective Conan: Shinichi's mother Yukiko, former prize-winning actress and Black Organization member Vermouth who actually trained with Yukiko; the Kaitou Kids who also starred in Magic Kaito — Kuroba Kaito currently and Kuroba Toichi formerly (who trained Vermouth and Yukiko), and Phantom Lady who trained Kuroba Toichi — and married him.
Some of the above five have helped other characters out with their disguises: Shuichi Akai, who has been posing as Subaru Okiya to keep an eye on the Black Organization and protect Ai as he promised to her dead sister. Yukiko is the one who trained him, too. And Bourbon, probably trained by Vermouth.
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False Face from the Batman (1966) TV show (who was based on a one-shot comics villain). He also appeared in one episode of each Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Batman Beyond.
His actor Malachi Throne even allowed him to be credited as "???" for his first few appearances.
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Ranma ½ has Tsubasa Kurenai, a oneshot (twoshot in the anime, with a pair of cameos) character whose specialty is dressing up in elaborate costumes, mainly of inanimate objects, which allow him to blend in perfectly to his surroundings if he chooses. He's been a mailbox, a statue, the sign outside Ukyo's restaurant, a trashcan, a kasa-obake, a vending machine... and underneath the costume, he also dresses in women's clothes as an expression of his love for Bifauxnen Wholesome Crossdresser Ukyo Kuonji. He's so good at impersonating a woman that just about everyone he meets actually thinks he is one at first. He even has a girl's voice (unless he's angered; in that case, his voice becomes as male as you can hear it from someone his age)!
Another oneshot, Copycat Ken was a paparazzo who stole martial artists' techniques by becoming them and using all of their moves against them. The only one he couldn't copy perfectly was Happosai, because he was just too perverted. So he trained Ken. He ended up with so many copies that he started mixing them up and became unable to change back.
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Raffles, being more or less an Evil Counterpart of Sherlock Holmes is also quite good with disguises.
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A little known one-shot manga by Kigitsu Katsuhisa (Creator of Franken Fran and Helen ESP) named Phase 20 has the mysterious legendary thief who calls himself "Twenty Faces". As the name implies, he's a pro at blending in and going by undetected.
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This is the talent of the Ultimate Imposter in Super Danganronpa 2. At the beginning of the game he is disguised as (and introduced to everyone as) Byakuya Togami, one of the survivors of the previous game. It's a pretty exact disguise... except that the Impostor weighs twice as much as Togami does. However, he's so good at impersonating people that his weight doesn't stop him from fooling anyone. His true "identity" isn't revealed until long after his death, but his Free Times and Dangan Island segments reveal that he has impersonated multiple people in the past and has no identity of his own.
Tsumugi Shirogane, the Ultimate Cosplayer, in New Danganronpa V3. Her ability to assume someone else's identity surpasses that of the Ultimate Imposter! Unlike the Ultimate Imposter, Tsumugi can somehow change her body's shape and size and she can switch appearances in the blink of an eye. In return, she is incapable of disguising herself as a real person and can only dress as fictional characters. She apparently has an allergic reaction if she tries to cosplay as a real person.
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In Monster Johann dresses up as his sister twice. Once as a child for a completely inexplicable reason and then later as an adult just in order to fuck with everyone. No one saw that coming. As a variation on this trope he also proves a master of disguising his identity and real nature (through sheer charisma) from various people right up until it's too late for them to do anything about it.
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Altered Suliban in Star Trek: Enterprise can change their appearance to resemble other humanoids, including specific people.
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The Spider: unsurprising in that he was a Follow the Leader of The Shadow.
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Ninjas in Empowered. One of them even disguises as a dog!
Then we have Ninjette, who, while a ninja herself, is on a whole different level, as she once consummated a marriage as the groom. Other ninjas are still wondering how she did it, with her clan still teaching about this to their children even after she defected.
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Erast Fandorin is so good at this that some characters get confused, which of his appearances is the real, original one.
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The Belgariad's Guile Hero Silk is talented enough to sit down at his lifelong friends' restaurant table and go unrecognized, purely by manipulating his facial muscles. He's a Living Legend in his country's spy agency for good reason.
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The Simpsons: Sideshow Bob is very good at disguising himself. He disguised himself as Krusty and framed him for armed robbery of the Kwik-E Mart. He pretended to be a Western restaurant owner to lure the Simspons into a trap. He even used plastic surgery to switch his and his cellmate's faces so he can take his cellmate's release.
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Doc Savage, which is pretty amazing when you consider his extraordinary physical appearance — roughly 6'6" (2 meters) tall, perfectly muscled, bronze skin and eyes, and yet he frequently fools his closest associates.
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On Gotham, Jeremiah Valeska, one of the show's take's on the Joker, is one of these. After his twin brother, Jerome, is killed, it appears that he is sending messages to both his followers and his enemies beyond the grave, until, during one of the recordings, "Jerome" begins to peel prosthetic scars off of his face, revealing that it has been Jeremiah sending the messages the entire time. He also got the Joker's characteristic bleached skin when Jerome exposed him to insanity gas (which, besides driving people insane, causes "minor cosmetic effects" in those exposed to it), but is able to hide that he was exposed to the gas with skilled application of makeup. He would have had to be pretty knowledgeable about professional makeup application techniques and products to make his skin look natural enough to fool everyone around him. It's possible that he is so knowledgeable about stage makeup and facial prosthetics because he was raised in a circus.
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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero:
Zartan. Whether he uses actual masks or has the power to shapeshift Depends on the Writer.
Zartan also has a little sister named Zarana, who is similarly gifted with disguises. Seems it runs in the family.
To a lesser extent the Baroness and Scarlett were both masters of disguise, but they always used rubber masks. Scarlett invariably botched it anyway, but Baroness could easily be, for example, a highly decorated prison warden. (In one episode, the Baroness wore a disguise so convincing she fooled Destro, her supposed lover.)
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Also it is noted that in Dai Sentai Goggle Five, Goggle Pink/Miki Momozono is designed to be a Shout-Out (or Expy) to Cutey Honey above, since she just needs to spin around to change clothes without flinging them off (even going as far as switching from Goggle suit to a sexy Flamenco dancer outfit right off bat).
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Sylar from Heroes recently joined the members of this trope. In addition to a ton of other powers, goshdangit. Even before he gained the ability to full-on shapeshift in Part 4, Sylar was fond of using a variety of fake accents and stolen uniforms to trick people into trusting him or gain access to places he wasn't supposed to be.
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Jay, from the Paladin of Shadows series after the first one. Kurt Schwenke is also suggested to be this, in A Deeper Blue.
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In Pokémon Platinum, Looker claims to be a Master of Disguise (he uses the exact term) and admittedly, he manages to get into the Team Galactic base undetected by disguising himself as a Grunt.
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Both The Joker and Harley Quinn are extremely good with disguises and impersonations as well.
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Fullmetal Alchemist Envy is an example of this. Oftentimes he will disguise himself as various members of the army to get to places that he otherwise could not go. He also uses his power of shape shifting to confuse people and take advantage of them. He used this tactic when he kills Hughes by disguising as Ross and Gracia. In the manga and in Brotherhood, he constantly uses this power to keep his monstrous identity hidden and in the original anime by hiding his identity as Ed and Al's eldest brother..
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Pablo in The Backyardigans episode "Le Master of Disguise".
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Black Orchid's M.O. involved mugging and replacing a minor female character in each story, with her involvement only revealed at the very end.
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One arc in Conchy involves a Pygmy master of disguise disguising himself as a banana on the beach. Partway through, he is joined by another Pygmy master of disguise disguised as a starfish. Eventually the starfish deserts, and the banana is caught when an Islander hears him whistling the national anthem.
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Nymphadora Tonks from the Harry Potter series is a metamorphagus who can change any part of her appearance at will, which she says was very helpful in the disguise section of her Auror exams.
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The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan: Stanley Chan is this combined with Cosplay. Sometimes his disguises are very useful, sometimes... not quite so much◊.
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Honey Kisaragi a.k.a. Cutey Honey. Through the "Airborne Element Fixing Device", Honey is able to manipulate the air molecules in the air to create objects and change her appearance. Honey has a large array of transformations and disguises in the series.
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The Day of the Jackal, in which the eponymous assassin is a Master of Disguise capable of getting close to his target (Charles De Gaulle) undetected, helped inspire the nickname for Real Life assassin and terrorist Carlos "The Jackal", who had similar abilities to elude authorities.
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Parodied on Arrested Development with a private eye who always wears a rather bad disguise, but who completely fools the delighted Lucille.
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In the music video for "Beautiful Stranger" this is used by Austin Powers chief Basil to explain the many looks of Madonna, portrayed as a Femme Fatale Spy who has seduced the top agents of British Intelligence.
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Nom Anor in the New Jedi Order. His people, the Yuuzhan Vong, have genetically engineered a creature called an ooglith masquer that acts as a second skin that can alter the wearer's features dramatically, even allowing them to impersonate members of other species (though since they're basically humanoid, impersonating some species requires more extensive alteration). Anor, though, is a master actor and spy on top of that- with a masquer and the right prep time, he can fool anyone except a Jedi (since the Anti-Magic nature of the Vong means they don't show up in the Force).
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Great Britain aka 007 of Cyborg 009. In fact, he was a brilliant clasically-trained actor before being turned into a Cyborg.
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Horace Badman alias Hogo Fogo in Lemonade Joe. He sports wigs, fake beards and moustaches, glasses, dark glasses, hats, make-up... His own brother didn't recognize him when he was disguised as a black trumpet player and an old blind man.
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Ren from Tower of God successfully infiltrated Evankhell's Hell by dressing up as the instructor Yuga. Though that might not have been that hard, considering what Yuga looks like◊.
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Discworld:
Moist von Lipwig. Though this is equal parts disguising himself and his natural appearance; he was born with the most forgettable face in the world, the sort of person that someone would look at and think, "I wonder if I've seen that man before", and is average in every way—he describes himself as "about", as in "about twenty to thirty, about average height", etc. He disguises himself with removable things like glasses, flashy clothing, or horrifyingly thick ear-hair, all of which are more memorable than his actual features.
The title character of the opera Il Truccatore in the The Phantom of the Opera pastiche Maskerade. The title actually means "The Master of Disguise" (on the Disc; in reality it means "The Make-up Artist"), and is sometimes loosely translated as "The Man with a Thousand Faces" (as a Shout-Out to Lon Chaney ... who of course, played the Phantom of the Opera).
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Sedusa from The Powerpuff Girls. In her first appearance, she posed as a woman named Ima Goodlady (the words "I am a good lady" mixed together). She also disguised herself as Ms Bellum and disguised Ms Bellum as herself.
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The Shadow was a disguise master in his magazine adventures; made slightly easier in his case considering how few people ever truly saw his face.
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Discussed on Elementary as Sherlock openly notes that even the best latex masks and wigs have limitations, that just looking like a person isn't enough to stand up to close observation when the posture, the behaviour or even just the voice don't match. It's possible to not look like oneself, but next to impossible to look like a specific other person to their friends. That's why the murderer of the week impersonated a certain elderly woman at night having a seizure seen through a dirty window, neatly obscuring or explaining away any discrepancies.
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With the appropriate stunt in Spirit of the Century, characters can disguise themselves thoroughly enough that they don't even have to declare in advance what they are disguising themselves as. They simply declare that they are going undercover and leave the party. At any later point, they can declare that any of the background NPCs is really the player in disguise.
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In one Axis Powers Hetalia strip, China vents his frustrations to a panda and talks about how he's sick of all the foreigners and how Russia's planning to backstab him. The panda takes its head off, revealing Russia.
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The dragons in World of Warcraft are able to assume humanoid forms, generally High Elvish, but there are exceptions, such as human or even gnome forms. Notably, Onyxia used to live in the human city of Stormwind, under the disguise of human Lady Katrana Prestor, where she was subtly influencing political decisions to the Black Dragonflight's favor. Some dragons appear to be worse than others at this: thus, the leader of Red Dragons Alexstrasza takes on the guise of a Blood Elf of High Elf, but even in the guise she keeps her distinctive dragon horns and red color. Since she doesn't actually hide the fact she's a dragon, perhaps she does this on purpose.
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In River of Teeth, Archie is the most skilled conwoman around and an expert at disguise and acting, passing as both a Southern Belle and as a Southern Gentleman at different points of the story.
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Artemus Gordon, on The Wild Wild West even fooled Jim West occasionally. However, his disguises weren't allowed to be too good as a result of Executive Meddling, fearing that Viewers Are Morons and would be confused.
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Time Scout's Chuck Farley. He disguises his face, his mannerisms, everything.
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Tiger & Bunny has Origami Cyclone revealed in episode 8 and used later to infiltrate Jake and Kriem's hideout. It did not end well.
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Continues in The Keys Stand Alone: The Soft World. One example: George takes the form of Folse Tarmi to get past some robots, and worries that his accent will trip him up. Luckily he doesn't need to speak to them.
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Sonic Underground: Dingo is something of a Master of Disguise, though his powers are controlled by his partner Sleet making this an form of Involuntary Shapeshifting.
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The title character of the opera Il Truccatore in the The Phantom of the Opera pastiche Maskerade. The title actually means "The Master of Disguise" (on the Disc; in reality it means "The Make-up Artist"), and is sometimes loosely translated as "The Man with a Thousand Faces" (as a Shout-Out to Lon Chaney ... who of course, played the Phantom of the Opera).
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The Houndcats: Puttypuss.
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In Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, Berg Katse is really good at disguise, especially considering he is a mutant who can switch genders at will.
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Averted with George in With Strings Attached. Though he can become a perfect copy of anyone, he knows he can't adequately pull off an impersonation because he can't readily suppress his accent, act, or otherwise seem convincing. When he has to become the woman Bayanis, he spends the entire time praying no one will ask him to say or do anything. When he becomes a goblin, every detail about him besides his shape is wrong, and he has to rationalize every one of them when he is questioned. Luckily for him, in these cases no one is expecting an impersonator.
Continues in The Keys Stand Alone: The Soft World. One example: George takes the form of Folse Tarmi to get past some robots, and worries that his accent will trip him up. Luckily he doesn't need to speak to them.
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Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace plays up the idea of Sherlock Holmes as a master of disguise, with Holmes donning multiple disguises over the course of the movie.
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The Spirit: his arch-nemesis The Octopus is an accomplished Master of Disguise. As he is also The Faceless, the only clue the reader has to his identity at any time is when his hands are visible; he always wears purple gloves with three yellow stripes appliqued onto the back. It has been established that he has the same height, weight and general build as the Spirit, so he frequently chooses to impersonate the Spirit in order to implicate him or to confound the cops into shooting at the wrong guy.
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The Chameleonian alien from Space Dandy is so good at disguising itself, it can actually make they person it's disguised as think that they're the Chameleonian.
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In Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, you seem to rescue Flynn at Tsukiji Konganji, but much later they turn out to be Shesha, who has not only grown very strong after being defeated several times but can assume human forms and not just his trademark snake forms.
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Any and all Lunars in Exalted have the ability to disguise themselves perfectly by Shapeshifting.
Any Exalt with Charms dedicated to disguise can be this. Solars, in particular, can convincingly disguise themselves as anything up to and including a decently powerful local deity.
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Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise, one of the detectives who featured in Detective Comics before it became an all-Batman title, could disguise himself as any occupation (or any race, although those stories are pretty cringe-inducing in retrospect) through clever use of costumes and make-up.
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This is Agent Triple X's primary skill in The Man Called Flintstone. It also allows him to hide his true identity as the Green Goose.
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Lord Cedric from W.I.T.C.H. is a Shapeshifter, and knows how to disguise someone without using any magic or power. He uses the latter talent to bring Vathek (who looks like an ogre) around Heatherfield without nobody being the wiser.
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Inspector Gadget: Brain is an interesting case. Whatever he wears never seems to be more than a Paper-Thin Disguise to to the viewers (due to the fact that, well, he's a dog) but he strangely seems to fool almost everyone else with them.
The episode "The Infiltration" featured the very hammy master of disguise Presto Change-O, who could impersonate anybody almost flawlessly, although his paler complexion, menacing eyes and all that teeth are still visible, yet no one else seems to notice those flaws.
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American Dad!: Roger is perhaps one of the best examples of this trope. He literally has an entire closet full of disguises, and usually ends up disguised at least once (if not multiple times) per episode. Of course, many of his disguises are Paper Thin, but no one seems to notice, most of the time.
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Pokémon Adventures
Green, through creative usage of her Ditto as a sort of Latex Perfection mask. Her disguises include Sabrina during the Rocket Team HQ assault in the Red/Blue arc and the old man with the Abra in the Pokemon League during the Gym Leader battle of the Gold/Silver/Crystal arc. Even Silver, the one who she's been with for the longest time, wasn't able to identify her until her Ditto flowed off to reveal her true face.
The Latias who's friends with Emerald is also able to do this by manipulating the refraction of light. She's actually a lot easier to identify than Green. Just look for females with her distinctive hairstyle.
Petrel has proven to be this in the HeartGold/SoulSilver arc, dressing up as the Johto Safari Zone owner, Eusine, Silver and Lance... in the same page.
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The Elysium Project has Mirage, a test subject of the eponymous Elysium Project. Mirage's specialty is using his powers to make himself look like other people.
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Marvel Universe:
Elektra sometimes wears disguises to get close to her target.
Mr. Fantastic, of the Fantastic Four, has infrequently used his stretching powers to assume a different face. His wife Sue has recently learned that her invisibility powers are simply the ability to manipulate light waves and thus she can use this to change her appearance.
Spider-Man villain, The Chameleon. He wears exquisitely made latex masks, is a skilled mimic, and his own mask is equipped with voice changer software.
For a time, the Chameleon also used a holographic belt that could instantly create an image of whoever he wanted to pose as.
Chameleon is also astounding in able to imitate someone. When he posed as Tigra, Avengers Academy member Finesse (who prides herself on knowing a person through their fighting moves) is in denial Chameleon could duplicate Tigra's micro-expressions enough to fool her.
Mystique, X-Men - she's a shapeshifter, and is quite comfortable as either a man or a woman. On the other hand, she has more difficulty maintaining a shape that is different in mass than herself. For example, when she spent a few years pretending to be a Governor's wife, using the name Mallory Brickman, part of her disguise was that she was about twice her normal weight. Since she was going to have to maintain this image for a very long time, she gained weight, to bring her own mass up to the same amount as "Mallory".
The Black Widow being a trained espionage agent has this as one of her skills.
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Gene Simmons' "Man Of 1000 Faces", from the KISS Solo Albums. "I can put on any face; you won't know me, but it's no disgrace."
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"Stone Cold" Steve Austin often stalked Vince McMahon this way. A noteworthy example was on the October 6, 1998 episode WWE Raw, in which Austin, disguised as a doctor, lunged at an injured McMahon at the hospital, proceeding to beat the holy hell out of him. He also stalked McMahon as a cameraman earlier on.
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Assassin and terrorist Carlos the Jackal, so much so that he got his nickname from a fictional Master of Disguise and became a fictionalized nemesis for Jason Bourne; see The Day of the Jackal, above.
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There are several Prestige Classes in third edition Dungeons & Dragons that focus on this skill, focusing on creating and maintaining cover identities and gaining certain bonuses to using them. The Prestige Class descriptions mention that use of these methods is usually cover for less legal activities. Everyone has the 'disguise' skill available to them, but these extra classes are where the masters are.
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In Fallout 4, Deacon is the top intelligence agent of the Railroad, and often uses disguises, wigs and reconstructive facial surgery to change his appearance. Deacon will actually be present and keeping an eye on you on several occasions prior to your first meeting with the Railroad: for example, he's the bald and helmetless Diamond City guard who stands and watches Piper argue with the mayor, and he's also there to meet you as a drifter in Goodneighbour, hanging out outside the shops. When you recruit him as a companion, he'll continue to change his outfit depending on where you are. The only thing that doesn't change regarding his disguises is his Cool Shades.
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The Venture Bros.: David Bowie, via shapeshifting and psychic powers. Also see below.
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In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, Petrel desperately wishes he was this (he keeps make-up in his belt for just such a purpose), but the two times he disguises himself (As Giovanni in Team Rocket's hideout and as the Director in the Radio Tower) are completely pointless, and his disguise fails to fool the player anyway. Amusingly enough, the player's disguise works perfectly, until your Rival comes along...
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Shapeshifter, one of the main villains in Comico's Elementals series.
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The Snooper and Blabber short "Person to Prison" has criminal Quick-Change Quentin, who can perfectly disguise himself as anybody and anything.
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The Changelings in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine are actually a race of almost liquid amoeba that can change their shape to about anything. While the changeling in the main cast can only rudimentarily mimic humanoid features, more skilled ones can impersonate any person and even fooled close friends for years.
Speaking of Star Trek, Isaac Asimov once suggested to Roddenberry that Kirk might make a good one of these.
Because he's a hologram, The Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager can mimic anyone so long as an image of them is uploaded into the main computer.
Altered Suliban in Star Trek: Enterprise can change their appearance to resemble other humanoids, including specific people.
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Sanjay and Craig features Craig, the talking snake master of disguise half of the titular duo.
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Kirk Lazarus of Tropic Thunder is a master actor. He is a blue eyed blond haired Australian playing a black Sergeant and while he was doing that he managed to pose as a Vietnamese Farmer.
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In The A-Team, team leader John Smith did this at the start of every episode, but he only used it to fool potential clients until he decided they were O.K. Then he'd take off the disguise right in front of them.
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Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger's Shurikenger made his own version. He has no name or human appearance. As a result he has no definite actor other than his voice actor. His human form is always that of some passerby, played by a past sentai hero, until he reveals himself by transforming — with the past hero's transformation pose! (Except Battle Kenya's; since they didn't have transformation poses, Kenji Ohba's Shurikenger awesomely, hilariously does his Space Sheriff Gavan pose, which is much more elaborate than any Sentai one, and not counting that he also does Daigorou Oume/Denzi Blue and chose to skip that one to add more surprise.)
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Tzigone of Counselors and Kings is a former street performer and natural mimic, which allows her to pull a dizzying array of impersonations- particularly since she's flat enough to pull a convincing male. It's very hard to pick Tzigone out of a group of people if she doesn't want you to (the fact that half the Big Bad Duumvirate has been after her most of her life makes such skills essential).
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Full Metal Panic!: Wraith, whose job in MITHRIL is to be a Master of Disguise. Kaname has no idea what he/she really looks like.
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Spoofed in The Goodies with the villainous Nasty Person, who says he got his Master of Disguise from Sussex University.
Later they fool Nasty Person's brainless henchman into thinking he's disguised himself as the Goodies, all three of them. At the same time.
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False-Face, who shares a name with a Batman villain with the same gimmick.
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Speaking of Star Trek, Isaac Asimov once suggested to Roddenberry that Kirk might make a good one of these.
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Mr. Fantastic, of the Fantastic Four, has infrequently used his stretching powers to assume a different face. His wife Sue has recently learned that her invisibility powers are simply the ability to manipulate light waves and thus she can use this to change her appearance.
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Irwin M. Fletcher (Chevy Chase) from Fletch.
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The Avenger. Richard Henry Benson, of the 1930's pulps was a master of disguise. He suffered a horrible emotional shock which deadened the nerves in his face which he could mold like putty. (Ah the innocence of the 30's!) He carried around a disguise kit with wig, contacts, make-up etc to go along with the putty face. Later when his face came back to life he invented a serum which had the same effect.
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Zartan from G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
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Transformers: Prime: Makeshift. He was apparently capable of transforming into anyone he wanted. He was also killed off at the end of the episode.
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Lisbeth Salander in The Millennium Trilogy.
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Mitch Leary from In the Line of Fire
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Girl Genius: Mister Wooster pulls off a number of disguises, this one possibly taking the cake as that particular "Corbettite" has been showing up all over in the post-Beast-battle pages without being found out.
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Jarael does this several times in Knights of the Old Republic. She poses as a full-blooded Arkanian, a staff member at an arena, and two Jedi. It turns out the derelict ship she grew up in was parked over an abandoned clothing warehouse, so she played a lot of dress-up as a kid.
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In The Haunting of Drearcliff Grange School by Kim Newman, Alfred Wax can impersonate any real or imaginary person with the aid of a few costume pieces or props and, it's suggested, a Glamour that causes people to overlook any shortcomings in his disguise or his performance. The limitation is that he can never return to a persona he's already done before — and that includes his own real self. The closest he can manage to being himself is to invent a persona that might plausibly be something like himself and impersonate that; he claims that even he doesn't remember what his real face looked like.
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Masaharu Niou and Hiroshi Yagyuu from The Prince of Tennis. They pretend to be each other during a doubles match, after all.
Mercilessly parodied with Koharu and Yuuji, who use disguises not to conceal their identities but to disrupt their rivals's concentration. To beat them Momoshiro and Kaidoh had to become Masters of Disguise, using lucha libre masks to confuse them back.
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One memorable battle from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger even had Mei fighting the villains' master of disguise, Lamie, with both often switching costumes.
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In The Last Days Of FOXHOUND Octopus becomes a straight-up shapeshifter: He can disguise himself as anyone (including Berthold, who is a wolf) by using specially prepared solutions of the target's blood, and assimilates all of their physical mannerisms including genetics, physical abilities, and... Clothing? Better not think too much about that one. At one point, Mantis and Ocelot even force Octopus into obtaining a Liquid disguise just by force-feeding him Liquid's blood. The comic's continuity even explains how FOXDIE is able to kill him in spite of his freakish genetics: It was programmed to kill all witnesses to Shadow Moses, including the person Octopus was disguised as at the time.
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MW has Michio impersonating every female victim he kills.
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The original Arsène Lupin, gentleman thief, had this down to an art, and inspires several imitations. Notably, his appearance doesn't get much attention in the novels because he never looks the same twice. In his first short story he confesses to the narrator that he no longer even recognises his own, undisguised face in the mirror.
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Elektra sometimes wears disguises to get close to her target.
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The Disney Mouse and Duck Comics have many examples:
The Phantom Blot is possibly the most famous, who, in American stories, puts Latex Perfection over his hood (American stories never remove his hood).
Paperinik (Donald Duck's Anti-Hero alter ego) is rather good thanks to the use of Latex Perfection and very good acting skills, to the point that his Clark Kenting act holds because everyone just assumes he wears a Donald Duck mask under his Domino Mask. He becomes even better in Paperinik New Adventures, having access to devices that make him appear having a completely different body shape (including that of a tree) or have a flame around his head.
Classic Paperinik villain villain "Il Trasformista", his name being Italian for The Master of Disguise, has this as his whole sthick. He's good enough that the only time Paperinik or anyone else saw through his disguise was when he disguised himself as Donald (not a disguise Paperinik would fall for, for obvious reasons), and he later broke out thanks to masks made out of breadcrumbs.
Appropriately enough, Fantomius the Gentleman Thief, the one whose journal inspired Donald into becoming Paperinik (even using his costume and, early on, many of his gadgets), and his partner/fiancee Dolly Paprika are this too, complete with Latex Perfection.
In the spy-themed PIA stories, Daisy: as part of Scrooge's Private Intelligence Agency, she specializes in taking a disguise appropriate to the situation and infiltrate the enemy base to cause damage or just hang around in the background until she can whack the villain in the head, with the early stories just have her disguise as a relevant character with little to indication it was actually her until she has either returned to the base after completing her job or just whacked the villain.
This is a somewhat widespread ability in Paperinik New Adventures. Besides Paperinik, we have:
One and Two, at least through video screens and holograms. Justified because they're both incredibly powerful Artificial Intelligences, so it's easy game for them to make up an incredibly realistic image.
The Raider, through the use of 23rd century technology, can easily mask himself even as people smaller than himself.
23rd century characters have often done the same, most notably the Gryphon (the Raider's successor in a Bad Future and son), who disguised himself as the Raider himself, and a droid made specifically to take on Paperinik's appearance through holograms.
The Evronians have a number of Shape-Shifting Super Soldiers with this ability, the most notable being Grrodon.
The Creature from PKNA #11 developed this ability after crossing through dimensions.
Possibly the best one of all: Miklos, the Grey Mouse, who, thanks to creative use of Latex Perfection and stilts, can easily disguise himself as people twice as tall as him. Also, he's extremely able to disguise himself as Mickey, using their extreme resemblance and acting skills to fool even his friends.
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The Unknown Soldier uses latex face masks to perfection.
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Parodied by Col. Flagg of M*A*S*H, who thinks he's one of these, while in reality absolutely anyone can see through his disguises. Mostly due to the ridiculous ones he tries to pull off.
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Square One TV: In the Mathnet serial "The Kalpurnian Kugel Caper" Mathnet's CIA contact is a master of disguise, at various times disguised as an old lady, a dog, and a llama. Subverted when George thinks that the CIA man is disguised as a lamp pole.
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Count Olaf from A Series of Unfortunate Events, being an actor, has an infinite amount of costumes at his disposal, especially from his evil troupe. He's been everything from a Sikh gym teacher, to a submarine captain, to a carny. No one second guesses the tall lanky man with an eye tattoo on his ankle except the Baudelaire kids.
Fernald, a.k.a. "the hook-handed man." is arguably even better, since even the Baudelair kids fall for his disguises. And he doesn't even have to take off his hooks to do it, he just hides them.
Taken to an extreme in The Unauthorized Autobiography, which implies it is a common ability of VFD members and mentions people disguising themselves as a chest of drawers, a street, and a pickup truck.
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Paperinik (Donald Duck's Anti-Hero alter ego) is rather good thanks to the use of Latex Perfection and very good acting skills, to the point that his Clark Kenting act holds because everyone just assumes he wears a Donald Duck mask under his Domino Mask. He becomes even better in Paperinik New Adventures, having access to devices that make him appear having a completely different body shape (including that of a tree) or have a flame around his head.
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The film adaptations gave it more of the typical spy treatment, turning the titular villain into a Blofeld-esque Diabolical Mastermind. Fantômas would always be hiding his face with a bluish bald latex Expressive Mask that he would typically wear other rubber masks over.
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Kim Possible:
Camille Léon.
Oddly enough in an earlier episode, Ron Stoppable pulled off this trope, using a latex mask to impersonate Mr. Dr. Possible. In a later episode, Monique helped Kim impersonate Camille after Camille framed Kim for stealing an upcoming fashion line.
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Batman: The Animated Series:
Batman would occasionally disguise himself for undercover work in the criminal underworld. Clayface, a shape-shifting villain, appeared in the same series.
Amazingly enough, Harley Quinn was remarkably successful at this, fooling the police by disguising her self as another police officer in "The Joker's Favor", a lawyer in "The Man Who Killed Batman", and a security guard in "Joker's Millions". (One of many reasons that has led some fans to believe she's faking the insanity and can "turn it off" whenever she wants to.)
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Despite being primarily Lupin's shtick, the other characters are perfectly capable of pulling this off, even well enough to fool each other. One Lupin III (Red Jacket) episode's villain turned out to be Fujiko all along, and in another, Zenigata managed to get the jump on Lupin (literally) by disguising as Fujiko.
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Top Cat: One episode has a criminal who can do this, and used this to disguise himself as Officer Dibble.
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Sym-Bionic Titan:
Octus (a robot) normally takes on two disguises: Newton and Mr. Lunis. It's shown that he can alter the appearance of the latter, when hiding from the cops and the former when trying on a prom tux.
The Monster of the Week in "The Ballad of Scary Mary" is able to do this, disguising itself as other students and also enlarging itself to fight Sym-Bionic Titan. It takes advantage of Shapeshifter Guilt Trip.
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In Mahou Sensei Negima! Anti villainess and Fate's minion Shiori has a specialized kiss that can steal the full appearance of the one she kisses, as well as the ability to lose her consciousness and think she's the person. Needless to say, no one figures it out once she switches with Asuna... until they meet up with the Governor General, that is. And it still takes quite a while to unmask her.
The series also has Kazumi Asakura, who's capable of becoming indistinguishable from whoever she chooses in order to (in this case, Shizuna-sensei) get the big scoop. Main lead Negi only managed to tell the different thanks to the Marshmallow Hell she gave him, seeing as even though she's not bad herself, Asakura just couldn't compete with Shizuna.
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Fantômas, the villain of his own series by Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre, is one of the more brutal examples of this. One of his defining features is always appearing in various disguises and then getting rid of the persona through faked deaths, explosions, and mass murder. The same is true of his rival the Inspector Juve, sans the death count, who uses an equal number of disguises to try and bring Fantômas to justice.
The film adaptations gave it more of the typical spy treatment, turning the titular villain into a Blofeld-esque Diabolical Mastermind. Fantômas would always be hiding his face with a bluish bald latex Expressive Mask that he would typically wear other rubber masks over.
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In Cars 2, both Finn McMissile and Mater become this, thanks to voice-activated holographic disguise systems that let them instantly assume any appearance.
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Arfoire of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 has the power to "Copy," being the Anthromorphism of Digital Piracy. Due to that, she can copy others' appearances, general mannerisms, and abilities. She uses it to take Blanc's place as Lady White Heart of Lowee.
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Faceless Men in A Song of Ice and Fire are assassins who through their training are able to completely alter their appearances. Some kind of magic is involved, but also basic theatre techniques if that will suffice.
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Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple: Saiga Furinji reveals that he's capable of this. To what degree? He was disguised as the fat, short, bumbling, jolly mercenary John for most of the rescue mission to save Miu from Silcardo Junazard. To put it in perspective, Saiga is much taller and leaner than the John disguise, capable of cowing the members of YAMI's Nine Fists by simply speaking, and is physically capable of beating down several skilled assassins while covering up his daughter with his jacket.
What makes it even better is that Sakaki Shio, one of the Ryouzanpaku masters and therefore someone you'd expect to be skilled enough to see through such a disguise, doesn't suspect anything at all.
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Regular Show: Doug from the episode "Temp Check" is able to make himself look and sound exactly like Rigby, and even somehow memorizes almost everything about him, making himself indistinguishable from the real thing.
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One Piece has the Baroque Works agent Mr. 2 Bon Clay, who can shapeshift into anyone he's touched, going by undetected. Really useful when you're working for an evil mastermind who intends to ravage a country with civil war: just impersonate the king and frame him! The Straw Hats manage to find a counter to his power: drawing X's on their arms and hiding them in bandages to serve as both a mark of friendship and a means of identification.
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Lupin's Bride, another character inspired by the Literature example, from Cat's Eye. Her debut episode has her stealing a painting by posing as the artist who created it, with the real artist Bound and Gagged off-screen.
Also, the Kisugi sisters, AKA the titular thieves. Their usual disguises are those of random police officers or invented persons, but Rui has disguised herself as either Mitsuko Asatani or Toshio (the latter was problematic and led to Toshio being Mistaken for Gay, as Rui has issues at actually acting like a man), and Hitomi has easily disguised herself as anything and anyone.
In a pinch, the Kisugi sisters have also been known to quickly disguise themselves as random people they come across. In one episode Hitomi and Ai tie up and gag a pair of female wrestlers and steal their costumes, fooling the pursuing cops in the process.
The manga-only character Masato Kamiya, AKA the Phantom Thief known as The Rat, makes liberal use of disguises, mostly as a police officer. The Kisugi sisters can usually see through his disguises with little problem, but nobody else can, and he even managed to fool Rui in one occasion.
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The DCU:
Batman
His foe Clayface is a shapeshifter. He has fought a number of other masters of disguise over his career, such as False Face, Chimera and Jane Doe.
Catwoman would certainly qualify, as she often employs elaborate disguises for her heists. In a pinch she's also been known to appropriate the outfits of unfortunate victims.
Both The Joker and Harley Quinn are extremely good with disguises and impersonations as well.
The Chameleon, an actor turned assassin who once came gunning for Jonah Hex.
In the earlier stories, Jimmy Olsen could disguise himself so well that Perry, Lois, and even Superman had trouble recognizing him.
Nemesis, a master of Latex Perfection.
Black Orchid's M.O. involved mugging and replacing a minor female character in each story, with her involvement only revealed at the very end.
Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise, one of the detectives who featured in Detective Comics before it became an all-Batman title, could disguise himself as any occupation (or any race, although those stories are pretty cringe-inducing in retrospect) through clever use of costumes and make-up.
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Lupin Family All-Stars: Every character is disguised as another character, except for the one disguised as the man in the iron mask. (the story comes from a manga chapter)
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Quite prominently Soukichi Banba (a.k.a. Big One) from J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai.
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Sayoko Shinozaki from Code Geass. Source of much lulz when she impersonates Lelouch in an incredibly bizarre way in R2.
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The Chameleon, an actor turned assassin who once came gunning for Jonah Hex.
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Decoy Octopus from Metal Gear Solid is quite possibly the most detail-obsessed Master of Disguise ever, being able to flawlessly mimic a person's speech and mannerisms, and either ingesting or injecting himself with the blood of the person he's imitating. But he's unable to fool The FOXDIE pathogen, which kills him.
In The Last Days Of FOXHOUND Octopus becomes a straight-up shapeshifter: He can disguise himself as anyone (including Berthold, who is a wolf) by using specially prepared solutions of the target's blood, and assimilates all of their physical mannerisms including genetics, physical abilities, and... Clothing? Better not think too much about that one. At one point, Mantis and Ocelot even force Octopus into obtaining a Liquid disguise just by force-feeding him Liquid's blood. The comic's continuity even explains how FOXDIE is able to kill him in spite of his freakish genetics: It was programmed to kill all witnesses to Shadow Moses, including the person Octopus was disguised as at the time.
Although not to the level of Decoy Octopus, Liquid Snake himself is also implied to be this as well, especially seeing how he managed to disguise himself as Master Miller.
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The Confidence Man has the confidence man himself. He sneaks on a riverboat on April Fools' Day, and puts on more than eight different disguises, becoming a different character tailored to be one that would be able to con money out of each passenger, all while testing the confidence in their morals and perception.
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Aria the Scarlet Ammo: Riko Mine is another thief character with the ability to disguise themselves excellently. Because she is the great-granddaughter of Arsene Lupin, and Holmes's nemesis.
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A rather curious subversion in Kimagure Orange Road. Kyousuke's cousin Akane is not a shapeshifter herself, but a psychic... and her Psychic Powers include making you believe she's somebody else you know. As far as we know, no other empowered Kasuga can copy said ability.
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Get Smart has at least three episodes about Disguise Masters. First one is about the man who pretends to be Chief to kill a very valuable witness. Second one is about the leader of ACB (third organization; it has both CONTROL and KAOS as its enemies) who disguised himself as fellow agent (one of the first on-screen black agents). Third one is about Chameleon: he disguised himself as Larabee, Admiral Hargrave and even as 99, all to infiltrate a secret counsel.
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In Superman: The Movie, Christopher Reeve's performance turned Superman into one of these, convincingly disguising himself as mild-mannered Clark Kent. His success had less to do with props than body language and vocal mannerisms.
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Danger Mouse: Agent 57 (a pun on Heinz's "57 varieties") was originally this, before later becoming a shapeshifter. We never saw his true form, but his son Agent 58 appears in the remake and is a mimic octopus.
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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids: This is Merrilee's role in the team.
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In Adele Hasn't Had Her Dinner Yet, Nick Carter is America's greatest detective and his disguises are "proverbially perfect", however, his intention to blend in with the crowd fails epically when he arrives in Prague. His books had perfect information about people and their life in the Bohemian countryside, but apparently not so much about life in towns, so he's immediately recognized by the Director of Police and a newsboy. Nick is also not pleased to learn that everything gets noised abroad in Bohemia and that his arrival was not kept a secret. However, his disguise as Professor Bocek was amazing, down to being a Master Actor, and also his disguise as an Arabian gentleman when he was leaving for Egypt was truly impressive.
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Spider-Man villain, The Chameleon. He wears exquisitely made latex masks, is a skilled mimic, and his own mask is equipped with voice changer software.
For a time, the Chameleon also used a holographic belt that could instantly create an image of whoever he wanted to pose as.
Chameleon is also astounding in able to imitate someone. When he posed as Tigra, Avengers Academy member Finesse (who prides herself on knowing a person through their fighting moves) is in denial Chameleon could duplicate Tigra's micro-expressions enough to fool her.
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Simon Templar from The Saint (1997)
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Then there's the pastiche character, his sister, Enola Holmes, who regularly fools him. Knowing how he thinks certainly helps and she plans her disguises accordingly.
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Scooby-Doo:
Almost all of the villains throughout the franchise are humans who have convincingly disguised themselves as supernatural creatures. The few that aren't are real supernatural creatures.
A franchise-long Once an Episode Running Gag involves Shaggy and Scooby dressing up in disguises and putting on a short skit to confuse the Monster of the Week that is chasing them. Although where the hell they get the disguises and the props used in the skits is a complete mystery that can only Rule of Funny can explain.
A 1983 Scooby and Scrappy episode "Scooby's Gold Medal Gambit" had the escaped master of disguise criminal The Chameleon, whom attempted to infiltrate the World Games and steal the Gold Medals. He would often end up giving himself away when confronted with Worcestershire Sauce, which he truly hates. He even disguised as Scooby-Doo with a realistic rubber mask and perfectly imitating his voice, though the body suit part of the disguise wasn't as detailed.
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Leverage: While the team as a whole qualifies, this is Sophie's key job.
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Skysurfer Strike Force: Cerina is this in some episodes.
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Several characters in Super Sentai can do this, mostly the Pink Rangers.
Quite prominently Soukichi Banba (a.k.a. Big One) from J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai.
One memorable battle from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger even had Mei fighting the villains' master of disguise, Lamie, with both often switching costumes.
Also it is noted that in Dai Sentai Goggle Five, Goggle Pink/Miki Momozono is designed to be a Shout-Out (or Expy) to Cutey Honey above, since she just needs to spin around to change clothes without flinging them off (even going as far as switching from Goggle suit to a sexy Flamenco dancer outfit right off bat).
Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger's Shurikenger made his own version. He has no name or human appearance. As a result he has no definite actor other than his voice actor. His human form is always that of some passerby, played by a past sentai hero, until he reveals himself by transforming — with the past hero's transformation pose! (Except Battle Kenya's; since they didn't have transformation poses, Kenji Ohba's Shurikenger awesomely, hilariously does his Space Sheriff Gavan pose, which is much more elaborate than any Sentai one, and not counting that he also does Daigorou Oume/Denzi Blue and chose to skip that one to add more surprise.)
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Undercover Brother. Undercover Brother uses Latex Perfection twice, to appear as an elderly janitor and James Brown. He uses ordinary disguise techniques to become a Rastafarian golf caddy and corporate executive Anton Jackson.
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Zelig (played by Woody Allen) is pathologically capable of blending in with important people, due to a childhood need to fit in. This enables him to impersonate a surgeon, a sex god, and a member of Hitler's inner circle (among other politicians), despite having no particular skill, and being Jewish. He can even change his race, causing the Ku Klux Klan to pronounce him "a triple threat".
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Part of She-Ra: Princess of Power's every episode was to watch the scenery for the character Loo-Kee, who tended to be hidden amongst the scenery. While sometimes he was easy to find, there were several times it was very difficult to pick him out of the background. It's not sure if this would count as being a Master of Disguise, but it certainly makes him a Master of Hiding.
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The Callidus assassins of Warhammer 40,000 wear this as their hat. They dose themselves with polymorphine, a drug which allows humans to shapeshift as long as they have the required mental discipline; everyone else gets an instant Shapeshifter Swan Song. On top of this, the Callidus are capable of mastering the voice and mannerisms of their targets after only a few moments of observation, and even store weapons inside their flesh. Their only weakness seems to be impersonating Tyranids; they can do it, but it's a one-way transformation.
A number of Inquisitors can also lay claim to this trope. Notably, enough Inquisitors have disguised themselves as Rogue Traders over the centuries that it's become a stereotype in-universe.
The Alpha Legion are an entire Legion of eight foot tall killing machines that can disguise themselves as either other Space Marines or normal humans. And if they can't pull a particular role off, they'll draft Mooks who can. Their Primarch(s) may possibly still be alive and masquerading as an ordinary Alpha Legionaire.
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Sherlock Holmes. Since he rarely warns even his allies about this, he's managed to (almost?) get himself arrested at least once. Oh, and he's equally good at faking himself-plus-condition, from mortal illness to opium addiction, whenever it serves the case he's on.
He does point out that it's painful to take a foot off your height for hours on end.
He also FREQUENTLY fools Watson and several Inspectors, amazingly enough.
At least once, Holmes's disguise was also mostly due to acting, in "The Final Problem"—Watson is supposed to meet Holmes at a train station, and instead is joined by an old Italian priest in a cassock. The priest changes his expression for a moment and Watson realizes it's Holmes. (The cassock is his only physical disguise.)
Then there's the pastiche character, his sister, Enola Holmes, who regularly fools him. Knowing how he thinks certainly helps and she plans her disguises accordingly.
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Team Rocket from Pokémon disguise themselves as somebody or another, sometimes crossdressing, or in the case of Meowth dressing as another species, on average once an episode. Jessie "Jessebella" "Jessadia" "Jessalina" "Jessilinda" "Jessilynlyn" "Jessirilyn" has used so many deviations of her name with rather small (relatively — her big dress up costumes are usually very detailed) changes to her outfit it isn't even funny. Ash and Co. never figure out who Team Rocket is until they out themselves — if they figure it out at all.
Early in the series, Team Rocket were legitimately good disguising themselves. As they became less serious antagonists (a transition that didn't take very long at all), their disguises became more and more paper-thin.
A oneshot (well, two-shot) character, a girl named Duplica, was also a quick-change master, even able to impersonate Ash, Nurse Joy and Officer Jenny in a flash. Her Pokemon of choice was, of course, a Ditto, and loosely based on Copycat Girl from the video games.
There was also the Phantom Thief Brody in the Hoenn series.
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The Spy in Team Fortress 2, when in disguise, looks exactly like the person he's imitating—body shape, face, and voice.
Only to the other team. When looking at a friendly spy, he's wearing a paper-thin cardboard mask with the face of whoever he is disguised as. Unless that Spy is a Spy...
It also shows that looking the part doesn't make a person this trope. Bad spies are fairly easy to tell apart (and kill) from real teammates, since they often don't act like the class they are playing as. Good spies, however, are often impossible to tell apart from your allies until the knife is in your back.
To add more fuel to the Paranoia Fuel fire, a Spy can disguise as his own allies. Why is this useful, you ask? You're still going to be shot down by your enemies. However, if you fake your own death using the Dead Ringer watch, your enemies will think "Okay, I just killed that enemy Medic/Pyro/etc.", making their death by backstab all the more unexpected!
There's a LazyTown cross-over video in which Spy sings about this trope...
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Saemon Kisaragi, a Kouga ninja from Basilisk, has the ability to alter his voice and physical appearance to match another's. More than just wearing disguise, he can shape his face like clay.
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Prince Ludvig the Indestructible from the second series of Blackadder is this. It proves to be his undoing, as his overly-elaborate costume at a fancy-dress party sets him apart. Especially since, from info purposely given by Blackadder, he was impersonating the court's Dunce Of Disguise. But then in The Stinger he somehow disguises himself perfectly as the queen (still played by the same actress but with his voice).
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Doctor Who:
The Master in the classic series tended to do this, up to the point that BBC credited the actor with an anagram to keep up the suspense. Leon Ny Taiy = Tony Ainley anyone?
Moreso the Anthony Ainley version than Roger Delgado. Delgado's Master tended towards Paper-Thin Disguise using various translations of Master for his name.
The new series Master manages this due to The Nth Doctor. Nobody realizes Professor Yana is him, and he later regenerates into Mr. Saxon, a mystery figure who's been hovering at the edge of things all season. He then travels a year back in time to become said Mr. Saxon. As usual, there's a Significant Anagram: Mister Saxon = Master No. Six. However, The Powers That Be have said that was wholly unintentional, and that when a character's title is simply "Mr.", it's easier to make a Master anagram than avoid one. However, Saxon really is the sixth form of the Master: there's Delgado, zombie, Ainley, Roberts, Prof. Yana, and now Mr. Saxon. Assuming you count both actors playing the zombie as one incarnation, and don't count Gordon Tipple from the start of the film. Or the twelve incarnations before Delgado we never saw.
It's lampshaded, along with Paper-Thin Disguise, in "The End of Time". A botched resurrection leaves the Master stuck with his old, highly-recognisable face and no resources. He's reduced to dyeing his hair, wearing scruffy clothes and trying to stay out of sight.
"World Enough and Time": Simm's Master manages, for a decade, to hide his true identity from Bill, justifying his disguise as such:
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Julius Caesar's unnamed spy from the Asterix movie Asterix Meets Cleopatra. He disguises himself as everything from a brick to a plate of fruit.
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That's So Raven's titular character always wears funny disguises to help her friends undercover.
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The villain Harley Niav AKA "Puttypuss" from the Dick Tracy comic strip. The writers admitted he was a riff on the villain Anyface from Fearless Fosdick; the parody of Dick Tracy in Al Capp's Li'l Abner strip.
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Played with in Person of Interest which has a Running Gag involving Root appearing in various unexplained disguises. However this isn't to fool people (she's always clearly recognisable) but because she has to keep changing her identity to keep ahead of the Artificial Super-intelligence that is hunting her.
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Agent Pendergast has an almost superhuman ability to look like a different person with little more than a change of clothes. In Reliquary, he even makes his disguise as a hobo more convincing by imbibing an illegal hallucinogen.
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Pistachio Disguisey in The Master of Disguise is a parody, but his family, the Disguiseys, play it straight. Pistachio himself begins to play it straight by the end of the film.
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Toni Ware in The Pale King has at least twenty distinct voices and differently-colored contact lenses.
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In the Pulp Magazines of the 30's, this was practically a Stock Superpower:
The Avenger. Richard Henry Benson, of the 1930's pulps was a master of disguise. He suffered a horrible emotional shock which deadened the nerves in his face which he could mold like putty. (Ah the innocence of the 30's!) He carried around a disguise kit with wig, contacts, make-up etc to go along with the putty face. Later when his face came back to life he invented a serum which had the same effect.
Doc Savage, which is pretty amazing when you consider his extraordinary physical appearance — roughly 6'6" (2 meters) tall, perfectly muscled, bronze skin and eyes, and yet he frequently fools his closest associates.
The Shadow was a disguise master in his magazine adventures; made slightly easier in his case considering how few people ever truly saw his face.
The Spider: unsurprising in that he was a Follow the Leader of The Shadow.
Dr. Coffin, another pulp Proto-Superhero, actually lived this trope full-time: he'd been a popular film star, but was forced to fake his own death and take on a new identity after killing a gangster under circumstances where proving self-defense wasn't feasible. As his character was based on Real Life disguise-master Lon Chaney, this wasn't difficult for him, and the use of false personas to trick criminals into confessing became his chief strategy as a crime-fighter.
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Spoofed in Monty Python's Flying Circus, with a contact agent disguised as a dog. He proudly describes the painful-sounding surgery required to fit him into the costume. On screen, he looks more like a victim of taxidermy.
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An episode of CSI had an old Vegas mob boss who was thought to be dead come back as one of these, killing his betrayers with a different disguise.
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JAG had several. The eponymous assassin Hemlock in ”Hemlock”, rouge DSD agent Clark Palmer in ”Imposter”, and Al-Qaeda associate Sadik Fahd in ”Persian Gulf”.
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The Stainless Steel Rat. For crook turned secret agent Jim DiGriz this is a basic survival technique, seeing as he works in a universe of omniscient surveillance and paranoid secret policemen. Can range all the way up to full body surgery.
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Agent 47 in the Hitman series is truly a master of disguise. Being able to take on the identity of pretty much anyone without raising an alarm despite being bald and having a barcode on his head. Granted, his disguises (that is, changes of clothes) are meant to hold up to cursory examinations, aside glances, and to people who haven't met the person he's impersonating. In the first three games this often even crossed racial and ethnic boundaries, but in Blood Money he could no longer disguise himself as someone with a notably different skin tone (though later games once again lets him disguise himself as almost anyone).
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Also seems to apply to Jean Descole, who successfully impersonates Doland in Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Angela in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. He also masquerades as Professor Sycamore in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.
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Kill la Kill has Nui Harime, who disguises herself as a male student in order to draw Ryuko out of a Heroic BSoD and destroy Senketsu. The only hint as to her true identity before The Reveal is when "he" greets Mako from a stall in the girls' bathroom, plus the fact that she couldn't take off or move her distinguishing eyepatch, so she has it covered with her disguise's hair..
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Red Panda Adventures:
In the original series, a set of six episodes in which the Red Panda was a World War II secret agent, the Red Panda was often accompanied by Australian secret agent Baboon McSmoothie, Man of a Thousand Faces. With a special drug he could change his face to anyone else's at will and even get the voice with concentration. Over the course of the series he stops needing the drug for this power and it simply becomes a natural superpower for him. He makes an appearance in the main Red Panda Adventures universe episode, "The World Next Door", where his attempt to impersonate the Red Panda fails because, while he can nail the voice, their masks are completely different. His counterpart in the main universe, Brian McSweeney, also appears in the series. Once to steal an artifact to keep it out of Nazi and Japanese hands, and another to help the Red Panda's team infiltrate a Nazi base.
John Archer, a Ridiculously Human Robot who serves the Canandian army during World War II, initially uses the alias "John Doe" because, as a machine, his face can literally be replaced with a face matching anyone else's as needed. This makes him an invaluable operative when it comes to infiltration. Late in the series, when describing his time in the Allied Super Services to the Flying Squirrel, he notes that, while he doesn't feel like he fits in with other superheroes, there is an Australian he gets along well with.
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The Hunger Games: The District 6 female Morphling's talent. She uses it to appear from thin air in order to protect Peeta. Haymitch said this is how both District 6 Morphlings won their games.
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Artemus Gordon in Wild Wild West. He can become President Grant, a fur trapper or a rather ugly woman. (He isn't perfect, however. His Grant disguise didn't fool West because he had a Harvard right, and West knew that the real Grant went to West Point.)
Gordon and Grant actually share an actor. Kevin Kline did a great job of playing Gordon-as-Grant doing an almost perfect impression of Grant.
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In the earlier stories, Jimmy Olsen could disguise himself so well that Perry, Lois, and even Superman had trouble recognizing him.
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The title character of The Scarlet Pimpernel.
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The title character of The Count of Monte Cristo.
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Spoofed in Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! by Sam Smith, a black man who disguises himself as such notable non-black people as Hitler, Abe Lincoln, George Washington, and a blonde girl, all while making not the slightest effort to disguise his skin color. He even managed to convince the tomatoes that he was one of their number, until he forgot and asked for ketchup.
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Parodied in the SPY Fox games, where Fox only has to put on the Mook uniform to get past the real ones. However, he still needs to go into more depth in order to get past advanced security.
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Diabolik and his partner Eva Kant from the Italian comic Diabolik. The only way to unmask them is to pinch their faces to check for Latex Perfection... And even that has failed on occasions due them being particularly creative or simply opting for Wig, Dress, Accent (this happens so rarely that the police never sees it coming).
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His predecessor happens to be one Mr. Fix from Around the World in 80 Days whose disguises can fool Phileas Fogg’s companion Passepartout.
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The Lone Ranger put on fairly good disguises not too infrequently, since all he really had to do was remove his mask and add a beard or something - and the beard was more to keep the audience from seeing his true face, since if he were to ever show himself just plain maskless to other characters on the show, only Tonto would ever know who he was.
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Star Wars Legends:
The birdman Kaird, who is of a very rarely-seen species, but has elaborate prosthetics and suits and so on - Star Wars generally averts We Will Not Use Stage Makeup In The Future - to disguise himself as anything from a human to a Hutt. He'll also use less extensive measures. Whatever works.
Face Loran from the X-Wing Series. He uses makeup and prosthetics, but his main tools of disguise are his extensive acting experience and the fact that he comes from a planet whose hat is observation and control of body language.
Nom Anor in the New Jedi Order. His people, the Yuuzhan Vong, have genetically engineered a creature called an ooglith masquer that acts as a second skin that can alter the wearer's features dramatically, even allowing them to impersonate members of other species (though since they're basically humanoid, impersonating some species requires more extensive alteration). Anor, though, is a master actor and spy on top of that- with a masquer and the right prep time, he can fool anyone except a Jedi (since the Anti-Magic nature of the Vong means they don't show up in the Force).
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This is a somewhat widespread ability in Paperinik New Adventures. Besides Paperinik, we have:
One and Two, at least through video screens and holograms. Justified because they're both incredibly powerful Artificial Intelligences, so it's easy game for them to make up an incredibly realistic image.
The Raider, through the use of 23rd century technology, can easily mask himself even as people smaller than himself.
23rd century characters have often done the same, most notably the Gryphon (the Raider's successor in a Bad Future and son), who disguised himself as the Raider himself, and a droid made specifically to take on Paperinik's appearance through holograms.
The Evronians have a number of Shape-Shifting Super Soldiers with this ability, the most notable being Grrodon.
The Creature from PKNA #11 developed this ability after crossing through dimensions.
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The Black Widow being a trained espionage agent has this as one of her skills.
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Amelia Peabody: Sethos and Ramses
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There's a LazyTown cross-over video in which Spy sings about this trope...
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Hannya from Rurouni Kenshin, to the point that he actually mutilated his own face to make the process easier. The result is horrific, and it's understandable why the anime didn't include that bit (only showing us one of his eyes).
In the manga, Gein—The Dragon to Enishi Yukishiro, the final Big Bad—proves to be a Master of Disguise as well. He was disguised as his own puppet, Iwanbou, in order to spy on Kenshin from within Shishio's group—and Shishio, himself a villain who's always on his guard with most other people, never gave any indication that he knows of Iwanbou's true nature.
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Because he's a hologram, The Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager can mimic anyone so long as an image of them is uploaded into the main computer.
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How I Met Your Mother: Some of Barney's cons to get woman (though not usually) involve a disguise. For instance:
He dressed up as an old librarian at a girls club.
He wore aging makeup and claimed to be an old man from the future.
He hooked up with a lesbian by dressing as one himself.
He wore three costumes in a Halloween Episode so he can pick up the same girl he failed with earlier while in disguise.
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Schwarz Bruder from Mobile Fighter G Gundam is shown to be this in episode 18, where he took the form of an old man. It's not surprising, since he's ninja and all. He doesn't use this often though.
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The Hooded Claw in The Perils of Penelope Pitstop. No matter his disguise, he will often either retain the voice of Paul Lynde or his distinct facial features (most notably his big nose).
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Arch-enemy Murdoc from MacGyver (1985) was said to be a master of disguise. But his disguises were so bad that viewers only fell for them because his appearances were spread out enough that the audience had forgotten what he looked like.
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Mission: Impossible:
Rollin Hand (Martin Landau) and Paris (Leonard Nimoy).
The revival had Nicholas Black: he was the one to wear the Latex Perfection masks because he had an acting background.
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Catwoman would certainly qualify, as she often employs elaborate disguises for her heists. In a pinch she's also been known to appropriate the outfits of unfortunate victims.
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In Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft there is a Master of Disguise card, which shows a hot female Blood Elf... but it's actually a male Tauren. They don't call him Master of Disguise for nothing.
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Don Paolo, in the Professor Layton games, crosses this with Latex Perfection. Thus far in the series, he's flawlessly impersonated everyone from Inspector Chelmey of Scotland Yard to teenaged girl Flora to Professor Layton himself!
Also seems to apply to Jean Descole, who successfully impersonates Doland in Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Angela in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. He also masquerades as Professor Sycamore in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.
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Mystique, X-Men - she's a shapeshifter, and is quite comfortable as either a man or a woman. On the other hand, she has more difficulty maintaining a shape that is different in mass than herself. For example, when she spent a few years pretending to be a Governor's wife, using the name Mallory Brickman, part of her disguise was that she was about twice her normal weight. Since she was going to have to maintain this image for a very long time, she gained weight, to bring her own mass up to the same amount as "Mallory".
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Mitsunari Yanagisawa from Yu Yu Hakusho has this as his Psychic Power: He can acquire the appearance, memories, abilities, etc. of the person he touches, male or female.
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Sailor Moon has Sailor Venus and the title character, both using disguise magic to make themselves appear to be someone else. While Sailor Moon didn't use it often, Sailor Venus used it often and well in her own series.
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Eames in Inception can pose as anyone during dream when necessary. Thus, he's called "The Forger."
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J-Men Forever is a Gag Dub of a dozen different Republic Film Serials from the 1930-50's, so this trope is used to handwave why the Big Bad looks like a dozen different supervillains.
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Master of Disguise
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Master of Disguise
 Literature: Ixia and Sitia
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Master of Disguise
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Master of Disguise
 Literature: Licence Renewed
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Master of Disguise
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 Literature: Never Send Flowers
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 Literature: The Annals of the Chosen
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 The Millennium Trilogy / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Literature: The Radix / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Literature: The Spider
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 The Stainless Steel Rat / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Three Investigators / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Tommy and Tuppence / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Wax and Wayne / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Agent 327
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Akazukin Cha Cha / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Amelia Peabody / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Bananaman / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Blake and Mortimer / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Bob Morane
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Diabolik / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Enola Holmes / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Foolkiller
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Ghost Writer / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Grave Academy / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Hellzapoppin
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist MASTERNINJA / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Mary Russell / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 MasterofDisguise
sameAs
Master of Disguise
 Nightrunner / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Pimpernel Smith / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist She-Ra: Princess of Power / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Quadrail Series / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Raffles
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Sandman Mystery Theatre / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Holmes And The Secret Of The Silver Earring / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Holmes Versus Arsene Lupin
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Sumomomo Momomo / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Avenger / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Confidence Man / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Modifyers
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 The Saint / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Spider
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Thunderbirds / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Twelve Houses
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Twin Peaks / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Vacant Sky / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Jr. / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock, Jr. / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 J-Men Forever / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Akumetsu / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Alyosha! / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Asu no Yoichi! / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Black Cat (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Cat's Eye (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Codename: Sailor V (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Detective Conan (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Giant Robo (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Gunslinger Girl (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Himitsu no Akko-chan (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Kokoro Library / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Legendz / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Makai Ouji (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Patalliro / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Senyuu / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Strider (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sumomo Mo Momo Mo (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Manga: Switch! / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Five Star Stories (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Prince of Tennis (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Quintessential Quintuplets (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Those Who Hunt Elves (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Music: CN Blue / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Friends at the Table (Podcast) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 One Shot Podcast (Podcast) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Podcast: Thrilling Adventure Hour
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Podcast: Thrilling Adventure Hour / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 The Shadow (Radio) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Roleplay: CXRP and RPers / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Agent Carter / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Alphas / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Batman / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Batman (1966) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Series: Breaking In / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Dai Sentai Goggle Five / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Denshi Sentai Denziman / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Elementary / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Series: Escape of the Artful Dodger / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Ghostwriter / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Good Behavior / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Hogan's Heroes / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 JAG / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Knight Rider / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Lois & Clark / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Series: MacGyver
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Series: MacGyver / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 MacGyver (1985) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Power Rangers Operation Overdrive / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Holmes / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Space Sheriff Shaider / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Flash (1990) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Goodies / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Thunderbirds / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Twin Peaks / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Tabletop Game: The Hard Way / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Theatre: Bullshot
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Theatre: Bullshot Crummond
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 King Lear (Theatre) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Theatre) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Abigail Fortune (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Conquests of the Longbow (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Deeeep.io (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Video Game: Devil Children / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Gravity Rush (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Hitman 2 (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Hitman (2016) (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Nosgoth (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Scribblenauts (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Holmes: Secret of the Silver Earring (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sunless Skies (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Video Game: Vacant Sky / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Wario: Master of Disguise (Video Game) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! (Visual Novel) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Snatcher (Visual Novel) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Web Video: Ask a Ninja / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Web Video: Coyle Command
seeAlso
Master of Disguise
 Press Heart To Continue (Web Video) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sailor Moon Abridged (Web Video) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Collar 6 (Webcomic) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Dolan (Webcomic) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Webcomic: Free Spirit / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 Free Spirit / int_560f5ba0
type
Master of Disguise
 One Phone Call (Webcomic) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Tower of God (Webcomic) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Batman: The Animated Series / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Batman: The Brave and the Bold / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Big Hero 6: The Series / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Carmen Sandiego / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Cars 2 / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Chaotic / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Despicable Me 3 / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Dungeons & Dragons / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Inspector Gadget / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sanjay and Craig / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Spider-Man (1967) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Sym-Bionic Titan / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Backyardigans / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Beatles / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Spectacular Spider-Man / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 ThunderCats (1985) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Visionaries / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
  / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Digimon Xros Wars / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Lupin III (Franchise) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Everworld / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Scarlet Pimpernel / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Basilisk (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 Love Hina (Manga) / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise
 The Wild Wild West / int_fd7267dd
type
Master of Disguise