You could spend like 80 hours making a complicated costume or you could just buy one of these Ghostbusters rompers and make Halloween easy. There’s really no better costume than the Ghostbusters jumpsuit anyway.
If you are the sort who likes to wear pajamas, but not just any old PJs you pick up down at the store, check this out. ThinkGeek has a slew of jammies right out of Japan called Japanese Kigurumi Cosplay Pajamas.
ThinkGeek has just taken Star Trek: The Next Generation cosplay to warp level 12. If you have always wanted a realistic TNG starfleet uniform that you can wear to cosplay, these replicas have landed just in time for Halloween, and they are awesome.
In an ideal world, you would have the power to control the weather. Sadly, you can’t… well, if you can, you’re really good at keeping a low profile. The best available option for sating this oddly specific thirst would probably be buying this: the costume Halle Berry wore as Storm in the first X-Men film.
I normally hate it when people dress up their dogs. It looks rather ridiculous. I also can see the humiliation in the pet’s eyes making it almost animal cruelty in my book. Despite my loathing of dog clothing, I want these dog costumes really badly.
Back in 2011 Nike released its official take on the MAG sneakers that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future II. But those shoes were a limited edition and were auctioned off, which meant that for many of us they may as well have cost as much as a time machine.
It may not be the most beautiful or complex costume in the world, but Redditor transcoder’s War Machine suit was made with cutting edge tech. Transcoder used a RepRap i3v 3D printer and about $1,000 (USD) worth of plastic for some of the larger parts – including the guns – while the rest are papercraft.
As part of her Nisha the Lawbringer costume, cosplayer Kirameku wonderfully painted a pair of jeans to give it Borderlands’ cel-shaded look. From certain angles it looks 96.5% more two-dimensional.
You can see a couple of in-progress shots of the jeans as well as Kirameku’s other costumes on her Tumblr and Facebook page.
Bandai already sells Dragon Ball scouter replicas, but YouTuber Kier Simmons’ take on the iconic accessory has a much higher power level. It’s still unfinished, but it already looks badass.
Kier hasn’t gone into detail about the hardware he’s using, only that he stuffed it into an old scouter toy.
Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Groot is this generation’s Chewbacca and R2-D2, all in one adorable and indestructible package. If you’d love to dress up as Rocket Raccoon’s best buddy, hit up costume and prop maker Calen Hoffman aka Propcustomz, who recently made a kickass Groot costume.