Over the years we have seen plenty of Dalek costumes. All different kinds. And while most are great, they are far from complete. Sure, they have the eyestalk, those bumps all over the body, a bumper at the base and the required plunger arm, but they are missing something very important – the actual mutant lifeform on the inside.
Declare your allegiance to the Starfleet without wearing Spandex with ThinkGeek’s officially-licensed Star Trek: The Next Generation uniform hoodies. They have all three colors: red for command, gold for operations and blue for sciences. I guess the Enterprise had no need for plumbers and cooks.
Earlier, we saw what superhero squirrels would look like with the help of Photoshop. This time around, it’s the hamsters’ turn, and there’s no need for any image editing software because Etsy seller Chez Marmota’s costumes have got them covered for real.
Ghostbusters fans who have deep pockets will appreciate this piece of cinematic history It is one of the original Ghostbusters jumpsuits. It’s the same suit worn by the Dr. Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters 2. No slime or demonic residue or anything.
If you’re a procrastinator like me you probably haven’t even thought about what you’re going to dress up as for Halloween yet. Don’t fear, there are still plenty of cool costumes out there that you won’t be embarrassed to wear to a Halloween party.
Tired of dressing up as a sexy nurse every Halloween? Then do something different this year and dress up as a sexy slice of pizza, a sexy carton of French fries, or even a sexy (and definitely not stinky) skunk instead.
Cosplayer Todd Whalen had his pictures taken as he dressed up as two fictional characters, though you might not recognize one without the other. It’s Peter Parker and his alter ego Spider-Man! But with the help of photographer Meg Super, Todd did manage to convey a Peter Parker vibe.
This Iron Man balloon armor is perfect. As long as you don’t run into any pin-wielding bad guys or bad guys with flamethrowers. Or if the air pressure around you doesn’t pop your suit. Okay, maybe it’s not that practical, but it is still awesome.
It’s never too early to indoctrinate your kids into liking things that you like. That’s why it’s important to dress your baby in this Link onesie. Your baby doesn’t know that he is too young to save princesses and you can use your imagination to pretend that he is running around collecting rupees.
Wookiees are real. You could be forgiven if you believe that after seeing this epic Wookiee costume by Julian Checkley (aka Darth Serberus). This costume looks really amazing and authentic – and huge! This guy will rip your arm out of its socket for sure.
Tired of princess and puppy dog costumes? Why not dress up your baby in some scary threads this Halloween? Sure, it’s still more than a month away, but it’s better to have a costume all prepared than rush around and buy a really crappy one when you realize that you didn’t have time to make one yourself after all.
There’s cosplay and then there’s COSPLAY. If you’re serious about your costuming, and you’re into Batman, then you’ll want to start pinching your pennies now. Unless that is, you’re Bruce Wayne – then you can already afford to buy this stitch-perfect Batman cowl based on the one that Adam West wore in the 1960s TV series.