We spend all year getting ready for this festive dress-up season so your son can smile proudly when he trick or treats in one of our boys Halloween costumes! We have lots of new kids Halloween costumes ideas for 2019, and your little one will love each and every one! Is your little guy obsessed with the paranormal crew that makes up the Ghostbusters? Our officially licensed Ghostbusters costumes will have him ready to handle all kinds of paranormal activity, especially when you complete the look with accessories! Attach a pair of Ecto goggles, a ghost trap, and P.K.E. meter to the Ghostbusters Utility Belt and he’ll really look the part. Is your pride and joy more of a gamer? Let him become his favorite character! We have officially licensed Borderlands costumes that will have your little guy looking like he just stepped off the big screen. We’ve also added a few new styles to our Fortnite collection, so he can transform into his favorite skin and always be ready for a Battle Royale. Your little one can also turn themselves into their favorite Anime characters when they slip into an officially licensed Naruto, Baruto, Bleach, Dragon Ball Z, or My Hero Academia costume on Halloween night! Want to keep it classic? Your boy can get a little scary dressing up as a Grim Reaper or an otherworldly Alien. No matter what they choose, Spirit Halloween is here to give you only the best 2019 Halloween costume ideas!
Shawn Thorsson has made a bunch of fantastic costumes. He planned a Halo-themed build for Halloween 2008, but then was deployed to Afghanistan. The project was finally completed the next year. Thorsson fabricated armor from the video game world of Halo, painted them in different colors, and dressed his friends as the characters from the Red vs. Blue series. He posted lots of pictures to show you the process.
the halloween costume store
QuaziLogical made a classic illusion costume a couple of years ago. It cost him about $30 and took about 30 hours of work. This version of the trick looks better than most because the “dummy” is covered by a surgical mask, obscuring its fakery, and QuaziLogical wore a mask, too, to make his face look artificial. See a closer image of the legs he made.