Ben Carpenter is a cosplayer who uses a wheelchair. For this year’s Tampa Bay Comic Con, he and his group became the cast of Mad Max: Fury Road. Ben was Max in the scene where he was strapped to the front of a vehicle in order to supply blood to the driver. He used his wheelchair in the upright position for the vehicle, driven by a friend and accompanied by other characters from the movie. They won the award for Best Group Cosplay. Of course they did.
Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Wait, it's not good to say that three times in a row! This Beetlejuice costume idea comes from the classic Tim Burton film. Just use our Women’s Graveyard Ghost Costume, add a little makeup, and you’ll be a female Beetlejuice in no time. There are a lot of different routes you can take with this one, but all of them lead to a good time! Just make sure you pack a few one-liners to get you through your event.

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Following the riot, police arrested eight anarchist leaders on charges of conspiracy. Seven of the eight were convicted of murder and sentenced to death, despite the fact that six of the defendants weren’t even in Haymarket Square at the time the bomb was thrown. At the Second International Socialist Conference in 1889, members voted to celebrate May 1 as International Workers’ Day, often referred to as May Day, to commemorate the Haymarket affair. President Cleveland wanted to avoid the socialist and anarchist connotations of May Day, so when he established a holiday to celebrate America's workers, he chose the first Monday in September, calling back to previous traditions from New York's labor movement.

Prime Minister John Thompson signed Labour Day into law in 1894, the same year Cleveland declared it a national holiday in the United States. Many labor unions that held successful events in the United States, like the Knights of Labor, also had branches in Canada. Thompson was similarly motivated by mounting political pressure from labor activists, who organized several strikes to demand a nine-hour workday.

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So, you're all grown up now. You've graduated from the wondrous world of being a kid into the world of responsibilities. You've got bills, maybe you have a fancy job and maybe you've even got yourself a family, but that doesn't mean you have to pack your imagination away in a box in the attic. Quite the opposite, actually! Now that you're an adult, you deserve a break from all the responsibilities and hassles of life more than anyone. So, why not dress up in one of our adult costumes for Halloween to party like it's your birthday. (Even if it's not really your birthday!) We have adult Halloween costumes and costumes for themed parties and cosplay. Whatever you’re looking for! So, read on, and check out all of these adult costume ideas to jump-start your leap into a fun and memorable costume experience.

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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.
Classic, regal and... who are we kidding? Toga! Toga! Toga! Nothing quite sparks the party spirit like the look of the ancient Greeks. Made famous by fraternity houses, the toga has a lot of things going for it. The look is quick and simple, with a whole plethora of easy ways to accessorize. If you want to go all out, you can grab some sandals and gold wreath crowns to look like Greek royalty, or you can simply toss on the toga costume. And all it takes to get the party started while wearing this costume style is to shout the word "Toga!" and repeat ad nauseam.

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