Check out Adam Savage’s Ghostbusters Costume that he made for Halloween… and to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original movie’s release. He shows off the costume on Tested. The proton pack even lights up! It’s a great day for busting ghosts, that’s for sure.
To celebrate both Halloween this week and the 30th anniversary of the release of Ghostbusters, Adam shares his own Ghostbusters uniform and prop replicas that he has made and assembled over the years.
[Tested via Laughing Squid]
Every parent eventually asks their child, “What do you want to be for Halloween?” Such a great question, and often the answers are brilliant and hilarious.
This child wanted to be a campfire. How cool is that? The costume turned out so well… he’s even roasting a marshmallow! Great job!
Anime Weekend recently wrapped up in Atlanta, and Beat Down Boogie was on the scene, capturing all the great costumes. Yaya Han even appears as the amazing Arcade Miss Fortune.
In addition to the video above, Beat Down Boogie also released a gallery of photos of their Facebook page. Great job, Everyone!
Aw, look at this silly scarecrow, spreading smiles and Halloween joy. But wait! All is not what it seems. It’s the old double costume trick, very nice. Watch as the poor unsuspecting people run for their lives!
New York Comic Con 2014 just wrapped up, and RealTDragon did not waste any time shooting footage of all the great costumes. This “League of Marvels” video is a marvel, indeed. Looks like so much fun!
The beloved TV show Adventure Time gets a gritty reboot, thanks to the talented people at GrittyReboots. It’s quite dark and sad, but I suppose that’s the point.
I especially like the Adventure Time costumes. Even Lemongrab makes a brief appearance. Very well done!
The Land of Ooo is dying, the magic that once populated it with magical creatures fading away. These are the last days of Jake and Finn, unless the last human can find a way to restore magic to the world.
[GrittyReboots via Kotaku]
Behold, the Knights of Beer! These homemade costumes are surprisingly well made, and they probably had fun gathering supplies.
These guys are in a rock band together, and I hope they use this photo for an album cover. Great job!
I’ll be honest, I didn’t know that Triumph the Insult Comic Dog was still around. Yet here he is, ruthlessly mocking the costumed characters that entertain in Times Square, New York. What a salty little dog puppet.
I thought many of the costumes shown are quite good, actually. But hey, it’s Triumph. He’s always good for a few chuckles.
[Team Coco via Laughing Squid]