Prankster and funny man Jack Vale got into the Halloween spirit by scaring people in a Grim Reaper Costume. As you can imagine, much hilarity ensues. It’s an impressive costume, one that requires stilts. In full costume, Vale stands 8 feet tall! I would be scared, too. Well done, Sir, and Happy Halloween!
[Jack Vale Films via Laughing Squid]
Here’s a vintage ad from the 1950’s. These Paper Bag Masks are rather creepy, don’t you think? But hey, today is Halloween. If you still don’t have a costume, this may be your best bet. 🙂
Check out this CinderLeia costume, made by Kat Curtis. What a lovely Disney crossover. It’s Cinderella dressed as Slave Leia, the best of both worlds. Great job!
When Disney buys Star Wars, CinderLeia happens.
[Kat Curtis via Fashionably Geek]
Nothing says Halloween like a dancing skeleton. Check out the smooth moves of Nathan Barnatt as he dances to the song Dead Man’s Bones. This is rather hypnotic to watch. Awesome stuff.
[Nathan Barnatt via Neatorama]
Ha, it’s Bud Lightyear! This looks fantastic. It’s almost philosophical, in a way. To get a Buzz costume, you must first get a buzz. The circle is complete. 🙂
Well if this isn’t the cutest trash can costume I’ve ever seen. And it’s quite simple, too. When his daughter wanted to dress as a trash can for Halloween, all Redditor eAtheist needed to do was cut a few holes. Instant costume! Very nice. Just don’t stand on the street when it’s trash day.
Ready for more X-Men? I sure am. This looks like a great crossover between the characters from the older X-Men movies, and the younger characters from 2011’s First Class. We do have a while to wait for this, as it’s not due in theaters until May 2014. Can’t wait!
The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future.
[via X-Men Movies]
“I wore that costume to challenge the way New Yorkers think about superheroes — and bearded Sikhs like me…”
There’s an interesting article on Salon.com by Vishavjit Singh. He wore a Captain America costume, complete with turban, in Central Park. He wanted children and adults alike to rethink their views of superheroes, Sikhs, and what it means to be American.
It’s a fascinating read, with many more photos by photographer Fiona Aboud. Head on over to Salon for the full story!
[via Salon. Photo by Fiona Aboud]