Posts by Wyatt Edwards

Wyatt Edwards
Wyatt Edwards

Wyatt Edwards is the Internet Wizard at HalloweenCostumes.com, where he is lead editor and writes about superheroes and pop culture. He has been interviewed about costume trends by numerous entertainment and news outlets.

His past costumes include a rocket surgeon, Wikipedia, Optimus Prime, and a picnic. Yes, a picnic. Wyatt also plays Dungeons & Dragons but doesn't put on fancy costumes for that. You can find him on Twitter @whatandwyatt.

Marvel Costumes for All Ages [Costume Guide]

by |June 18, 2021

Marvel Costumes for All Ages

Superhero costumes have long been a popular theme for Halloween dress-up. Though Spider-Man has always been on top, options have only increased thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And while capes, spandex, and masks have mostly been a kids' game, there are tons of Marvel costumes for adults who want to dress up as their favorite characters from the latest superhero blockbusters. If this sounds like a fun time, then we're sure you'll enjoy this guide to our favorite Marvel costumes for all ages!

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Our Halloween Luminaries Will Light the Way to Your Halloween Celebration [Printables]

by |October 21, 2020
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Categories: Artwork, Printables

Our Halloween Luminaries Will Light the Way to Your Halloween Celebration

We designed these printable luminary stencils for anyone giving out candy this Halloween. Whether you have a self-serve "take a treat" station or a candy tube like in our guide to safe trick-or-treating, use these free Halloween luminaries to light the way. Simply cut them out, tape them to white paper bags, and put an LED tea light in each bag. Then repeat for as many lights as you need to make a Halloween-themed row of luminaries.

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Halloween Watch Party Recipes to Share With Your Skeleton Crew [Printables]

by |October 7, 2020
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Halloween Watch Party Recipes to Share With Your Skeleton Crew

Many of us are social distancing or quarantining at home right now, but we're still looking for ways to hang out with our friends and loved ones. In the before times, we'd get together and watch movies or television and enjoy some themed snacks and drinks. Because we all love dressing up and decorating, our watch parties could get quite elaborate! Thankfully, virtual watch parties are an option and we're able to socialize online. So we'd like to share our watch party ideas to help you celebrate Halloween at home in 2020!

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This Is the Way: Iconic Mandalorians from 1978 to 2020 [Infographic]

This Is the Way: Iconic Mandalorians from 1978 to 2020

Boba Fett is one of the most iconic characters from the original Star Wars trilogy. He made an immediate impression on fans, even with an underwhelming debut in the Star Wars Holiday Special and only minutes of screentime in The Empire Strikes Back. Our interest in Boba Fett and the other Mandalorians only increased from there. We read about them in books and comics, watched them in the prequel trilogy and the animated series The Clone Wars and Rebels and now The Mandalorian.

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These DIY Superhero Costumes Will Save the Day

by |October 2, 2020

These DIY Superhero Costumes Will Save the Day

We're a costume maker and retailer and we're proud of the superhero costumes that we carry. But we'll be the first to admit that we don't carry every costume worn by every character. That would be pretty much impossible, because superhero costumes tend to change over time—which is a topic we've covered many times. So what can you do if your favorite superhero design isn't available as an off-the-rack Avengers, X-Men, or Justice League costume? You DIY it.

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2020 'Halloween in America Survey' Results [Infographic]

by |September 24, 2020
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Categories: Infographics, Resource

2020 'Halloween in America Survey' Results

Halloween is almost here and most of us are planning how we'll celebrate safely. That means giving out candy, wearing appropriate costumes, and decorating our homes. We know this because we asked more than 1,500 U.S. adults in our annual Halloween in America Survey. Read on to find out what Americans think about Halloween as we move into October 2020!

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