All Posts Tagged 'Costume'

Trump Chicken DIY Halloween Costume

by |August 10, 2017
Categories: Costume Tutorials, DIY

Trump Chicken DIY

This Halloween, be prepared to unleash fire and furry if you dress up as the famous Donald Trump chicken. Yesterday, a giant inflatable chicken with "presidential hair" showed up near the White House and the internet lost its mind trying to figure out what was happening. Of course, this is right after the president "flew the coop" on a vacation, so he wasn't around to pose with the chicken or talk about how it's the best chicken. Anyway, we thought this Donald Trump costume chicken was the perfect inspiration for a Halloween costume, so here's an easy way to get the look!

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HalloweenCostumes.com May 2017 People’s Choice Cosplay Contest Winner

by |May 22, 2017
Categories: Contest, Cosplay

May 2017 People’s Choice Cosplay Contest Winner

Thank you for making our May 2017 People’s Choice Cosplay Contest such a success! We were figuratively deluged in comments and emails for a couple of weeks there. They were pouring in, well, like votes do. (We’re sorry, but votes don’t make great similes.) Anyways, we fed the votes into our Counterator 2000 Machine and–PRESTO!–out popped a name.

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HalloweenCostumes.com May 2017 People’s Choice Cosplay Contest

by |May 1, 2017
Categories: Contest, Cosplay

HalloweenCostumes.com May 2017 People’s Choice Cosplay Contest

There were so many fantastic entries in our April 2017 Cosplay Contest that it was difficult picking only three winners! So we decided to run a second contest with our top 20 featured cosplays and leave the voting up to the fans. This time we’re giving $1,000 in store credit to HalloweenCostumes.com or Fun.com to the winner. That’s right, it’s a People’s Choice Cosplay Contest, and you get to help decide who wins it all!

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HalloweenCostumes.com April 2017 Cosplay Contest Winners

by |April 24, 2017
Categories: Contest, Cosplay

April 2017 Cosplay Contest Winners

The ballots are in, the votes have been tallied, the numbers have been tabulated, the sums have been checked, and all kinds of other voting things happened. After much deliberation, we have selected the winners of our HalloweenCostumes.com April 2017 Cosplay Contest. Remember that the prizes were $750 (First Place), $400 (Second Place), and $200 (Third Place) in store credit to HalloweenCostumes.com or Fun.com for putting together a truly awesome cosplay.

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HalloweenCostumes.com April 2017 Cosplay Contest

by |April 3, 2017
Categories: Contest, Cosplay

April 2017 Cosplay Contest

Hello cosplayers! Do you like shopping sprees? Do you want awesome free stuff for doing what you already do? Summer convention season is coming up fast, and we want to celebrate by showing off your best cosplay designs and reward you for all the hard work. “What kind of rewards?” you might be asking. How about $750, $400, and $200 in store credit to HalloweenCostumes.com or Fun.com! “But wait, don’t you sell costumes?” We sure do, but we know a good costume when we see it, and we really love what you do. “Okay, so how do I enter?” Here’s a summary:

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Superman Costumes in TV and Movies

by |March 25, 2016
Categories: Resource, Superheroes

Superman Movies and TV Header

Superman made his comics debut in 1938 and has since been one of the most widely-recognizable superheroes on the planet. The Man of Steel was then featured in other media beginning in 1941 with a series of animated shorts. The iconic costume, featuring blue spandex with red trim, has been one of the most cosistent looking superhero costumes ever, although the shield emblem has seen it's share of changes.There have been many Supermans (or Supermen?) over the years. In fact, there are nearly as many failed Superman films and TV shows as there are ones that made it to audiences’ eyes. Let’s take a look at the different Superman portrayals in movies and TV over time. While the Superman costume may have stayed the same, the different people who wore it made the hero their own. 

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