Over the last several years Ryan Scott Miller has been building awesomely elaborate wheelchair costumes for his son Jeremy to wear on Halloween. Last year it was a Star Wars Snowspeeder, and this year it’s a Ghostbusters Ecto-1 with all kinds of electronic bells and whistles.
Now I really, really want to see Jeremy team up with this tiny Holtzmann to bust all of the ghosts in the neighborhood.
See the Ecto-1 in action in the video below. [click to continue…]
Dutch Nail artist PiggieLuv is a horror lover from the looks of her fiendishly macabre nail art. Some of the stuff she does with the illusion of torn nails and such is definitely not for the squeamish, but you can check out a selection of her more SFW designs below. [click to continue…]
Want to see an ultimate Star Wars parenting win? Check out the Luke Skywalker tauntaun costume Clint Case made for his son.
Watch the feet. It’s totally about the feet here. And the tauntaun’s butt when he walks away from the camera. So. Stinkin’. Cute. Watch the full video below. [click to continue…]
It’s a good thing that Garth the Irish wolfhound is a loving, cosplaying pup because, by the looks of things, he could make it Garth’s World with one bite. He wouldn’t even have to chew.
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Top model Banana Slug says “yellow IS IN” and “Slime IS IN!” Those are style tips you can take to the bank my friends.
Need a quick/unique costume for Halloween? The Banana Slug mask is it. It even has posable feelers. Just don’t be surprised if you arrive home from trick-or-treating with a bag of dirt. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Dammit Loungefly. I barely resisted the Marvel bags and now they go and make a bunch of new bags and accessories for The Nightmare Before Christmas. Backpacks, duffles, coin bags, totes, wallets. So much NBX goodness!
The two-sided tote and the mini backpack are singing to me. Here’s comes Halloween… [click to continue…]
…Because this tiny Holtzmann is on duty and she’ll be bustin’ ghosts and demons all over the neighborhood. A Harley Quinn or two might even caught up in her unstoppable wrath.
(via Lindsay Sherman)
I suspect that Stranger Things cosplay will be hot this Halloween. Eleven and Barb are the obvious choices—a box of Eggo waffles and a pair mom jeans are easy enough to procure. However, if you’re feeling ambitious you can try the following Demogorgon makeup tutorial which will require some extra effort. The results would be worth it though. [click to continue…]
Her Universe has unveiled two festive Star Wars t-shirts just in time for Halloween.
The first one depicts Boba Fett riding a witch’s broom across the harvest moon and the other is a Day Of The Dead-themed R2 and Threepio.
It’s hard to decide. I may just need both. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
We were all impressed by the movie-quality Rocket Raccoon costume Christina Borchardt made for her 6-year old son. But now we get to see what actually went into the build.
Starting in June of this year, Borchardt chronicled her work as it progressed on the Replica Props Forum. Everything was entirely made from scratch, including Rocket’s head which she designed using a plaster mold of her son’s face. She then sculpted the entire face and cowl, attached faux fur which was shaped and painted, and affixed teeth to a movable upper and lower jaw.
Her work is so good that even James Gunn took notice and gave it a shout out on Instagram.
Check out more photos of this parenting win after the break.
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