There are two great reasons to follow this tutorial which teaches you how to turn 15 wooden popsicle sticks into your own set of wearable Wolverine claws: 1) You get to run around pretending to be Wolverine, popping balloons and being awesome. 2) You have a great reason to eat 15 popsicles.
HBO just released a couple of general promo videos, where characters from different shows come out and praise how it’s not TV, it’s HBO. However, the seemingly innocuous advertisements do have one super cool feature: New costumes for Game of Thrones!
Some industrial cutting machines use a thin metal wire carrying an incredibly strong electrical charge to cut through steel like it’s softened butter. That’s probably what inspired the Hacksmith to create a wearable pair of Wolverine claws connected to a car battery. They’re not quite as deadly as Logan’s adamantium…
When Marvel announced that the re-revived Ben Reilly would be getting his own series once more as the Scarlet Spider, the company also revealed that Ben would get a brand new suit to swing around in. It... was a bit off. Its creepy little smile defying all sense of comic book spandex weirded us the hell out. But it…
At last year’s Toy Fair Hasbro made it a lot easier for Marvel fans to live out their superhero fantasies without requiring an Avengers-sized budget. The company’s detailed but affordable role-play line is expanding this year with two new accessories for Thor fans, and those who wish they could join the Guardians of…
The talented filmmakers—or should that be, remakers— at Ghostlight recently reshot the 1987 Paul Verhoeven masterpiece, RoboCop. But since they didn’t have a million dollar Hollywood budget, they had to build all of the film’s props and practical effects themselves, including this impressive ED-209 costume.
Honestly, at first, you’d be hard-pressed to really notice what’s different about Supes’ latest wardrobe update—after all, it still looks like the Man of Steel we know and love. But there’s actually a few neat little re-tweaks and additions that bring it back closer to the classic Superman look.
A Japanese company called On-Art Corporation wants to build a Jurassic Park-like attraction called “Dino-A-Park.” But instead of spending billions of dollars trying to bring extinct creatures back to life, the company has instead created some of the most life-like and realistic dinosaur costumes you’ve ever seen.
Can’t understand how people in oversized hats riding horses and bulls is supposed to be entertaining? It turns out that rodeos were only boring because cowboys were wearing the wrong outfits. Put one in a T-rex costume on a bucking bronco and suddenly you’ve got the best spectator sport in the world.
Happy Halloween, everyone! Yes the day of chills and frights is finally upon us—and so is the chance to dress up in all those amazing costumes you’ve been working on this year. Here’s the very best of the ones our readers sent to us, in celebration of this most spooktacular season.
Last we checked, coating your body in melted silver wasn’t the safest way to dress up for Halloween. So Jesse Wellens instead enlisted the help of makeup artist Alexys Fleming to help turn him into the Silver Surfer. His impressive getup was made even cooler with a silver electric surfboard that let him cruise through…
Besides the free candy, Halloween is supposed to be about scaring yourself silly. But don’t waste your time on horror movies, haunted houses, or ghost stories. Just watch this behind-the-scenes look at how Hyperflesh makes its oversized baby masks. You’ll be terrified of going anywhere near a daycare afterwards.
Halloween is less than a week away, and your time for finding a costume is almost up... almost. We’ve got a guide to a bunch of quick, cheap, do-it-yourself outfits that also happen to be genuinely good costumes—and they’re not only good, they’re timely, too! If you’re a nerdy procrastinator on a budget, youcan’t go…
Lots of kids are terrified of thunderstorms, but not Zoey. Her dad, who you might remember from the glowing stick figure costume he made her a few years ago, is back with this over-the-top Princess Cumulus thunderstorm costume that’s as wonderful as it is impractical for actual trick-or-treating.
There’s just one week to go before the big day—and we want to see more of your progress on getting your costumes ready for Halloween! Although let’s be honest, you face some tough competition, like Kinja user Pwomp’s dog Hank.
Just a regular ol’ Wonder Woman costume probably would’ve been great, but photographer and #1 dad Josh Rossi decided to make his daughter’s Halloween even better by getting an amazingly crafted costume for her, and then did a special photoshoot compositing her into scenes from Batman v Superman and Wonder Woman.
Looking for an incredibly easy, inexpensive, last-minute costume? I recently found a treasure trove of comfortable (and soft!) adult onesies that a) make Halloween shopping a cinch b) are nerdy beyond belief and c) are so glorious that picking just one to buy is honestly the hardest choice I have faced this year.
Boils and ghouls, the spooky season is upon us—the nights are dark (and full of terror), there’s candy to be consumed, but most importantly, there are amazing costumes to wear, to frighten and entertain in equal measure. If you’ve got a cool costume for Halloween this year, we want to see it. Starting right now!
Clint Case apparently has aspirations of winning father of the year for 2016, and he just might clinch the title with this brilliant homemade Tauntaun Halloween costume he crafted for his son. This kid’s gonna rake in tons of candy on Halloween night, but it’s going to be a real tragedy when he has to cut that…