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If your daughter desperately wants you to be a believable Doctor Octopus for Halloween, it sure helps to know a Mythbuster.
When Patton Oswalt tweeted that his daughter wanted him to accompany her Spider-Girl as Doctor Octopus this year, the always-helpful Adam Savage came through with an amazing getup that wouldn't break the comedian's back. Find out how after the jump!
Savage made it easier on Oswalt by placing the weight of
Halloween is right around the corner, and if you're planning on dressing up in a comics-related costume this year, we want to see it!
Don't get me wrong: We pretty much always want to see the awesome costumes made by our readers, but way more people get in on the act when October 31 rolls around, and we're pretty eager to have a look. So before you head out for trick-or-treati
Halloween is upon us, and as far as I'm concerned that means one thing above all others: Costumes! Admittedly, we here at ComicsAlliance are pretty obsessed with costumes in general, but this is the one time of year where the whole world gets into the act. And as a result, it's also the one time where you can actually just stroll into your local
Art: As dirty windshield artwork goes, this Bane composition is a triumph.
Movies: The Avengers 2 will officially open in theaters on May 1, 2015.
TV: The CW has revealed its poster for Arrow,
It may feel a little early to start thinking about Halloween, but considering the recent release of new footage from The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man movies, the timing of Costume Craze's recent blog posts revealing the film's licensed costumes should suit fans just fine. The Avengers line consists of upda
We've had some good times today poking fun at store-bought Halloween costumes for kids, but once again, the Internet has proven homemade costumes are way more awesome than anything you can find at the store. Case in point: the fantastic Rocketeer costume made by Jim from Sweet Juniper for his thre
During our Halloween celebrations here at ComicsAlliance, we've talked about sexy costumes, dog costumes, heck, we even took a trip back to the past for a look at vintage costumes, but we haven't spent a lot of time talking about the costumes that kids today are wearing for Halloween. So are they really any better than those awful plastic smock costumes from 30 years ago? Well, if we're being honest, they'd almost have to be -- but that doesn't mean that they're exactly what you'd call good. That's why today, we've checked out the kids' section of our local Halloween costume shop to bring you a look at the Best, Worst and Weirdest Kids' Costumes for Halloween!
With their unintentionally terrifying masks and bizarre plastic coverall-style suits, the Halloween costumes produced by Ben Cooper, Inc. have become downright iconic in American pop culture through sheer awfulness. From the '50s to the '80s, they were a staple of Halloweens across the country and are still valued as vintage collectibles, despite the fact that they are -- and this is putting it nicely -- hilariously awful. With Halloween just around the corner, we're still feeling a little nostalgic for those mind-bogglingly terrible costumes of days gone by. That's why today, I've picked out 10 Amazingly Bad Retro Halloween Costumes from the archives at the Wonderful Wonderblog!