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Friday, September 10, 2010

Time to Plan for Halloween

With Halloween just a little over six weeks away, now is the time to order your perfect Halloween Costume. Let’s take a look at some of our newest costume arrivals (). In our Adult Costumes section, new arrivals include:

Brian, the lovable dog from The Family Guy. Costume includes: Plush long-sleeve shirt, plush character headpiece and decorative martini glass. (Yes, we have Stewie too)

Clash of the Titans Perseus- Be a titan this Halloween with this tunic, molded chest armor, gauntlets and shin guards.

Optimus Prime Female Transformers! Costume includes: Dress, headpiece, petticoat, glovettes and leg covers.

Avatar Neytiri Adult Costume includes jumpsuit with attached tail, apron and gauntlet (Makeup and wig sold separately.)

Princess Fiona from Shrek Forever - The Fiona Costume includes: A floor length dress, belt with faux heart buckle and an ogre ear headpiece.

In Kids Costumes, our new arrivals include:

Avatar Jake Sully Child Costume includes jacket with attached shirt, pants with tail and mask.

Avatar Child Neytiri Costume includes jumpsuit with attached tail, apron and gauntlet.

Princess Leia Newborn Costume – with a soft hat that gives the illusion of the classic double-bun hairdo!

Mr Potato Head - This toy is a master of disguise. Deluxe costume includes: Foam overlay with attached ears detachable male eyes, nose, moustache, mouth, female hat, eyes, nose and lips.

And in our Cosplay section, new arrivals include:

Super Mario Deluxe Large Costume includes jumpsuit, hat, moustache and inflatable belly.

New costumes from Tales of the Abyss, Macross Frontier, Hetalia Axis Powers, Fairy Tail as well as additional characters from Naruto, Code Geass and Bleach...among many others!

Plus some new Gothic Lolita dresses!

Make your Halloween costume plans now while supplies last. Costume manufacturers can't afford to overproduce seasonal items, so many of the best will be sold out before October.
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