Halloween is an enjoyable holiday where both adults and children get to dress up.
Halloween parties give everyone a fun chance to dress in costume.
The party may have a certain theme that you need to follow, or you may be able to dress up as anything you like.
However, coming up with a good Halloween costume idea isn’t always easy.
Here are 100 Halloween costume ideas to get you started.
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1. Doctor Strange
With “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” recently released, it’s a great time to dress up as the Sorcerer Supreme.
You can make this costume as simple or as screen accurate as possible.
If you want to make it easy, then you just need to wear a blue shirt and pants with a red cape.
Those who want a more advanced costume can find Doctor Strange costumes at most Halloween stores.
2. Scarlet Witch
Although “WandaVision” came out a while ago, the Scarlet Witch has remained a popular character in the Marvel universe.
She recently showed up in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
The great thing about dressing up as the Scarlet Witch is that you have tons of different costumes you can choose from.
You could go as classic Scarlet Witch, “Avengers”-era Scarlet Witch, or even choose the new costume that she’s been wearing most recently.
Thanks to “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” there are tons of different Spider-Man costumes you can choose to wear.
Spider-Man remains a popular character in the Marvel universe.
He’s also a pretty popular costume idea.
As such, if you’re worried that someone else might also wear a Spider-Man costume, you can always choose to wear one of the more unique variants of Spider-Man suits.
There’s plenty of Spider-Man to go around for everyone.
You don’t need to look like Chris Hemsworth to dress up as Thor.
Dress as Thor from “Thor: Love and Thunder” to have even more fun with this character.
It’s easy to get some fake muscles if you want to at least pretend you’re as ripped as Hemsworth.
Otherwise, you can always go for the classic beer-belly Thor costume.
5. Lady Thor
A great couple’s costume is Thor and Lady Thor.
Making her appearance in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” Lady Thor has a killer costume.
If you and your partner both dress as the dynamic duo, then you might just win the best costume award.
6. Iron Man
Although he may no longer be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man remains a powerhouse.
This is a great costume choice for someone with a high costume budget.
You can find near-replica suits for sale that will amaze guests at any costume party.
Those on a budget can also dress up as the famous playboy by getting a more affordable Iron Man costume at their local costume shop.
If you want to bring a bit of mischief to the costume party, then the best costume to wear is Loki.
One of the best things about Loki is that you have two main costumes you can choose from.
You can wear his classic Asgardian clothes complete with his crown.
You can also wear his more low-key outfit from the “Loki” series on Disney+.
That makes Loki an easy character to dress up as if you’re on a budget.
8. Ms. Marvel
Disney+ recently released the “Ms. Marvel” series.
This costume is great for children or young teenagers.
Not only is it flashy and colorful, but it works great as an ensemble piece.
Someone can dress as Captain Marvel while their child can dress as Ms. Marvel.
9. Captain Marvel
That leads us to Captain Marvel.
Although she hasn’t shown up in recent films, Captain Marvel remains an important and powerful comic superhero.
One of the best things about dressing up as Captain Marvel is that you can choose from two different hairstyles.
No matter if you have long hair or short hair, you can rock a Captain Marvel costume.
10. Black Widow
Although Natasha may be gone, her legend lives on.
Black Widow wears a series of different costumes throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
You can even go for a classic Black Widow costume from the comics if you want to stand out.
11. The Mandalorian
One of the best costumes someone can wear if they’re a “Star Wars” fan is the Mandalorian from the show of the same name.
Not only is dressing as the Mandalorian cool but there’s no shortage of props that you can add.
Being the Mandalorian for Halloween is sure to turn heads.
It’s also a great ensemble costume if you have a child.
Someone can be the Mandalorian and the child can be Baby Yoda, aka Grogu.
12. Grogu aka Baby Yoda
Although it’s more ideal as a child’s costume, that doesn’t mean adults can’t dress up as Grogu, too.
You’ll find no shortage of Grogu costumes for both children and adults at local costume shops.
You can even find a partner to dress in a Yoda and Grogu ensemble to really make an impression.
13. Boba Fett
With the return of Boba Fett in “The Book of Boba Fett,” the original Mandalorian Bounty Hunter is back.
One of the best things about dressing as Boba Fett is that you can wear brand-new-looking armor or age it a bit to dress as a more modern Boba.
Another great costume choice is Bo-Katan for ladies who want to dress up in Mandalorian armor, too.
Bo-Katan has shown up in “The Mandalorian” series, but “Star Wars” fans know a good bulk of her story comes from the animated series, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
Wearing this costume comes with the added bonus of being able to remove your helmet as needed.
15. Ahsoka Tano
If you don’t mind painting your skin orange, then you will make a great Ahsoka Tano.
Introduced first in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” the animated series, she finally got her live-action version in “The Mandalorian.”
With a spin-off series on the way, it’s a great time to dress up as the character before everyone else does.
Because she trained as a Jedi, you also get to wield two lightsabers.
16. Obi-Wan Kenobi
Thanks to the recent “Kenobi” series on Disney+, Obi-Wan Kenobi is back and better than ever.
There’s no better time to dress as the famous Jedi.
You can sport his new look from the series or go for classic Kenobi from the prequel films.
17. Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader
Darth Vader has made his presence in quite a few of the recent “Star Wars” films and video games.
Most recently, he’s returned in the “Kenobi” series.
Dressing up as Darth Vader is always a no-brainer.
Not only do you get to be a famous villain, but the costume, itself, looks incredible.
18. Leia Organa
When it comes to famous women in science fiction fantasy, look no further than Leia Organa.
Dressing up as Leia means you have tons of different costume choices.
You can opt for slave Leia for riskier parties, classic Leia, and even sequel Leia for older fans.
Sass is always included with this costume.
19. Cassian Andor
If you want to pick a costume that is ahead of the game, then you should dress up as Cassian Andor.
“Star Wars’” newest series, “Andor,” will feature the return of Cassian Andor who originally appeared in “Star Wars: Rogue One.”
Dressing up as Cassian is great for those on a budget since his costume is relatively simple.
20. Lando Calrissian
Another great costume to consider is the famous swindler Lando Calrissian.
If you think you can emulate his suave and charismatic personality, then he’s definitely someone to consider dressing as for Halloween.
It’s always a good idea to have a friend dress as Han Solo for some in-character antics.
21. Buzz Lightyear
Disney recently released “Lightyear,” a sort of origin story for the action figure that would become known as Buzz Lightyear.
Children and adults alike can dress up as the famous space hero.
Buzz Lightyear works as a great ensemble costume because one parent can dress as Buzz Lightyear in human form while their child can dress as the action figure.
For “Toy Story” fans, dressing as Buzz Lightyear is a great choice for Halloween parties.
Dressing up as Disney characters for Halloween is almost a tradition in itself.
One character that children should consider dressing as is Mirabel from the Disney film, “Encanto.”
Not only was “Encanto” a hit, but it gives families a look into Colombian culture and history.
Although there hasn’t been a “Frozen” movie released recently, the character Elsa remains extremely popular.
That makes her a go-to costume choice for both adults and children.
If you really want to spice the costume up, then you might consider getting some fake snow special effects going.
If you have two daughters, then dressing them as Anna and Elsa is a no-brainer.
Even without an Elsa to complete your costume, Anna, on her own, is still a great Halloween costume choice.
Not only is her costume colorful, but it’s also relatively simple.
You can even wear her ballgown to make your costume extra special.
25. Flynn Rider
For a man who is already suave, dressing as Flynn Rider from “Tangled” is a perfect choice.
While you’ll have to work on your smolder, it’s an easy costume to wear.
Flynn Rider is a great costume for both adults and children.
Every man should dress as Shrek at least once in their lifetime.
Shrek is especially perfect for dads with a “dad bod.”
There are tons of different ways to dress as Shrek, too.
You can paint your skin green and make a “DIY” costume.
You can also find Shrek costumes for sale at most costume stores.
Both adults and children can finally live their best mermaid lives by dressing up as Ariel.
If you don’t like the idea of trying to walk with a mermaid tail, then you can always opt to dress as Ariel when she has her two legs.
No Ariel costume is complete without a little Flounder at her side.
28. Mary Poppins
Classic Disney fans should consider dressing as Mary Poppins.
She’s practically perfect in every way.
You can choose her classic white dress with an umbrella or go for her more practical outfit that she wears when taking care of the children.
Being Mary Poppins is great for anyone who has to herd children on Halloween night.
If you’re proud of your physique and want to show it off, then Tarzan is the perfect costume for you.
It’s quite simple as well.
You only need a long wig and loincloth.
That said, it’s not a bad idea to wear some form of underwear under the loincloth.
Another classic Disney character to consider dressing as is Belle from “Beauty and the Beast.”
One of the great things about dressing as Belle is that if you have a pet, you can always dress them as Beast for an ensemble piece.
When it comes to dressing as a Disney villain, one of the most fun is Jafar.
You can wear a twisty beard and a large hat.
You’ll also need your serpent scepter to sell the look.
You can also always dress as the genie version of Jafar and cover yourself in red body paint.
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While this costume will take a bit of work, it can be amazing if you manage to pull it off.
You can start with some body paint.
Then you can make a mane out of various materials and fabrics.
As long as you get the scar down your eye correct, everyone will know who you are.
You can have a lot of fun by dressing up as Ursula for Halloween.
Not only does she have a lot of sass and personality, but her costume is a lot of fun, too.
You can live up to your big personality by dressing up as Ursula.
Frollo is, no doubt, one of the greatest villains in Disney history.
With a bit of makeup and the right costume, you can look just like him for Halloween.
You’re sure to scare children or be wildly popular at an adult Halloween party.
35. Dr. Facilier
If you like your villains to be a bit magical, then you should consider dressing as Dr. Facilier from “The Princess and the Frog.”
Painting some black light paint on your skin and having black lights shine on you can really bring this costume to life.
A classic Disney villain is Maleficent.
Since she’s also gotten her turn as an antihero in her own films, so you can dress up as any version of her that tickles your fancy.
You can choose her classic villain look or her costume with broken wings.
37. Cruella de Vil
Another classic Disney villain is Cruella de Vil.
Like Maleficent, she also recently got her own origin film which depicted the character in a more sympathetic light.
You can choose to dress as this version of the character and have fun with all of the exciting fashion from the movie or select the classic version of the character.
Having dalmatian dogs is a bonus.
When it comes to male villains in Disney, one of the most iconic is Gaston.
You can easily make a “DIY” Gaston costume if you don’t have the budget to buy one.
All you need is a red shirt, black pants, and some hunting boots.
You’ll need to work on your frat boy energy.
39. Lady Tremaine
If you like your villains cold and calculating, then you should consider dressing as Lady Tremaine for Halloween.
As the matriarch in “Cinderella,” she’s responsible for most of the title character’s misery.
You can get a wig or style your hair to look like hers.
It also helps to have three children dressed as evil stepsisters.
If you’ve got the gift of gab, then you might want to dress as Hades for Halloween.
In the Disney film, “Hercules,” he’s the primary villain looking to break into Olympus.
You’ll need some blue body paint and a blue wig to pull it off.
41. King Arthur
If you have a love for mythology, then you should consider dressing up as one of the most iconic folk heroes in history.
There are tons of King Arthur films and shows where you can draw inspiration.
As long as you have a sword, you can easily dress as the ruler of ancient Britain.
42. Robin Hood
Another classic folk hero is Robin Hood.
Like King Arthur, there are tons of different “Robin Hood” films that you can use for inspiration.
You can go for bright green tights or try a more subdued look.
As long as you have a bow and arrow, people will recognize you.
Alongside King Arthur is his famous magical adviser, Merlin.
One of the best things about dressing up as Merlin is that you can be as hokey or as subdued as you want.
If you want to wear flamboyant magical robes, then you can.
The opposite of Merlin is Morgana.
A witch who often dabbles in dark magic, she’s often the villain in Arthurian tales.
You can draw inspiration from various witchcraft aesthetics and themes when designing her costume.
When it comes to European witches, she’s the original.
45. Joan Of Arc
Ladies who prefer a more warrior-like costume should consider dressing as Joan of Arc.
The woman famously heard the voice of God and led the armies of France to victory before the country betrayed her.
You can don armor or even dress as a more angelic version of Joan.
History lovers can have a lot of fun dressing like her.
Another famous folk hero is Beowulf.
In his story, he fought various monsters to save his home.
He’s a warrior with no shortage of bravery.
You can draw inspiration from the “Beowulf” film that came out some time ago.
You can also design your own Beowulf costume based on ancient Germanic armor and clothes.
The legend of Hercules makes him accomplish several trials and tasks to prove himself to Zeus and the other Olympian Gods.
If you like to work out, then dressing as Hercules gives you an excuse to show off your hard work.
You can simply wear a Greek robe or some light armor.
48. The Three Musketeers
If you have a trio of friends and want to wear something that goes together, then a classic Halloween costume is the Three Musketeers.
You’ll need to wear classical French armor and have a fake rapier on hand to complete this costume.
Most of the films depicting the Three Musketeers always style them with flamboyant facial hair.
If you can’t grow your own in time, then you can always buy a fake beard or mustache.
Dressing as the Three Musketeers is a great choice for anyone wanting to be part of an ensemble.
49. Ragnar Lodbrok
Whether you’re a fan of the “Vikings” TV series or are just a fan of historical Vikings in general, then you should consider dressing as Ragnar Lodbrok.
Lodbrok was a famous king of the Vikings.
In the TV series, he’s a troubled, but effective king.
Dressing as him requires a bit of knowledge of what Vikings wear to battle.
Mixing heroism and justice with charisma is Zorro.
The great thing about dressing as Zorro is that it’s relatively easy to find a costume.
You can also always make your own by buying black clothes, a cape, and a black mask.
51. Julius Caesar
If you’re going to a history-themed Halloween party, then you can rule it as Julius Caesar.
This ancient Roman emperor helped define what the Roman Empire would become.
One of the perks of dressing as Caesar is that you can take any generic Roman costume and you’ll be set.
Another important person in ancient history is Cleopatra.
She’s another great Halloween choice, especially if you have a partner dressing up as Caesar.
Your Cleopatra costume can show party-goers just how regal you can be.
Spartacus was a warrior from Thrace who became a slave.
He led a slave rebellion against the Roman Empire.
While you can always rely on the “Spartacus” TV series for some inspiration for your costume, you only really need to wear a gladiator costume.
You can also make a “DIY” gladiator costume or wear Roman armor.
One of the most famous heroes of ancient Greece was Achilles.
Brad Pitt famously played him in “Troy.”
If you want to show off your physique in Greek armor, then you should consider dressing as Achilles for Halloween.
You may want to invest in a good wig to sell the look.
Opposite Achilles was another famous warrior named Hector.
If you’re a bit of a history nerd, then you might want to do some research on what armor looked like in Hector’s day.
Then you can impress everyone at the Halloween party.
You get bonus points if you have someone dressed as Achilles with you.
56. Leonidas I
Leonidas rose to cinematic fame in the film “300.”
If you have the washboard abs to support the look, then you might want to dress as Leonidas for Halloween.
If not, then there are plenty of fake abs that you can wear for Halloween instead.
One of the most famous female warriors in history is Boudica.
She famously fended off Roman expansion in her home country.
You’ll want to wear European armor for your costume as she was primarily based in the area that is now known as Norfolk.
58. Vlad The Impaler
If you want a more spooky historical costume, then you should consider dressing as Vlad the Impaler.
He was a famous warrior with a penchant for impaling his enemies as a warning.
His penchant for bloodshed was so notorious that he became the inspiration for Dracula.
You’ll want to research Romanian armor to ensure you’re able to get his look just right.
Another ancient Greek hero was Odysseus.
He traveled far and wide and had several adventures that have inspired several movies.
One of the best things about dressing as Odysseus is that you can play him however you want.
You can wear Greek armor to depict his warrior side or wear simple Greek robes to depict his wanderer side.
Siegfried is a Germanic hero who famously slew a dragon.
This is a great costume idea for someone who wants to blend history with fantasy for Halloween.
You can wear Germanic armor while using a dragon’s head as a prop.
A popular Halloween party theme is Greek gods.
If you want to be the best god at the party, then you should consider dressing as the king of all the gods, Zeus.
Zeus is best known for his ability to hurl lightning.
You can wear a crown featuring lightning bolts or have actual lightning bolts that you carry with you.
Women can have a lot of fun dressing as Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, for Halloween.
For adult-focused parties, you can make her costume as sexy as you want.
For more family-friendly parties, you can focus on glamming yourself up.
Apollo is the god of light, music, poetry, and several others.
If you want to dress up as Apollo for Halloween, then you’ll have no shortage of ideas to choose from.
You can even make a modern-day musical Apollo costume and use an electric guitar.
Ares isn’t the only god of war.
Athena is the goddess of both war and wisdom.
Dressing up as Athena for Halloween should entail mixing both of these main domains.
You might choose to have her famous spear at your side as well as a stuffed owl on your shoulder to depict her wisdom.
One of the most fun gods that you can dress up as is Ares.
Not only is he the god of war, but he’s also the god of bloodlust and courage.
You can even depict a gory and grotesque Ares if you want to make your costume a bit scarier.
66. Hades (Greek Mythology)
Not to be mistaken with the Disney version of Hades, the mythological version of Hades is a whole different costume.
He’s the god of the underworld and oversees the passage of souls.
He’s also famously linked with Persephone for those looking for a couple’s costume.
You can make your Hades costume as creepy and ghoulish as you want for Halloween.
One of the most mysterious goddesses of ancient Greece is Nyx.
She’s the goddess of the night but little is actually known about her.
There’s even a rumor that Zeus feared her.
If you want to steal all the attention at the Halloween party, then you should dress as Nyx.
If you like your gods to be a bit mischievous, then you’ll want to dress up as Hermes.
Hermes is the god of messages, travel, and trickery.
While winged shoes are one of his hallmarks, you can get creative when designing his costume.
Another famous goddess is Artemis.
She’s the goddess of chastity and the hunt.
You can make her an eco-warrior for a modern-day version of the goddess or stick with the ancient version and use a bow and arrow.
You can also have a lot of fun dressing up as Poseidon for Halloween.
As the god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses, you can come up with some pretty interesting costume designs.
You may even have some fun as an ensemble with someone who dresses as Ursula.
71. Sandy And Danny From “Grease”
If you have a love for musicals, then you and your partner should consider dressing as Sandy and Danny from the musical “Grease.”
There’s no shortage of different costumes that you can wear to achieve their 50s look, but one of the most classic is their final costumes from the end of the film.
With both of you in leather, you’re sure to steal the spotlight.
72. The Phantom Of The Opera
Another famous musical is “The Phantom of the Opera.”
This is another great musical to draw inspiration from if you are looking for a good ensemble costume.
One of you can dress as the Phantom while the other can dress as Christine.
If you want to give yourself a challenge this Halloween, then you should consider dressing as one of the cats from the musical, “Cats.”
You’ll need a leotard, a lot of body paint, and some fake fur that you can adhere to yourself.
A tail is also essential.
“Chicago” the musical is about a woman trying to get an innocent verdict from a jury after killing her lover.
It’s set in the 1920s, so you can have a lot of fun wearing flapper outfits as either the famous lawyer Billy Flynn or the murderess herself, Roxie Hart.
75. Sweeney Todd And Mrs. Lovett
There are several ways that you can dress up as the titular characters from “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”
If you want to dress as the characters from the famous film by Tim Burton, then you’ll need to use a lot of hair spray.
If you prefer to keep it closer to the stage show, then you’ll want to use fake straight razors paired with 19th-century clothing.
“Hairspray” is a great musical and an even better Halloween costume idea for those who love to wear bright clothes and don crazy hairstyles.
There’s no shortage of characters from which to choose, so your only decision will be just how bright and “Baltimore Hon-like” you want to dress.
Another great musical that offers excellent Halloween costume ideas is “Wicked.”
The musical gives a bit of a twist on the story of the Wicked Witch of the West from “The Wizard of Oz.”
You can dress as Elphaba, Galinda, or even Fiyero.
78. The Nightmare Before Christmas
No matter if you consider “The Nightmare Before Christmas” a Halloween film, a Christmas film, or both, its characters make for a great Halloween costume.
You can find several Jack Skellington and Sally costumes at your local costume store.
You can also try to make a “DIY” costume with a bit of makeup and thrift shopping.
“Annie” is another classic music that will never go out of style.
If you have a young daughter, then you can dress her up as the famous orphan Annie.
Since her most famous companion is a dog named Sandy, you can sell the costume by dressing up your dog or using a stuffed animal.
One of the most famous musicals in recent times is “Hamilton.”
It tells the story of the American Revolution and the rise and fall of Alexander Hamilton.
Besides having historical characters that you can dress as, the costumes, alone, are a lot of fun to wear.
If you’re going to a Halloween party with a more adult theme, then one of the best things you can dress as is a flapper.
Besides being a lot of fun, flapper clothing can be as zany or elegant as you want.
You can drip in gold or remain stylish with faux fur.
82. Regency Era
Perhaps one of the most romantic types of clothing comes from the Regency Era.
You can wear gorgeous ballroom gowns or a fine suit with a top hat.
Whether you’re going for something inspired by “Bridgerton” or a Jane Austen book, the Regency Era has tons of beautiful costume ideas to choose from.
83. Medieval Times
If the Halloween party is medieval-themed, then there’s no shortage of costumes that you can wear.
You can dress as a peasant, nobility, or even a warrior or knight.
If allowed, you can also take things in a fantasy direction and include some magic.
84. 1950s Shake Shop
The 1950s had some incredible fashion.
You can dress in a poodle skirt and be a shake shop waitress or in leather as a bad boy greaser.
You’ll need a leather jacket and greased-back hair to complete your look.
85. Colonial Era
The Colonial times were known for their puritan-style clothing.
You can dress simply as a puritan or a pilgrim.
You can also dress in garb typical of a blacksmith from that time or as a member of the clergy.
86. 1970s Disco Fever
Another popular Halloween party theme is disco.
The 1970s was another great time for fashion.
You can be a disco dancer for Halloween by wearing bell-bottom jeans with a denim jacket and sporting big hair.
The 1970s was a time of decadence, so you should splurge on this particular costume.
Hippies are alive and well today, but if you want to dress as a classic hippie, then you should look no further than tie-dye shirts and breezy dresses.
Flower power should be your focus for this costume.
88. Grunge Rocker
You can look to the 1990s for ideas on how to dress as a grunge rocker.
If you’re feeling extra grungy, part of your costume might be skipping a shower the day before the party.
Greasy, uncombed hair and ill-fitting band t-shirts are part of the look.
It’s an easy and comfortable costume idea that brings a bit of nostalgia.
89. Leather Punk
Another big fashion trend that you can imitate for Halloween is punk.
Leather clothes, combat boots, piercings, and colored hair are some of the hallmarks of a stereotypical punk.
90. 1980s Hair Band
One of the most fun things to dress up as is a member of a hair band.
You can either base your look on an actual rocker or do your own thing.
The key thing to keep in mind is that you must wear a lot of hair spray.
The bigger your hair is, the more accurate your costume will be.
One of the most famous heroes of the DC universe is Batman.
There have been many movies, TV shows, and comics made about the superhero.
That means you’re able to choose from a wide array of Batman suits so you can portray the exact Batman that you wish.
92. Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is a great costume idea for any woman.
With her famous lasso of truth and incredible strength, Wonder Woman easily holds her own with the other heroes in the DC universe.
If you want a couple’s costume for Halloween, then dressing as the Catwoman to someone’s Batman is a great idea.
Catwoman blends sex appeal with deception.
She’s a master thief and always walks the line between good and evil.
You can make her costume as sexy or as innocent as you want.
94. Harley Quinn
Another famous woman from the DC universe is Harley Quinn.
Although she started off as the Joker’s main squeeze, she’s since carved out a history and story of her own.
There have been several portrayals and different costumes for Harley Quinn over the years.
You can either go as classic Harley Queen for Halloween or try out one of her new looks.
95. The Joker
Perhaps one of the most popular characters to dress as for Halloween is the Joker.
Not only is he one of the world’s most intriguing villains, but he’s had his share of film, TV, and comic appearances, too.
There’s no shortage of ways to dress as the Joker.
Another famous superhero in the DC universe is Superman.
Although his costume has changed over the years, it’s stayed fairly true to the original.
It’s a blue, skin-tight suit with an “S” emblazoned on the chest.
If you want to dress up as a variant of Superman, then you should look at his comics for inspiration.
97. The Riddler
When it comes to DC villains, one of the most fun to dress up as for Halloween is the Riddler.
You can draw inspiration from different video games and movies for your costume.
Being the Riddler means you can trick your friends with puzzles and riddles at the Halloween party.
98. Poison Ivy
Like Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy has also undergone several changes throughout her history.
With these changes have come several costume redesigns, too.
If you want to be a sexy plant-obsessed woman with the ability to control the minds of others, then this is the girl to dress as for Halloween.
If you want a real challenge for Halloween, then you should consider dressing up as Two-Face.
Since one side of his face has scars, you can have a lot of fun with makeup and prosthetics.
You can make one side of your face look as grotesque and gory as you want.
100. Killer Croc
A final idea for Halloween is Killer Croc.
He’s another villain from the DC universe who is essentially a large crocodile.
This type of costume isn’t easy to pull off.
However, if you want to try your hand at prosthetics and makeup, then this is the perfect challenge for you.
Halloween is a great time to take on the personality of another character.
No matter if you’re an adult or a child, you can have fun with the Halloween costume ideas listed above.
The next time there’s a themed Halloween party, you’ll have a few ideas on hand.