Tim Burton’s Joker photographed by chris.alcoran.
It’s already October. (What? How? I need to speak to the manager. This is an outrage!) This being October means we only have a few more weeks of procrastination before we try to slap together a last minute costume for our geeky selves.
As was our tradition last year and the year before that, we’re collecting a roundup of costumes even lazy geeks like us can make on a reasonable budget. That last picture on the second page is totally my look for this year.
When you’re done with these, you can also check out some of our other Halloween costumes:
- 25 Funny And Unique Halloween Costumes Based On TV Characters
- 25 Pop Culture Halloween Costumes That Won’t Break The Bank
- 25 More Clever Halloween Costumes From Pop Culture
- 25 Intriguing Halloween Costumes Based On TV Characters
Duck Hunt dog made by captain96.
Krang (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) costume made on a budget by RevPhelps.
Lisa (Weird Science) photographed by Robert Williams.
Mr. Freeze photographed by deltron3030. Ice work, kid.
Microsoft’s Clippy costume made by toothbrushdance.
This is precious. [via]
Minterbartolo‘s son as Star-Lord (Guardians Of The Galaxy).
Lara Croft photographed by Steven Leung.
Lando Calrissian (Star Wars) costume made by Arewegreen.
“When Disney buys Star Wars, CinderLeia happens.” — katcurtis
Transformers family photographed by Dave Pearce.
“My Dad’s friend has a kid who is in a wheelchair. He does an exceptional job on his kid’s costumes.” — blaake
Zombawesome and his daughter as Joel and Ellie from The Last Of Us.
Whomp (Mario) photographed by Terry Robinson.
Stargate dress made by astrobean.
Ghostbusters family photographed by Planetgordon.
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (Ghostbusters) photographed by Volker Neumann.
Lakitu (Mario Kart) costume made by cnrdel0624.
And the cheapest one of all. Raiden (Mortal Kombat) made from black pants, a belt, and a lampshade by SpaceCampDropOut.
Check out some of our other Halloween costumes: