Some Halloween costumes are funny. Some are sexy. Some are neither. And some destroy the concepts of humor and sex appeal just by existing.
Put Deadpool together with a bunch of kids dressed as super-heroes, and this happens.
Anyone can be a princess on Halloween.
Three dads from the “Jurassic Park” generation talk about the various ways they’ll be sharing “Jurassic World” with their children… #JurassicWorldAtTarget
Steven Downey takes a long look at Halloween now and then.
JJ Vincent is a real-life pink nightmare. How that happened is proof that truth is really stranger than fiction.
Shaun Chatman looks at why some costumes which seem to be the epitome of geekiness might be a not-so-smart idea.
Anthony D’Aries talks about his father, his parallel flaws, brotherhood, and culture of men in his new book.
Flavorwire is featuring a series of photographs of spies—East German STASI spies, to be exact—playing dress up.
By encouraging women to wear ‘sexy’ costumes, Hugo Schwyzer writes, we’re selling both men and women short.
Not even teachers are immune to Halloween’s nostalgia of make-believe, writes Carl Bosch.
Dress your child as a genocidal dictator or an alien-birthing chicken, and people will start asking questions.
… aaaand we’re back. San Diego. Cosplay photos. Celebrities. Fans. Let’s go!(In all seriousness, give this bad boy some time to load, it’s about to get megapixel up in here) [Source: World of Black Heroes][Source: Carl Dancy’s Facebook Page] [Source: Stranger Comics] [Source: CNET] [Source: Getty Images] [Source: Organization of Black Screenwriters’ Facebook Page][Source: The…
“It would cost millions of dollars to develop a nontoxic bomb for vandals that would be as insidiously effective as the ordinary chicken egg.”