Get ready for the best Halloween ever! Batman costumes are the hit of the season every year. That is because there are so many type in stock. With styles for the TV show, the movies and now the Batman Arkham video game series you can find the one that best suits yours or your child's favorite incarnation of the Caped Crusader. People will look at you and be amazed at your likeness. They will wish that they saw all of the Batman selections when they went shopping at their local store.
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Batman Costume Accessories
If you want to complete your Batman Halloween costume for your next night of Halloween costume parties, or for some trick-or-treating, make sure you have everything you need to look your very best with all of these great costume accessories! Batman's mask and cape are classic parts of his look, so any Caped Crusader costume is going to need one of the options we offer. There are also gloves for kids and adults, belts, rings, grappling hooks and batarangs, and lots of other fun items, available in the classic Adam West style, the Tim Burton movies, the Nolan movies, and the new DC extended universe movies!
Group Costume Ideas
There are plenty of looks that coordinate with Batman! Get the children dressed as Robin or Batgirl, have your number-one gal dress up as Catwoman, or add some dangerous characters like Poison Ivy, the Joker, Bane, and plenty more. There are also other DC heroes, such as Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Arrow, Aquaman, and all the other classic heroes, heroines, and super villains from the annals of DC comics.
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DIY Knightmare Batman Costume
In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman suffers from nightmares that show Superman as a conquering dictator, and a villain to be defeated. During these nightmares, Batman has a long coat, a scarf, and a few other details in a dusty apocalypse. When you look at the DIY Knightmare Batman costume, you can create your own unique costume from this recent DC Comics movie! There are step-by-step details, picture guides, and a list of materials you need to create an outfit that is not only powerful and heroic, but something unique and memorable for everyone else at a costume party or anywhere else you're getting dressed up for.
DIY LEGO Batman Costume
With the help of this Do It Yourself LEGO Batman Costume, you can create a fun and unique look for your next night of costume party. There's a list of helpful materials, picture guides, and step-by-step instructions that help you create a costume from the new Lego Batman movie. You can make a bodysuit that looks just like a Lego minifigure, create some arms and legs, and a special mask. It's a great way to get your kids interested in crafts and creating their own outfit for a night of fun! All you'll need to do is practice your growly Batman voice, and you're ready to go!
Batman – real name Bruce Wayne – is one of the original comic book superheroes, and dressing up as this classic character from television, movies, video games, and much more has never been easier when you search this collection of Batman Costumes from Wholesale Halloween Costumes!
When a thug kills Bruce Wayne's parents in a mugging gone
wrong, deep in one of Gotham's dark alleys, young Bruce, the heir to a fortune,
resolves to become a symbol of hope and justice for the people of Gotham. His
allies are Alfred Pennyworth, Robin, Batgirl, and Commissioner Gordon, and his
villains are many, many more: Two-Face, Bane, Ra's Al Ghul, Poison Ivy, and the
most dangerous of them all: The Joker! He's been in the comic book pages for
more than eighty years, and the Batman's adventures span all over the gamut of
popular culture! His classic cape and cowl will help make any costume look
powerful, heroic, and exciting!
Batman in Popular Culture
Batman in TV and Movies
The Dark Knight first appeared on the screen in 1966, starring famous actor Adam West, whose original portrayal of Batman injected camp and humor into the dark stories. It ran for 120 episodes, ending in 1968. Other versions on the smaller screen include The Batman/Superman Hour, The Adventures of Batman, Super Friends, and The New Adventures of Batman.
Batman first appeared on the big screen in 1989. Batman was directed by Tim Burton and starred Michael Keaton as the title character, and Jack Nicholson as the Joker. The film spawned three sequels: Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin. Val Kilmer and George Clooney replaced Keaton, and Joel Schumacher replaced Burton for the last two. In 2005, director Christopher Nolan rebooted the franchise with Batman Begins. Christian Bale starred as Bruce Wayne/Batman, and the film gained two sequels in The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, with Heath Ledger as the Joker, Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, and more. Ben Affleck began portraying Batman in the DC Extended Universe.
Batman in Comic Books
Batman's first appearance in comic books – and in popular culture – was Detective Comics #27, released in March 1939. His costume is dark, with blacks and grays, with a dash of blues and yellows to give it some style. He was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, and was based on classic pulp literature character Zorro. Unlike most superheroes, he has no supernatural powers, such as Superman's flight or Green Lanterns powerful ring. Instead, he has trained himself to the peak of physical fitness, is an expert detective, has an indomitable will, and is a genius with technology and machines, able to create helpful tools and devices such as his grappling hook, batarangs, and, most of all, his unique and useful Batmobile!
Justice League Pumpkin Carving Stencils
If you want to add something with a cool comic book style to
your next Halloween party or other fall event, try out these Justice
League Pumpkin Stencils! Not only can you get Batman, but there's also
Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and the Flash. Get the entire Justice League ready for a
big costume party, and decorate an October event with the perfect heroic items.
Simply print off the stencils, get some sharp tools, and start making some
special items. It's a great project for kids to help out with, but be sure to watch
them carefully when they're using those sharp tools!