Hey folks! Here at the Ace of Geeks, Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. It’s basically an excuse to cosplay without a convention, and fly your geek flag a little bit. We saw some amazing costumes around the internet yesterday, but we want to share ours with you now. Check it out, and post your costumes in the comments!
The Three Witches
Korbl Klimecki, Digital Dame and Alexis George all put a spell on us this year (god, I feel like a terrible commentator at a fashion show) with awesome witch costumes – although Digital Dame tells us that her costume is really, “Whatever you want it to be.”
You Have Failed This City!
One of our newest writers, JC Brown, brought out this pretty picture perfect Oliver Queen getup:
How to Scare Your Kids and Teach Them Stuff
Both Jarys Maragopolous and John Garcia wore their Halloween costumes to teach their classes – Jarys is seen here burning a copy of Fahrenheit 451, while master cosplayer John’s Rorschach mask changes color from black to white as he breathes.
Totally a Red Team Medic
Right? That’s what Thomas Tan is dressed as. We don’t see anything else. Just not sure why he’s been standing so close behind us all night…
Not Creepy at All
Nick Bailey Jr. specifically made this costume so he could stand outside and scare children. Not that we’re judging, we’d probably do the same.
It’s a Reference, You Guys
Ben Worley is NOT “Random Serial Killer #44.” He’s from a video game. Points if you can tell us which one in the comments.
He’s in Literally Everything
Mark Foo may not have appeared on The Geekly Roundup in a while, but he will appear every time they want to make an X-men comic pop sales.
Taken by the Fae
Our technology writer, Lauren Harrington, has been compromised by glamour and magicks. She’s a human who’s been adopted by the Fae.
Although, we’re not gonna lie, this is also a great unintentional Kvothe cosplay.
Raven Knighte didn’t have a costume to share with us, but she really wanted us to post her daughter’s Ana from Frozen:
Pull The Lever!
And last, but we hope not least, here’s Mike Fatum and Mae Linh Fatum with their tribute to Disney’s funniest movie: