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HizkiailNovember 8, 2021

Suggestion 3: Scarlet Witch And/Or Vision

This is not only a great option but also the perfect thing to be if you want a couple’s costume. These two characters became extra successful in part due to the super-popular show Wanda Vision (as well as obviously being a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and would be the perfect costume for this Halloween. It may take a lot of makeup and outfit work to get the job done, but it’s well worth it.

Suggestion 3: Scarlet Witch And/Or Vision
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And if you haven’t watched Wanda Vision yet and you’re a big fan of Marvel, then you have to go see it. Then you’ll understand why it’s a good time to dress up as them.

Suggestion 4: Squid Game Grunts

This is a great option whether or not you’ve watched the show (which you most likely have) and it works especially well if you are a group of three as there are three tiers of grunt to choose from: There are the circles which are the lowest ranking guard, then there are the triangles at mid-tier duties, and then there are the squares who seem to manage them all.

Suggestion 4: Squid Game Grunts
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Alternatively, you can also dress up as the man in the cool mask who appears frequently, or you can dress up as the less popular VIPs that show up (though they’re gross, so unrecommended).

Suggestion 5: Literally Any Anime Character

Some of the most popular shows this year have come from overseas, specifically from Japan in the form of anime. The upcoming second half to one of the most popular animes of all time, “Attack on Titan” is due for release this January and we’re sure there will be tons of people going as their favorite character from that show. Others include “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations”, “Jujutsu Kaisen”, “My Hero Academia”, and much, much more.

Suggestion 5: Literally Any Anime Character
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You might even be so inclined as to go dressed up as Sora from “Kingdom Hearts”. Though this technically doesn’t count as anime, he was developed by Disney and the popular JRPG maker Square Enix 20 years ago this year and was recently announced as the final character for one of the most popular games out there “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate”.

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