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There is something special about the best Halloween costumes of 2016.  Sure, every year has its own special place in the costume industry—new movies, TV shows, controversies and pop culture trends.  But 2016 is not your average year; it is going to be jam-packed with iconic character costumes and unique themes that will be trending well into future seasons.  Halloween 2016 will be a milestone year for costumes. We put this guide together to inform you—in an organized manner—of the best Halloween costumes that are in store for 2016.

In addition to the costumes from the programs listed below, other favorites that make for great dress-up opportunities include the X-Files, Vampire Diaries and Two Broke Girls.  Also, comic book-based television shows (aside from The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl) are popular enough to attract the attention of cosplayers and serious Halloween costumers.  Some of the most popular character costumes will come from Legends of Tomorrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, and Daredevil

  • Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
  • Deadpool costumes
  • Dory costumes
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens costumes
  • Suicide Squad costumes
  • Suicide Squad costumes
  • Katana costumes.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
  • X-Men: Apocalypse costumes.
  • X-Men: Apocalypse costumes.
  • Doc McStuffins costumes
  • Elena of Avalor costumes
  • Elena of Avalor costumes
  • The Power Rangers costumes
  • Teletubbies costumes
  • Day of the Dead costumes
  • Evil Clowns costumes
  • Ghouls and Ghosts costumes
  • Monsters and Goblins costumes
  • Reapers and Devils costumes
  • Vampires costumes
  • Witches costumes
  • Zombies costumes
  • Foods costumes
  • Indians costumes
  • Novelty and Funny costumes
  • Pirates costumes
  • Western & Cowboy costumes

Watch Out for Trick-or-Treaters!

When you’re on the road, cars and animals won’t be the only thing you need to avoid. Expect dozens of monsters and zombies as well, as trick-or-treaters go door-to-door and block-to-block, looking for candy.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is one of the deadliest nights of the year for pedestrians, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates children are four times more likely to be struck by a motor vehicle on October 31 than any other day of the year. Please drive carefully!

Excited trick-or-treaters often forget about safety, so motorists and parents must be even more alert than normal, Parents also need to ensure their young ones are attired in highly visible costumes, so they are easily seen at night or carry flashlights.

Drivers

  • Remember trick-or-treating starts early. Watch for little trick-or-treaters who are out before dark.
  • Drive slowly through neighborhoods with on-street parking. Kids are likely to jump out from behind cars in dark costumes.
  • Police will be out in full force on Halloween night to protect families and watch for distracted drivers.

Don’t wear a costume mask while driving on Halloween. We once again urge drivers and trick or treaters to be careful!, carry a flashlight, and have a phone or guardian with you in case an emergency should arise.

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