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High-Quality Adult Costumes Currently Available At Spotlight

Spotlight provides an amazing collection of adult costumes for a variety of fancy dress occasions, this includes Halloween, birthdays, themed parties, and loads more. In our range, you can discover sexy costumes, superhero costumes, Disney costumes for adults, adult fairy costumes, princess costumes and a whole bunch more.

Still need some inspiration where adult costumes are concerned? Could use some ideas for your next fancy dress occasion? Be sure to read some of our suggestions below!

What Are Good Ideas For Adult Costumes?

Before you choose one of our adult costumes, it is a good idea to determine what kind of theme you prefer. Do you prefer to go as something silly like a dinosaur or a pink flamingo? Or do you prefer a more serious Game of Thrones character? To find the best ideas for an upcoming fancy dress event, simply choose something that defines you as a person, or defines one of your hobbies.

What To Wear To A Costume Party?

Unless it is a costume party with a very specific theme, you have a lot of freedom where costumes are concerned. Below are some of our favourite ideas for each adult.

Fancy dress costumes – When the theme is general fancy dress, you can choose almost anything. You could go as one of your favourite movie characters, but you could also go as a Roman, a firefighter, or another unique character.

Women’s costumes – There are some typical women’s costumes you can encounter when it comes to fancy dress, this includes a nurse’s costume, nun’s costume, French maid, and the cat woman bodysuit. Whenever in doubt, these are safe options to rely on.

Men’s costumes – Men typically choose heroic movie characters for themed parties, or something completely silly. You could go as Thor, or you could simply show up in a banana costume. It all depends on the mood you are in.

Where Can I Get A Superhero Costume?

Superhero costumes are widely available and very popular. Below are the two places where you are most likely to find them.

Costume shop – You can easily get your favourite superhero costume on Spotlight. We provide a large range of superhero costumes for affordable prices. By purchasing your superhero outfit, you can use it for various fancy dress occasions in the future.

Costume hire – If you do not want to purchase your costume, you can always look for superhero options at your local costume hire. Of course, there is one downside. If the costume gets unexpectedly damaged, you might have to pay a serious fine once you bring the costume back.

Where To Buy Halloween Costumes For Adults?

Spotlight also provides Halloween costumes for adults. Naturally, some Halloween costumes are more popular than others. Below, we have listed some of our top sellers, which can help to provide you with some inspiration.

Popular Halloween costumes – Our most popular options in the Halloween range include the flamingo costume, S. W.A.T. costume, banana costume, the flamingo inflatable, and the flapper costume. Of course, more costumes are ready to be discovered on our website.

How Much Is An Adult Costume?

The prices of adult costumes at Spotlight are quite affordable. You can easily sort your results by using the sort menu, which allows you to sort your costumes from lowest to highest price. However, if price is not that much of an issue, you can also sort results by popularity, this gives you an immediate overview of the most popular costumes in our catalogue.

Want some additional accessories to make your adult costume even better? Be sure to check out some of the additional items available at Spotlight today!

Kids Costumes & Superhero Costumes

Can I buy kids costumes at Spotlight?

You sure can. Children of all ages love to wear kid’s costumes and play make-belief. Kids are intrigued by fairytales and kids movies that feature their favourite character, so much so, they want to dress like them and pretend to be them. Kid’s costumes are popular for everyday play, special events and themed birthday parties. Let the little ones dress as a pirate, princess, doctor, fairy, super hero, genie or nurse and their imagination will run wild. At Spotlight, we have a big collection of kid’s costumes that will suit any kids’ party or play date.

What is a kid’s costume?

A kids costume is a form of dress that allows young children to imagine they are someone else for a day or period of time. Kid’s costumes encourage imagination and creativity by transporting kids’ minds to a make belief land or their favourite fairytale. Having several kids costumes in the toy box will persuade kids to discover new ways to connect, engage and play with siblings, friends, parents, care workers, babysitters and their inner self.

When do kids wear costumes?

Birthday parties are a popular time for kid’s costumes to be worn. Parents can set a theme for the party and ask guests to dress up as a character at the party. Popular kids party themes are: princes and princesses, comic book superheroes, fairies and wizards, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Alice in Wonderland and Star Wars. Halloween is another time when kid’s costumes are worn for trick-or-treating and parties. Halloween is traditionally a scary holiday and many kids like to wear costumes to spook. Think witches, warlocks, vampires, ghosts and goblins for October 31 each year. Some young children love to wear kid’s costumes for everyday clothing. Let them feed and nurture their imaginations this way, it can be a lot fun.

Why do kids like to dress-up in kids costumes?

Children are curious creatures who are constantly growing and learning. They have active imaginations and love wearing kids costumes as a way to pretend, play and create fun. Dressing up has long been a play tool used by adults to interact and connect with children. Early learning centres, schools and television program presenters often have a trunk full of adult and kids costumes for dress-up and make-belief play times. Spotlight has a grand selection of kid’s costumes that will inspire kids to play in a way that is creative, fun and educational.

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Can I purchase Costume Accessories from Spotlight?

Yes, you can. At Spotlight, we have just about everything that you could possibly need to create a one-of-a-kind outfit for your next fancy dress party or themed event. Anyone can turn into just about anything, and with our fabulous range of costume accessories, the only limit truly is your imagination. Whether you are looking for the perfect pom poms to relive your high school days, or a sword and shield for your knight of the realm get-up, then we are sure to have that all-important accessory that is critical for your look.

How do I buy costume accessories from Spotlight?

To purchase our fabulous selection of costumes from Spotlight, simply click on your desired item above and follow the instructions right through to check out. Alternatively, call into one of our nationwide stores, where one of our team of friendly assistants will be more than happy to help. To ensure the perfect fit, we recommend measuring your wearer prior to making your purchase. Check this in relation to the sizing guide by each product. If you do order the wrong size, we do accept returns and exchanges, and you will find all of the necessary information below.

What is included in this range?

This range features tons of different fancy dress costume accessories, with wings, jewellery and pom poms, temporary tattoos, weaponry and so much more. This range also includes a selection of facial hair, and whether you are hoping to go for the full-on wizard beard or a handlebar, and then we are certain that you will find the right tache or beard amongst this collection. Check out our funky glow range, ideal for heading out to a club night they are guaranteed to light up your look.

Heading to a masked ball? You will be able to masquerade with the best with one of our fabulous choices of bejewelled masks. In a huge selection of colours and designs, suitable for both men and women, you are guaranteed to find a mask that will impress in this range. Alternatively, shop our full selection of masks for gruesome offerings and super hero delights. There is also a huge range of hen’s party accessories, including lots of great ways to glam up your entire bridal party. Men, women and children will find the accessories that they need to create their dream fancy dress costume amongst this fabulous collection at Spotlight.

Do you have any tips for a quick and easy costume?

There are so many options available at Spotlight, and if you are looking for a quick and easy costume that will still look great, and then we have so many ideas! Pom poms, leg warmers and a t-shirt and skirt would make a quick and simple cheerleader outfit, pair with preppy spirit and full-on energy for maximum effect. Animals are simple with face paint markings, ears and a tail. This collection also features some of the best characters from all your favourite TV shows and films. Be the boy who lived with the Harry Potter Gryffindor Tie, Scarf, and Wand. Not forgetting round glasses and a lightning scar! A cape and mask is a quick superhero costume whereas, a tutu, wings and tiara will turn you into a fairy princess. With so many ideas online and lots of choices available across out fancy dress range, the only limit is your imagination!

Cosplay Spotlight: The Best of Catwoman Cosplay

Catwoman (Selina Kyle) is a fictional character who appears in DC Comics and typically is the love interest or antagonist of Batman. She is one of the Dark Knight’s most enduring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery. However, the character has also been depicted as an anti-heroine and became Batman’s best known love interest, with many stories depicting their complex love-hate relationship.

Catwoman is a Gotham City burglar who typically wears a tight, one-piece outfit and uses a bullwhip for a weapon. She was originally characterized as a supervillain and adversary of Batman, but she has been featured in a series since the 1990s which portrays her as an antiheroine, often doing the wrong things for the right reasons.

Her costume has become iconic and is a favorite among cosplayers all over the world.  Let’s take a look at the best of Catowman Cosplay.


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First Look at New Catwoman Costume for ‘The Batman’

The Catwoman costume for Matt Reeves’ The Batman has been revealed in a recent promo image.

After the release of The Suicide Squad, DC fans have been scrambling for news about other upcoming films. Next year will see the release of a few projects for DC, but the one coming out first will be The Batman. Matt Reeves’s turn at the helm is set to introduce some new elements to the Caped Crusader’s story. Most notably, the film is meant to be a look into the Bat’s first year as a crime fighter.

While we do know which actors are involved with the movie and a few other items, many details are being kept under wraps. We’ve gotten to see Robert Pattinson’s Bat Suit and have heard about the Riddler’s new mask. Catwoman’s new costume has only just been revealed, however.

The above image (or something similar) was recently released at CinemaCon 2021. The image shows Zoe Kravitz in her Catwoman costume. The mask is simple, definitely resembling a homemade attempt at a disguise. Seeing as the upcoming movie is meant to show the beginnings of Batman’s vigilante career, perhaps other characters will just be starting out as well.

Conventions often get sneak peeks at films, so it’s not surprising that this little tidbit was released. CinemaCon 2021 also got the first look at Andy Serkis’ Alfred, among other features of the film. DC FanDome has purportedly said that they will have a brand-new trailer debut during one of their panels.

Honestly, we’re only six months out from The Batman‘s release, so I’m pretty surprised we haven’t gotten more information about the upcoming flick. Understandably though, the filmmakers want things to be a surprise since this is the first installment starring Pat-Bat. Are you looking forward to the new Batman installment? Drop us a comment with your thoughts below.

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Villain Spotlight: Harley Quinn | Halloween Costume Ideas

We’re huge fans of superheroes at, but today it’s time to shine the spotlight on one of our favorite villains of all-time: Harley Quinn. She might be “just” The Joker’s bubbly, quirky, and literally insane sidekick in most media, but she’s one of the few sidekicks in comics that has a fandom large enough to put top-billing characters’ to shame. Also, she is technically sort of a superhero if you count the Suicide Squad, which is the best kind of superhero. Keep on reading to discover facts about Harley’s past and get some awesome Harley Quinn costume ideas while you’re at it.

Harley Quinn Character Bio

There’s no denying that Harley Quinn is a supervillain and female character of iconic status, but she is quite a bit younger than most of her partners in crime. The Joker and The Riddler, not surprisingly, have both been around since Batman got his start in Detective Comics the 1940s, as have The Penguin, Two-Face, and The Scarecrow.  Mr. Freeze, under his current moniker, and Harley’s frequent frenemy Poison Ivy debuted in the 1960s. Villains like Ra’s al Ghul, Killer Croc, Black Mask, and Deathstroke first appeared over the next two decades, and are arguably more towards the edge of the top tier of most recognizable DC rogues.

From Batman Adventures: Mad Love textless cover variant, art by Bruce Timm

Harley debuted in the Batman universe after all of those villains, in the September 1992 episode of Batman: The Animated Series titled, “Joker’s Favor. ” She was originally intended as a one-off sidekick to the Joker for that single episode, but fans fell in love immediately. She was given comic book appearances in The Batman Adventures beginning in 1993, and Harley’s backstory was officially introduced and expanded upon in the single-issue comic Mad Love in 1994. In the book, Harleen Quinzell is a doctor and psychiatric intern at Arkham Asylum, who volunteers to conduct an analysis of the then-incarcerated Joker. The two quickly fall in love and Harleen helps the Joker escape, becoming his criminal accomplice in the process. After seeing him beaten one too many times at the hands of Batman, Harleen is inspired to take on her alter ego of Harley Quinn permanently, jester costume and all. Poison Ivy is the one responsible for actually turning Harley into a bona fide supervillain, though. An injection from Ivy’s chemical arsenal bestows upon Harley the powers of superhuman strength and agility, and grants her immunity to most poisons and toxins as well. (If you’re going to be friends with Poison Ivy, that definitely seems like an important thing to have.)

Harley Quinn in Comics

From Batman: Harley Quinn textless cover variant, art by Alex Ross

The first “official” Harley Quinn comic, Batman: Harley Quinn #1, was released in 1999 and saw the character display a much more violent and sadistic demeanor than she had previously – the comic Harley Quinn relied much less on humor, slapstick, and “pranks gone wrong” than the animated Harley. Unlike the Joker though, Harley isn’t completely ruthless all the time. During part of one story arc in which Poison Ivy has Batman hopelessly trapped in a snare of vines, with the coup de grâce imminent, Harley persuades Ivy to spare his life.

Another standalone monthly comic series, Harley Quinn, was published from December 2000 to January 2004. The focus of these books is Harley’s solo supervillain career, in which she leaves Gotham City for Metropolis. After forming her own crime syndicate with Poison Ivy at her side, Harley also undergoes a tremendous amount of self-discovery (and character development) in this series, and eventually returns to Arkham Asylum of her own free will.

Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad

From Suicide Squad Vol 4 #5 Promo, art by Dan Panosian

The Suicide Squad, originally created in 1959 but rebooted into its current form in 1987, is a team of DC supervillains that have been captured by the government and work as special agents and operatives in order to reduce their prison sentences. (This also helps to canonically explain why so many high-profile villains are just out and about all the time.) Instead of a superhero team, it’s an anti-hero team. When the 1987 version of the team was re-launched as part of the New 52 continuity in 2011, which reimagined the entire DC, Harley Quinn was added to the Squad as one of its lead members, along with Deadshot. New Suicide Squad, the current comic series, continues to feature Harley and Deadshot prominently, and added Deathstroke, Black Manta, and Joker’s Daughter.

Recently, a Suicide Squad film adaptation was announced for 2016, as the planned third installment of DC Comics’ shared universe films, following 2013’s Man of Steel and 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Harley Quinn will be a member of the team, played by Margot Robbie. Other confirmed cast members include Will Smith as Deadshot and Jared Leto as The Joker. The villains Rick Flag, Captain Boomerang, Enchantress, Killer Croc, Slipknot, Katana, and El Diablo will appear as well.

Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham

Batman: Arkham is one of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed trilogies of superhero video games (and video games, period) ever made. Seriously, we wrote a whole blog post about it. Check out that link if you haven’t seen it yet.

With the fourth and final game, Arkham Knight, coming later in 2015 to tie up all the loose ends, Harley Quinn is seen as one of Batman’s primary adversaries. She’s been in the other three, too, even getting her own downloadable sidequest in Arkham City, but is poised to be more central to the main storyline than ever before in this installment. After all, Harley’s image is literally the very first shot of the “Gotham is Mine” trailer for Arkham Knight (above), so that has to mean something.

With our guide to Harley Quinn concluded, it’s time to show you how you can get her look. For those looking for a little nostalgia, there’s no other way to go then the classic red and black jumpsuit. This was Harley’s trademark look when she got her start in Batman: The Animated Series, and it’s the one that most people still associate most closely with her. Complete with jester hat (inflatable comedy mallet sold separately), it’s perfect for any Harley enthusiast.

For those interested in a sexier Harley Quinn costume look, the Harley Quinn Arkham video costumes are the way to go. We mentioned above that she’s a playable character for a certain downloadable side mission in Arkham City, and this Arkham City Harley Quinn costume perfectly replicates her appearance. Faux-leather pants, gloves and matching corseted top are all included, but adding a few accessories of your own, like some studded bracelets, belts, or high-heeled boots, is an easy way to add even more quality. Double pigtails and smudgy makeup are pretty easy to make up on the fly.

Harley’s look as seen in Arkham Knight can be yours as well. This Harley Quinn costume features a frilly mini-dress with matching knee socks and arm-warmers. Black tights, choker necklaces, and black boots are perfect accessories for this one.

Keep in mind that Harley Quinn and Joker make a great couples costume, too. Summer convention season and Halloween season alike are great times to bring it out. If you’re attending an event with a whole group of friends, then make it a group costumes affair. Joker, Bane, Deathstroke, Catwoman, Penguin, Scarecrow, and Two-Face complete your DC Rogues Gallery. Or, use Batman costumes to make it heroes vs. villains.

Harley Quinn Makeup Tutorial

Our friend Kristiana created this Harley Quinn makeup look with one of our costumes as inspiration. It’s a little more dark and twisted than Harley’s typical appearance – which is saying quite a lot, when you really think about it – and we think it’s absolutely awesome! Click here to visit her YouTube channel and take a look at more of her makeup and face paint work, or click play on the video below to see her step by step Harley Quinn tutorial.

Are you as much of a Harley Quinn fan as we are? If you liked this post and want to see more like it, then tell us which villains we should talk about next. Find us on Facebook and Twitter @BuyCostumes to tell us what you think, or check out our Pinterest boards for more costume ideas.

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Self-Published Spotlight: Ben Perkins’ HEAVY

Welcome to Self-Published Spotlight, a regular interview column where I will be highlighting self-published comics and the creators and small print publishers who make them.

When I started seeing Ben Perkins’ art on social media, I was floored. This guy can draw! So when Ben launched the Kickstarter campaign for his book, HEAVY, I was immediately on board. The book has reached its goal, and with the end of the campaign looming, the prospect of holding HEAVY in my hands has me stoked beyond belief. I reached out to Ben and he was gracious enough to take some time to chat about his art, process and of course HEAVY. Make sure to support and grab the book before the campaign ends!

Monkeys Fighting Robots: First off, thanks for taking the time to talk Ben, I know how busy you are with various projects!

Ben Perkins: Thanks for taking the time to speak with me. Very exciting times and I’m never too busy to talk about comics!!


MFR: I always start every Spotlight by asking about comic book origins. So what’s your comic book origin? When did you get the four-color bug?

BP: My comic book origins are murky. I know I loved cartoons from an early age and was really into the Batman ’66 show which would run on Nickelodeon in the afternoons and weekends, and I know comics swirled around somewhere, but it was really in fourth grade when my buddy Alan gave me a Flash book, I can’t remember the issue, but I do remember it ended with this huge villain, with a morning star beats the bloody paste out of the Crimson Speedster and the last panel had Flash with blood all over his face
in the foreground, like RIGHT THERE!!, with this behemoth of a man headed towards the city. I was riveted. After that it was finding them at the drug store and such. It wasn’t until I got in high school, I learned there was a comic shop in my small town and then I was nearly spending every day there. 


MFR: Do you have a comics Mount Rushmore? Who are your biggest influences?

BP: Mt. Rushmore of comics, huh? I can never remember how many white dudes are carved upon that stolen rock. Four? Five? Regardless, I think mine would be Miller, Eisner, Mignola, Smith, and Klaus. (I know there are four, I just cheated.)


MFR: What’s your favorite thing about creating comics? Or favorite thing about comics in general?

BP: My favorite thing about making comics is the puzzle making. For me, it’s the layout. I love laying out a book, and when I learned that a good trick is to lay out the entire book at once, it unlocked so many things for me, in terms of pacing, viewing angles, etc. I like the fact that, if I can use filmmaking as an analogy, you get to be everyone. The director, the costume designer, the special effects house, the
editor, the choreographer, make-up artist, lighting, set designer, etc. It’s daunting when you really think about tearing down all those decisions into a whole department of people, you understand just how much thinking goes into cartooning. For me, at least.


MFR: Alright so let’s get into HEAVY. Can you give us an elevator pitch? What’s the history behind the story and idea? Is it something you had been cooking for a while?

BP: The pitch for HEAVY is very simple: In a ruined world, Heavy must navigate the wastelands to restore balance to a world he has inadvertently destroyed. The history behind the character is long. Very long. I’ve been developing this story for fifteen to
twenty years. Honestly, I’ve lost count. It started as a joke between me and some roommates I was living with when I was in my early twenties and had just moved to Portland. Years later we would reunite and reminisce and he mentioned this “heavy horse” threat we used to use and it just sparked my imagination and I saw this horse-headed badass coming out of the shadows. Really powerful. It didn’t start how it ended up. It started as a joke. A farmhouse horse who took mushrooms all the time. It was limited. So I just kept rotating worlds around Heavy that I thought would work. None really did until I
realized I could use the horse motif easier if I made the story a western. That’s when the ideas I’d been cultivating really took off.


MFR: This is also your first Kickstarter project. What made you take the leap and what was the process like?

BP: Kickstarter wasn’t an easy decision for me. Primarily because of how I was aware that not all of them did well, and the people I saw running the successful ones seem a heck of a lot smarter than me. I was at the time in a fortunate position of having a small publishing company license the pages for their app as I was creating the pages for the first issue, effectively paying me to work on the book. It was a real dream come true and a real nice bump in finances, but they had to close because the publisher felt the app wouldn’t be viable for what they were spending. Fortunately, I had the first issue all done. So I decided it was time to maybe crowdfund and see if I should make more of this book.


MFR: Kickstarter has become one of the best ways to publish comics. Why do you think the method has taken off so much?

BP: Kickstarter has taken off for most because you can control every aspect. This is my first one, so I have no real experience to speak of, but I took about three weeks to read, and speak to other folks who have run a campaign so I could understand the pitfalls and responsibilities. I wanted to understand the amount of work it would be, and I’m glad I did. I still have the other side, with the fulfillment section, that will be when the real work comes in, but I’m prepared and excited.


MFR: Do you think you will use Kickstarter again on a future project?

BP: I will definitely use Kickstarter in the future and be able to really take advantage and try something new. I don’t know what that would be, yet, hopefully, more Heavy, but I have other ideas that are coming into fruition and other gimmicks I want to try out that I think people will really enjoy.


MFR: Your art is fantastic. There is a lot of weight and texture to it. How do you create the images? Like what tools do you use? More specifically, what is your creative process like?

BP: Thanks for the compliments about the art. I appreciate that. I just use regular pencils. I have some Japanese brush pens I like and I love my Gpen, but I’ve been using digital a bit more, obviously for coloring, but I’ve found some brushes that simulate what I need to do. I can never give up the analog though, so most of the Heavy pages are traditional pen and paper.


MFR: Did you approach HEAVY differently than past projects?

BP: Yeah, with HEAVY, it was this thing where I had this character that I didn’t know what to do with. It started as a Miller/Sin City kind of homage/spoof, and I didn’t really like that, because I couldn’t write detective fiction at the time, and so the world around him and his role in it kept getting redefined. A boxer, a mental patient, a cab driver, all these things and different worlds and tones for each. It was getting overwhelming. So I hit on the idea of trying to do every version. Then when I made Heavy immortal, that was the key. From there everything seemed to fit. It was a trope, in a way, but it was a way to give his moods context by time period. It was a weird notion I clung to. Then just figuring out what that world would be like with him running around on this planet. And what would happen if his meddling may have accidentally destroyed Earth? What would happen then? How do you fix that? How do you take responsibility for that? That’s the story I found.


MFR: Are there any other projects you want to mention or talk about? 

BP: I’m doing a number of fan projects. Both Batman fan comic projects, 1963 Annual and  Darker Image. I have a secret anthology I’m a part of that I’m excited about. I’m in the new WEAPON ECHH, which I’m super happy with. What else? Oh! I have an original graphic novel dropping on Friday so I’m excited to share that at that time. I’m working with Eli and Cosmic Lion for a really cool gimmick I think I’ll keep to myself right now, but I can almost promise you’ve never seen a comic like it. That I’m really excited for!


MFR: Can we expect more HEAVY stories in the future?

BP: With HEAVY, I don’t know what to do with him now. I have the first half of the next issue done but I’m at a stage with it right now that I’m thinking of restructuring. Initially, it was very overblown. It took me about a month to figure out how to make it twelve issues. I really like the idea of that, but as a Kickstarter, I’m not sure I can ask people to hold out and keep coming back, and I don’t know how long twelve issues at average 40 pages a piece it’ll take me. I’m debating seeing how much fat I can trim off and still be able to tell the story and see if I can shrink it to half the size and make it a one-and-done type
of adventure. Jim Rugg’s AFRODISIAC kind of inspired me on how to handle a character in multiple ways. I don’t think I can use that exact model, but that off-balance nature of the narrative he was pulling off, while at the same time keeping everything in this understandable continuity, is something I took away from that project. Plus it looks really pretty.


MFR: Where and how can readers get your work and output?

BP: Right now, my Kickstarter is where you can sign up for the first issue of Heavy. You should be able to search that and it’ll pop right up. I have a book I did with a very good friend of mine over at which is Galaxy Gator. I think there are five or six issues. There’s a trade. It’s actually pretty beautiful and a great all-ages book. Very proud to be a part of that one. Otherwise, I’m plugging things on Facebook, I’m @brattyben on Instagram and if you’re a dinosaur like me, DeviantArt as well.


MFR: Any final thoughts or comments you wanna share with us?

BP: Anyone out there that wants to make a comic, just do it. Keep on keeping on!

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Luke tried to calm his furious heartbeat and blood boiling with anger before asking the guy:

– Are you okay?

The guy slowly raised his head. feet and trembled. Water dripped from his jeans to the floor, but he was silent. At the other end of the corridor, their mouths open, the police stood, not daring to approach.

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The boy was still silent, but his eyes widened and became large as saucers when he understood the question.Luke nodded to him and turned to the cops at the other end of the corridor:

– Bring him a blanket. He’s soaked all over.

They blinked and the red-faced cop turned pale as death. Then he ran away. Luke waited for him to return with a blanket. Until the blanket is on the guy’s shoulders.

Luke stared at the cop’s badge — his name and number — and moved on. When they finally disappeared from sight, Luke immediately called one of the best lawyers in town, a longtime acquaintance with whom they went to prep school.[6] Without further ado, she promised to come to the station in twenty minutes.

Luke was still trying to get rid of the sediment after this meeting and calm down when he asked Gordon:

– Why can’t the searchlight be used?

– Because he is not there.

Luke blinked, though Gordon couldn’t see it.

– Explain.

Gordon scanned Luke with a piercing gaze.

He spent enough time in front of the damn mirror to know for sure what impression his costume made: more of a robot than a human.Especially with the lenses glowing to match the silhouette of the bat on his chest. Not a trace of the man under the suit – as he wanted. It is impossible to guess who he is, whom he loves … And for the enemies, he wanted to achieve the same effect as in “Jaws”. It is much more terrible not to know what is hidden in the depths. Imagine the worst.

Gordon put a metal tray on the table. A ball was rolling in it – a bullet.

– Someone shot him tonight.

Luke walked over to a shabby table heaped with papers and took the bullet with two fingers.

– And where did they want me not to interfere?

Gordon pressed his lips together.

– We are not sure that the crimes are related. But tonight there was a theft at the Museum of Antiquities. Someone has stolen an ancient Egyptian cat figure, which is estimated at one million three hundred thousand dollars. We arrived at the site five minutes after the alarm went off. And they found nothing. Then they decided to light the searchlight, and then … Just out of nowhere – two shots. Sniper handwriting: one bullet to the spotlight, the other to the power supply.

Luke brought the camera up to the lamp on Gordon’s desk:

– I bet that today’s theft is someone who stole half a million worth of jewelry from a jewelry store last week. And then a ten-carat diamond from the Gotham Museum.

He twisted the bullet with his fingers.

– But the alarm did not work in the museum and shop.

Gordon took off his glasses and rubbed them with a tie that had slipped to one side.

– So what?

Luke opened a small pocket flap on the left sleeve of the suit, which hid the control panel.He pressed several buttons for commands, and the lenses on his helmet moved forward, enlarging the bullet and reading deflection parameters from it.

“And,” he continued, “the alarm went off today. And they left us a business card. He lifted the bullet with two fingers. – Homemade. No identification marks. Clean. He released the bullet and it fell into the tray with a slight clink. “She was fired with much more sophisticated weapons than our suspects usually use.

Gordon put his glasses back on.

– She does not fit weapons from the arsenal of large gangs. Harlequin is well versed in ballistics and knows how to aim like a sniper, but she does not have access to weapons of this level.

Luke nodded, and Gordon began to think further aloud:

– Poison Ivy does not use classic weapons, and nothing has been heard from the Riddler for several months. He scratched the back of his head. – Do you think someone else has come to the city?

Luke nodded in the direction of the windows of the empty lot, over which the rain was pouring desperately.Yes, he thought so.

– The one who steals jewelry and works of art. The first two thefts were committed in broad daylight. You would think that today’s robbery …

He took the bullet again and weighed it in the palm of his hand.

– It hints that we are not keeping up with them, and therefore they started a giveaway game with us, – finished Gordon for him.

Gordon fell silent. Luke chuckled.

– Yes …

This is all, of course, curious. He saw the crime scene transcripts.Nobody was hurt, just obscenely expensive things were stolen. And if they also shot the Bat-Signal, then it is safe to say which sleeping dog they are teasing.

Or sleeping nocturnal mice.

– Will I keep it for myself?

Luke raised the bullet. Gordon adjusted his glasses.

– Of course. Our experts have already seen it. Take it.

Gordon pointed to the door with his chin, silently making it clear that it was time for his visitor. The order made Luke bristle, but he coped with the anger.

“Besides,” Gordon added, running his hand through his gray-brown hair, “I don’t think they are getting attention from the GDGP.

Exactly. This thought penetrated into the dusty, long-dormant corners of consciousness. Overseas he was an expert in ballistics, and this bullet, this new thief …

Come on, find me , – as if a bullet spoke to him.

And maybe he was somehow affected by the lightning flashes or the heat at the end of August, but Luke was inclined to accept the silent offer.

* * *

Selina leaned against the carved oak door and watched the antiquities dealer write another column of numbers into his notebook.

He had been examining the Bastet statue for twenty minutes, the golden lamps in his luxurious study were dimly shining, and only the viewing lamp above the statue was burning brightly. All this time she stood leaning against the door. From head to toe in black, the face is hidden by the Mask of death and the deep hood of the sweatshirt.

“Effective,” said the reseller as he passed her through the black door.She did not answer, hoping that the silence and the whip hanging on her side would explain for her what he should be afraid of. Despite the fact that the black market was full of antique dealers, it was easy to find a reseller. Of course, the statue stolen from the Museum of Antiquities is a special case, but Selina investigated this matter. And I knew that this person would surely find a way to make the statue disappear, and instead of it, money would appear.

Finally he put down the magnifying glass, took off his latex gloves and ran his hand over his bald, pale head.

– Well, it’s definitely genuine.

Selina waited with her arms crossed over her chest.

His dark beady eyes narrowed.

– You understand how hard it will be to cover your tracks if I start selling it? This level of caution comes at a cost.

– Name the price.

The helmet distorted her voice, but she still tried to speak low and hoarse.

The theater was adored by her sister, but over the past two years Selina has acquired her own techniques. The reseller examined the statue, then her.

– Nine hundred thousand.

– It costs much more.

– I explained: caution is expensive. It is necessary to forge the documents on the property, secretly transport it to the buyer … All together is not cheap.

Selina did not raise an eyebrow.

– I’ll take one million two hundred for it.

The dealer sat up straight in a green leather chair.

– You will charge nine hundred thousand for it, because it will be extremely difficult for you to find another dealer who dares even just touch a stolen thing of this kind.Especially stolen so publicly.

He glanced at her again, as if assessing whether she herself stole it or not.

She did not betray herself in any way. She only spread her legs a little wider on the blue Aubusson carpet and gracefully parried:

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How to have a cosplay party in a loft

How is cosplay different from a regular theme party? Costumes, of course.Here they are greeted and escorted by clothes. We will tell you what cosplay is and how to have a cosplay party in a loft.

Oleg Vorobiev

founder Reveltime

Who to cosplay

This is your own business. The most popular to follow are anime characters, American comics “Marvel”, heroes from Alice in Wonderland and Harry Potter.Adults love to cosplay The Simpsons. But the fantasy is limitless here. You can choose any movie, book, computer game, music artist, characters from advertisements, some people manage to reproduce even inanimate objects, such as a McDonald’s hamburger. The main thing is that the character more or less corresponds to the cosplayer in height and build, otherwise the image may look simply ridiculous.

The term “cosplay” is literally translated as “costume play”. the movement originated in America, but gained insane popularity in Japan.Perhaps that is why so many cosplays are based on anime, Japanese comics and cartoons. The main idea of ​​cosplay is to accurately copy the costumes and images of any characters.

Where to get suits

In a cosplayer, everything should be beautiful and authentic – make-up, hairstyle, accessories and, of course, clothes. Professional cosplayers spend a lot of time making costumes and selecting parts. Many people make their own costumes, sitting at a sewing machine at night.Others order ammunition from tailors or specialized online cosplay stores, of which there are a lot, especially in China, Japan and America. You and your guests can choose either of these two paths. Or go third – just rent a suit.

How to throw a party

In order to organize a cosplay party, you need to be sure that your friends will fully support such an idea and will be ready to make an effort to get a costume.You need to notify potential guests in advance, preferably a couple of months in advance, so that they can find a suitable outfit for themselves. If you want to limit the subject matter, choose a sufficiently well-known plot and characters so that the search for a costume does not turn into an incomprehensible quest. Or suggest a free theme.

Sometimes, if a theme is set, the cosplay participants “divide” the characters among themselves in advance. You can do the same, and then you will not have two “Jack-Sparrows” or “Catwoman” at the party.Although, for an amateur party, and especially for a nursery (where all girls want to be princesses), the separation of roles is not so important.

Before throwing a costume party, visit several cosplay sites for inspiration, and some of the costume parts can also be bought from hand.

How to choose a room

Pay attention to lighting and background, as photography and video are an important part of a cosplay party. For the same reason, it is worth contacting a professional photographer.It’s good if there is a projector in the space, then it will be possible to compare real images with their cosplay options.

How to decorate a room

Unlike a themed party at a costume party, the entourage and the menu are not so important. This makes the party host’s task much easier. Having spent time and effort in advance on gathering and instructing guests and preparing a costume, at the party itself you can relax, everyone will have something to do. However, if you really want to bring something to the interior, prepare a backdrop for the stage or a press wall in the style of your cosplay.

What to do at the party

Show costumes to each other, of course! Look at the details, admire the images. And shoot. There are separate directions: photo and video cosplay. Therefore, you should definitely take a lot of cool photos or even act out scenes from a movie or book that you cosplay and film. It will also be interesting to arrange a fashion show or a costume competition with a detailed story about them.

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Floodlight ART External LED Lamp 10W 6500K

Product information

Product properties

General characteristics

type of product Floodlights
Brand name ART
Mounting type Standing
Body material Aluminum
Surface material Glass


Maximum power 10 watts

220 V
Light flow

700 lm
Maximum light bulb power 10 watts
Bulb type LED
Bulb (s) included Yes
Colour temperature

6500 ° C
Light scattering angle

120 hail

Dimensions, weight and color

Width 30 mm
Length 130 mm
Height 130 mm
Body color Black

Protection and regulation

Protection degree (IP)

Regulation Rotating distribution


With light sensor No
With motion sensor No
Additional Information Low heat radiation
Guarantee 24 month

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