The female counterpart to Mad Max, and arguably the tougher of the two, Furiosa would leave all those simpering nurses and kitties at the Halloween party as nothing more than a red stain on some shag carpeting. Don't forget the cool, mechanical left arm.
This is a classic Halloween getup, empowering women since the '40s. But now that the gorgeous Gal Gadot is taking the character to the big screen for the first time in this winter's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the costume will be a more timely choice than ever.
Beat the rush! Be this generation's Darth Vader before it's even cool! And don't forget the lightsaber with crossguard, which will definitely protect your hand from harm and not burn it into a waxy stump.
Now this requires some major makeup skill, but to be the only Avenger aside from Thor worthy to wield Mjolnir is worth the work. And don't let anyone tell you that you look like a mutant Blue Man Group reject. Even if it's true.
If you've always wanted to dress as an egomaniacal, racist, billionaire presidential candidate with hair that looks like a vertical comb-over made of chicken feathers, now's your chance! May God have mercy on your soul.
If you're a gamer, this is the costume for you, as Geralt is both badass-looking, and the star of one of the most popular games of the time, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Just be prepared for no one other than your fellow geeks to know who you are, and to most likely go home alone at the end of the evening.
This one's going to be HUGE next year, after the new Suicide Squad movie comes out. Be ahead of the curve and do it this year. Then scoff at anyone who asks if you're a punk rock zombie Heath Ledger, and tell them to get with the times.
Just like the new Joker, his psychotic counterpart, Harley Quinn, is going to dominate Halloween next year after Suicide Squad hits. Be fashion-forward, ladies! Dress like a deranged clown/stripper/softball player THIS year!