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Batman: Li’l Gotham #1

“There’s no telling who’s real and who’s not. For all I know, most of these costumed Jokers are the real deal.”

So. For people who might not have been around during this whole debacle, this may be one of the most controversial DC comic pages of all time. 

Why is it controversial? How can a page full of cameos be controversial? Doesn’t DC love doing this stuff?

Well, my dear readers, this was at a time where Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown were quoted as being “toxic” to DC Editors because their large fan bases were vocally protesting their treatment (or lack thereof) in the then-current administration. And Li’l Gotham – on a page which manages to have multiple Batfamily references from the Ventriloquist to Red Hood and outside-continuity references like Artemis of Young Justice and Jay Garrick the Pre-Crisis Flash – DARED to have Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown cameo in a little off center of the splashpage behind Donner movies Lex Luthor and classic Darkseid. 

In the original version, the Steph cosplayer had blonde hair, making her unique Batgirl costume homage all the more obvious, whereas Cass is dressed in an unofficial outfit that her fans would recognize as a style and colors she wears in Nguyen’s unofficial art for her. 

This caused such an uproar with the angry editors at DC that they demanded that they change the hair of the Steph cameo so that it would be less of a cameo. 

I’m not kidding. 

If you poke around a bit you can find lots of editorials and posts chronicling the bizarreness that is the treatment of Cass and Steph between 2011 and 2014, but for Steph there’s a silver lining so far as Li’l Gotham’s concerned – by the last issue, she got a full-on cameo and mention, whereas Cass got one background cameo in another issue with Steph but did not get a mention in the Batfamily history spiel that was given in the last issue that included Steph. 

I will leave that rant for another time. 

Hey guys! I’m a film industry trained seamstress with over 11 years of costuming experience and multiple master level best in show awards from cosplay competitions across the country. 

I’m opening up commissions for the spring and summer because I find myself with a little extra time on my hands and I’d love to work on projects for other people!

I’m opening THREE slots for now – one for this spring and two for this summer. They are first come first served and I will not be opening more until I have completed everything in my queue.

If you are interested: email me at commandercaitcosplay@gmail.com with the following: the character and series name, at least one reference photo (the more the better), and the date you need the costume by. Please read the info below the cut before emailing me!

Even if you’re not looking to commission anything right now, if you wouldn’t mind helping me spread this around, I would be sincerely grateful!

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'Aquaman' Finds Its Black Manta Villain With 'Get Down' Actor (Exclusive)

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who starred in Netflix’s Baz Luhrmann show The Get Down, is in early talks to put on his wetsuit for Warner Bros. Aquaman movie.

The actor has nabbed the part of Black Manta, one of the DC Comics villains. Director James Wan and the studio have been meeting with numerous actors for the part for the past two weeks, settling on Abdul-Mateen over the weekend. The official offer went out yesterday and the parties are now in talks.

If a deal makes, Abdul-Mateen will suit up as Manta, who first appeared in a DC comic in 1967 and stood out due to his unique battle-costume, trident, and deadly schemes.


Kuroo Tetsurou and Kozume Kenma in my HQ Traveler AU, continuing this series of drawing after the Matsuhana one.

Kuroo is a guardian who protect Kenma from they was a child. got accompanied by his two loyal friends, Kala a female leopard on his left ad Rajha a male leopard on his right side.

Kenma is a shaman with Lev and Yaku for his spirit guardians.

more details soon. for now I just really like to design all the unique costumes for my lovely characters in Haikyuu! hopefully I can draw all the characters with my design :>

Houses as Halloween Things
  • HUFFLEPUFF- Baking Halloween goods for your parties such as spider cupcakes and ghost cookies with friends
  • RAVENCLAW- Carving intricate designs into pumpkins, making them either extremely scary and absolutely beautiful
  • SLYTHERIN- Coming up with the most unique and amazing Halloween costume. Spending hours working on and just admiring the finishing project.
  • GRYFFINDOR- Trying to be brave by having a huge horror movie marathon with a group of friends in the dark, proving you aren't scared

Aaaahhh~ my jaw cramps from laughing too much by watching this LMAO

In the first place, Where on earth do the VS Arashi’s costume stylists find those “unique” costumes???!!! LOOOL

Prom is Better With Three

Dedicated to the amazing @franuary who is always there to fangirl over all things TRC and who helped come up with prom ideas! 

[For the sake of this story, please imagine that there was an extra week between the toga party and the rest of the events in The Raven King. FYI this post is about 4200 words and is fluff to the max.]

It was spring. The woods and fields were waking up, trees were budding, flowers were blooming, and the prom committee at Mountain View was in high gear preparing for this year’s extravaganza. Blue had been ignoring the ticket table that was set up in the cafeteria, the glittery posters that covered the walls and doors, the high-pitched gossip of who had asked who and who had been rejected. Prom had never been on her radar and with all her raven boy drama she simply did not have the patience or energy for it. In less than a month Gansey would be dead. Blue hardened her heart against the thought.

Blue had been studiously ignoring the rest of her classmates on that fateful day when both Henry and Gansey had deigned to call on her at school, but there was no ignoring the scandal that she encountered when she returned to school the next day. She was accosted by demands and insinuations: who were those boys? was she sleeping with both of him? It was embarrassing and awful and Blue was reminded yet again of why she had chosen her Raven Boys over her classmates.

What Blue did not expect was Gansey and Henry coming to see her at Nino’s during her shift that evening. She was feeling worn around the edges, still smarting from some of the particularly harsh things that had been said about her. At first she thought that Gansey and Henry had been able to sense her distress and had come to apologize for upsetting her social status quo. But no. They had come to ask her to prom.

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Animated Life Lesson #3: Friendship

Friendship (noun): harmony, accord, understanding, rapport

Originally posted by nickelodeon

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir is fairly new to television, but it’s already made a big splash.  The story, set in the grand city of Paris, follows Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Adrien Agreste, two teenagers who have the ability to transform into the titular Ladybug and Chat Noir to defeat baddies sent after them by the supervillain Hawkmoth. It may seem like your standard Saturday morning cartoon plot, but it manages to be so much more.  The villains are fun and interesting, with unique abilities and costumes, the fight scenes are creative and visually appealing, and there’s actually a love square between the two leads.  

Yes, this show has upgraded on the dreaded love triangle to a love square, but it actually only contains two people, Marinette and Adrien; the other two ‘people’ are actually their superhero alter-egos, and the resulting relationship drama is less dramatic than it is hopeful and a bit sad.  The two really like each other, yet they don’t know it, thanks to typical teenage embarrassment and the age-old rule that secret identities have to be kept secret.  

Romantic subplots aside, Miraculous has plenty of other great things to offer. There’s a diverse cast of characters, the animation is well done, and the use of actual locations in and around Paris makes the show seem more realistic.  The premise of the akumas and their ability to give powers to people suffering hardship or dealing with conflict is different than the usual powers granted by a chemical spill or other scientific experiment gone wrong.  The resulting villains are therefore just everyday Parisian citizens, and none of them are inherently evil, so their vilification at the hands of Hawkmoth elicits some sympathy.  

The audience is often reminded of this point in the way that Ladybug and Chat Noir interact with the villain of the week; they know the villain is someone who has been taken advantage of, and while they resort to physical interaction if necessary, the pair prefer to distract the villain and take whatever object is holding his or her akuma, thus freeing them from Hawkmoth’s thrall without having to hurt a sort-of innocent victim.

It’s a different take on taking down a villain, even in the world of cartoons.  But for Ladybug and Chat Noir, the villains are often their friends and classmates, and even though our heroes could easily take them down with a straightforward assault, they value their friends and their relationships with them too much to hurt them unnecessarily.  And the pair are clever enough to save the day without resorting to violence, so they don’t have to worry about their friends getting hurt.

Friendship in general is an important aspect of this show, both because, as I said, many of Marinette and Adrien’s friends are akumatized, meaning the two have to stop their friends from destroying Paris, and because their friendship is integral to their ability to work together

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Costume Contest & Trick-or-Treat Winners
  • Romano: huh? Why is our group costume 'unique'?
  • Netherlands: Ophelia does not carry a sub-machine gun, and Juliet looks like she could beat up both houses just to marry Romeo.
  • Liechtenstein: yay, we won something~~
  • Austria: never again will I go to America during Fall shirtless...
  • Iceland: I can't believe we dressed up as the Teletubies... and I was the sun-baby... *cries*
  • Denmark: oh-ohh~
  • Norway: Den if you made an actual 'oh-ohh' I will stab you win my antenna.
  • France: honhonhon- *gets thrown into oblivion by England*
  • England: I-It doesn't mean that this makes up for France being a fucking dickhead, or anything...
The Wire: Omar Little [INFP]

Submitted by Hodor

Introverted Feeling: “A man’s got to have a code” is the quote most associated with Omar, and for good reason. He has a strong Fi sense of right and wrong. He has no problem hurting or killing drug dealers but refuses to hurt people who aren’t “in the game” and becomes hurt and offended when he accused of killing a regular citizen. He’s very comfortable with himself- his sexuality, his profession, and his place in the world. Omar regularly abandons logical pursuits to go on personal crusades, especially after someone he cares for is killed. He becomes fixated on destroying first the Barksdales and then Marlo after they wrong him, ignoring other, easier targets. Omar is ruled by his emotions but they are deep and personal and he rarely shares them with anyone.

Extraverted Intuition: Omar is a creative thinker, regularly speaks in terms of abstract concepts, and easily makes intuitive connections. He frequently speaks in metaphors (such as “How can you expect to run with the wolves if you spend all day sparring with the puppies” and most famously “You come at the king, you best not miss”) and when testifying in court against Bird he quickly and astutely makes the intuitive connection between himself and the defense lawyer (“I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It’s all in the game though right?”). His heist plans are creative and unique, usually involving costumes and disguises, and he rarely uses the same plan twice. Omar easily embraces new ideas and possibilities, as when he steals Prop Joe’s main shipment and then sells it back to him at a mark-up price. As a child Omar used to read and enjoy books about Greek myths, implying he had a more active imagination and interest in the broader intellectual world than most of his peers.

Introverted Sensing: While Omar lives by his own rules and refuses to play anyone’s game but his own he does have definite respect for his past and certain traditions, like the Sunday Truce. He still takes his grandmother to church every Sunday and he tends to only really trust people with whom he has had a long-term friendship with, like Blind Butchie. He whistles the same tune (“Farmer in the Dell’) every time he shows up to rob somebody or even when he is walking down the street. He shows strong, sentimental attachments to things like his shotgun and trenchcoat, and he enjoys reminiscing with Bunk about their shared pasts in high school. On two separate occasions Omar leaves Baltimore but both times he ultimately comes back, in large part because he doesn’t want to stray too far from his familiar environment. Omar is also very comfortable sitting back, waiting, watching, and observing before leaping into action. He holds a mean grudge, and nurses resentments for a long time. 

Extraverted Thinking: Omar is comfortable leading his small crew, and giving clear, objective orders. He likes his heists planned out, and he tends to diagram his plans in the sand and meticulously organize every aspect before he attacks. When he is upset he becomes harsh and biting to the people around him and will start planning how to address his pain. In general, Omar is a smart guy and good, logical thinker but it is always in subordination to his personal mission, whatever that may be. 

Note: Omar is tough to type, mostly because he breaks so many INFP stereotypes. After all, how many INFPs run around shooting people with shotguns? The Fi dominance is obvious but on the surface is comfort with his environment and general singlemindedness in attacking drug dealers looks like ISFP Se-Ni. However, the evidence points much more towards Ne-Si, with Omar’s uniqueness being attributed to his unique environment. He has too much of an attention to the past, and his mission and priorities shift too often for him to be an ISFP. His singlemindedness comes from strong Fi values and a well-developed Te at getting shit done, not from Ni, and his physical prowess is learned from Si, not natural like Se. Plus, as one of the Wire’s more broadly philisophical characters, it is hard to ignore the Ne. 

Signs At Halloween

Aries - Posing for all the photos

Taurus - Watching horror films and eating all the treats

Gemini - Wearing a costume that everyone will talk about

Cancer - Cooking up someone evil for the occasion

Leo - In a costume that makes you look hot!

Virgo - In costume that shows your great personality

Libra - In the middle of the dance floor 

Scorpio - Not scared at Halloween at all

Sagittarius - Making Halloween jokes 

Capricorn - Putting 100% of effort into a costume

Aquarius - Wearing an inventive and unique costume that you made

Pisces - Wearing an adorable costume

20 ways to critique a Shakespeare performance:

1. Bring a notebook!

2. Get a cast list (either from the programme - most productions offer a free looseleaf version too - or from t’internet afterwards)

3. Note the date, length of performance and where the interval falls

4. Is the text abridged? Altered? Re-ordered? Why do you think this is?

5. Note the stage layout and design - is anything happening on stage before the play commences? Where is your eye drawn? Are there any significant elements that allude to a theme?

6. Does the staging ‘intrude’ upon or include the audience? How and why?

7. Does the set change at all? If so, how and why?

8. What sound design is employed? Is there music? Is it live? Don’t forget about periods of silence. What atmosphere does the sound design create?

9. What does the lighting design add to the performance? Does it work in conjunction with sound/music/action? How does it affect the atmosphere?

10. What about costume design? Did the performance use traditional costumes or modern dress or something unique? How did the costumes affect the actors’ movements and performance? Did they change? What did they add to the general tone and themes of the production?

11. Were there any additional special effects? How were these used to enhance a scene?

12. Describe the use of space / blocking / movement of the performance. Do you think the space was used well / predictably / creatively? How and why?

13.Describe the pace of the production - did it vary? What affected the pace? Were there certain characters whose scenes were faster or slower? Did the length of the performance run to time?

14. Which moments or scenes were most memorable or striking? Did any aspects make you uncomfortable / excited / scared / laugh? How and why?

15. Which moments did the audience react most noticeably to? Did the reaction ever surprise you? (Eg: ‘inappropriate’ laughter, shock, disgust.)

16. How did the director interpret the play? Was it what you expected? How well did their interpretation convey the sense of the play? Were there any aspects that worked well / didn’t work?

17. Describe the casting. How diverse was the company? How well did the cast represent their characters? Were you surprised by any casting choices? How did this compare with your expectations?

18. Were any roles doubled (or tripled!)? How did this affect your response to the production? Why do you think the director chose to do this (or not)?

19. Which roles did you find most striking/memorable? Were there any that you thought were weaker than others? How did the interpretation of the characters affect the performance as a whole?

20. If you are familiar with any particular speeches or scenes, how did the performance vary from your expectations, your own readings, and any previous performances you have seen?

Anonymous, 2017

Performance piece; poster paint on butchers paper

Artist Statement:

With the constant presence of social media platforms, smart phones, and the simplification of the archival process with digital storage, the drive to document every angle of our individual lives is both compelling and seemingly simple. However, with an unprecedented rise in the sheer amount of personal data stored about the citizens of today, it’s becoming increasing evident that the aspects of our individual identities that once seemed unique at a local level, are actually shared with thousands of others globally. We are part of a social conglomerate destined to be remembered by its defining aesthetics, pop-culture and philosophies, the significance of aspect each only being magnified by how  individuals connect to them individually. When everybody has a personal style, that concept itself becomes a single defining aspect of a culture.

This time based art installation invites the viewers to participate by smearing the bodies of two young artists in paint, thus erasing their identities as individuals as is symbolized by their unique costumes.  This collective act of creation is intended to mirror the way our seemingly individual choices help to form the culture that obscures our originality- it is this striving to stand out that defines how we all “fit in” to our generation. By lying at the feet of their peers, the artists assume a position of defeat, submitting to and accepting their inevitable loss of identity and overwhelmed by the realization of their individual insignificance. Time plays a symbolic role in the performance, its short duration paralleling the fleeting nature of one individual’s existence in contrast to human history. No matter how compulsively we document our lives, we live in the age of information overload and our identities are destined to become quickly lost in an ever-expanding sea of data.  

– Miranda, Jazel, Josh & Jess

Shenanigans with the Batkids

I’m a month late for Halloween but here you go anyway.

Bruce Wayne’s kids were driving him around the bend. Of course, he would never admit that to them, that’s what they wanted. And they would never admit that they were purposely trying (and succeeding) in  making him go absolutely mad.

It had started with Dick, he’d loved every member of the Justice League as if it were a family to him, and in a way it was. It brought him comfort and security, knowing that Bruce, who for all intents and purposes was his dad, was not alone. That there were people like him that wanted to see the world become a better place.

Of course, Dick had members that he thought were just too cool, he was still a kid after all. Those members that he thought were just amazing, his absolute favorites, weren’t Bruce, or rather, Batman. Obviously, Bruce still understood that Dick loved Batman, but the thing with Dick was that he was so used to Batman. He knew all the moves, played with all the bat-gadgets, he’d even seen all (or most) of the fights up close and personal. It wasn’t a new and fascinating thing for Dick like it was for other kids, so it was to be expected that Dick had a preference for the newer superheroes who were still showing their powers and limitations in battle.

Bruce thought it was adorable when Dick got excited about going as superman for Halloween. He went the full nine yards and even got Dick’s costume custom made. He spent the entire night trick-or-treating in Metropolis so that Dick could “really be like Superman”. The other Leaguers teased him about it, especially Superman considering they’d made a pit stop at Clark’s apartment just for shits and giggles.

Bruce, however, found it considerably less adorable when Dick requested to go as Green Lantern next Halloween. Of course, little Dick didn’t know about Hal being Bruce’s….less than favourite person. But Bruce being Bruce and Dick being Dick, with his adorable little puppy dog eye’s complied with Dicks request. The same as he did for the next year when Dick had requested to go as Green Lantern again, and the year after that, and so on and so forth. Bruce tried to dissuade him after the first time, asking if he’d much prefer to mix things up and go as something different instead of sticking to the same costume year after year. He was always met with a stubborn ‘No’ from Dick.

Eventually, Dick had caught on to why Bruce was always trying to get him to change up his costume. And oh boy, did he have fun with it. Slowly but surely, Green Lantern merchandise started to infest the manor. It was innocent at first, a little keychain attached to Dick’s schoolbag, a plushie for his bed. It soon grew into bed covers and wall decals, curtains and themed clothes worn nearly every day. Dick did still think Green Lantern was cool, but for the most part, everything he bought was for the sake of seeing Bruce do that little eye-twitch thing he did when he was trying to keep quiet about something.

Knowledge such as this was something Dick freely shared with his siblings. It was an amazing feeling, really. It brought them together, it unified them, they worked as a better team than they ever had before. They were siblings with a noble and just cause. The noble and just cause to annoy their father in any way they knew how.

They were all very sneaky about it, having Batman as a teacher in that department helped. Bruce would walk in what would seem to be mid-conversation, when in actuality they just heard him coming down the hall and decided on a pre-prepared script.

This was one of these times, when Bruce had just been sauntering around the halls, thinking about what had yet to be done, with both Batman and Wayne Enterprises when he’d heard chatter coming from the library. It was Barbara and Steph, giggling like they were schoolgirls again. The sound wasn’t one he heard often and he smiled to himself, silently enjoying hearing his kids just be kids. That was until he got close enough to make out what they were saying.

“So we’re in agreement then? The best ass in the Justice League is The Green Lantern’s. ”

“Oh no competition there, honestly it’s just so-”

Bruce had left before the descriptions started. He doesn’t think he could handle that.

There were only two ways this game could end, either the kids would eventually grow tired of annoying him (unlikely) or (more likely) Bruce would eventually lose. Obviously, it surprised no one when the latter scenario played out.

The Wayne mansion was decked out in decorations when Bruce came back from work that day, cobwebs and fake headstones, just the right amount of creepy. Bruce loved it, his kids all getting along, decorating the house and preparing the goodies for the kids. It wasn’t his favorite time of year, with about a hundred college boys dressing up as the joker for college parties. It’s camouflage for Gotham’s worst at its finest. Still, he thought this time of year was good, minus the zombie jokes from Damian and Jason.

Unbeknownst to Bruce, the grand finale of the Green Lantern based torture was in the midst of being set up. They had all planned it out perfectly of course. Jason with his scarily skillful carving of the Green Lantern symbol into the pumpkins, Dick with his luminous green paint, also on the pumpkins, and Damian, who had decided that there was no such thing as overkill had designed unique Green Lantern based costumes. Duke helped too, with his idea to get special green flame candles for the pumpkins. The girls made bunting and hung it all around the house, with Cass hanging them off the chandelier for extra effect.

So there they were, all eagerly waiting for Bruce to come home, decked to the nines in Green Lantern themed clothes. Alfred, of course wanted none of this, if he so happened to be wearing a green tie that day then it was purely coincidental.

When Bruce came through those doors, his reaction was a thing of beauty. His face went redder than the Robin costume, his vein pulsing in his neck, the eye twitch was going absolutely crazy.

Then it came. A smug voice from right behind him.

“Well if I knew you were such a big fan I would have taken a couple of pictures with you, maybe even signed your cape!” Hal Jordan himself with his arm slung around Bruce’s shoulders, was smiling smugly as if he’d won the lottery.

Bruce slowly removed himself from under Hal’s arm, looking as though he had been forced to hug a rotting corpse.

“Get out of my house right now.” Bruce stood by the door holding it open and gesturing with his arm to the exit.

“Alright, alright, don’t get you bat-panties in a twist, I was leaving anyway” Hal signaled goodbye to Bruce and winked at the kids, still smiling and walked out the front door.

“You too, all of you.” He turned to his children, who looked like Santa had come early, only to see their faces fall as they all looked at each other uneasily.

“You can’t kick us out, we live here!” Damian stood forward, looking at his father in part annoyance and part anger.

“Not for the next few hours you don’t, now out,” Bruce said, watching his children slowly realize that he meant business and shuffle out one by one.

The next day Bruce was acting as if nothing had happened, perfectly normal. He sat down with his coffee in hand, greeted is children, who had arrived home at around midnight with a smile and wished them a good morning and retired to his study until the newspaper arrived.

“Bruce Wayne shows love for his favorite superhero in Green Lantern Halloween tribute”

Needless to say, Bruce yelled louder than if he was infected with Scarecrow’s fear gas.

[STARCAST] The original playful idol group, MAMAMOO is back!! Exclusively revealing the sweet and energetic Season’s Greetings of them.

Hi there!! MAMAMOO came back again with their playful sides!! What could be their reason of visiting STARCAST today????

This year could mean special to MAMAMOO than any other artists. That’s why they’ve prepared the Season’s Greetings to enjoy the remaining days of this year and welcome the new year!! So STARCAST will be exclusively revealing the Season’s Greetings shooting site of MAMAMOO!!

One sunny day of autumn, the shooting for Season’s Greetings of MAMAMOO was ongoing.

Their concept for this Season’s Greetings is the funky and energetic looks of MAMAMOO enjoying the home party. Those colorful costumes and pairs of shoes are exciting us. They began with shooting the image cuts!! In this basic image cuts, you can see various expressions and comical looks of MAMAMOO. 


MAMAMOO Moon ByulByul looks sulky.. 

Something bad happened to her?? (Poor Sponge Bob)


Isn’t she so cute?? (MOOMOO, take my aegyo!!)


It’s the bright smile of fatal Hwa Sa in a long time!!




Whee In’s choppy bangs are amazing!! Aren’t they so lovely??

How will their Season’s Greetings look like..? Ah-Can’t wait for MAMAMOO’s Season’s Greetings!!

MAMAMOO Moon Byul, Solar

Yong Kong Byul Kong are still looking sweet in this shooting

Their party cuts will be made at this cute girlish room!!


MAMAMOO are doing their best by showing up each of their charms through their trendy styles. Aren’t they making you smile?? 


You can see Moon Byul’s chic look only in the Season’s Greetings!!


Whee In- What are you thinking about?? 

Alright, shall we now look at their outdoor cuts taken at this garden designed with cute props??


The leader Yong with a unique costume!! She looks so serious… (She’s still the most beautiful one in the world!!)

MAMAMOO Solar, Moon Byul

You can also see MAMAMOO’s bucket lists in this Season’s Greetings. I’m really curios on their bucket lists!!


This is the end of the Season’s Greetings of MAMAMOO, who showed their fresh and energetic charms. You can’t wait for their Season’s Greetings, right??

Please support and love MAMAMOO’s new song, ‘Décalcomanie’. They are the MAMAMOO. See you next time again!!

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anonymous asked:

It's almost time for that spoopy year on Tumblr again, so maybe some Halloween headcanons of the Paladins with their s/o? Forever Allura's, -💎Diamond Anon💎

YES OMG!!!!!!


  • You are going to have matching costumes! He doesn’t care what the costumes are, you can pick them out, but you two have to match!
  • He could be fifty years old and still want to go trick-or-treating, so have fun with that. Though some years he doesn’t mind just handing out candy. As long as he gets to dress up, he’s good to go!
  • You two are going to have the coolest Halloween decorations ever! Your place is completely decorated and it’s basically your own haunted house. You easily have the most popular house during this time of year for parties and what not.


  • He’s going to take you to every corn maze and haunted house he can find. He loves them, even if he gets lost in them for over five hours with you.
  • He’ll want to sit down with you and watch all of the Halloween themed movies he can get his hands on. He won’t pick horror movies if that’s not your thing, but everything else is fair game!
  • He’s not too into trick-or-treating, but he will hand out candy if you insist. He’s not entirely against matching costumes, but he’ll only do it if he gets to pick it out.


  • Pumpkin carving is a must! Your entire place is going to be covered in well-carved pumpkins and all of those adorable little pumpkins! At the end, he lets some kids take home the pumpkins if there was a particular one they liked.
  • He will gladly go trick-or-treating or just pass out candy, whichever you prefer! He loves watching the kids faces light up when they get candy though, it’s one of his favorite things about the holiday.
  • It’s up to you whether your costumes match or not, as long as you’re happy with it, then he’s happy with it! Though he does find it adorable if you match!


  • Her Halloween decorations rival Lance’s. Her house will literally be a haunted house for the entire month of October no matter what anyone says. Look out for fake cobwebs, they’re everywhere.
  • She doesn’t really care for matching costumes, she prefers to do her own thing. She won’t complain if you want to match her though. She’s going to have a unique costume every year though.
  • She’s out for that candy, and she will get all of it. She’s going to drag you to every single house and she’s going to love every single minute of it!


  • He’s not a huge fan of Halloween, but if you are then he can definitely get into it. He adores those tiny pumpkins that are mainly for decoration. You may end up with fifty of them scattered around.
  • He won’t go trick-or-treating, but he loves handing out candy and seeing everyone’s costumes. He’s the guy who’s going to be super sweet and compliment everyone’s costumes, even if it’s just a sheet with holes cut out for eyes.
  • He’ll match if you want to match! He probably wouldn’t dress up otherwise, so you might as well. He particularly liked being a vampire one year, he made fruit punch to make it seem like he was drinking blood, it scared a few kids, and Lance.