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Best The Flash Halloween Costume Guide
Classic DC Comics character The Flash has been rebooted and made into a hit television series. Portrayed by American actor Grant Gustin, The Flash may have gotten a new suit, but his powers remain the same, the ability to move at superman speeds. Fortunately for cosplayers, they have the option of dressing up as the classic figure or the updated version.
In either version of this classic hero, the costume generally comes in one piece. With a choice between Comic Book Flash and CW’s Flash, your cosplay costume will come with everything he needs. You do however have the option of adding The Flash Ring to lend authenticity to your look.
The Flash Cosplay Costumes
Emulating one of DC Comic’s best known superheroes is not for the feint of heart. This costume is generally form fitting so be prepared for a little exposure. While you can opt for the full suit, in one or two pieces plus the mask you also have another option available. Simply donning a t-shirt with The Flash logo and his face mask would work for more laid back cosplayers.
Speaking of the mask, there are also a number of options. You can purchase a full coverage mark and fits like a snug hood or go for one that leaves your mouth exposed. As long as the the lightening bolts are recognized on the sides, everyone will know who you are. For groups, any other DC Comics hero would be permissible. The widely lauded Batman and Joker, Harley Quinn or Supergirl. The options are as vast as the characters. Be sure to look at our featured pics for more style ideas. Also, send in your own pics, we’d love to see your take on things!
About The Flash (Barry Allen)
The victim of a lab accident, Central City Police assistant forensic investigator Barry Allen was made into The Flash when lightning struck him and exposed him to deadly lab chemicals. Thrust into a coma, Barry awoke with the ability to travel at superhuman speeds. His new powers make him hopeful that he could finally solve a personal mystery that has plagued him since he was a boy, the murder of his mother.
The loss of his mother has driven Barry to become a man obsessed with finding her killer. Following his father’s wrongful conviction for the heinous crime, The Flash made it his life’s mission to find the truth and exonerate his father. Becoming a skilled forensic investigator along the way gives him access to information that brings justice for his mother, closer and closer through the years. He has turned the accident that gave him his powers into a weapon of truth. The Flash will not rest until he solves this crime.