Browse through the costumes from members of Pixar’s superhero team, The Incredibles. This Academy Award-winning film takes place in an alternate 1960s era that follows the Parr family of “supers.” You can’t keep a hero down for long, and although outlawed, it’s not long before The Incredibles find themselves on the street fighting crime once again. Bring to life the characters of our favorite superhero family, like Dash Parr and Elastigirl. The line-up also includes some of their most troublesome villains like Syndrom and Screen Slaver. You don’t have to become a super yourself to dress up as one of these heroes with these step-by-step costume guides.
Helen Parr is the wife of Mr. Incredible and supermom to their kids. With her powers of incredible elasticity, above-average strength, and smarts, she was already a major hero in her own right before she fell in love. Unlike her husband, Bob, she seems to be content with her new family life, at first. She is usually the voice of reason and always tries to solve a problem first using her brain. When trying to get their public image back on track and battling Screen Saver, she steps up to be the main protagonist, giving Mr. Incredible the heroic challenge of trying to raise three super kids on his own.
“Who’s the cat that’s always chill when survival odds are next to nil?” Frozone, of course! Lucius Best, or Uncle Lucius, is the ally and best-man of Mr. Incredible, who lives as the family’s neighbor under the Superhero relocation program. His powers allow him to manipulate and freeze water molecules, even in the air, hence the name “Frozone.” He also misses being a superhero and likes to recall the glory days with his best friend Bob. When they start fighting crime once more, he is always there to have their backs, often with a wisecrack at the ready. Or, even when the Parr’s need a babysitter.
The Incredibles was written and directed by Brad Bird and produced by Pixar Animation Studios. It takes place in an alternate 1960s where superheroes are outlawed because of the collateral damage caused by their crime-fighting. Living in a relocation program with his superhero family, Mr. Incredible can’t help but remember his glory days. It’s not long before he gets drawn back into the world of crime-fighting. Not to be left out, his family soon joins in the crime-fighting fun.
The past often comes back to haunt the family. Syndrome wishes to destroy the family because Mr. Incredible rejected his role as a sidekick. Later, Screen Slaver aims to eliminate all superheroes for not saving her father, who always believed in them. With their powers as a family, the team can overcome any obstacle, especially when helped out by their neighbor, Frozone. The first award-winning The Incredibles movie was released in 2004 with the sequel, Incredibles 2, following in 2018.