Just this week, we talked about costume label Disguise and their latest wave of officially licensed LEGO-themed costumes released well ahead of Halloween and made available on Target. Not only were the kiddies well-represented, Disguise even went as far as creating costumes that are just the right size for AFOLs. But apparently the Disguise LEGO 2×4 brick costumes on offer at Target were missing one color. Yellow and Blue were accounted for but Red was apparently missing in action. LEGO fans need not worry anymore, as an AFOL-sized Red LEGO 2×4 brick costume was found listed on stock at Amazon.
Much like its “brothers” the brick and minifigure costumes over in Target, this Red LEGO costume is made out of 100% polyester, and is put on with a hook and loop fastener at back. Its details replicate authentic LEGO bricks with the brand name printed on all of its studs.
Costumes such as these are all perfect for grownups like AFOLs due to its minimal-fuss design, just a one-piece top you can easily slip into. Much like at Target, the Red LEGO brick suit from Disguise is priced anywhere from $40 to $70, with lower rates available on certain options.
LEGO, for all the brand recognition muscle its name might bring, doesn’t seem like the first thing in mind when thinking of costumes for Halloween. Still, there is a market for children who want to go as LEGO minifigure characters or even LEGO bricks. And believe it or not, LEGO has obliged these. They’ve got licenses out for official LEGO costumes from its proprietary series like Ninjago to other franchises like the DC heroes in LEGO movies. What’s more, they’re not just for kids. Even grownups can get in the Halloween costume fun too with this recent collection of LEGO costumes for AFOLs or Adult Fans of LEGO.
For those interested, these officially licensed LEGO costumes for AFOLs are from Disguise, and are now available at major retail chain Target. Of the newly released adult-sized costumes, shoppers can choose from blue or yellow 2×4 LEGO bricks, the generic red-shirted LEGO minifigure guy, plus LEGO Batman and LEGO Joker from their hit 2017 film.
The minifigure LEGO costumes come in torso with arms (ending in the distinctive C-hands) and a minifigure head (with eye-painted visor). Prices range from $40 to over $60 each. These LEGO duds from Disguise were timed to celebrate (naturally) all of LEGO’s milestones this 2018, which is also a great way for you to show your love for the brick.
What’s your choice of LEGO props this Halloween? Let us know in the comments below.