The time has come at last, Star Wars fans. Now, throughout the land, Star Wars VII toys, figures, and other merchandise is available for legal purchase. We’re right there with you: You now have the capability to browse our collection of Episode VII costumes and accessories! For your pleasure, we will list and detail some of the choices you have for your Halloween costume. As always, don’t forget to enter our second annual Halloween Spookstakes at the bottom for a chance at free costumes!
First up is the new hero, the scion of the Jedi generation, and the man who must face down Kylo Ren: Finn!
The earlier Star Wars heroes, Luke and Anakin Skywalker, are constant and irreplaceable Halloween characters; it’s nearly assured to us Finn will be the same. A simple design for an ex-stormtrooper and new Jedi, kids will love the chance to be the hero!
Finn’s companion and co-main character, Rey, is still shrouded in mystery. Does she hold a relation to a previous character, perhaps the daughter of Han and Leia? What we do know is: she looks good.
She’s prepared to fight against the revitalized Empire (now known as the First Order) and do everything she can to keep the peace in the galaxy.
Kylo Ren, a member of the enigmatic Knights of Ren and an assistant of the Supreme Leader of the First Order Snoke, is the series’ new masked opponent for the heroes and heroines to match wits with. His unique three-pronged lightsaber and dark attire paint him as a dangerous enemy that will surely make many appearances this Halloween and beyond!
The Final named character we have access to at the moment is one even more hidden than the others: Captain Phasma, played by Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth from Game of Thrones), we have seen neither this character’s face, nor do we know even the barest details of her circumstances. All we know is she works with the First Order, and her chrome armor is pimp
Captain Phasma may lead the troopers of the First Order, but she certainly isn’t the only member. Along with the re-imagined Stormtroopers in classic white armor, Flametroopers are also present. We don’t know exactly what function they take (though flame seems to be indicated), but they’re cool outfits are sure to inspire Halloween-goers.
Their design combines the stormtrooper’s faceless white armor pieces with a new, emotionless helmet for an ultra-cool look.
The Stormtrooper Costume has been a classic part of the Halloween culture ever since the original movie was debuted in 1977. The new version is prepared the take the costume world by storm.