Halloween will never be stranger. | Source: Disguise

This Halloween is going to be a stranger one.

Disguise, the costume division of Jakks Pacific, is releasing a complete line of costumes and Funko Pop! masks inspired by the latest season of Netflix’s Stranger Things.

“The Disguise team has been fans of Stranger Things for many years now and are ecstatic to be able to work on the brand for the first time this year to coincide with the release of this record-breaking season,” says Tara Hefter, president and general manager of Disguise. “Our all-new Stranger Things line covers many of these fan favorite characters making an amazing opportunity for group and family dressing. We anticipate these styles to fly off the shelves in the wake of the ongoing success and recent release of Season 4.”

Some of the costumes from Disguise’s Stranger Things line | Source: Disguise/the Toy Book

The line will include costumes based on both recurring and new characters from the series. Kids and adults alike can dress like Eddie Munson in his Hellfire Club shirt and denim jacket with sublimated patch detailing; Argyle in his Surfer Boy Pizza T-shirt, printed “Argyle” nametag, and sublimated print pants; Eleven in her iconic pink dress from Season 1 or retro striped dress from Season 4; Lucas in his Hawkins Highschool Tigers uniform; and Steve and Robin in a Family Video uniform and nametag.

Exclusive Stranger Things costumes for both kids and adults | Source: Disguise/the Toy Book

Kids can also dress just like Chrissy in the green-and-yellow Hawkins Tigers Cheerleader uniform or Dustin in his Hellfire Club T-shirt and Thinking Cap, while adults can dress up as Hopper in his Russian prisoner’s coat and furred ushanka hat. 

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All Stranger Things costumes will be available at major retailers this fall, just in time for Halloween. Disguise’s Funko Pop! mask collection will also be available later this fall for a limited time on Amazon and at other retailers. These oversized masks can be worn with or without a costume, or displayed next to a Funko Pop! collection.

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Madison Eubanks

Madison Eubanks

Madison Eubanks is an editorial intern at the Pop Insider, the Toy Insider, and the Toy Book. When she’s not binge-watching the entire Harry Potter film series for the 42nd time or thrifting for vintage toys, Madison contributes her writing to all three publications. She is excited to explore the world of toys and pop culture. In her free time, Madison enjoys listening to music, writing film reviews, and performing roller skating tricks.