Spirit Halloween Introduces New Anime and Gaming Costumes in Time for New York Comic Con Weekend

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The latest costumes from Spirit Halloween feature fan favorite video game and anime characters!

Spirit Halloween, the nation’s leading Halloween specialty retailer, today announced that they have expanded their offering with new, officially licensed gaming and anime costumes developed by Spirit’s in house team, including Fallout, Attack on Titan, Dragon Ball Z and Assassin’s Creed.

“With gaming and anime increasing in popularity, and the number of cons rapidly growing, we enriched our assortment to encompass new properties and characters,” said Eric Morse, DVP of Licensing for Spirit Halloween. “We know that for fan events and Halloween, self-expression, showcasing fandom, and of course enjoyment are all delicately intertwined. We want to make achieving this as easy as possible.”

Known for creating premium costumes, Spirit has applied their mastery to intricately outfitted characters, introducing their Fallout, Attack on Titan, Dragon Ball Z, and Assassin’s Creed costumes exclusively for the 1200+ store chain and SpiritHalloween.com. The Fallout costume line includes Vault Boy adult outfits ($49.99 each), Vault Boy for kids ($39.99), Vault Boy Mask ($9.99) and adult and kids Power Armor masks ($29.99). For fans of Attack on Titan, the line includes adult Eren Jaeger ($69.99) and Mikasa Ackerman ($64.99) costumes, a wig and scout cape with hood ($39.99), and a scout jacket and wig set ($49.99). Spirit is also offering Dragon Ball Z Vegeta and Goku costumes for adults ($49.99) and kids ($39.99) as well as Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ Vegeta and Goku costumes in Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan form complete with signature blue wigs for adults ($49.99) and kids ($39.99).

Adding to their Assassin’s Creed line introduced last year, which featured costumes for Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Connor Kenway, Spirit is now offering more character costumes from the blockbuster action-adventure game series including Evie Frye, Edward Kenway, and Jacob Frye. The retailer has also added an alternative Ezio costume for adults and teens. Full costumes and accessories range from $9.99 for the teen Connor hood to $79.99 for the men’s Jacob, Ezio, and Edward costumes. Women’s Evie and Ezio costumes are available for $69.99.

To locate a Spirit Halloween store in your area, visit http://www.SpiritHalloween.com. For exclusive discounts and the inside scoop on all things Halloween, follow us on Twitter @SpiritHalloween or Instagram at http://www.Instagram.com/SpiritHalloween

About Spirit Halloween
Spirit Halloween (spirithalloween.com) is the largest Halloween specialty retailer in the country with over 1,150 locations in strip centers and malls across North America. Celebrating 32 years of business, Spirit is the authority on all things Halloween, offering one-stop shopping for everything from costumes to decor and party goods to accessories. In addition to being a fun and interactive event for shoppers, Spirit stores offer complete selections of costumes and accessories for infants/toddlers, children, 'tweens, teens, and adults along with exclusive decor you won't find anywhere else. For more information, please visit: http://www.SpiritHalloween.com

About Bethesda Game Studios
Bethesda Game Studios is the award-winning development studio known around the world for its groundbreaking work on The Elder Scrolls series and the Fallout series. Creators of the 2006 ‘Game of the Year’, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion®, the 2008 ‘Game of the Year’, Fallout® 3, the 2011 ‘Game of the Year,’ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim®, and most recently the critically acclaimed Fallout 4®.Bethesda Game Studios has earned its reputation as one of the industry's most respected and accomplished game development studios. For more information on Bethesda Game Studios, visit bgs.bethsoft.com.

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