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2002 Halloween Costume Ideas

2002 Halloween Costume Ideas - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Halloween is just around the dark, scary corner and if you don't have a costume idea yet you better get on it! Kidzworld has a few Halloween costume ideas when you're trick-or-treatin' up a storm like Scooby-Doo gang characters, Harry Potter and Spider-Ma

Halloween is just around the dark, scary corner and if you don't have a costume idea yet you better get on it! Kidzworld has a few ideas on what to wear when you're trick-or-treatin' up a storm. These costume ideas are sure to get you good loot.

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Spider-Man Halloween Costume

The web-slinger was a hit in theaters in 2002, and he's bound to be a popular Halloween costume too. You can make your own Spider-Man costume out of red and blue spandex (with a 'lil black marker for the web and logo,) or you'll probably be able to pick up a store-bought version. Why not get your bud to dress up like the Green Goblin?

Or... you could dress up like country crooner k.d. lang - people will probably think you're Spidey actor, Tobey Maguire!

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Harry Potter

This Wizard is gonna stay popular for a while. The flick, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets came out in 2002 and there'll be even more to come in following years. This Halloween costume doesn't take too much work, which is always a bonus. All you need is a pair of glasses, a wand and a broom would be cool. Also, a dark robe with a hand-drawn Gryffindor Crest would work. And of course, you need your mom to draw a lightning scar on your forehead with some make-up. Get some of your peeps to dress up like Hermoine and Ron to really create a Hogwarts vibe.

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The Scooby-Doo Gang

If Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. can do it - so can you. Get a group of friends, some cheesy '70s clothes and borrow the family dog... voila! The Scooby Gang. There are lots of temporary hair colors to give you or a pal Daphne's red head and someone can snag a pair of dark-rimmed glasses for Velma. As for Fred and Shaggy - just grab some goofy green togs and use your best squeaky voice for the Shagster. A pair of blue jeans, a white sweater and an ascot are key to bein' Fred. If ya don't have a dog, you can always buy a stuffed Scooby to drag from house to house. It might be easier too.

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