Wednesday, September 21, 2016

An Officially-Licensed Proto Man Costume is Now a Thing


Following up on last year's spiffy Mega Man Halloween costume, HalloweenCostumes.com just launched an officially-licensed Proto Man costume for the trick-or-treat season. For a cool $69.99, you'll get everything you need - right down to the shades - to become the "red rocker".

Grab yours here if you're so inclined. If nothing else, take heart we've been graced with some truly, truly magnificent stock photos.

Source: HalloweenCostumes.com

12 comments:

  1. This shouldn't exist

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  2. Something tells me he didn't get paid enough for this.

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  3. They must be running low on ideas on how they could possibly milk this any farther. Just holding out till that cartoon I suppose.

    Also shouldn't the helmet have the glasses built in?

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  4. This looks way worse than it should. The buster is literally square, and I can't figure out what is going on with the helmet. (It almost looks like the helmet is disproportionate and doesn't fit properly.)

    Really, I've decided that I'm not buying a single piece of new Mega Man merch until they make a new game. Capcom's "measuring interest via merchandise sales" argument is just not credible anymore.

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    1. They don't fit. It's a tiny indent up there for your head to kinda sit in. I got the megaman of each when it we think half off for use in a cosplay. The blaster is crap too.

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    2. If anyone still believes the "measuring interest via merchandise sales" garbage after about 5 years of continuously pumping it out (obviously because it sells ) they are simply on the Capcom kool-aid.

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  5. in his mind, "KILL ME..please.."

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  6. Anybody who claimed to be a real Mega Man fan should wear this on public annually, December 17.

    Alongside with this one:
    http://www.rockman-corner.com/2015/07/mega-man-halloween-costumes-are-coming.html?m=1

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  7. doesn't look too bad. I mean, just replace the buster with thinkgeek's version and the official wearable light up helmet, and you got yourself a good cosplay?

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