The time to be a superhero is now! The teenage years are tough on today's youngsters. This is especially true when the issue is Halloween costumes. A teen considered too "big" for trick-or-treating nonetheless wants to participate in the occasion by playing dress-up with everyone else. While older kids might be beyond dressing up in childish costumes a super-hero is right on par with what young adults want - style, fit and a character with power.
Teen Superheroes & Villains Costumes
Meet the Justice League [Infographic]
Being a teenager can be awkward, but no superheroes are better than the ones whose secret identities are a little unassuming. Clark Kent is a newspaper reporter with glasses - Nobody mistakes him for Superman, right? Put your powers on display when you rock a DC Comics costume this Halloween, and learn more about your favorite comic book icons with Costume SuperCenter's Meet the Justice League Infographic.
Meet the Avengers [Infographic]
One of the most famous Marvel Comics heroes, Spider-Man, is a teenager, so it makes sense that your teen would gravitate toward Stan Lee's universe. In the Avengers, he or she will find a variety of capable characters, including Captain America, among others. teens can brush up on their reading with this Meet the Avengers infographic.
Modern heroes are exactly what teens want. Even though most of the most popular comic heroes have been around for decades, they have seen modern day resurgence due to blockbuster action movies like Green Lantern, Thor and Captain America. Superhero costumes are not stereotypical, meaning that even boys outfits can be worn by girls such as the female version of Captain America called Miss Captain America.