It”s fun to think of your favorite characters as though they were everyday people. You can even imagine what they”d do if Halloween was right around the corner.
That”s exactly what artist Isaiah Stephens was thinking about when he created his Halloween series. It features some beloved Disney characters donning other iconic outfits for what we can only imagine is a pretty amazing, if fictional, Halloween ball.
Rapunzel as Sailor Moon
I don”t know about you, but it looks to me like Rapunzel”s been pregaming.
Flynn Ryder and Maximus (from Tangled) as Marty McFly and Doc Brown
Animals in the Disney-verse are way more enthusiastic about Halloween costumes than they are in ours.
Jane (from Tarzan) as Lara Croft
Exploring jungles and getting into sticky situations are second nature to both characters, so Jane will have an easy time getting into character.
Wendy Darling as Princess Leia
This is the perfect costume for someone who likes nightgowns as much as Wendy.
Peter Pan as Link (from Zelda)
Oh come on, Peter, you”re not even trying.
Tinkerbell as The Bride/Black Mamba/Beatrix Kiddo (from Kill Bill)
Peter wanted her to go as Navi to complete his (lazy) Link costume, but Tink had a better idea.
Esmeralda (from The Hunchback of Notre Dame) as Michonne (from The Walking Dead)
There are a lot of Disney characters with weapons here and I am digging it.
Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) as Hermione Granger (from Harry Potter)
Both bookish and strong-willed, this was a natural choice for Belle.
Quasimodo (from The Hunchback of Notre Dame) as Austin Powers.
If only he”d been around during the 1960s, he could have really pulled off the International Man of Mystery thing.
The Beast as The Hulk
We hope he applied that green hairspray (approximately 30 bottles of the stuff) in a well-ventilated area.
Mulan as Xena, Warrior Princess
Tired of being mistaken for a dude, Mulan decided that she would do something a little more feminine this year.
Li Shang (from Mulan) as Mako (from Legend of Korra)
The pyrotechnic shoes make this costume really stand out.
Snow White as Wonder Woman
When she realized they had the same color scheme, Snow simply altered one of her old dresses to make this costume.
Alice (of Wonderland fame) as Buffy Summers (from Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
She already dealt with a slew of childhood nightmares in Wonderland, so what”s a few vampires?
Milo (from Atlantis: The Lost Empire) as The Doctor
His appreciation for extradimensional travel and magical doodads made this the obvious choice for Milo.
Kida (from Atlantis: The Lost Empire) as Storm (from X-Men)
Kida used what she knew for this costume: white hair, magical blue light, and showing some skin.
Prince Naveen (from The Princess and the Frog) as Captain Jack Sparrow
It”s a good costume to cover your tipsiness, as well as an excuse for dudes to wear lots of eyeliner.
Tiana (from The Princess and the Frog as Korra (from The Legend of Korra
After being on the receiving end of some sorcery, Tiana wanted to try being the one with the magical powers.
Aladdin and Abu as Ash Ketchum and Pikachu (from Pokemon)
It makes sense, especially since both enjoy the company of small, shrieking animals.
Jasmine (from Aladdin) as Chun-Li (from Street Fighter)
After the daily grind of princess duties, Jasmine is happy to cut loose and do a lot of high kicks.
Aurora (from Sleeping Beauty) as Daenerys Targaryen
Aurora got Maleficent to partake in this costume by promising that this time, she was in fact invited to the party.
Prince Philip (from Sleeping Beauty) as Indiana Jones
Cinderella as Annabeth Chase (from Percy Jackson: Heroes of Olympus)
Sally (from The Nightmare Before Christmas) as Raven (from Teen Titans)
It”s a little spooky and still shows some (detachable) leg. Perfect for Sally!
Giselle (from Enchanted) as Daphne Blake (from Scooby Doo)
Sometimes costumes are based simply on what kind of hair you have.
Megara (from Hercules) as Catwoman
Megara has just the right amount of sass to pull this off.
Ariel (from The Little Mermaid) as Black Widow (from The Avengers)
Ariel and Megara planned ahead of time and rappelled into the party in unison.
Merida (from Brave) as Rogue (from X-Men)
Merida lent her bow to Pocahontas for their costumes. Plus, she has better hair for Rogue.
Pocahontas as Katniss Everdeen (from The Hunger Games)
We hope Pocahontas watches where she points that thing at this hypothetical party.
Charlotte LaBouffe (from The Princess and the Frog) as the Pink Ranger
Charlotte is really, really into pink, so this was the natural choice.
This series is hardly all Stephens has created, and you can check out the rest of his inventive takes on popular characters on his deviantART page.