Disney owns Halloween.
Think about it: They hold the rights to Star Wars, the Marvel Universe, Mickey Mouse and all things princess and Pixar. That's easily half the children's costumes you'll see this year.
In fact, Disney should really just go door-to-door Gestapo-style and tell parents to hand them $25 bucks. Per kid. Then the Mouse Police would ask: "And do you want the princess, the superhero or the Jedi?"
Not that long ago, though, the list below represented a kid's costume options. Here's a quick refresher on the original, non-commercialized, low-cost (and last-minute) costume options.Read More