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Disguise Announces New Halloween Partnerships

Costumes from Universal, Hasbro and more are available online and at retail now.

Disguise, the Halloween costume division of toy manufacturer, JAKKS Pacific, is starting the Halloween 2021 season with the launch of a new line of costumes and accessories from various toy and entertainment properties.  

With a new Universal portfolio launching this year, Disguise is releasing a massive new collection of costumes to support Illumination’s “Minions” and Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s “Jurassic World'' franchises, as well as horror favorites “Chucky” and “Halloween II.” Disguise’s new range also features 2021 movie releases “Spirit Untamed” and “Boss Baby 2” as well as Waldo from “Where’s Waldo?” and Dwight, Jim or a Dunder Mifflin Warehouse employee from “The Office.” 

Adding to the mix this year are “Animal Crossing” and “Kirby” designs.  Disguise also continues to see strong support in stores for “Halo” and “Apex Legends.” 

Trunk-or-Treating has seen a rise in popularity as a safe way for kids to trick-or-treat. Disguise is offering kits featuring “Paw Patrol: The Movie,” “PJ Masks,” “Transformers,” “Trolls” and “Sesame Street.” 

Disguise is adding to its “Transformers” line with a converting Optimus Prime costume to follow up on the success of the Transformers Bumblebee Converting costume first launched in 2019.  Disguise also brings new styles for its “Power Rangers Dino Fury” line, as well as costumes to support new movie releases for “Snake Eyes” and “The My Little Pony Movie.” 

For its preschool line, Disguise has added Hasbro brands Peppa Pig and Ricky Zoom, as well as “PJ Masks” costumes for kids and adults. Disguise also offers costumes for  “Blippi,” “Paw Patrol: The Movie” and “Bluey.” 

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