10 Star Wars Items That Will Bring the Power of the Force to Halloween

Celebrate the spooky side of Star Wars with costumes, clothes, and more.

Halloween is almost here, but it’s not too late to add a little Star Wars to your celebration — or to get an early start for next year. See below for 10 of our favorite items, from costumes to spooky Star Wars tales, that will make your Halloween more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

1. Rubie’s detailed and fun Star Wars costumes.

If you’ve ever wanted to be a Jedi, scoundrel, princess, or even a porg, Halloween is your chance. Rubie’s has a wide offering of Star Wars Halloween costumes from across the saga, including Jedi Master Luke Skywalker, Rey for kids, the aforementioned porg for toddlers, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and many more. If you don’t want to go full-costume but would rather something more subtle, there are options like the Darth Vader headband, tutu skirt, and rhinestone T-shirt. Happy trick-or-treating. Just don’t knock on Jabba’s door.

2. Radio Flyer’s amazing Landspeeder.

The dream of just about every kid who’s seen Star Wars, Radio Flyer’s Landspeeder is actually drivable and contains dialogue from the film. Punch it — and rule the sidewalk on Halloween.

3. Hasbro’s super-cool electronic helmets and lightsabers.

Instantly become Kylo Ren with a voice-changing helmet and crackling lightsaber, bring order to the galaxy as a stormtrooper, learn the ways of the Force with Rey’s lightsaber, and more. Perfect for Halloween or just using around the house, really.

4. Spooky Star Wars books and comics.

If you’re a fan of creepy tales, there are plenty to choose from in Star Wars. Among the many perfect for Halloween night are Marvel’s Star Wars: The Screaming CitadelAdventures in Wild Space: The DarknessTales from a Galaxy Far, Far Away — Aliens, Vol. 1, and the upcoming Are You Scared, Darth Vader?Or if you just want to honor the villains of the galaxy, DK Publishing’s Vile Villains sticker book might be the (evil) choice for you.

5. Star Wars Pez, of course.

It’s Halloween season. If you want candy around the house, it’s hard to beat a Millennium Falcon Pez gift tin, complete with BB-8, Rey, Han Solo, and Chewie dispensers. She’s got it where it counts, kid. Meaning she holds lots of Pez.

6. Fifth Sun’s clever Star Wars-meets-Halloween tees.

If Halloween-ified Star Wars tees are more your style, Fifth Sun has what you need. Check out all of their spooky offerings, from characters trick-or-treating to BB-8 in pumpkin colors and more. In our opinion, these are cool enough to wear for any holiday.

7. Must-have Star Wars Halloween decorations and pumpkin-carving and painting tools!

It’s time to combine some Halloween traditions with Star Wars! Gemmy has a wide offering of Halloween-themed Star Wars products, including pumpkin carving and painting tools, and decorations — like this awesome, inflatable Yoda holding a pumpkin! We know, your minds are blown. So are ours.

8. Hybrid’s well-designed Star Wars Halloween clothes for kids.

Younglings and Padawans can also show their love of Star Wars and this scariest of holidays thanks to Hybrid. There are a variety of tees available, including a skeleton C-3PO and R2-D2 for toddler boys, a haunting Darth Vader for boys, and more.

9. Hanna Andersson’s creative Halloween pajamas.

Hanna Andersson has several Star Wars pajamas available, including Halloween and possibly dark-side powered glow-in-the-dark options. Even at bedtime, future Jedi can have Star Wars Halloween fun.

10. Disney Parks-exclusive Halloween pins and Shop Disney lightsabers!

If you’re not yet a pin trader, you will be. You will beeeeee. Right now, you can find trick-or-treating Yoda along with C-3PO and R2-D2 trading pins exclusively at Disney Parks. (For more on pin trading, see our article from earlier this week.) And if you’re looking for more lightsabers and Star Wars weapons to complete your Halloween ensemble, Shop Disney carries a Rey lightsaber, Darth Vader lightsaber, First Order laser axe, and more. With pin flair and toy lightsabers and laser axes, the Halloween circle is complete, we think.

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