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This Skeletor Costume is Perfect for an 80s Halloween Theme!

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Adult's Skeletor Muscle Jumpsuit Costume

If you would like to add a touch of 1980s to your Halloween/Horror themed fancy dress costume this year, then I have the perfect solution for you! 

Those of you who watched the Masters Of The Universe cartoons will definitely remember Skeletor - who could forget him? He was the blue-skinned, hood-wearing antagonist with a creepy skull head, who was obsessed with obtaining the powers of Castle Grayskull and ruling the universe - someone should have told him to calm down and take a chill pill.

 Of course, there was only one person who could stop him, and that was He-Man, the alter-ego of Prince Adam. Well, thank goodness! The mighty sword and sorcery battles all took place on the planet of Eternia.

The original cartoon series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe ran from 1983 to 1985, but there were also two films, numerous video games, comic books and toys.

This, of course, makes a Skeletor costume ideal for an 80s theme. 

The costume can be bought from Smiffy's storefront on Amazon, and comes in two sizes from 38" to 44" chest. It includes the blue muscle jumpsuit, skull mask, belt and boot covers - everything you need for a fun night out trying to take over the universe. Smiffy's, by the way, have been established for 123 years, and are one of the leading fancy dress suppliers in the UK, and the outfit comes in a branded bag.

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Now, there is a more expensive, shinier costume available (also by Smiffy's) which features more muscle detailing, but the choice is entirely yours and will depend on your budget, of course.

If you're dressing up with a friend or as a couple, then you may also like the He-Man muscle costume, and he will make the perfect companion, but just don't get into a fight with him, okay?

If you're a cheapskate and prefer to just wear a T-shirt for Halloween, then you may like this amusing Skeletor themed T-shirt with the message "I am not nice". Indeed, who wants to be nice at Halloween?

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