The Babadook Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make The Babadook costume

Babadook Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Black Shirt Make it easier for Babadook to lurk in the shadows with a black shirt underneath his trench coat.
2 Black Pants Pair his shirt with an equally black pair of pants.
3 Black Trench Coat Babadook’s black trench coat makes him look more sinister.
4 Black Shoes Black shoes can tie all of Babadook’s shadowy aura.
5 Black Top Hat Creepy monsters can still be stylish as Babadook proves.
6 Black Pointy-Fingered Gloves Wear these gloves to show how long Babadook’s fingers are.
7 Mask Keep Babadook’s scary smile intact with this Babadook mask.
8 Costume Set Sold Out Spend more time creeping people out than making your costume by buying this costume set.

The frightening thing about Mister Babadook is not what he looks like (although that’s also creepy in its own sense), but what he represents. He is your fears manifested into a physical form. He doesn’t try to kill you outright which is what typical monsters would do.

Instead, he makes you second-guess yourself and slowly help you succumb to insanity. Babadook strips away your humanity until you do inhumane things that you would typically never do.

The Babadook loves lurking in the shadows, and his appearance just makes it almost impossible to discern him in the dark. The Babadook wears an all-black ensemble. He has on a black trench coat, black pants, black top hat, and black shoes.

Plus, he sports long black hair and equally long black fingers. Here’s everything you need to look like the Babadook.

About The Babadook

The Babadook has been credited as Tim Purcell.

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Image Credit: Cameron Stuart