Disney characters all dressed up for Halloween



Now that it's officially fall, it's not too weird to start thinking about your Halloween costume. Orlando Zombie Ball is coming up soon, after all. Here's something you can use for inspiration:

Tinkerbell really, really wants to Kill Bill.
Image via Isaiah Stephens

Artist Isaiah Stephens has taken some of our favorite Disney characters and imagined what they'd look like in the costumes of other equally beloved, but non-Disney, pop-culture characters. In addition to Tinkerbell's turn as the Bride from Kill Bill, he gives us Pocahontas as Katniss Everdeen, Sleeping Beauty's Princess Aurora as Danaerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones and more. Stephens also goes beyond the standard roundup of typical Disney princesses, dressing up Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas as Raven from Teen Titans and Peter Pan's Wendy Darling as Star Wars' Princess Leia.

Image via Isaiah Stephens

Although, on the typical princess front, we really love Belle as Hermione Granger and Snow White as Wonder Woman.

Image via Isaiah Stephens

You can see Stephens' entire collection here. And once you're all Halloween'd out, check out his Tumblr, where he goes Disney-crazy on the regular.

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