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Charades DC Comics Riddler Men's Costume

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Charades DC Comics Riddler Men's Costume

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Plot your own devious and challenging riddles for batman to solve in this officially licensed dc Comics riddler costume. Black long sleeve button front collared shirt; Green jacket with black "?" printed design with black button front closure; matching pull on bottoms with elastic waist; green bowler-style hat with black "?" on front and purple satin ribbon around base; purple eye-mask with velcro-style closure in back; pull-on purple gloves and purple satin neck tie with black "?" on front. The riddler puts his superior intellect to work by creating puzzling-elaborate schemes and traps using innocent civilians as pawns or bait for batman to try and solve. Now you can develop some of your own brilliant plans to challenge The great dark knight once and for all in this fun villainous look. Fun for any time of the year themed parties, parades, comic con, cosplay, fun runs, live action role play, and of course trick or treat and Halloween too! Pair with other officially licensed dc Comics costumes by Charades; search for batman, superman, the joker, the flash, Aquaman, and wonder woman for group dress up fun. Please read before buying; costumes are not sized the same as apparel, please review Charades size Chart in images, read reviews and q amp; a for best fit, do not choose based on clothing size. From inspiration, through design and construction, Charades takes pride in quality materials and excellent finished products; let Charades help you get your costume on!

Charades DC Comics Riddler Men's Costume

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