Your toddler will be the most powerful (not to mention, adorable) crime-fighting trick-or-treater out there.
We couldn't get enough of her ingenious innovations in Black Panther, and now, you can copy T'Challa's super sis on Halloween.
When you dress up as the famous Incredibles 2 fashion designer, the wig and glasses are included! She wouldn't look the same without 'em.
If The Incredibles 2 inspired her to start her own disappearing act, this bright red super suit makes it easier on Mom to keep an eye out while trick-or-treating.
Is that you, T'Challa? The King of Wakanda is looking a little shorter than before ... Fingers crossed that Killmonger takes the day off on October 31.
Gal Gadot is now synonymous with Wonder Woman. Chalk up another win for lady-led superhero flicks.
Luckily, this costume comes with a magnificent blonde wig, so he doesn't have to worry about growing his own Chris Hemsworth-y hair.
Not all green superhero costumes require face paint. We're especially fond of this Hulk mask because it bears such a strong resemblance to Mark Ruffalo.
From Batdog to Catwoman! We love that this costume conveys the most recent iteration of the character but still has the retro feel of the Julie Newmar original.
Put a fun spin on this Superman costume by wearing it under a suit and gradually revealing it throughout the Halloween party.
Behind every Superman is a Supergirl. And this fitted costume (heeled boots optional but hey, why not?) will make you feel like the badass that you are all night long!
A CW superhero favorite, Arrow only needs a black eyeliner-drawn mask around the eyes to upgrade this hooded look.
We're calling it now: Future generations will look back on Stranger Things' Eleven as a superhero.
We can't blame your toddler if his favorite superhero is Super Grover. After all, he's probably watching more Sesame Street than Avengers movies.
Don't tell us the Ghostbusters aren't superheroes! They may not have superpowers, but just like Batman, they go around the city rescuing people from terrifying creatures.
Your little guy will probably want to be taken very seriously in this muscular costume, but we don't blame you if the sight of him in makes you laugh when he's not looking.
Considering how heroic dogs are, it only makes sense to dress yours up as a superhero. This Superman dog costume looks especially regal on this eager pup, don't you think?
Make sure to pick up a for this costume — otherwise people may think you're an aircraft marshaller.
If you want to take this Guardians of the Galaxy costume to the next level, pick up some for the full effect.
We wouldn't blame you if you opted for more sensible footwear than going barefoot while wearing this costume. You would get so much more world-saving done in sneakers, no?
If the old-old school Lynda Carter Wonder Woman is more your speed, this retro version of the costume is right up your alley.
Even if your little one isn't quite old enough to see the latest Avengers flick, you can still encourage him to feel super.
This six-pack-equipped costume looks even more ripped than Ryan Reynolds. (Not that we're complaining — we'd watch him as Wade any day.)
If your kid can't stop talking about Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, this costume of the Tamaran princess is a surefire way to make trick-or-treating even more fun.
Wait for the Wonder Woman one — it's the best!