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- 100% Polyester
- Machine Wash Cold Gentle Cycle, No Bleach, Line Dry, Cool Iron.
- Complete costume package includes jacket, shirt, pants, vest, tie, gloves, wig and makeup kit
- Official dark knight licensed costume from rubie's costume co., inc. item
- Made In China
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From the manufacturer
"It's a funny world we live in. Speaking of which, do you know how I got these scars?" Of all the villains that Batman has faced none have been as bad as the Joker. This clown prince of crime has spent his entire life trying to make life pretty horrible for dark knight. Why does he do this? Because to him nothing is funnier than seeing Batman in danger or feeling horrible. Now you can look just like the Joker did in The Dark Knight with this deluxe costume. - Jacket - Shirt - Pants - Vest - Tie - Pair of gloves - Makeup Kit (Not included with rental) - Wig (Not included with rental)
Batman will not find this Joker to be very funny at all. Super-villan Joker costume replicated from the famous 2008 Dark Knight movie will make you a hit at your next party. The ominous outfit includes a brightly colored duster style jacket, purple pants, clashing green vest and tie and leather-like coordinating gloves. Wig and Joker makeup kit complete the look.
- Package Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003O869WI
- Item model number: 56215
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 31, 2008
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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The coat and shirt button holes were still sewn shut, so whoever made the costume machined out the button area, but didn't cut any holes in the coat or shirt for the buttons to go through. And the gloves are a joke, they were complete trash, the fingers weren't long enough, the thumb looked like a flipper, I ended up cutting the finger tips off, that actually turned out to be a really good idea, but the gloves immediately started to tear at the seams because of that, so it's a one time thing.
The makeup that comes with the costume is terrible, the scars will have visible seams once applied to your face, the glue that came with it was completely dried up and unusable. We ended up going to a local costume store and bought some glue and scar putty which worked out far better than what they provided. I didn't use the wig since I intended to paint my face and hair from the beginning, so I can't comment on that.
Overall this costume was very hit and miss. The sizing chart recommended the XL for me, I'm not sure that Rubies QC makes sure that all of the pieces that go out are all the same size. I was highly disappointed with the majority of it out of the box. I went to a tailor and got it fitted, which I had planned on doing regardless. I was hoping that the costume would be over-sized from the beginning giving my tailor a good amount of fabric to work with. With most of the pieces I wanted to tailor either being too snug or short so I didn't have much work for her.
Bottom line I expected better for the money. This costume cost me nearly another $50 to make up for the shortcomings in QC. However, I should mention that the wife and I went as Joker and Harley Quinn, we did still win the best costumes of the night, so despite this falling short of my expectations, it still went over well, but we did put a ton of work into the makeup.
How we made it work:
Hemmed pants, used excess material to make belt loops. Washed and ironed pant creases to make them look like better quality. (Very thin material)
Reinforced stitching in several places on vest where it was coming apart. Took the buttons off of the vest and reattached in correct alignment with button holes. Reinforced button holes.
Hemmed the cuffs on the jacket so the lining didn't slip out every time he put it on.
Steamed the wrinkles out of the jacket, used makeup to make the vest and jacket look a little dirty/disheveled like it does in the movie.
Hubby put a bit of coconut oil in the wig and snipped some of the front pieces shorter. He also wore a wig cap (purchased separately) underneath and said it helped the wig to feel like it fit better than when he tried it on with the hairnet provided.
After all that, he looked great! But it was a lot of work considering it was something like $170!
Most recent customer reviews
don't waste your time
Poor quality the shirt is missing a button
the pants don't stay up and the pockets are a joke
Gloves are not wearable, one is two sizes smaller because of stitching.
The tie is small and not stitched well.Read more