Star Wars Angry Birds Costumes

Angry Birds Star Wars Luke Skywalker Costume

Last year there were these really cool Angry Rebel t-shirts that were a Star Wars / Angry Bids mashup, such as this Angry Chewbacca Han Solo T-Shirt. Someone at Rovio must have spotted these and like them, because they appear to be the inspiration for these Star Wars Angry Birds Costumes. Naturally, the good guys, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia, look like birds, while the dark side, Darth Vader and Stormtrooper, are represented as pigs. They’re available in both kids and adult sizes, so everyone can share in the fun.

Angry Birds Star Wars Darth Vader Costume

If you prefer the traditional Angry Birds, check out these Costumes, Baby Costumes, and Masks. However, I just can’t see many GeekAlerts’ readers favoring those over these Angry Birds Star Wars costumes.

Angry Birds Star Wars Princess Leia Costume

Bringing together one of the most popular apps in the world with the ultimate movie ever, Rubie’s Costume Company bring you Star Wars Angry Birds. Quality foam tunic means the costume will keep your bird shape as you manuever around the party or streets with your flock. This is as classic as peanutbutter and jelly, available in 4 characters to match Angry Birds. Rubie’s Costume Company has been making mascots, rental quality costumes, masks, wigs, accessories, shoes, and costumes since 1950.

Angry Birds Star Wars Stormtrooper Costume

Angry Birds Star Wars Costumes

  • Choose Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, Luke Skywalker, or Princess Leia
  • Children’s sizes and adult sizes
  • Sturdy foam tunic costume
  • Face hole at top/front of helmet, arm come out the sides
  • Officially licensed product in partnership by LucasFilm and Rovio

Star Wars Angry Birds Costumes are available in children’s and adult sizes from $39.99 at Amazon.com.

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Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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