A teenaged boy in his early 20s was inspired to make a superhero costume out of the popular Beetlejuiced cartoon.
The boy, who is not being named in the story, is from Winnipeg, Manitoba.
“The costume was inspired by a comic book I had that had a lot of fun with superheroes and monsters and was inspired with Beetlejuices,” the boy said in an interview.
“I was inspired when I saw the Beetlejuites cartoons, and I was thinking ‘Hey, I’m going to make this my superhero costume.'”
The teen decided to make the costume using an old Beetlejuite toy that was being used to decorate his bedroom.
The costume was made of vinyl vinyl, which he found online.
It is made of PVC pipe and the front has a metal plate to hold the head of the costume, a plastic plate to cover the legs and a plastic band that fits around the waist.
“It’s actually quite simple,” he said.
He said it was a fun project and he was impressed by the creativity and attention to detail. “
Once you put it together, it looks a bit like a Beetlejuine.”
He said it was a fun project and he was impressed by the creativity and attention to detail.
“This kid is just really talented,” he added.
“He has such an enthusiasm for it.”