Jim Adams — Senior Editor
Before he was web-slinging across Manhattan's rooftops fighting crime, Spider-Man was out collecting candy. Unmasked!
Jeffrey Contray — Managing Editor
Costume: Jeff Skywalker
Julia DiNardo — stylenotes Editor
This Halloween, I wasn't sure if I would participate in dressing up as I have come to be relatively disgusted by many Halloween costumes for women (mainly due to the fact that they all somehow seem to involve a teeny-weeny skirt, fishnets, and lots of cleavage). So I decided to work with what I already had. I bought a kitty mask, dressed in minimalist black from head to toe, and made a tail out of an old black t-shirt. Voila (or shall I say "meow") — Julia, the Halloween Pretty Kitty, was born!
Jeff Somogyi — Senior Staffwriter
Costume: Doctor Who (the Tom Baker years)
Yes: Doctor Who. I think this picture proves that at a young age, I won the crown for King Of The Nerds. Also, being seven years old, I didn't realize that not everyone in America was watching the same TV that I was. So, I was shocked to find that every house I visited — EVERY ONE — the person would open the door and ask, "And who are you supposed to be?" And I would say, with a big grin, "Doctor Who, of course!" And they'd frown, look at me weird, chuckle politely, hand over a roll of NECCO waffers, and quickly close the door. I suppose they thought I was a bit mental. And I was: Mental for Doctor Who!
Cherri Simonds — Office Manager
There's a funny story behind my devil costume. I was working in the mall at the time and a big group of Japanese tourists armed with cameras around their necks surrounded me, asking me to take photos with all of them. I felt like Mickey Mouse at DisneyLand. I couldn't understand a word they were saying and they kept bowing and thanking me. I'm sure when they returned home they said, "See! I told you America is the big Satan!"
Louis Ramirez — Features Editor