Dress as Britain’s Superhero Union Jack This Halloween

Dress as Britain’s Superhero Union Jack This Halloween

Joey Chapman was the son of a shipbuilder when he was thrust into taking over for the original Union Jack. He donned the Union Jack superhero costume and helped Captain America defeat Baron Blood. From then on, he achieved the vaunted status of Britain’s super hero in the Union Jack comics.

Wear the Union Jack Superhero Costume this Halloween

With Halloween around the corner, a Union Jack superhero costume could be the talk of your costume party.

  • The costume, with a bold UK flag emblazoned across the front, is not as well known among Marvel superheroes.
  • That obscurity could be the conversation starter you need to finally talk to your friend’s cousin whose naughty nurse costume you’ve been eyeing for some time.
  • Union Jack’s popularity as an Avengers Alliance video game character is growing. One player on GameFAQs.com said Union Jack is his second favourite player, which prompted Raugh the Evil Dwarf to add, “I’m loving him too. Doesn’t do a whole lot of damage, but he makes up for it in volume.” Sounds like something you may aspire to pull off at a party if dressed as Britain’s super hero.

Know Your Jack Trivia

  • If your competition is dressed as the popular DC Comics superhero Batman, explain that Jack came from a more modest background, and is therefore more attuned to human suffering, which makes for a better superhero and lover (then wink at nearest potential mate).
  • Tell the faux Batman that Jack works alone. He doesn’t need a Robin or Batwoman.
  • Stress that you represent and protect an entire country, while Batman can barely handle one city.

One last thing before you embark on a night as Jack: Costume designers have made a sexy Jack costume for women. You may run into a female dressed as the same hero as you. Sounds like a power couple to me.

DIY Union Jack Superhero Costume

We provide several products to allow you to hide your real identity when you become a Union Jack Super hero – Union Jack Mask, Cape, Union Jack T-shirt, Afro wig(optional)

Top Things to do in Yorkshire on a Wet Bank Holiday Weekend

Top Things to do in Yorkshire on a Wet Bank Holiday Weekend

Rich with history, Yorkshire is a superior holiday destination with an ample array of tourist attractions. What follows is a smattering of activities and places to visit in Yorkshire, perfect for individuals and families.


• Castle lovers will want to explore Scarborough Castle. This historical nugget is over 3,000 years old and sits on a rocky promontory, facing out upon the North Sea.
• Grand entertainment can be found at the fantastic Open Air Theatre, the largest of its kind in Europe, featuring UK sensations and famous bands from around the world.
• Check out the North Bay Railway, where there is a myriad of activities including a chance to drive the train for a fee.


• Popular Bridlington Beach offers a beautiful ocean experience, as does the more tranquil Fraisthorpe Beach, a great place to avoid hustle and bustle.
• Golfers young and mature will enjoy Bridlington Links, an excellent course abutting the water with a good cuisine at the bar.
• Visit the gorgeous Sewerby Hall and Gardens and feast your eyes on pleasant scenery or take the family to its small zoo.


• The Old Town section of Hull is definitely worth a day’s visit. The architecture predates WWII and the pubs nearby offer very swell eating.
• The Hands on History Museum in Hull is ideal for families to dive into the past, and is also free of charge.
• The Deep is a submerged, aquatic museum where viewers walk through a glass tunnel, surrounded by over 3,000 fish and sharks.


• Visit York Castle Museum and experience a Victorian era street with ornate shops.
• Hop in the driver’s seat of a Lamborghini or Ferrari at the 6th Gear Experience at Elvington Airfield and experience extreme fun!
• The York Maze is a great spot where you can wander with the entire family in an intricate labyrinth of corn, complete with over 30 rides and activities.


• Visit the stunningly beautiful Ripon Cathedral, over 1300 years old. If you are lucky, the choir will be practicing, adding a real charm.
• Drink hand-pulled ales and excellent pub grub at the newly renovated Swan on the Stray pub.
• Nearly 1,000 years old, Knaresborough Castle offers, fantastic views of the quaint countryside. It contains a bowling green and hosts live music frequently.


• Parcevall Hall Gardens offer blissful gardens to explore, with a panoramic view of the Yorkshire countryside.
• Kilnsey Trekking & Riding Centre is a good way to enjoy the countryside from horseback, with several guided trips.
• Good family dining can be had at Bizzie Lizzies, a fish and chips shop of the year.

Visit Yorkshire and explore this history endowed town surrounded by rich countryside.