Disney’s latest computer animated flick for 2014 following closely on the footsteps of Wreck-It Ralph in 2012 and Frozen in 2013 is Big Hero 6 also slated to be released in the month of November in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season. Thanks to the merger of Marvel and Disney, Disney now has access to all the wonderful comics in the Marvel universe. In Big Hero 6 they are plucking one of the more obscure Marvel properties for sure but giving it the Disney treatment and leaving some wiggle room for interpretation. Get an early jump on the Halloween season with your amazing foresight and you will be virtually guaranteed no one will be wearing a Hiro costume like yourself because the movie won’t even have come out yet! With these official stills from Disney Pictures you can pretty easily put together your own Hiro costume (at least his street clothes version) fairly easily. The only real trouble would be finding people who actually could identify your costume, as people who actually know about Big Hero 6 are going to be few and far between. You have your choice between hero and normal versions of Hiro Hamada who is voiced by Ryan Potter. Hiro is a 14-year-old teen who loves robots and builds a cuddly white robot named Baymax. Hiro’s costume is fairly easy to imitate requiring a red shirt, blue zip up hoodie, and long brown cargo shorts.