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We’ve seen double rainbows. We’ve seen superheroes. And the executive team at Big Fish Games is dressed up as members of the 70s super rockers KISS.

Halloween is one of the best geek holidays of all, and to celebrate we’re collecting some of the most fun and unusual costumes today. Send us your favorites with a short description to and we’ll post in our gallery if it’s suitable for our geek audience.

Here’s a look at some of the photos we’ve compiled so far, but I know there’s more.

–Seventeen members from Zillow’s marketing team recreated the famous “Double Rainbow” on Friday, the hilarious YouTube video that’s attracted more than 31 million views to date. Zillow’s double rainbow even includes a cloud, a pot of gold, a leprechaun and a mystical unicorn. (Now, just imagine what would have happened if Hungrybear saw this?)

Zombie meets space man on Seattle’s South Lake Union street car on Friday. (Aaron Briggs, Lifestring Photography).

Classic 70s rockers, aka the executive team at Big Fish Games. From left to right: CTO Ian Hurlock-Jones; CEO Jeremy Lewis (with the Gene Simmons tongue); and COO John Holland.

“Mess with the TeachStreet crew on Halloween and sooner or later a failed military experiment, Oddjob, and Mr. T. will come after you,” says Joseph Sunga, center, pictured with Scott Windsor and Phil Nash.

“Zombie studios game designer Jaimy McCarthy and INRIX software design engineer Jim England want to eat your brains.”

Employees of Wetpaint get into the Halloween spirit before their office party.

Mad Max meets Angry Birds, aka Scott Smith.

Members of the marketing and client services team at Hornall Anderson as “Tweets.”

A Cheezburger Jack-o-Lantern.

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