From bearish superheroes to sailors, devilishly sexy angels, clowns and more, the crowd at Heretic made the most of the club's Halloween party.
Heretic knows how to do Halloween. Bear Witch, anyone? And the club delivered again this year with DJ Mike Pope and $1,500 in costume prizes for its annual party on Oct. 27.
On Saturday, the Wussy Mag queens took over, lining up Milk from "RuPaul's Drag Race" for the third rendition of Shalloween. It packed the place.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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