Gay Houston embraced its inner superhero on Saturday at Neon Boots, unveiling their take on everything from Superman to Wonder Woman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and so much more.
And for gays of a certain age, there was even a pair channeling Tom Cruise circa 1983. The socks. The tighty whities. The button-downed shirt. So "Risky Business."
The costumed fun came during the gay country bar's "Heroes, Booze & Boots" Halloween celebration on Saturday. The night featured a costume contest and nearly $1,000 in cash prizes.
Photos by Rob Martinez
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