Photos: Britished-inspired Costumes from Anglophenia Readers

Anglophenia readers have been keen to send in their British-inspired costumes:

Jevon Claussen sent in a snap of her daughter as her "favorite Doctor Who monster."

Jevon Claussen sent in a snap of her daughter as her “favorite Doctor Who monster.”

Oh, well, we can't quite see you back there ....

Oh, well, we can’t quite see you back there ….

... ack! Sorry we said anything.

… ack! Sorry we said anything.

Tara Meader's 4-year-old son picked out his costume in August saying, "I am the Doctor, the one with the bow tie."

Tara Meader’s 4-year-old son picked out his costume back in August.

The Doctor can't go trick-or-treating without the TARDIS.

The Doctor can’t go trick-or-treating without his TARDIS.

Our very own intern extraordinaire Krissy Trujillo put her stamp on the TARDIS, wearing it to class.

Our very own intern extraordinaire Krissy Trujillo dressed as the TARDIS for class.

Heather Whitson Blackwell's lil' ones dressed as a mini Weeping Angel and Cyberman.

Heather Whitson Blackwell’s lil’ ones dressed as a mini Weeping Angel and Cyberman.

Katie Kervin Stanley, her 10-year-old daughter and her brother dressed up as Nine, Ten and Eleven.

Katie Kervin Stanley, her 8-year-old daughter and brother all dressed up as the Doctor.

Cara Nelson and her son played around the TARDIS.

Cara Nelson and her son played around the TARDIS.

The two had an "epic battle"  ... we're not sure who won.

The two had an “epic battle” … we’re not sure who won.

Julie Rosenberg's lil' chose the anonymous The Stig.

Julie Rosenberg’s lil’ guy rocks a Top Gear jumpsuit as The Stig.

Julie's hubby got in on the fun as Jeremy Clarkson ...

Julie’s hubby got in on the fun as Jeremy Clarkson …

... woah, scary.

… woah, good mask.

What did you dress up as for Halloween? Send us your pics