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Halloween Heroes & Villains Desktop Wallpapers

This All Hallow's Eve the Eggheads are going all out to entertain you with some more fantastic desktop wallpapers. From super heroes and supernatural villains, to movie stars, princesses, and boy wizards, the Egghead's Hallowe'en costumes cover fairy tales, fantasies, fears and dreams.

Choose what you'd like to be this Hallowe'en and decorate your desktop with your favorite:

Each desktop wallpaper comes in multiple resolutions to fit any monitor perfectly, all the way from tiny 15" monitors to 30" Cinema Displays.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Snow White Desktop Wallpaper
Snow White Desktop Wallpaper


Snow White and the Seven Dwarves live in happy bliss as the evil witch queen plots against Snowy in the background. This Hallowe'en, it's up to you to decide, "If I were Snow White..." As for us Eggheads here at ALTools, we'd probably stop eating apples.

Harry's Hallowe'en

Harry's Hallowe'en Desktop Wallpaper
Harry's Hallowe'en Desktop Wallpaper


Trick or treat, there's a magical feat waiting for you in this high-quality desktop wallpaper. So wave your magic mouse and download it today!

Superegg, Spideregg, and Bategg

Super Heroes Desktop Wallpaper
Super Heroes Desktop Wallpaper


Everyone wants super powers, and this Hallowe'en you can have them. Fly through the sky, swing between skyscrapers, and pounce from the shadows to capture this wallpaper for your desktop.

Hallowe'en Supernatural Villains

Jason and Chucky Desktop Wallpaper
Jason and Chucky Desktop Wallpaper


Few things are immortal or eternal. Evil is one of them. Cursed to never die, these two Eggheads are looking for only one thing this Hallowe'en... To hear you scream...

Elvis and the Playegg Bunny

Elvis and the Playegg Bunny Desktop Wallpaper
Elvis and the Playegg Bunny Desktop Wallpaper


Rock 'n' Roll Baby! The King is nigh! So if you're planning to party this Hallowe'en, party like a star with the King and get this wallpaper on your desktop today!

About Hallowe'en

While Saint Patrick's Day is almost certainly the best known as a specifically Irish festival, Hallowe'en also has it's origins amongst the Celts and most likely originated in Ireland as Samhain centuries before the arrival of Christianity in the British Isles.

"Samhain Night" marked the end of summer when the dead would come back to the mortal world, so the Celts would light large bonfires to ward off evil spirits.

In 835 A.D. Pope Gregory IV set November 1st as "All Hallows' Day", and over time, Samhain came to be called "All Hallows' Even" or Hallowe'en.

While Hallowe'en is most popular in Ireland, it was imported to the United States and Canada in the 19th century by Irish and Scottish immigrants. With nearly two million Irish immigrants coming to North America during the Irish Potato Famine between 1845 to 1849, how Hallowe'en took root so strongly is easier to understand.

Today Hallowe'en retains much of it's ancient imagery of fire, death, the undead, and the underworld with jack-o'-lanterns, ghosts, goblins, witches, skeletons, demons and other dark symbols adorning schools, houses, and business establishments. Hallowe'en is second only to Christmas in the United States as a revenue generating holiday for retailers.