Sales of masks bearing the dictator’s likeness have surged online, ahead of Halloween on October 31.
Online shoppers have been snapping up a variety of Kim-inspired facewear, ranging from 99p cardboard masks to full latex headgear costing anywhere between £22 and £100 – of varying degrees of quality.
As long as the Pyongyang despot does not make good on his vow to obliterate his enemies with a nuclear missile, it seems Halloween partygoers can expect to celebrate Halloween imitating Kim.
Kim has dominated the headlines this year, thanks to his continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and his increasingly incendiary war-of words with US President Donald Trump.
The prospect of nuclear apocalypse has haunted the globe for most of this year, so it is perhaps unsurprising fancy dress lovers are deciding to pay tribute to the crisis’ two key players.
Mr Trump is also set to be a popular costume choice this Halloween.
Last week Poundland said it was offloading President face masks and copies of his famous red Make America Greay Again baseball hats in a Halloween sale.
The merchandise had originally been created in anticpation of Mr Trump’s state visit to Britain.
But the trip appears to have been postponed, after Theresa May’s invitation to the US President sparked outrage and an online petition signed by thousands of people.
Although there has been no official word from the Prime Minister, the proposed visit was omitted from the Queen’s Speech in June, suggesting the trip has been indefinitely shelved.