Lyle, the burnout tiger from Achewood.
Yotsuba! I've been enjoying this manga as much as Azumanga Daioh, for the same reasons--really nails slice of life childhood humor, almost Peanuts-like and elegant.
This year's last minute half-assed one, done at the suggestion of a coworker. The 90's anime aesthetic, where characters have very angular features and chunky segmented hair, makes for easy pumpkin templates.
Shounen Bat of Paranoia Agent fame. I love Satoshi Kon.
I wasn't terribly taken with Howl's Moving Castle, but an enchanted fire makes an awful lot of sense as a pumpkin subject. Lots of Dremel work here to remove different layers of skin and get different shades of the fire. I'm not especially satisfied with how it came out, though.
2005's porch lineup.