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20th Apr '17 4:54:40 PM Pichu-kun
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* Though he does spend a lot of time in his iconic outfit (which is just trousers and red boots), Astro is mostly fully-clothed in the ''Film/AstroBoy'' film. This is in-part due to him pretending to be human for much of the film.






* The Caribara adaptation of ''Manga/AstroBoy'' depicts Astro as fully-clothed. His traditional design is shirtless and with him wearing shorts, though he does wear clothes under various circumstances.



12th Apr '17 7:14:56 PM NightShade96
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** ''AdaptationalModesty/GameOfThrones''
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is no stranger to nudity; however, this has occurred several times.
** Scenes in Qarth do not depict the custom of women wearing gowns that expose one breast, as described in the [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire books]], mainly because this would have been way too distracting.
** The producers mention that several scenes in the first season, such as a clear case at Daenerys' wedding where a man is having sex with a woman RightThroughHisPants, had the character clothed because they were worried that they might ''violate public decency laws'' in Malta, the filming location.
** The scene where Bran witnesses [[spoiler:Cersei and Jaime]] having sex in the first episode of the series is changed from both characters being naked to them being covered up, partly out of consideration for Bran's underage actor and partly because Lena Headey is one of the few actresses in the show with enough clout to insist on a no-nudity clause in the first season.
** A scene where Catelyn and Ned Stark are naked and TalkingInBed is changed to them both being clothed. Presumably this is the actor's clout at work again.
** Due to laws about child nudity, a scene where Sansa Stark is stripped naked is changed to just having her dress ripped (with the implication that it would have gone further had Tyrion not intervened). [[spoiler: Tyrion also spares her from having to undress on their wedding night; in the book, he doesn't back off from consummating the marriage until everyone's naked.]]
** Giants in the book were ape-like humanoids covered in body hair and no clothing. Giants in the series aren't so hairy, and so wear clothing over their bodies.
** In the books, Shae is wearing only a golden necklace when Tyrion finds her in Tywin's bed. In the show, she's wearing a nightgown. She's still wearing the necklace, though...
** Arya strips herself naked when divesting herself of her possessions in the books. In "High Sparrow," she's already wearing a habit of the House of Black and White.
14th Mar '17 12:36:55 AM catstuxedo
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gives ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} a skirt instead of her iconic stage uniform costume. It's {{justified}} in that she was only fourteen at the time, and when she appears in ''Invasion'' at age nineteen she wears her comic attire.

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gives ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} a skirt instead of her iconic stage uniform costume. It's {{justified}} in that she was only fourteen at costume up until the time, and when she appears in ''Invasion'' at age nineteen she wears her comic attire.
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11th Mar '17 1:50:10 AM AireDaleDogz
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** When Adam and Eve are depicted (especially in children's media), they're usually covered by leaves, GodivaHair, or convenient trees and shrubs.
12th Feb '17 12:08:14 PM comicwriter
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** Mantis wears fairly conservative outfit with ches leggings, a far cry from her original oufit in the comics, which had a grass skirt and a shirt that showed off a lot of cleavage.

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** Mantis wears fairly conservative outfit with ches leggings, a far cry from her original oufit in costume from the comics, which had a grass skirt and a shirt that showed off a lot of cleavage.
12th Feb '17 12:07:06 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'':

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** * ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'':
12th Feb '17 12:06:31 PM comicwriter
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* ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' introduces Mantis, who wears a very faithful recreation of her costume from the comics, with the main difference being the addition of some leggings and the removal of the plunging v neck.

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* ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' introduces Mantis, who ** ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'':
** Mantis
wears fairly conservative outfit with ches leggings, a very faithful recreation of her costume far cry from her original oufit in the comics, with the main difference being the addition of some leggings which had a grass skirt and the removal a shirt that showed off a lot of the plunging v neck.cleavage.
** Likewise, Ayesha sports a very regal-looking golden gown, in contrast to her comic costume, which is a LeotardOfPower that also shows off a fair bit of cleavage DependingOnTheArtist.
6th Feb '17 3:42:30 PM WillBGood
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* Both Madelyne Prior and Emma Frost got hit with this in the ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' and ''Comicbook/AgeOfApocalypse'' tie-ins to ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}:

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* Both Madelyne Prior and Emma Frost got hit with this in the ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' and ''Comicbook/AgeOfApocalypse'' tie-ins to ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}:Wars|2015}}'':
6th Feb '17 3:42:05 PM WillBGood
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** Franchise/WonderWoman [[http://theculturednerd.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/justiceleaguewarmain.jpg sports a faux-turtleneck look]] complete with sleeves.

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** Franchise/WonderWoman [[http://theculturednerd.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/justiceleaguewarmain.jpg [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-zj-JPEz5G6o/U7zTimntANI/AAAAAAAAbWM/thXDePJcv2E/s1600/P6250297.JPG sports a faux-turtleneck look]] complete with sleeves.



* In ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', ComicBook/ScarletWitch, traditionally one of the most notoriously and frequently {{Stripperiffic}} superhero comics characters, wears a knee-length long-sleeved dress (albeit with some [[Zettai Ryouiki]]). Both Creator/JossWhedon and Creator/ElizabethOlsen have stated in interviews that it was established early on in casting that Olsen would not be required to wear any of the character's less modest comic outfits.

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* In ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', ComicBook/ScarletWitch, traditionally one of the most notoriously and frequently {{Stripperiffic}} superhero comics characters, wears a knee-length long-sleeved dress (albeit with some [[Zettai Ryouiki]]).ZettaiRyouiki). Both Creator/JossWhedon and Creator/ElizabethOlsen have stated in interviews that it was established early on in casting that Olsen would not be required to wear any of the character's less modest comic outfits.
5th Feb '17 1:39:29 AM Luppercus
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* Queen La when she shows up in ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfTarzan'' is considerably more modest than she was in Edgar Rice Burroughs's original books - where she was completely nude. Here she wears a cape and FurBikini.



* Queen La when she shows up in ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfTarzan'' is considerably more modest than she was in Edgar Rice Burroughs's original books - where she was completely nude. Here she wears a cape and FurBikini.

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* Queen La when she shows up in ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfTarzan'' is considerably more modest than she was in Edgar Rice Burroughs's original books - where she was completely nude. Here she wears a cape and FurBikini.
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