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15th Jun '18 7:18:49 AM AnOldFriend
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* ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'s uniform is a duster over clothes. In the case of The Captain, it's a t-shirt and spandex for everyone else.



* ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'s uniform is a duster over clothes. In the case of The Captain, it's a t-shirt and spandex for everyone else.

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* ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'s uniform is a duster over clothes. In the case of The Captain, it's a t-shirt and spandex for everyone else.

15th Jun '18 7:18:21 AM AnOldFriend
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* ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}'s uniform is a duster over clothes. In the case of The Captain, it's a t-shirt and spandex for everyone else.
8th Jun '18 5:28:37 PM ChrisCmoney
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* The animated version of Morph from ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' sometimes wore a jacket over his spandex and Rogue always did.

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* ''WesternAnimation/XMen'':
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The animated version of Morph from ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' ''X-Men'' sometimes wore a jacket over his spandex and Rogue always did.did.
** Colossus does not wear his usual red and gold costume from the comics, instead wearing a tank top, pants, shoes, and wristbands. The comic book adaptation of the TV series kept his costume though.
1st Jun '18 11:04:02 AM caivu
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'', Cheetah's outfit is a sports bra and shorts (along with FingerlessGloves and ankle wraps), and would not be out of place at a gym.
9th May '18 3:25:33 AM JackG
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** Justified in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Steve Rogers starts off wearing corny CaptainPatriotic tights for USO propaganda shows, because he's never meant to see combat. When he rushes off on an unauthorized mission to save some POW's, he throws on a helmet, jacket and other military gear he finds lying around. After this he becomes a genuine SuperSoldier and so designs a more practical outfit for combat, but keeps the CaptainPatriotic motif because he admits the shtick has grown on him (and because he's still being used for propaganda, albeit the more genuine kind).

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** Justified in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Steve Rogers starts off wearing corny CaptainPatriotic tights for USO propaganda shows, because he's never meant to see combat. When he rushes off on an unauthorized mission to save some POW's, he throws puts on a helmet, leather jacket and other 'borrowed' military gear he finds lying around. on top of the outfit. After this he becomes a genuine SuperSoldier and so designs a more practical outfit uniform for combat, but keeps the CaptainPatriotic motif because he admits the shtick has grown on him (and because he's still being used for propaganda, albeit the of a more genuine kind).
9th May '18 3:24:09 AM JackG
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** Justified in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Steve Rogers starts off wearing this corny CaptainPatriotic tights for USO propaganda shows, because he's never meant to see combat. When he rushes off on an unauthorized mission to save some POW's, he throws on a helmet, jacket and other military gear he finds lying around. After this he becomes a genuine SuperSoldier and so designs a more practical outfit for combat, but keeps the CaptainPatriotic motif because he admits the shtick has grown on him (and because he's still being used for propaganda, albeit the more genuine kind).

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** Justified in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Steve Rogers starts off wearing this corny CaptainPatriotic tights for USO propaganda shows, because he's never meant to see combat. When he rushes off on an unauthorized mission to save some POW's, he throws on a helmet, jacket and other military gear he finds lying around. After this he becomes a genuine SuperSoldier and so designs a more practical outfit for combat, but keeps the CaptainPatriotic motif because he admits the shtick has grown on him (and because he's still being used for propaganda, albeit the more genuine kind).
9th May '18 3:23:37 AM JackG
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** Justified in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Steve Rogers starts off wearing this corny CaptainPatriotic tights for USO propaganda shows, because he's never meant to see combat. When he rushes off on an unauthorized mission to save some POW's, he throws on a helmet, jacket and other military gear he finds lying around. After this he becomes a genuine SuperSoldier and so designs a more practical outfit for combat, but keeps the CaptainPatriotic motif because he admits the shtick has grown on him (and because he's still being used for propaganda, albeit the more genuine kind).
23rd Apr '18 6:54:56 AM Muppet
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* ''WebOriginal/SocietyOfVirtue'' has Black Badness, who mostly wears ordinary clothes and a domino mask.
3rd Feb '18 1:19:32 PM nombretomado
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* [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Jason Todd's]] original Red Hood getup consisted of combat boots, cargo pants, a bomber jacket and a motorcycle helmet. After the ''New52'', his costume was changed to incorporate an armored bodysuit and his helmet was upgraded, but he kept the jacket.

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* [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Jason Todd's]] original Red Hood getup consisted of combat boots, cargo pants, a bomber jacket and a motorcycle helmet. After the ''New52'', ''ComicBook/New52'', his costume was changed to incorporate an armored bodysuit and his helmet was upgraded, but he kept the jacket.
13th Jan '18 5:26:07 AM erforce
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* ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'': The very first few issues of the series had the team working in regular clothing. Justified, as the entire premise of the book was to do away with superhero cliches like costumes and secret identities. The writing team was forced to add the now iconic blue and white tights after numerous protests by fans.
* ''Comicbook/XMen'':

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* ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'': ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'': The very first few issues of the series had the team working in regular clothing. Justified, as the entire premise of the book was to do away with superhero cliches like costumes and secret identities. The writing team was forced to add the now iconic blue and white tights after numerous protests by fans.
* ''Comicbook/XMen'':''ComicBook/XMen'':



* The leather suits from the ''X-Men'' film franchise.
** Lampshaded in ''Film/XMen''. What did you expect, yellow spandex?

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* The leather suits from the ''X-Men'' film franchise.''Film/XMenFilmSeries''.
** Lampshaded in ''Film/XMen''.''Film/XMen1''. What did you expect, yellow spandex?
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