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* Joujirou from ''Anime/{{Charlotte}}'' is actually fairly toned, which he explains as helping reduce the damage from his SuperSpeed ability. Yuu [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] on it when he sees Joujirou shirtless in Episode 5.
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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist's'' Edward Elric is a short, intellectual teenager, but so incredibly buff under his jacket that he ends up [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]], like, almost every other fight scene.
** It's also initially done to hide his automail arm and leg. By the way he runs around before it's revealed, you'd never guess he was a double amputee.
* ''Manga/{{Dragonball}}'' has Master Roshi, a scrawny little hunchbacked pervert who almost ''doubles'' in height, shoulder width and muscle mass when he first takes off his shirt.

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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist's'' Edward Elric is a short, intellectual teenager, but so incredibly buff under his jacket that he ends up [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]], like, almost every other fight scene.
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scene. It's also initially done to hide his automail arm and leg. By the way he runs around before it's revealed, you'd never guess he was a double amputee.
* ''Manga/{{Dragonball}}'' has ''Manga/DragonBall'':
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Master Roshi, a scrawny little hunchbacked pervert who almost ''doubles'' in height, shoulder width and muscle mass when he first takes off his shirt.



* Takamatsu from ''Anime/AngelBeats!'' tears off his shirt dramatically in the middle of class and reveals a very muscular figure in episode 5. No one cares.
-->'''Takamatsu''': Sensei, the truth is, I actually look thinner wearing clothes!\\
'''Teacher''': I see that, sit down.
** Then when he rejoins the group no one cares about his reveal and Yuri just chastises him for not thinking of a better distraction.
-->'''Takamatsu''': I thought it would be surprising, that no one would see it coming, I train in secret...\\
'''Hinata''': Yes yes, put some clothes on.

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* Takamatsu from ''Anime/AngelBeats!'' ''Anime/AngelBeats'' tears off his shirt dramatically in the middle of class and reveals a very muscular figure in episode 5. No one No-one cares.
-->'''Takamatsu''': -->'''Takamatsu:''' Sensei, the truth is, I actually look thinner wearing clothes!\\
'''Teacher''': '''Teacher:''' I see that, sit down.
** :: Then when he rejoins the group no one cares about his reveal and Yuri just chastises him for not thinking of a better distraction.
-->'''Takamatsu''': -->'''Takamatsu:''' I thought it would be surprising, that no one no-one would see it coming, I train in secret...\\
'''Hinata''': '''Hinata:''' Yes yes, put some clothes on.



* Kamishiro Yuu from ''{{Holyland}}'' looks harmless under his school uniform, but, as his opponents quickly learn and a classmate who grabbed his arm once commented, his muscles are rock-hard from all of that street fighting.

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* Kamishiro Yuu from ''{{Holyland}}'' ''Manga/{{Holyland}}'' looks harmless under his school uniform, but, as his opponents quickly learn and a classmate who grabbed his arm once commented, his muscles are rock-hard from all of that street fighting.



* Comicbook/{{Superman}} offers the TropeNamer, as his alter ego, Clark Kent, was modeled specifically for this purpose; namely, a spineless man (with glasses, of course) to hide his superhuman strength. ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman'' has him wearing multiple layers of clothing to appear ''flabby'' rather than skinny.
** In some depictions, his glasses are also used to hide eyes so incredibly blue and bright they clearly aren't human.
** Possibly the greatest success of [[Film/{{Superman}} the Christopher Reeve movies]] was that he could pull off both meek Clark Kent and Superman and still fool people on the set into thinking that he was two different actors. Sure, the ClarkKenting jokes still won't stop, but people generally agree that Reeve made it believable.

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* Comicbook/{{Superman}} offers the TropeNamer, as his alter ego, Clark Kent, was is modeled specifically for this purpose; namely, a spineless man (with glasses, of course) to hide his superhuman strength. ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman'' has him wearing multiple layers of clothing to appear ''flabby'' rather than skinny.
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skinny. In some depictions, his glasses are also used to hide eyes so incredibly blue and bright they clearly aren't human.
** Possibly the greatest success of [[Film/{{Superman}} the Christopher Reeve movies]] was that he could pull off both meek Clark Kent and Superman and still fool people on the set into thinking that he was two different actors. Sure, the ClarkKenting jokes still won't stop, but people generally agree that Reeve made it believable.
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** There was an issue of Spectacular Spider-Man where a private detective had deduced who Spider-Man was, and suggested that Spidey (who he remarked was built very lean, but "like a Ferrari") would most likely utilize baggy clothes to hide his physique. Unfortunately for him, [[spoiler: he deduced that ''Jameson'' was Spider-Man. Jameson was most likely not amused.]]
** In ''Comicbook/UltimateSpiderMan'', Gwen notes that Peter's "all muscle" when she, Peter and Eddie Brock are crammed into the same car. He claims to be into pilates.

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** There was an issue of Spectacular Spider-Man ''Spectacular Spider-Man'' where a private detective had has deduced who Spider-Man was, is, and suggested suggests that Spidey (who he remarked was built very lean, but "like a Ferrari") would most likely utilize baggy clothes to hide his physique. Unfortunately for him, [[spoiler: he deduced [[spoiler:he deduces that ''Jameson'' was is Spider-Man. Jameson was is most likely not amused.]]
** In ''Comicbook/UltimateSpiderMan'', ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'', Gwen notes that Peter's "all muscle" when she, Peter and Eddie Brock are crammed into the same car. He claims to be into pilates.



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* One of the best examples comes from the 1985 Creator/JackieChan / Creator/SammoHung action comedy ''My Lucky Stars''. Michiko Nishiwaki, in her first film role, is seen in the first part of the film wearing a kimono and acting in a very stereotypically demure Japanese lady-like way. And then she takes off the kimono. To understand the significance of this, Michiko Nishiwaki was Japan's first female powerlifting champion and the nation's first female bodybuilding champion.
* Standard in any Creator/BruceLee movie. Since he tended to play [[BewareTheNiceOnes Nice Guys who are pushed too far]] he would almost always begin his movies in slightly baggy clothing to hide the fact that he looks like he was twisted out of steel cable.

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* ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'': Possibly the greatest success of the Christopher Reeve movies was that he could pull off both meek Clark Kent and Superman and still fool people on the set into thinking that he was two different actors. Sure, the ClarkKenting jokes still won't stop, but people generally agree that Reeve made it believable.
* One of the best examples comes from the 1985 Creator/JackieChan / Creator/SammoHung Creator/JackieChan[=/=]Creator/SammoHung action comedy ''My Lucky Stars''.''Film/MyLuckyStar''. Michiko Nishiwaki, in her first film role, is seen in the first part of the film wearing a kimono and acting in a very stereotypically demure Japanese lady-like way. And then she takes off the kimono. To understand the significance of this, Michiko Nishiwaki was Japan's first female powerlifting champion and the nation's first female bodybuilding champion.
* Standard in any Creator/BruceLee movie. Since he tended tends to play [[BewareTheNiceOnes Nice Guys who are pushed too far]] he would almost always begin his movies in slightly baggy clothing to hide the fact that he looks like he was twisted out of steel cable.



* A possibly unintentional example; Xander from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' is fairly ripped for a [[HollywoodHomely supposedly unattractive]] geek. Up until the season 2 episode "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E20GoFish Go Fish]]" Xander's outfits were scruffy over sized Hawaiian shirts. Then he joins the swim team. Even Cordelia looks interested.
* Nerdy Billy Cranston from MightyMorphinPowerRangers was often seen wearing baggy overalls and shirts that were a size or two too big. This was to hide the fact that his actor, David Yost, was a professional gymnast and built like a plow horse.

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* A possibly unintentional example; Xander from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' is fairly ripped for a [[HollywoodHomely supposedly unattractive]] geek. Up until the season 2 episode "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E20GoFish Go Fish]]" [[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E20GoFish "Go Fish"]] Xander's outfits were scruffy over sized oversized Hawaiian shirts. Then he joins the swim team. Even Cordelia looks interested.
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* Nerdy Billy Cranston from MightyMorphinPowerRangers was ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' is often seen wearing baggy overalls and shirts that were are a size or two too big. This was is to hide the fact that his actor, David Yost, was is a professional gymnast and built like a plow horse.



* Crispin Glover as he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALapHYNSmoA infamously appeared on]] ''Late Night with [[Creator/DavidLetterman David Letterman]]'' looked especially scrawny, and he was just wearing a short-sleeved T-shirt... until he tried to challenge Letterman to arm wrestling, at which point Glover pulled up his sleeve and showed off his ridiculously muscled biceps to the audience.
* Oddly, Jenny's fiancé from the first season of ''Series/TheLWord'' was like this. Any scene where he took his shirt off was hard to pay attention to while trying to figure out where he'd been hiding those incredibly well-developed arms.

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* Crispin Glover as he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALapHYNSmoA infamously appeared on]] ''Late Night with [[Creator/DavidLetterman David Letterman]]'' Creator/DavidLetterman'' looked especially scrawny, and he was just wearing a short-sleeved T-shirt... until he tried to challenge Letterman to arm wrestling, at which point Glover pulled up his sleeve and showed off his ridiculously muscled biceps to the audience.
* Oddly, Jenny's fiancé from the first season of ''Series/TheLWord'' was is like this. Any scene where he took takes his shirt off was is hard to pay attention to while trying to figure out where he'd been hiding those incredibly well-developed arms.



* In ''Series/StargateSG1'', Daniel Jackson wore baggy shirts for the first few seasons of the series and fit the stereotypical nerd profile, but later on he TookALevelInBadass and got to show off some impressive biceps.
* Jimmy Palmer from ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' was revealed in season 9 to have a great set of abs. To Abbs, and even Gibbs comments.

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* In ''Series/StargateSG1'', Daniel Jackson wore wears baggy shirts for the first few seasons of the series and fit the stereotypical nerd profile, but later on he TookALevelInBadass and got gets to show off some impressive biceps.
* Jimmy Palmer from ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' was is revealed in season 9 to have a great set of abs. To Abbs, Abby, and even Gibbs comments.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The Fourth Doctor - although he's less buff than solid and sinewy, there's no way you'd know underneath sixteen feet of garter stitch and layers and layers of Regency clothing. This is why "The Deadly Assassin" gives him a scene where he's dressed only in slim-cut trousers and a Mr Darcy shirt and [[SexySoakedShirt has him get soaking wet]] during a fight scene.
* In-universe, Atalanta in ''[[Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys Let The Games Begin]]''. She was wearing a dress until she challenged her nephew to arm-wrestling. Her nephew was in shock when he saw how buff she was.
** Another in-universe example in ''If I Had A Hammer...''. Atalanta was again in a dress, until she got involved in a fight. After the fight (where her dress was torn off), her boyfriend left her as he had no idea how buff she was.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The Fourth Doctor - -- although he's less buff than solid and sinewy, there's no way you'd know underneath sixteen feet of garter stitch and layers and layers of Regency clothing. This is why "The Deadly Assassin" gives him a scene where he's dressed only in slim-cut trousers and a Mr Darcy shirt and [[SexySoakedShirt has him get soaking wet]] during a fight scene.
* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'':
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In-universe, Atalanta in ''[[Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys Let The "Let the Games Begin]]''. Begin". She was is wearing a dress until she challenged challenges her nephew to arm-wrestling. Her nephew was is in shock when he saw sees how buff she was.
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** Another in-universe example in ''If "If I Had A a Hammer...''. ". Atalanta was is again in a dress, until she got gets involved in a fight. After the fight (where her dress was is torn off), her boyfriend left her as he had no idea how buff she was.



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* When not busy eviscerating anyone on the planet who's come into contact with a particular sword, [[SoulSeries Ivy Valentine]] wears a Tudor gown and passes for a noblewoman.

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* ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'': When not busy eviscerating anyone on the planet who's come into contact with a particular sword, [[SoulSeries Ivy Valentine]] Valentine wears a Tudor gown and passes for a noblewoman.



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* Taken to absurdity in [[http://lowroad75.comicgenesis.com/d/20091129.html this]] Lowroad Comics strip.

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* Taken In the Lowroad Comics strip ''Giselle'', this is taken to absurdity in with the Butler, who's usually a small, scrawny imp, [[http://lowroad75.comicgenesis.com/d/20091129.html this]] Lowroad Comics strip.revealing a statuesque physique on the beach]].



* ''TheSimpsons''
** Ned Flanders, Homer's fundamentally religious Christian neighbor and do-gooder, wears a sweater that hides his [[StupidSexyFlanders comically well-developed body, much to Homer's envy]].
*** "Envy" may not be ''quite'' the name of the deadly sin you were looking for here.

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** Ned Flanders, Homer's fundamentally religious Christian neighbor and do-gooder, wears a sweater that hides his [[StupidSexyFlanders comically well-developed body, much to Homer's envy]]. \n*** Although "Envy" may not be ''quite'' the name of the deadly sin you were you're looking for here.



* Parodied in an episode of ''{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'', where [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick compete against each other in the Fry Cook Olympics, and they both rip off their shirts to reveal Herculean bodies for a wrestling competition. This is just for a one-time joke, of course; Patrick is otherwise always shirtless and overweight, while [=SpongeBob=] himself has trouble lifting even a barbell made out of teddy bears.
* The lawyer from ''TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'' who takes up Flapjack as an apprentice. Captain K'nuckles challenges him to a boxing fight in order to get Flapjack back, but when he takes off his business suit, not only does he show lots of muscle, but he grows in height as well!

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* Parodied in an episode of ''{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', where [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick compete against each other in the Fry Cook Olympics, and they both rip off their shirts to reveal Herculean bodies for a wrestling competition. This is just for a one-time joke, of course; Patrick is otherwise always shirtless and overweight, while [=SpongeBob=] himself has trouble lifting even a barbell made out of teddy bears.
* The lawyer from ''TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'' who takes up Flapjack as an apprentice. Captain K'nuckles challenges him to a boxing fight in order to get Flapjack back, but when he takes off his business suit, not only does he show lots of muscle, but he grows in height as well!



* Bumi, the King of Omashu from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' looks like a harmless, hunched-over old man wearing an obnoxiously ornate outfit but when Aang chooses to challenge him to save his friends, he throws off his robes and reveals a frighteningly ripped old man.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' has a variation of this. In the episode "Raging Bender", Bender constantly annoys a taller, lankier robot with an innocent-sounding voice during a showing at the movie theater, causing him to start a fight with him. Trouble is, the robot proceeds to sport several pounds of metal on his body, turning him into his alter-ego: famous robot wrestler "The Masked Unit."
** In "Parasites Lost" [[DoggedNiceGuy Fry]] is infested with alien worms that make him both smarter and more physically fit. When called to defend [[LoveInterest Leela]]'s honor, he rips off his shirt to reveal a nonsensically muscular physique. However, before and after the infestation he looks more like you would expect.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Metalocalypse}}'' -- childlike Toki is seen to be quite fit, in spite of the dissipated lifestyle he and his bandmates live.
* Incredibly zig-zagged in the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck vehicle "Stupor Duck." His Cluck Trent is Daffy in a suit and hat; his Stupor Duck is Daffy in a Superman outfit with the simple embellishment of shoulder brace that makes him look broad and powerful.
* In the Bakshi series, WesternAnimation/MightyMouse's alter ego of Mike Mouse has all the hero's physical features, all under the guise of a factory worker's uniform and hat. His superhero uniform's sleeves are still visible, so it's a wonder that Pearl hadn't caught on by then.

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* Bumi, the King of Omashu from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' looks like a harmless, hunched-over old man wearing an obnoxiously ornate outfit but outfit. But when Aang chooses to challenge him to save his friends, he throws off his robes and reveals a frighteningly ripped old man.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' has a ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
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variation of this. In on this: in the episode "Raging Bender", Bender constantly annoys a taller, lankier robot with an innocent-sounding voice during a showing at the movie theater, causing him to start a fight with him. Trouble is, the robot proceeds to sport several pounds of metal on his body, turning him into his alter-ego: famous robot wrestler "The Masked Unit."
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** In "Parasites Lost" Lost", [[DoggedNiceGuy Fry]] is infested with alien worms that make him both smarter and more physically fit. When called to defend [[LoveInterest Leela]]'s honor, he rips off his shirt to reveal a nonsensically muscular physique. However, before and after the infestation he looks more like you would expect.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Metalocalypse}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'' -- childlike Toki is seen to be quite fit, in spite of the dissipated lifestyle he and his bandmates live.
* Incredibly zig-zagged in the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck vehicle "Stupor Duck." ''Stupor Duck''. His Cluck Trent is Daffy in a suit and hat; his Stupor Duck is Daffy in a Superman outfit with the simple embellishment of shoulder brace that makes him look broad and powerful.
* ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse'': In the Bakshi series, WesternAnimation/MightyMouse's Mighty Mouse's alter ego of Mike Mouse has all the hero's physical features, all under the guise of a factory worker's uniform and hat. His superhero uniform's sleeves are still visible, so it's a wonder that Pearl hadn't caught on by then.



* Actor/comedian Chris Elliott has made a career out of playing [[HollywoodHomely semi-unattractive]] pathetic losers who, at best, end up as the comic relief sidekick and at worst are the constant [[ButtMonkey target of abuse from everyone around them]]. In these roles he wears a lot of baggy sweatshirts and other loose clothing out of necessity. Turns out that Elliot, among other things, is a RealLife weightlifting fanatic and has a body that looks like it's made out of cast iron.

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* * Actor/comedian Chris Elliott has made a career out of playing [[HollywoodHomely semi-unattractive]] pathetic losers who, at best, end up as the comic relief sidekick and at worst are the constant [[ButtMonkey target of abuse from everyone around them]]. In these roles he wears a lot of baggy sweatshirts and other loose clothing out of necessity. Turns out that Elliot, among other things, is a RealLife weightlifting fanatic and has a body that looks like it's made out of cast iron.



** An extreme example is mixed martial artist Roxanne Modeferri, who looks like a nice, nerdy girl and certainly comes off as one when [[OneOfUs she quotes the Jedi Code and cites the Power Rangers as her inspiration]]. She's one of the top ju-jitsu artists in the world, and if pitted against most men, she'd tear their arms off and walk away with them.

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** * An extreme example is mixed martial artist Roxanne Modeferri, who looks like a nice, nerdy girl and certainly comes off as one when [[OneOfUs she quotes the Jedi Code and cites the Power Rangers as her inspiration]]. She's one of the top ju-jitsu artists in the world, and if pitted against most men, she'd tear their arms off and walk away with them.



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* Enishi and Hiko Seijūrō XIII of ''RurouniKenshin'' wear cloaks most of the time, and pretty much look like slim {{bishonen}}. When both take off those cloaks, they are extremely muscular. This is sort of plot important because Kenshin's lithe frame puts him at a disadvantage when fighting either of them, since his body isn't really meant to be performing those strenuous sword-fighting maneuvers.
* Kotetsu T. Kaburagi from ''TigerAndBunny'' appears to have normal, even lanky, physique... until the [[ShirtlessScene shirt comes off]] and it becomes apparent he's, well, [[HeroicBuild a superhero]].

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* Enishi and Hiko Seijūrō XIII of ''RurouniKenshin'' ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' wear cloaks most of the time, and pretty much look like slim {{bishonen}}. When both take off those cloaks, they are extremely muscular. This is sort of plot important because Kenshin's lithe frame puts him at a disadvantage when fighting either of them, since his body isn't really meant to be performing those strenuous sword-fighting maneuvers.
* Kotetsu T. Kaburagi from ''TigerAndBunny'' ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'' appears to have normal, even lanky, physique... until the [[ShirtlessScene shirt comes off]] and it becomes apparent he's, well, [[HeroicBuild a superhero]].
13th Sep '15 1:54:04 PM nighttrainfm
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' gives Shepard a ''drastically'' different physique depending on what he's wearing. Just compare his arms in the [[http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/File:Default_Casual_Cargo.png default attire]] to the "[[http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/File:Default_Casual_Roughneck.png Roughneck]]" version.

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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' gives the male Shepard a ''drastically'' different physique depending on what he's wearing. Just compare his arms in the [[http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/File:Default_Casual_Cargo.png default attire]] to the "[[http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/File:Default_Casual_Roughneck.png Roughneck]]" version.
13th Sep '15 1:52:19 PM nighttrainfm
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** There was an issue of Spectacular Spider-Man where a private detective had deduced who Spider-Man was, and suggested that Spidey (who he remarked was built very lean, but "like a Ferrari") would most likely utilize baggy clothes to hide his physique. Unfortunately for him, [[spoiler: he deduced that ''Jameson'' was Spider-Man. Jameson was most likely not amused]].

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** There was an issue of Spectacular Spider-Man where a private detective had deduced who Spider-Man was, and suggested that Spidey (who he remarked was built very lean, but "like a Ferrari") would most likely utilize baggy clothes to hide his physique. Unfortunately for him, [[spoiler: he deduced that ''Jameson'' was Spider-Man. Jameson was most likely not amused]].amused.]]
8th Sep '15 5:29:05 PM ultimomant
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8th Sep '15 5:28:43 PM ultimomant
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6th Aug '15 1:46:31 PM MarsJenkar
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* In ''Literature/TheOdyssey'', Odysseus's beggar rags hide his fit physique. When he discards said rags to fight a lout named Irus, the witnesses are shocked at the powerful muscles that were hidden by the rags.
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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'': Every character that's enlisted in the military actually undergoes heavy physical training so they are able to properly control the 3DMG. As a result, most soldiers have really sculpted physiques. This, however, is only shown in a few instances, and characters are most often shown wearing their uniforms.
25th Jul '15 9:25:59 PM nombretomado
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* In the Bakshi series, MightyMouse's alter ego of Mike Mouse has all the hero's physical features, all under the guise of a factory worker's uniform and hat. His superhero uniform's sleeves are still visible, so it's a wonder that Pearl hadn't caught on by then.

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* In the Bakshi series, MightyMouse's WesternAnimation/MightyMouse's alter ego of Mike Mouse has all the hero's physical features, all under the guise of a factory worker's uniform and hat. His superhero uniform's sleeves are still visible, so it's a wonder that Pearl hadn't caught on by then.
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