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7th Feb '18 10:45:10 PM jormis29
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* Parodied on ''Jimmy Kimmel Live'' in a "deleted scene" for ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' where Kimmel's character immediately recognizes Clark Kent as Superman (and, when seeing the top of his face covered, Bruce Wayne as Batman). He then points this out to Lex Luthor, who doesn't see it at first but then feels like an idiot when Jimmy's character pulls Clark's glasses off. He gets hurled to Mars for his trouble (and for being a dick about it) and has to spend his remaining minutes avoiding [[Film/TheMartian Matt Damon]].

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* Parodied on ''Jimmy Kimmel Live'' ''Series/JimmyKimmelLive'' in a "deleted scene" for ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' where Kimmel's character immediately recognizes Clark Kent as Superman (and, when seeing the top of his face covered, Bruce Wayne as Batman). He then points this out to Lex Luthor, who doesn't see it at first but then feels like an idiot when Jimmy's character pulls Clark's glasses off. He gets hurled to Mars for his trouble (and for being a dick about it) and has to spend his remaining minutes avoiding [[Film/TheMartian Matt Damon]].
1st Feb '18 7:49:30 AM trixus
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** Matches Malone, Batman's criminal persona, is him with sunglasses and a mustache which shouldn't hide the fact that it's billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne. To his credit he also dons a heavy New Jersey accent and even in jail he gets to keep his sunglasses.
27th Jan '18 6:54:13 AM Nadim
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** In ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', both Thor and Banner decide to disguise themselves on Sakaar. Bruce goes through the traditional route for this trope by putting on Tony Stark's sunglasses, but Thor points out that he's already in disguise because nobody on the planet knows whe he is, because they've only seen the Hulk. Thor himself is called out for his PaperThinDisguise by Valkeries that the cloak paraphrasingly thrown over his head doesn't even hide his face.

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** In ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', both Thor and Banner decide to disguise themselves on Sakaar. Bruce goes through the traditional route for this trope by putting on Tony Stark's sunglasses, but Thor points out that he's already in disguise because nobody on the planet knows whe he is, because they've only seen the Hulk. Thor himself is called out for his PaperThinDisguise by Valkeries when Valkyrie points out that the cloak paraphrasingly thrown blanket Thor haphazardly threw over his head doesn't even hide conceal his face.



* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Emma runs a fashion website under the alias "Kitty Coture" wearing large sunglasses and a floppy hat to conceal her identity.

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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Emma runs a fashion website under the alias "Kitty Coture" Katouer" wearing large sunglasses and a floppy hat to conceal her identity.
27th Jan '18 6:38:46 AM Nadim
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** In ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', both Thor and Banner decide to disguise themselves on Sakaar. Bruce goes through the traditional route for this trope by putting on Tony Stark's sunglasses, but Thor points out that he's already in disguise because nobody on the planet knows whe he is, because they've only seen the Hulk. Thor himself is called out for his PaperThinDisguise by Valkeries that the cloak paraphrasingly thrown over his head doesn't even hide his face.
22nd Jan '18 10:34:30 AM Veanne
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* ''Film/{{Hydrozagadka}}'', being an AffectionateParody of {{superhero}} movies, naturally features this trope. As, TheParagon of all virtue, does [[UpToEleven not even wear a domino mask]] - and yet even his LoveInterest has no idea of his civilian identity.
21st Jan '18 10:49:24 AM Nadim
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* In the ''Series/AustinandAlly'' episode [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Austin & Alias"]], Ally takes up the identity of a Swedish rockstar named "Roxy Rocket" wearing a pink wig and multi-colored punk clothes after her boss, Ronny Ramone, threatened to fire her from his label if she continues writing songs with Austin.

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* In the ''Series/AustinandAlly'' ''Series/{{Austin And Ally}}'' episode [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Austin & Alias"]], Ally takes up the identity of a Swedish rockstar named "Roxy Rocket" wearing a pink wig and multi-colored punk clothes after her boss, Ronny Ramone, threatened to fire her from his label if she continues writing songs with Austin.
21st Jan '18 10:33:34 AM Nadim
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* In the ''Series/AustinandAlly'' episode [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Austin & Alias"]], Ally takes up the identity of a Swedish rockstar named "Roxy Rocket" wearing a pink wig and multi-colored punk clothes after her boss, Ronny Ramone, threatened to fire her from his label if she continues writing songs with Austin.
21st Jan '18 10:23:51 AM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Emma runs a fashion website under the alias "Kitty Coture" wearing large sunglasses and a floppy hat to conceal her identity.
18th Jan '18 10:28:41 PM TeraChimera
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* Parodied in a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/5/52/Daredevil_Vol_5_27_How_To_Draw_Variant.jpg variant cover]] for a ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'' book, presented as a series of sketches for a "How to draw Daredevil" tutorial. First, the artist suggests pulling up a photo of someone who looks like Daredevil for reference, "like popular New York District Attorney Matt Murdock!" At each step, the artist unwittingly points out similarities between Murdock and Daredevil, before the penny drops on the final step.
-->'''Step 6:''' oh my god
16th Jan '18 11:18:05 PM Discar
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** Addressed early when Kara wonders how she'll conduct an interview (as Supergirl) with her boss Cat Grant without being recognized. Ironically, what causes Cat to eventually figure it out is the precise thing that James said would protect Kara: Cat could never see her mousey assistant as a hero. After ''Kara'' saved Cat's job following a computer hack, Cat could see Kara as a hero and was able to put the pieces together. The best part? Even though Kara is Supergirl, Kara looks ''nothing'' like Supergirl. When Cat demands Kara remove her glasses, she still looks far different than her superhero identity, so much so that the audience will think Cat is an idiot for thinking the two are the same ''even though they are''. [[spoiler: J'onn J'onnz shapeshifting as Supergirl]] convinces Cat they're two different people, and she mutters, "And by the way, you were right. You look ''nothing'' like Supergirl!"
*** [[spoiler: Subverted in the season 2 finale, where it's revealed that Cat is fully aware that Kara is Supergirl.]]

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** Addressed early when Kara wonders how she'll conduct an interview (as Supergirl) with her boss Cat Grant without being recognized. Ironically, what causes Cat to eventually figure it out is the precise thing that James said would protect Kara: Cat could never see her mousey assistant as a hero. After ''Kara'' saved Cat's job following a computer hack, Cat could see Kara as a hero and was able to put the pieces together. The best part? Even though Kara is Supergirl, Kara looks ''nothing'' like Supergirl. When Cat demands Kara remove her glasses, she still looks far different than her superhero identity, so much so that the audience will think Cat is an idiot for thinking the two are the same ''even though they are''. [[spoiler: J'onn J'onnz shapeshifting as Supergirl]] convinces Cat they're two different people, and she mutters, "And by the way, you were right. You look ''nothing'' like Supergirl!"
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Supergirl!" [[spoiler: Subverted in the season 2 finale, where it's revealed that Cat is fully aware that Kara is Supergirl.]]



-->'''Maggie:''' Plus, the glasses don't help.\\

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-->'''Maggie:''' --->'''Maggie:''' Plus, the glasses don't help.\\


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** Reign wears a half-mask that covers the upper half of her face, uses a different hairstyle, and alters her voice. No one recognizes her as Samantha Arias, not even her close friends Kara and Lena. It's a better disguise than it initially appears, helped by the fact that Reign and Sam act nothing alike. Sam [[SplitPersonality isn't even aware she is Reign]].
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