History Main / ClothesMakeTheLegend

25th Sep '17 5:17:38 AM DoctorNemesis
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** The Third Doctor's frilled shirts, velvet jackets and cloaks.
12th Sep '17 10:36:40 AM comicwriter
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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic, popular and recognizable look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. The developers have gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, while some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have flat out featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonical crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks.

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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic, popular and recognizable look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. The developers have gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, while some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have flat out featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonical crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks. The ''King of Fighters: Destiny'' animated series splits the difference by giving him a leather jacket that's patterned after his uniform.
5th Sep '17 3:53:40 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Another mention goes to Boba Fett, who despite never really doing anything great other than figuring out where the Millenium Falcon went, is widely considered to be one of the coolest character of the series. In his case, the suit IS the legend.

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** Another mention goes to Boba Fett, who despite never really doing anything great other than figuring out where the Millenium Falcon went, is widely considered to be one of the coolest character of the series. In his case, the suit IS the legend. The EU reboot removed everything he ever did outside the films but kept the larger Mandalorian culture; now he's just some guy and the armor isn't even unusual.
2nd Sep '17 4:59:24 PM GrammarNavi
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* MickeyMouse just doesn't have that same iconic status without the red shorts and yellow shoes. Same goes for DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} and their respective wardrobes. Even their outfits in ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' are still based on their classic looks. Mickey still has the red shorts and big yellow shoes. Donald's shirt is still blue and has a (modified) sailor collar. Goofy still has a tall hat and a vest over a turtleneck.

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* MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse just doesn't have that same iconic status without the red shorts and yellow shoes. Same goes for DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and their respective wardrobes. Even their outfits in ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' are still based on their classic looks. Mickey still has the red shorts and big yellow shoes. Donald's shirt is still blue and has a (modified) sailor collar. Goofy still has a tall hat and a vest over a turtleneck.
18th Aug '17 3:03:14 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ComicBook/{{Diabolik}} and [[SympatheticInspectorAntagonist Ginko]] have a [[PaintedOnPants skintight]] [[McNinja ninja-like]] black full-body suit and a white shirt-black suit-red and black striped suit outfit respectively. In a variant, Ginko actually has multiple red and black striped suits with stripes of different sizes and tends to wear them at random and never two days in a row, so that Diabolik (a formidable MasterOfDisguise) [[GenreSavvy will never know which tie to use when he replaces him unless]] [[MuggedForDisguise he resorts to kidnap the actual Ginko]] (something rather hard to do)..

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* ComicBook/{{Diabolik}} and [[SympatheticInspectorAntagonist Ginko]] have a [[PaintedOnPants skintight]] [[McNinja ninja-like]] black full-body suit and a white shirt-black suit-red and black striped suit outfit respectively. In a variant, Ginko actually has multiple red and black striped suits with stripes of different sizes and tends to wear them at random and never two days in a row, so that Diabolik (a formidable MasterOfDisguise) [[GenreSavvy will never know which tie to use when he replaces him unless]] unless [[MuggedForDisguise he resorts to kidnap the actual Ginko]] (something rather hard to do)..
11th Jul '17 8:49:00 AM comicwriter
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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic, popular and recognizable look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. The developers have gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, while some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have flat out featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonically crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks.

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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic, popular and recognizable look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. The developers have gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, while some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have flat out featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonically non-canonical crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks.
20th Jun '17 5:14:07 PM HarpieSiren
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** Averted by ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', where Link gets all sorts of clothing options, and all the promotional material features Link in a ''blue'' tunic and no hat; the classic green outfit is only unlocked if [[spoiler:the player completes all 120 shrines]]. WordOfGod from the creators is that they held the iconic outfit back because they were afraid that if it was available too early, players would wear it exclusively for the entire game and ignore all the other equipment available.

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** Averted by ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', where Link gets all sorts of clothing options, and all the promotional material features Link in a ''blue'' tunic and no hat; the classic green outfit is only unlocked if [[spoiler:the player completes all 120 shrines]]. The iconic outfits of various other Links are also available as Toys/{{amiibo}} bonuses. WordOfGod from the creators is that they held the iconic outfit back because they were afraid that if it was available too early, players would wear it exclusively for the entire game and ignore all the other equipment available.
16th Jun '17 9:42:51 AM nombretomado
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* [[WheresWaldo Waldo]] wears blue jeans, a shirt with red-and-white horizontal stripes, and a red-and-white hat with a red bobble, the latter two intended to make him stand out in a crowd.

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* [[WheresWaldo [[Literature/WheresWaldo Waldo]] wears blue jeans, a shirt with red-and-white horizontal stripes, and a red-and-white hat with a red bobble, the latter two intended to make him stand out in a crowd.
8th Jun '17 9:09:06 PM nombretomado
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* The [[NostalgiaCritic Nostalgia Critic's]] black jacket, white t-shirt, maroon tie, black hat, and jeans, except for a couple [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness very early episodes]]. And, as an optional accessory, [[TriggerHappy a gun]].

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* The [[NostalgiaCritic Nostalgia Critic's]] WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's black jacket, white t-shirt, maroon tie, black hat, and jeans, except for a couple [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness very early episodes]]. And, as an optional accessory, [[TriggerHappy a gun]].
29th May '17 10:49:06 AM comicwriter
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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. However, since many of the developers and fans prefer it, they've gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, all of whom wear the uniform. Some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have also featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonically crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks.

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** Zig zagged with Kyo. His schoolboy uniform is by far his most iconic iconic, popular and recognizable look, but he hasn't canonically worn it since ''The King of Fighters '97''. However, since many of the The developers and fans prefer it, they've have gotten around this by introducing several clones and doppelgängers like Kyo-1, Kyo-2 and Kusanagi, all of whom wear the uniform. Some while some games (such as ''Maximum Impact 2'') have also flat out featured a "classic" version of Kyo as a separate playable character. Additionally, whenever Kyo appears in non-canonically crossover games like the ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'' series, he's usually wearing the schoolboy outfit instead of one of his more modern looks.
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