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31st Mar '18 1:09:57 AM foxley
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* In ''Theatre/TheBat'', the Bat's outfit consists of a black fedora, black suit and black featureless mask.
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20th Jan '18 10:03:06 AM Zuxtron
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The good counterpart to the ConspicuousTrenchcoat: MaskPower meets BadassLongcoat!

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The good counterpart to the ConspicuousTrenchcoat: MaskPower CoolMask meets BadassLongcoat!



* Turkey from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' uses a long coat, a [[MaskPower half-mask]] and a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fez_%28hat%29 fez]]'' hat.

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* Turkey from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' uses a long coat, a [[MaskPower [[CoolMask half-mask]] and a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fez_%28hat%29 fez]]'' hat.
1st Jan '18 1:35:36 AM TitoMosquito
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* The trope originator was Radio/TheShadow, first published in 1931.

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* The [[TropeMaker trope originator originator]] was Radio/TheShadow, first published in 1931.
23rd Dec '17 2:16:12 PM LoveAmongTheRuins
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* "Literature/ClockpunkAndTheVitalizer" has variations with both titular characters. The Vitalizer’s is closer to the traditional interpretation of this trope if you consider a hood a sort of hat; the mask and coat are there as standard. It’s downplayed with Dolores, since her “mask” only covers the upper half of her face and her “coat” is her hoodie.
19th Dec '17 8:12:01 PM sgamer82
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* The Red Panda of ''Podcast/RedPandaAdventures'' is a homage to characters like the Shadow and the Spirit, and thus, shares their style.

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* The Red Panda of ''Podcast/RedPandaAdventures'' is a homage to characters like the Shadow and the Spirit, and thus, shares their style. Later in the series, he often laments that the up and coming generation of heroes much prefers tights to a good suit. Even his would-be successor, the Black Eagle, goes for tights over the suit the Red Panda was having prepared for his costume.



* [[Literature/SailorNothing The Magnificent Kamen]] is described as this at one point. Usually, he's without the mask, but it was mentioned in one chapter.

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* [[Literature/SailorNothing ''Literature/SailorNothing:'' The Magnificent Kamen]] Kamen is described as this at one point. Usually, he's without the mask, but it was mentioned in one chapter.
15th Dec '17 5:35:25 AM renhiac
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* The Oddman in ''VideoGame/LostSmileAndStrangeCircus'' wears a black top hat, a red coat and a PlagueDoctor's mask, presumably due to him being the ringmaster.
24th Aug '17 11:43:55 AM CosmicFerret
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* The LiveActionAdaptation of ''Series/TheFlash'' had Dr. Desmond Powell dress like this to fight crime as the Nightshade.

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* The LiveActionAdaptation of ''Series/TheFlash'' ''Series/TheFlash1990'' had Dr. Desmond Powell dress like this to fight crime as the Nightshade.
2nd Aug '17 6:18:36 PM timotaka
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* The title character in ''VideoGame/{{Nightshade}}'' disguises himself with a coat, sunglasses (in the [[AlwaysNight perpetual night]]) and a trilby.
7th Apr '17 6:31:57 AM Willbyr
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Sometimes a form of CivvieSpandex.

This is a common form of costume for the {{Superhero}} archetype known as TheCowl.

A SuperTrope to GasMaskLongcoat.

Compare SuperheroesWearTights; SpandexLatexOrLeather; BadassLongcoat. Contrast MalevolentMaskedMen.

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Sometimes a form of CivvieSpandex.

CivvieSpandex. This is a common form of costume for the {{Superhero}} archetype known as TheCowl.

A SuperTrope to GasMaskLongcoat.

GasMaskLongcoat. Compare SuperheroesWearTights; SpandexLatexOrLeather; BadassLongcoat. Contrast MalevolentMaskedMen.






* [[SailorNothing The Magnificent Kamen]] is described as this at one point. Usually, he's without the mask, but it was mentioned in one chapter.

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* [[SailorNothing [[Literature/SailorNothing The Magnificent Kamen]] is described as this at one point. Usually, he's without the mask, but it was mentioned in one chapter.
14th Mar '17 9:51:43 PM matt_shade
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* The Ur-example of this trope (in comics) is the Clock, the first original costumed hero to appear in comics. He wore a blue suit and a black "curtain mask" that covered his entire face.
* Early Golden Age two-fisted magician hero Mister Midnite combined white tie and tails of unknown color with a tophat, DominoMask and red cape.



* Midnight, a CaptainErsatz of the Spirit, originally published by Creator/QualityComics and now part of Franchise/TheDCU. Ed Gorman created a new version of Midnight as a back-up strip in '' ComicBook/MsTree Quarterly''.

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* Midnight, a CaptainErsatz of the Spirit, originally published by Creator/QualityComics and now part of Franchise/TheDCU. Slight variations, though, was that Dave Clark had his civvies made reversible for changing into his alter ego's signature black outfit and had his hat lined with spongey material in case foes would try the old blunt trauma from behind.
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Ed Gorman created a new version of Midnight as a back-up strip in '' ComicBook/MsTree Quarterly''.



* The Ur-example of this trope (in comics) is the Clock, the first original costumed hero to appear in comics. He wore a blue suit and a black "curtain mask" that covered his entire face.
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