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31st Jan '16 1:50:06 PM Lymantria
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** In Creator/VertigoComics' ''ComicBook/MadameXanadu'', the title character meets the Stranger at various points through history, each time wearing a historically appropriate variant of his standard suit, cape and shading hat. In [[KingArthur Arthurian]] times, he's a druid in a hooded robe; at the court of Kublai Khan, he wears robes and a keffiyeh; in [[ViveLaRevolution Revolutionary France]], he wears a 18th century long-coat and a tricorne; in VictorianLondon he wears evening dress, an opera cloak and a top hat; and in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks 1930s]] New York, he wears the familiar blue suit, cape and fedora.

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** In Creator/VertigoComics' ''ComicBook/MadameXanadu'', the title character meets the Stranger at various points through history, each time wearing a historically appropriate variant of his standard suit, cape and shading hat. In [[KingArthur Arthurian]] times, he's a druid in a hooded robe; at the court of Kublai Khan, he wears robes and a keffiyeh; in [[ViveLaRevolution [[UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution Revolutionary France]], he wears a 18th century long-coat and a tricorne; in VictorianLondon he wears evening dress, an opera cloak and a top hat; and in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks 1930s]] New York, he wears the familiar blue suit, cape and fedora.
23rd Jan '16 10:05:01 AM nombretomado
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* This attire was adopted by ComicBook/MrA and ComicBook/TheQuestion in the late 1960s. Both characters were created by the legendary SteveDitko, and bear a few more similarities to each other besides their mode of dress.

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* This attire was adopted by ComicBook/MrA and ComicBook/TheQuestion in the late 1960s. Both characters were created by the legendary SteveDitko, Creator/SteveDitko, and bear a few more similarities to each other besides their mode of dress.
16th Nov '15 6:11:41 PM Adept
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* [[MagicKaito The Kaito Kid]] has a ''white'' tuxedo, top hat, and cape, and a monocle which [[PaperThinDisguise serves as a mask]]

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* [[MagicKaito [[Manga/MagicKaito The Kaito Kid]] has a ''white'' tuxedo, top hat, and cape, and a monocle which [[PaperThinDisguise serves as a mask]]
6th Nov '15 3:42:54 PM nombretomado
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* This attire was adopted by ComicBook/MrA and TheQuestion in the late 1960s. Both characters were created by the legendary SteveDitko, and bear a few more similarities to each other besides their mode of dress.

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* This attire was adopted by ComicBook/MrA and TheQuestion ComicBook/TheQuestion in the late 1960s. Both characters were created by the legendary SteveDitko, and bear a few more similarities to each other besides their mode of dress.
17th Oct '15 3:00:38 AM StFan
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* In the 1940s, the original "mystery man" costume of the original [[SandmanMysteryTheater Sandman]] (Wesley Dodd) was a suit, [[BadassLongcoat long-coat]], fedora and gloves -- with a gas mask. This uniform was subconsciously [[RetCon inspired]] by the look of([[ComicBook/TheSandman Dream of the Endless]]) who wore a robe and mask into battle and who granted Dodds his prophetic dreams. Dodd's costume later became more colorful to match the other superheroes of the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyofAmerica. No relation to the spandex-wearing Garrett Sanford or Hector Hall, save being derived from Dream of the Endless somehow.

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* In the 1940s, the original "mystery man" costume of the original [[SandmanMysteryTheater [[ComicBook/SandmanMysteryTheatre Sandman]] (Wesley Dodd) was a suit, [[BadassLongcoat long-coat]], fedora and gloves -- with a gas mask. This uniform was subconsciously [[RetCon inspired]] by the look of([[ComicBook/TheSandman of (''[[ComicBook/TheSandman Dream of the Endless]]) Endless]]'') who wore a robe and mask into battle and who granted Dodds his prophetic dreams. Dodd's costume later became more colorful to match the other superheroes of the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyofAmerica. No relation to the spandex-wearing Garrett Sanford or Hector Hall, save being derived from Dream of the Endless somehow.
8th Oct '15 5:11:50 PM nombretomado
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* In the 1940s, the original "mystery man" costume of the original [[SandmanMysteryTheater Sandman]] (Wesley Dodd) was a suit, [[BadassLongcoat long-coat]], fedora and gloves -- with a gas mask. This uniform was subconsciously [[RetCon inspired]] by the look of([[ComicBook/TheSandman Dream of the Endless]]) who wore a robe and mask into battle and who granted Dodds his prophetic dreams. Dodd's costume later became more colorful to match the other superheroes of the JusticeSocietyofAmerica. No relation to the spandex-wearing Garrett Sanford or Hector Hall, save being derived from Dream of the Endless somehow.

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* In the 1940s, the original "mystery man" costume of the original [[SandmanMysteryTheater Sandman]] (Wesley Dodd) was a suit, [[BadassLongcoat long-coat]], fedora and gloves -- with a gas mask. This uniform was subconsciously [[RetCon inspired]] by the look of([[ComicBook/TheSandman Dream of the Endless]]) who wore a robe and mask into battle and who granted Dodds his prophetic dreams. Dodd's costume later became more colorful to match the other superheroes of the JusticeSocietyofAmerica.ComicBook/JusticeSocietyofAmerica. No relation to the spandex-wearing Garrett Sanford or Hector Hall, save being derived from Dream of the Endless somehow.
8th Oct '15 10:39:22 AM StFan
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* Midnight, a CaptainErsatz of the Spirit, originally published by QualityComics and now part of TheDCU.
** Ed Gorman created a new version of Midnight as a back-up strip in ''MsTree Quarterly''.

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* Midnight, a CaptainErsatz of the Spirit, originally published by QualityComics and now part of TheDCU.
**
TheDCU. Ed Gorman created a new version of Midnight as a back-up strip in ''MsTree '' ComicBook/MsTree Quarterly''.
5th Oct '15 7:57:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Game Show version of ''{{The Perils of Penelope Pitstop}}'' has the usual stuff for H.C. for the original run.

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* The Game Show version of ''{{The ''Series/{{The Perils of Penelope Pitstop}}'' has the usual stuff for H.C. for the original run.



* ''TheJonHederShow'' had Jon & Bill uses these when they go undercover.
* ''{{MANTIS}}'', but only in the TV Movie.

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* ''TheJonHederShow'' ''Series/TheJonHederShow'' had Jon & Bill uses these when they go undercover.
* ''{{MANTIS}}'', ''Series/{{MANTIS}}'', but only in the TV Movie.
12th Sep '15 3:54:56 AM StFan
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* {{Deadpool}}, in the CableAndDeadpool arc A Murder in Providence, dons a trench-coat and fedora over his usual spandex, whilst "investigating".

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* {{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, in the CableAndDeadpool ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' arc A "A Murder in Providence, Providence", dons a trench-coat and fedora over his usual spandex, whilst "investigating".
11th Sep '15 5:17:01 PM nombretomado
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* Dan Garret, the GoldenAge BlueBeetle. Or at least at first. He eventually gained superpowers and [[SuperheroesWearTights tights]] after a massive GenreShift.

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* Dan Garret, the GoldenAge BlueBeetle.ComicBook/BlueBeetle. Or at least at first. He eventually gained superpowers and [[SuperheroesWearTights tights]] after a massive GenreShift.
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