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2nd Aug '17 10:05:45 AM Dahsupahbloopah
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* Played for Laughs in the Anime/DragonballZ movie Anime/DragonBallZBrolyTheLegendarySuperSaiyan and Anime/DragonballSuper when Goku, having to wear a fancy suit, gets the chance to ditch it and is revealed to be wearing his Trademark Clothing.
13th May '17 11:29:17 AM jccw227
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** In a later episode, Clark's powers get transferred to Lois, so she adopts the superhero identity, Ultra Woman. She ends up wearing a costume Martha Kent makes for her underneath and complains to Clark about how uncomfortable it is. He explains that you get used to it, like thermal underwear.
23rd Apr '17 5:37:14 PM JoeMerl
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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' in the episode "Less Than Hero" Leela tears off her clothes to reveal her Clobberella costume. Her mother complains that it's rather revealing. Then Leela tears off her costume to reveal another set of identical clothes, claiming "It was brisk, I [[TropeNamers dressed in layers]]". Naturally, neither of her costumes would actually have concealed the other one.

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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' in the episode "Less "[[SuperheroEpisode Less Than Hero" Leela Hero]]": [[ActionGirl Leela]] tears off her clothes to reveal her Clobberella costume. Her mother complains that it's rather revealing. Then costume to her parents. At the end of the conversation, however, Leela tears off her costume to reveal another set of identical normal clothes, claiming "It was brisk, I [[TropeNamers dressed in layers]]". Naturally, The bonus joke is that [[http://www.tmnttoys.com/reviews/misc/futurama4/2537.jpg neither of her costumes would actually have concealed outfit could realistically cover the other one.other]]--her normal clothes couldn't hide Cloberella's opera gloves or orange boots, but Cloberella's LeotardOfPower couldn't hide Leela's pants, either.
2nd Jan '17 3:39:49 AM Tron80
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** In 'Comicbook/SupermanBrainiac'' Clark is talking to Comicbook/LoisLane when his super-hearing senses an emergency. Quickly he rips his shirt, revealing his costume beneath.

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** In 'Comicbook/SupermanBrainiac'' ''Comicbook/SupermanBrainiac'' Clark is talking to Comicbook/LoisLane when his super-hearing senses an emergency. Quickly he rips his shirt, revealing his costume beneath.
2nd Jan '17 3:39:12 AM Tron80
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** In 'Comicbook/SupermanBrainiac'' Clark is talking to Comicbook/LoisLane when his super-hearing senses an emergency. Quickly he rips his shirt, revealing his costume beneath.
25th Dec '16 2:20:57 PM Tron80
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* When Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} appeared in ComicBook/{{Batgirl|2009}}'s self-titled series[[note]]''Batgirl'' #14 (2010)[[/note]], the two of them enjoyed a pleasant (and normal) night at Batgirl's college campus. Later, [[ItMakesSenseInContext after the sudden appearance of 24 Draculas]], the two realized that they would need to cut their night-off short and save the day. Supergirl [[ClothingDamage ripped off her top]] to reveal her costume beneath it, then turned to Batgirl:
--> '''Supergirl:''' "Aren't you gonna...you know..."\\

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* When Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} appeared in ComicBook/{{Batgirl|2009}}'s self-titled series[[note]]''Batgirl'' #14 (2010)[[/note]], the two of them ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}}'' #14, both girls enjoyed a pleasant (and normal) night at Batgirl's Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}'s college campus. Later, [[ItMakesSenseInContext after the sudden appearance of 24 Draculas]], the two realized that they would need to cut their night-off short and save the day. Supergirl [[ClothingDamage ripped off her top]] to reveal her costume beneath it, then turned to Batgirl:
--> '''Supergirl:''' "Aren't you gonna... you know..."\\



'''Supergirl:''' "[[LesYay Does it have a bat on it]]?"\\

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'''Supergirl:''' "[[LesYay Does "Does it have a bat on it]]?"\\it?"\\
10th Dec '16 6:44:24 AM DaibhidC
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* Done in early episodes of ''Series/LoisAndClarkTheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'', before they decided on spinning into costume instead. On one occasion, Clark is wearing a shirt with the top two buttons undone, and clearly isn't wearing his costume underneath it. Then there's a shift of camera angle, and suddenly the shirt is buttoned to the neck, just in time for him to rip it open...

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* Done in early episodes of ''Series/LoisAndClarkTheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'', ''Series/LoisAndClark'', before they decided on spinning into costume instead. On one occasion, Clark is wearing a shirt with the top two buttons undone, and clearly isn't wearing his costume underneath it. Then there's a shift of camera angle, and suddenly the shirt is buttoned to the neck, just in time for him to rip it open...
10th Dec '16 6:43:56 AM DaibhidC
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* Apart from one shirt-ripping scene with Clark in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the series has averted this. Save possibly for one scene in an early Season 10 Episode. Oliver Queen (in his street clothes) is investigating an apartment. Someone else enters, and moments later he confronts them in full Green Arrow gear. Played straight in the very last scene of the finale, which ends on Clark doing the iconic Superman reveal.

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* Apart from one shirt-ripping scene with Clark in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the series has averted this. Save possibly for one scene in an early Season 10 Episode. Oliver Queen (in his street clothes) is investigating an apartment. Someone else enters, and moments later he confronts them in full Green Arrow gear. Played straight in the very last scene of the finale, which ends on Clark doing the iconic Superman reveal. And the episode "Booster" has a classic phone-booth change, in which Clark is somehow wearing a leather jacket under his suit.


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* Done in early episodes of ''Series/LoisAndClarkTheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'', before they decided on spinning into costume instead. On one occasion, Clark is wearing a shirt with the top two buttons undone, and clearly isn't wearing his costume underneath it. Then there's a shift of camera angle, and suddenly the shirt is buttoned to the neck, just in time for him to rip it open...
10th Dec '16 6:25:14 AM DaibhidC
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* ComicBook/CaptainAmerica used to wear his suit ''and his shield, strapped to his back'', under his civilian clothes. This got {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in the ''Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider Ham'' series, where Captain America did the same thing. Peter questions this and Cap says "My tailor is ''very'' good."

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* ComicBook/CaptainAmerica used to wear his suit ''and his shield, strapped to his back'', under his civilian clothes. This got {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in the ''Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider Ham'' series, where Captain America Americat did the same thing. Peter questions this and Cap says "My tailor is ''very'' good."
17th Nov '16 4:37:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Crown'': {{Badass}}es Ren and Jake apparently wear camouflage gear and bulletproof vests under ''everything.''

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* ''Crown'': {{Badass}}es Badasses Ren and Jake apparently wear camouflage gear and bulletproof vests under ''everything.''
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