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23rd Mar '17 7:17:58 PM Shadoboy
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** In ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' [[DeadpanSnarker Cassie Cage]] has an habit of insulting the clothes of some villains. [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu including Elder God Shinnok]].
22nd Mar '17 9:30:20 AM starofjusticev21
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-->-- '''''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]''''' on ''Film/TheCastleOfFuManchu''

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-->-- '''''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]''''' on ''Film/TheCastleOfFuManchu''
''Film/AttackOfTheGiantLeeches''
5th Mar '17 6:01:35 PM nombretomado
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** [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/273218 This flash animation]] gives us {{Marvel}}'s less than stellar choices in villainous fashions. At least Galactus and Loki have an excuse.

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** [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/273218 This flash animation]] gives us {{Marvel}}'s Marvel's less than stellar choices in villainous fashions. At least Galactus and Loki have an excuse.
4th Mar '17 4:44:19 AM TroperBeDoper
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* Among the numerous botches that were the introduction of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7Q4EVpIFIk The Shockmaster]], the top of the list is the infamous ''bedazzled purple'' [[Franchise/StarWars Stromtrooper]] helmet.
6th Feb '17 7:09:28 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Two-Face from the Franchise/{{Batman}} universe often plays with this trope. His whole deal is that (a) he has a split personality with half of his persona being a fairly-sane lawyer and the other half being an absolutely crazed lunatic and (b) half of his face has been burned off, so to both represent his fractured psyche and to match his damaged facial / physical appearance he's usually put in a mismatched suit which is essentially two halves of different suits stitched together in the middle to form one. A common element is to have the 'normal' side be a fairly typical man's professional suit, while the 'damaged' side is often a bit more outlandish, whether it's a non-typical bright colour, a rather loud pattern such as checkers or pinstripes, or... [[WTHCostumingDepartment whatever was going on with the]] ''Film/BatmanForever'' [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/4965614_4025718618_bf_2.jpg version]]
1st Feb '17 4:20:26 PM Wyldchyld
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** [[FetishFuel Harribel]]. Her outfit wouldn't be so bad if she actually kept it on. Alas, her Espada tattoo is located on her enormous boobs so she needs to go topless to show it off. It only goes downhill from there.

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** [[FetishFuel Harribel]].Harribel. Her outfit wouldn't be so bad if she actually kept it on. Alas, her Espada tattoo is located on her enormous boobs so she needs to go topless to show it off. It only goes downhill from there.



* This is almost the ''point'' of ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''. Perhaps the bustier is more of a CreepyCrossdresser thing (mm, FetishFuel), but as Frank-N-Furter is [[EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette so pale]], his green surgical scrubs reflect up into his face and makes him look like a dead ringer for [[Series/TheMuppetShow Kermit the Frog]] in drag, and a grade-A fashion victim.

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* This is almost the ''point'' of ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''. Perhaps the bustier is more of a CreepyCrossdresser thing (mm, FetishFuel), thing, but as Frank-N-Furter is [[EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette so pale]], his green surgical scrubs reflect up into his face and makes him look like a dead ringer for [[Series/TheMuppetShow Kermit the Frog]] in drag, and a grade-A fashion victim.
13th Jan '17 4:24:45 PM Brickman
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** Also, major villain Lord English has an impressively gaudy outfit. Features include a solid gold peg leg, a gold tooth, and a trenchcoat whose edges constantly flash through a rainbow of colors. Not to mention billiard-ball eyes that do the same thing.
** The imps, and most of Sburb's other enemies, are doomed to this by design. Their appearance has to take on aspects of whatever random junk the players protoype. The first object John prototypes is a colorful jester doll.
7th Jan '17 3:23:50 PM nombretomado
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** SequelSeries ''TheLegendOfKorra'' gives us [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Earth Queen Hou-Ting]] and her atrocious gemmed [[FemmeFatalons nail caps]].

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** SequelSeries ''TheLegendOfKorra'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' gives us [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Earth Queen Hou-Ting]] and her atrocious gemmed [[FemmeFatalons nail caps]].
26th Dec '16 7:39:21 PM PaulA
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* Ming the Merciless in ''Flash Gordon'', especially in [[Film/FlashGordon the 1980 movie]].

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* Ming the Merciless in ''Flash Gordon'', especially in [[Film/FlashGordon the 1980 movie]].''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.



* While Ming in the short-lived ''Series/FlashGordon'' TV series avoids this most of the time, preferring to pass himself off like a benevolent dictator of a Third World country ("Ming the Merciless" is what his subjects call him behind his back) by wearing a military uniform, he does wear an ornate robe in an episode where Mongo commemorates the Sorrow, a manmade cataclysm that destroyed the previous Mongo civilization and left their world in ruins. Ming's [[TheDragon Dragon]] Rankol wear a long black robe and some sort of a metal plate on his head.

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* While Ming in the short-lived ''Series/FlashGordon'' ''Series/{{Flash Gordon|2007}}'' TV series avoids this most of the time, preferring to pass himself off like a benevolent dictator of a Third World country ("Ming the Merciless" is what his subjects call him behind his back) by wearing a military uniform, he uniform. He does wear an ornate robe in an episode where Mongo commemorates the Sorrow, a manmade cataclysm that destroyed the previous Mongo civilization and left their world in ruins. Ming's [[TheDragon Dragon]] Rankol wear a long black robe and some sort of a metal plate on his head.
25th Dec '16 9:00:47 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The General in the 1964 film version of ''LordJim'', who sports an atrocious crew-cut hairstyle, a moustache-less beard and, in one scene, a waistcoat, which don't help his General Zod-ish appearance.

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* The General in the 1964 film version of ''LordJim'', ''Literature/LordJim'', who sports an atrocious crew-cut hairstyle, a moustache-less beard and, in one scene, a waistcoat, which don't help his General Zod-ish appearance.
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