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10th Mar '18 4:07:11 AM annieholmes
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* ''Theatre/Cinderella'': On Broadway, both the Fairy Godmother and Ella spin to transform their rags into gorgeous gowns. Demonstrated [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcP1cV3nBZI here]] in their Tony Awards performance.

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* ''Theatre/Cinderella'': ''Theatre/{{Cinderella}}'': On Broadway, both the Fairy Godmother and Ella spin to transform their rags into gorgeous gowns. Demonstrated [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcP1cV3nBZI here]] in their Tony Awards performance.
10th Mar '18 4:06:41 AM annieholmes
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* ''Theatre/Cinderella'': On Broadway, both the Fairy Godmother and Ella spin to transform their rags into gorgeous gowns. Demonstrated [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcP1cV3nBZI here]] in their Tony Awards performance.
2nd Mar '18 3:59:59 PM darkemyst
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* Queen Albia of England from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' can go from gardening clothes to mourning garb to a Skifandrian outfit over the course of five panels. While having a conversation.
25th Feb '18 3:34:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''SecretAgentBarbie'', {{Franchise/Barbie}} performs these when changing between Stealth, Action and Adventure modes, sometimes in broad daylight, in a public area, while surrounded by other people. This is never mentioned or explained.

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* In ''SecretAgentBarbie'', ''VideoGame/SecretAgentBarbie'', {{Franchise/Barbie}} performs these when changing between Stealth, Action and Adventure modes, sometimes in broad daylight, in a public area, while surrounded by other people. This is never mentioned or explained.
17th Feb '18 12:40:18 PM nombretomado
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* The classic version of Comicbook/TheCreeper has an implant which makes his costume (originally worn to a costume party) appear and disappear. The PostCrisis version also recreates the drugs that were in his system at the time, explaining why the Creeper acts so erratically.

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* The classic version of Comicbook/TheCreeper has an implant which makes his costume (originally worn to a costume party) appear and disappear. The PostCrisis ComicBook/PostCrisis version also recreates the drugs that were in his system at the time, explaining why the Creeper acts so erratically.
25th Jan '18 5:30:20 PM MacronNotes
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* ''Anime/CuteyHoney'' has a special device built into her BoobsOfSteel that allows her to instantly reconfigure her clothing and even her appearance; beyond the normal HenshinHero effect, she can change into a number of alternate forms with unique skill sets, such as BikerBabe Hurricane Honey and HotScoop Scoop Honey.

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* ''Anime/CuteyHoney'' has a special device built into her BoobsOfSteel that allows her to instantly reconfigure her clothing and even her appearance; beyond the normal HenshinHero effect, she can change into a number of alternate forms with unique skill sets, such as BikerBabe Hurricane Honey and HotScoop Scoop Honey.
25th Jan '18 1:59:39 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* The current ''ComicBook/HeroicAge'' version of Comicbook/IronMan. His armor is entirely part of his body and emerges from his bones when needed.

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* The current ''ComicBook/HeroicAge'' version of Comicbook/IronMan. His armor is entirely part of his body and emerges from his bones when needed.
25th Nov '17 1:53:33 PM DaibhidC
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* The classic version of Comicbook/TheCreeper has an implant which makes his costume (originally worn to a costume party) appear and disappear. The PostCrisis version also recreates the drugs that were in his system at the time, explaining why the Creeper acts so erratically.
25th Nov '17 1:49:04 PM DaibhidC
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* A Franchise/GreenLantern Ring can do this. When a Lantern is separated from their ring, they usually undergo an involuntary Instant Civilian Clothes Trick, due to NoOntologicalInertia.

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* A Franchise/GreenLantern Ring can do this. When a Lantern is separated from their ring, they usually undergo an involuntary Instant Civilian Clothes Trick, Clothes, due to NoOntologicalInertia.
25th Nov '17 1:48:38 PM DaibhidC
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The Instant Costume Change is an ability of SuperHero characters to change from their [[SecretIdentity street clothes]] into their hero costumes, well, instantly. This doesn't include characters who wear their costumes under their normal clothing. The Instant Costume Change is usually accomplished by some bit of AppliedPhlebotinum that automatically transforms the character's clothing with little action; often a button push or just a thought.

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The Instant Costume Change is an ability of SuperHero characters to change from their [[SecretIdentity street clothes]] into their hero costumes, well, instantly. This doesn't include characters who [[DressedInLayers wear their costumes under their normal clothing.clothing]]. The Instant Costume Change is usually accomplished by some bit of AppliedPhlebotinum that automatically transforms the character's clothing with little action; often a button push or just a thought.



* A Franchise/GreenLantern Ring can do this.

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* A Franchise/GreenLantern Ring can do this. When a Lantern is separated from their ring, they usually undergo an involuntary Instant Civilian Clothes Trick, due to NoOntologicalInertia.
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