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7th Jan '16 4:59:50 PM Saber15
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* In ''[[Videogame/BattleZone1998 Battlezone II: Combat Commander]]'', ISDF troops wear form-fitting grey EVA suits. However, the addition of a backpack (either a JumpJetPack or explosive pack) and an armored chestplate prevents them from looking too silly for combat armor. In the original game, [[UsefulNotes/TheSpaceRace set 40 years prior]], both the American and Soviet pilots wear heavy, bulky and baggy spacesuits.
7th Jan '16 1:38:20 PM nombretomado
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* One of Ulala's many costumes in ''SpaceChannel5'' is her bright orange latex space suit, complete with bubble helmet, flared pants, and platforms.
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* One of Ulala's many costumes in ''SpaceChannel5'' ''VideoGame/SpaceChannel5'' is her bright orange latex space suit, complete with bubble helmet, flared pants, and platforms.
12th Dec '15 5:41:49 PM nombretomado
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** In the XWingSeries, the rebel pilots complain about having to change into sleek dress uniforms for a formal occasion, since they like the extra pockets in their flightsuits, as well as the baggier clothing - as fighter pilots, they can be a bit sensitive about the weight gain that can result from spending hours sitting in a cockpit.
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** In the XWingSeries, Literature/XWingSeries, the rebel pilots complain about having to change into sleek dress uniforms for a formal occasion, since they like the extra pockets in their flightsuits, as well as the baggier clothing - as fighter pilots, they can be a bit sensitive about the weight gain that can result from spending hours sitting in a cockpit.
7th Dec '15 2:47:56 AM NozzDogg
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* Nearly all space suits in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' are sleek and form fitting, even coming with a fishbowl helmet. The only exceptions are the hard hat suits used by asteroid belt miners.
20th Nov '15 10:53:58 AM Atomic_Bear
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** ALL Gundam series since the first one. However, [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Amuro]], [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Camille]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Juudau]]'s suits were less ornate and more practical than the ones SuperRobotGenre pilots wore, and female suits were not tightier and sexier than the male ones.
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** ALL Gundam series since the first one. However, [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Amuro]], [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Camille]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Juudau]]'s suits were less ornate and more practical than the ones SuperRobotGenre pilots wore, and female suits were not tightier and sexier than the male ones. Also notable that while form-fitting and notably lighter (for mobility) than the "Normal Suits" worn by ship crews, Pilot Suits in the Universal Century timeline are still clearly padded and made of multiple layers. [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Domon's]] suit however IS skin tight and practically painted on.
14th Nov '15 8:54:07 AM StFan
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* ''{{Valerian}}''. The skintight suits can be worn almost everywhere including outer space and Scottish pubs. Nobody pays any attention. Though Laureline will switch, often "on screen", to freshly shopped local garb, and will manage this even in the middle of a desert on a forsaken wartorn planet, while Valerian like as not will stick with his suit. * DC's ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'' takes things a step further with the transuit, a skin-tight and completely transparent environment suit which enables characters to breathe in a vacuum or otherwise hostile environment without being perceptible as anything more than a white armband (despite being full-body and skin-tight, the transuits do not so much as flatten down the characters' hair). Unlike most Latex Space Suits, the transuit's skin-tightness is ''not'' a means of providing fanservice, since it is transparent and worn over normal clothing... but since most Legionnaires both male and female wear skin-tight superhero jumpsuits anyhow, it all comes out the same.
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* ''{{Valerian}}''.''ComicBook/{{Valerian}}''. The skintight suits can be worn almost everywhere including outer space and Scottish pubs. Nobody pays any attention. Though Laureline will switch, often "on screen", to freshly shopped local garb, and will manage this even in the middle of a desert on a forsaken wartorn war-torn planet, while Valerian like as not will stick with his suit. * DC's ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of of Super-Heroes}}'' takes things a step further with the transuit, a skin-tight and completely transparent environment suit which enables characters to breathe in a vacuum or otherwise hostile environment without being perceptible as anything more than a white armband (despite being full-body and skin-tight, the transuits do not so much as flatten down the characters' hair). Unlike most Latex Space Suits, the transuit's skin-tightness is ''not'' a means of providing fanservice, since it is transparent and worn over normal clothing... but since most Legionnaires both male and female wear skin-tight superhero jumpsuits anyhow, it all comes out the same.
8th Nov '15 7:21:33 PM nombretomado
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* One bit of pre-melding plague tech in Creator/AlastairReynolds' ''RevelationSpace'' universe is a membrane of nanomachines stretched over a hole in a spacecraft's hull. Replacing both airlock and spacesuit, all you have to do is pass through the membrane and it wraps you in a spacesuit, and removes it on your way back in.
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* One bit of pre-melding plague tech in Creator/AlastairReynolds' ''RevelationSpace'' ''Literature/RevelationSpace'' universe is a membrane of nanomachines stretched over a hole in a spacecraft's hull. Replacing both airlock and spacesuit, all you have to do is pass through the membrane and it wraps you in a spacesuit, and removes it on your way back in.
8th Nov '15 10:42:40 AM nombretomado
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* The web series ''RedVsBlue'' not only has bulky, generic armor on its characters, but makes use of it, with a number of occasions of gender confusion. However, the makers were using the game ''Halo'' for all their animation and therefore had no choice in the matter, so it is kind of an EnforcedTrope.
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* The web series ''RedVsBlue'' ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' not only has bulky, generic armor on its characters, but makes use of it, with a number of occasions of gender confusion. However, the makers were using the game ''Halo'' for all their animation and therefore had no choice in the matter, so it is kind of an EnforcedTrope.
26th Oct '15 4:52:52 AM Mercy
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* The anime ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' consciously makes its space suits as realistic as possible, even down to the adult diapers. Except that InSpaceEveryoneCanSeeYourFace. ** To be fair, the helmets are equipped with an opaque visor that incorporates a computer generated display. Most EVA is conducted with the visor closed. However when opened the helmets do lack the reflective coating standard on space helmets. ** Considering certain technological developments, this may soon end up a case of {{Zeerust}} or ScienceMarchesOn.
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* The anime ''Anime/{{Planetes}}'' consciously makes its space suits as realistic as possible, even down to the adult diapers. Except that InSpaceEveryoneCanSeeYourFace. ** To be fair, InSpaceEveryoneCanSeeYourFace, at least when the helmets are equipped with an opaque visor that (which incorporates a computer generated display. Most EVA computer-generated display) is conducted with the visor closed. However when opened the helmets do lack the reflective coating standard on space helmets. ** Considering certain technological developments, this may soon end up a case of {{Zeerust}} or ScienceMarchesOn.opened.
24th Oct '15 9:38:19 AM MachRider1985
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* ''Fanfic/ACrownOfStars'': Shinji and Asuka wore skintight suits called plugsuits to pilot her Evas. When they ride their newest mecha they wear a different sintight uniform. * ''Fanfic/AdviceAndTrust'': Shinji, Asuka and Rei wore plugsuits, tight suits made to improve their synch with their giant robots. Shinji and Asuka got quite sick of them when [[spoiler:they were detained]] since they spent two whole days wearing their liquid-drenched, sweaty plugsuits. When [[spoiler:Gendo fired them]] he sent them off without even giving them time to change clothes, and they spent the whole way back to Misato's apartment wondering what doing with the damned suits they were not supposed to bring out of the base, or where storing them.
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