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3rd Dec '17 7:44:24 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all either clad in black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex. Averted with new character Comicbook/TheVision, who is red and green like his comic counterpart, even if the green is a much darker shade.

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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all either clad in black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of gear, rather than green spandex. Averted with new character Comicbook/TheVision, who is red and green like his comic counterpart, even if the green is a much darker shade.
3rd Dec '17 7:43:31 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all either clad in black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex.

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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all either clad in black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex. Averted with new character Comicbook/TheVision, who is red and green like his comic counterpart, even if the green is a much darker shade.
3rd Dec '17 7:42:41 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all clad in either black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex.

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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all either clad in either black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex.
3rd Dec '17 7:41:40 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' is a mixed bag. Captain America once again dons a red, white and blue outfit similar to the one he wore in ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'', but the white on the arms is removed. Falcon's outfit has been redesigned to include more red and silver, while Hawkeye now has a completely new costume that's mostly covered in purple and appears closer to his original 616 comic design. Scarlet Witch also has a red costume now, and Spider-Man, aside from a few thicker black stripes, looks ''exactly'' like his first design in the comics. This trope is surprisingly inverted with Comicbook/BlackPanther, whose costume is given silver detailing that actually makes it look ''more'' colorful than what he usually wears in the comics.

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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' is a mixed bag. Captain America once again dons a red, white and blue outfit similar to the one he wore in ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'', but the white on the arms is removed. Falcon's outfit has been redesigned to include more red and silver, while Hawkeye now has a completely new costume that's mostly covered in purple and appears closer to his original 616 comic design.dark purple. Scarlet Witch also has a red costume now, and Spider-Man, aside from a few thicker black stripes, looks ''exactly'' like his first design in the comics. This trope is surprisingly inverted with Comicbook/BlackPanther, whose costume is given silver detailing that actually makes it look ''more'' colorful than what he usually wears in the comics.
3rd Dec '17 7:39:32 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]].

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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': Hawkeye once more doesn't wear his classic purple duds, but does wear a BadassLongcoat that greatly resembles his Ronin costume from the comics, and incorporates some details from his classic suit. It also comes with giving him more purple, despite being largely black. Similarly, both ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} ditch their costumes from the comics, and instead wear CivvieSpandex that evokes their usual costume aesthetics. However, [[spoiler: Scarlet Witch dons a full superhero costume of red leather reminiscent of her Ultimate look at the end of film after joining the Avengers]]. Additionally, members of HYDRA appear at the beginning of the film, and they're once again all clad in either black uniforms or white winter camouflage gear instead of green spandex.
3rd Dec '17 6:37:48 PM comicwriter
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** ''Film/JusticeLeague'' includes a number of examples. Batman's previous black-and-gray costume becomes more of a uniform black like prior Batman movies. Flash wears bright red armor with some yellow and the white ChestInsignia, but has a black undersuit. Cyborg has greater emphasis on his black and silver body and red lights. Superman will be wearing his black and silver suit for a portion of the film. On the other hand, Superman's red and blue suit is brighter than it was in prior DCEU films. As for Wonder Woman, she looks brighter than in BVS but still darker than in her solo film.

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** ''Film/JusticeLeague'' includes a number of examples. Batman's previous black-and-gray costume becomes more of a uniform black like prior Batman movies. Flash wears bright red armor with some yellow and the white ChestInsignia, but has a black undersuit. Cyborg has greater emphasis on his black and silver body and red lights. Superman will be wearing his black and silver suit for a portion of the film. On the other hand, Superman's red and blue suit is brighter than it was in prior DCEU films. As for Wonder Woman, she looks brighter than in BVS but still darker than in her solo film.
18th Nov '17 9:34:55 AM Anicomicgeek
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* Very briefly after his [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman return from the dead]], Superman sported an all black spandex suit with a metallic S-shield, and a mullet. He went back to the trademark red and blue tights before the story's end, although the mullet remained for a couple of years. This led to some confusion (on both sides) when a time warp occurred in the mid-1990s and various [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batmans]] from the character's then-55-year history began showing up in Metropolis. The first Batman that Superman comes across is the one from the 1970s, and at first he doesn't realize this isn't the modern Batman.

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* Very briefly after his [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman return from the dead]], Superman sported an all black spandex suit with a metallic S-shield, and a mullet. He went back to the trademark red and blue tights before the story's end, although the mullet remained for a couple of years. This led to some confusion (on both sides) when a time warp occurred in during the mid-1990s events of ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and various [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batmans]] Batmen]] from the character's then-55-year history began showing up in Metropolis. The first Batman that Superman comes across is the one from the 1970s, and at first he doesn't realize this isn't the modern Batman.
18th Nov '17 9:34:55 AM Anicomicgeek
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13th Nov '17 8:53:56 PM ghidorah15
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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' is a mixed bag. Captain America once again dons a red, white and blue outfit similar to the one he wore in ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'', but the white on the arms is removed. Falcon's outfit has been redesigned to include more red and silver, while Hawkeye now has a completely new costume that's mostly covered in purple and appears closer to his original 616 comic design. Scarlet Witch also has a red costume now, and Spider-Man, aside from a few thicker black stripes, looks ’’exactly’’ like his first design in the comics. This trope is surprisingly inverted with Comicbook/BlackPanther, whose costume is given silver detailing that actually makes it look ''more'' colorful than what he usually wears in the comics.

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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' is a mixed bag. Captain America once again dons a red, white and blue outfit similar to the one he wore in ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'', but the white on the arms is removed. Falcon's outfit has been redesigned to include more red and silver, while Hawkeye now has a completely new costume that's mostly covered in purple and appears closer to his original 616 comic design. Scarlet Witch also has a red costume now, and Spider-Man, aside from a few thicker black stripes, looks ’’exactly’’ ''exactly'' like his first design in the comics. This trope is surprisingly inverted with Comicbook/BlackPanther, whose costume is given silver detailing that actually makes it look ''more'' colorful than what he usually wears in the comics.
13th Nov '17 8:51:33 PM ghidorah15
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*** ComicBook/BlackCanary wears black leather, [[JustifiedTrope just like in the comics]], but she notably wears ''more'', as she wears leather pants instead of fishnet stockings.

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*** The several versions of ComicBook/BlackCanary wears wear black leather, [[JustifiedTrope just like in the comics]], but she they notably wears wear ''more'', as she wears going for leather pants instead of fishnet stockings.
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