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22nd Jun '18 9:27:49 AM LavonPapillon1
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** It is later demonstrated in ''WesternAnimation/Incredibles2'' when Violet, having renounced her status as a superhero (and the NSA) after [[spoiler:Dicker accidentally erases all memory of her from Tony]], attempts to destroy her suit. She tries to destroy it in the garbage disposal, only for it to flail ineffectually. She tries tearing it with her teeth before finally throwing it against the wall, the suit still completely intact.
19th Jun '18 11:49:02 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'' pilot, Barry is given a special [=STAR=] Labs prototype firefighter suit that can handle the effects of his powers. It's later altered to become his costume. A similar suit is later given to Wally West (Kid Flash). The one-off villain Velocity makes her own suit, which is later given to Jesse after she becomes a speedster. Ralph's first superhero suit looks like a set of gray pajamas that can stretch almost as far as Ralph himself. Later on, though, Cisco makes him a new suit that looks far sleeker and can also stretch. For the villain, Savitar's armor allows him to survive speeds far in excess of what most speedsters are capable of. It also has a number of other properties such as retractable metal spikes and autonomous operation. In the [[Series/TheFlash1990 90s show]], it was stated that the Flash's costume was a originally prototype deep sea diving suit that was designed to withstand incredible amounts of pressure, explaining why it doesn't disintegrate whenever he uses his powers.

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* In ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'' pilot, Barry is given a special [=STAR=] Labs prototype firefighter suit that can handle the effects of his powers. It's later altered to become his costume. A similar suit is later given to Wally West (Kid Flash). The one-off villain Velocity makes her own suit, which is later given to Jesse after she becomes a speedster. Ralph's first superhero suit looks like a set of gray pajamas that can stretch almost as far as Ralph himself. Later on, though, Cisco makes him a new suit that looks far sleeker and can also stretch. For the villain, Savitar's armor allows him to survive speeds far in excess of what most speedsters are capable of. It also has a number of other properties such as retractable metal spikes and autonomous operation. In the [[Series/TheFlash1990 90s show]], it was stated that the Flash's costume was a originally a prototype deep sea diving suit that was designed to withstand incredible amounts of pressure, explaining why it doesn't disintegrate whenever he uses his powers.
18th Jun '18 8:19:24 PM comicwriter
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* The ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', much like the source material, gives ComicBook/BlackPanther a vibranium-lined suit that lets him shrug off ''machine-gun fire'' with pretty much no reaction. In his SpinOff [[Film/BlackPanther solo movie]], he is given an upgraded suit that is made of {{Nano Machine}}s, allowing it to [[InstantArmor instantly form around him at a moment's notice]].

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* The ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', much like the source material, gives ComicBook/BlackPanther a vibranium-lined suit that lets him shrug off ''machine-gun fire'' with pretty much no reaction. In his SpinOff [[Film/BlackPanther solo movie]], he is given an upgraded suit that is made of {{Nano Machine}}s, allowing it to [[InstantArmor instantly form around him at a moment's notice]].notice]].
* [[AllThereInTheManual Ancillary material for]] ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' confirms that during his time as a member of the team, Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk wears a special pair of high-tech microfiber pants that expand with him when he transforms. In all of his other film appearances, the Hulk simply relies on MagicPants.



* In ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'' pilot, Barry is given a special [=STAR=] Labs prototype deep sea suit that can handle the effects of his powers. It's later altered to become his costume. A similar suit is later given to Wally West (Kid Flash). The one-off villain Velocity makes her own suit, which is later given to Jesse after she becomes a speedster. Ralph's first superhero suit looks like a set of gray pajamas that can stretch almost as far as Ralph himself. Later on, though, Cisco makes him a new suit that looks far sleeker and can also stretch. For the villain, Savitar's armor allows him to survive speeds far in excess of what most speedsters are capable of. It also has a number of other properties such as retractable metal spikes and autonomous operation.

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* In ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'' pilot, Barry is given a special [=STAR=] Labs prototype deep sea firefighter suit that can handle the effects of his powers. It's later altered to become his costume. A similar suit is later given to Wally West (Kid Flash). The one-off villain Velocity makes her own suit, which is later given to Jesse after she becomes a speedster. Ralph's first superhero suit looks like a set of gray pajamas that can stretch almost as far as Ralph himself. Later on, though, Cisco makes him a new suit that looks far sleeker and can also stretch. For the villain, Savitar's armor allows him to survive speeds far in excess of what most speedsters are capable of. It also has a number of other properties such as retractable metal spikes and autonomous operation. In the [[Series/TheFlash1990 90s show]], it was stated that the Flash's costume was a originally prototype deep sea diving suit that was designed to withstand incredible amounts of pressure, explaining why it doesn't disintegrate whenever he uses his powers.
18th Jun '18 8:07:58 PM comicwriter
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* Comicbook/BlackPanther's costume is lined with vibranium, the same metal used to construct ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's shield. This makes the suit effectively bulletproof and very resistant to blunt force trauma.

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* Comicbook/BlackPanther's costume is lined with vibranium, [[MadeOfIndestructium vibranium]], the same metal used to construct ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's shield. This makes the suit effectively bulletproof and very resistant to blunt force trauma.



* The ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', much like the source material, gives ComicBook/BlackPanther a vibranium-lined suit that lets him shrug off ''machine-gun fire'' with pretty much no reaction.

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* The ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', much like the source material, gives ComicBook/BlackPanther a vibranium-lined suit that lets him shrug off ''machine-gun fire'' with pretty much no reaction. In his SpinOff [[Film/BlackPanther solo movie]], he is given an upgraded suit that is made of {{Nano Machine}}s, allowing it to [[InstantArmor instantly form around him at a moment's notice]].
18th Jun '18 8:04:29 PM comicwriter
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** Colossus's traditional costume had MagicPants made of unstable molecules, exposing his thighs when he was in his metal form and allowing them to be decently covered while in human form. "Had" is the operative word. Ever since Colossus' return in ''Astonishing X-Men,'' whenever he's in his otherwise-just-like-day-one costume, he shows just as much leg in human form as in metal form. [[FanService No complaints]].

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** Colossus's Comicbook/{{Colossus}}'s traditional costume had MagicPants made of unstable molecules, exposing his thighs when he was in his metal form and allowing them to be decently covered while in human form. "Had" is the operative word. Ever since Colossus' return in ''Astonishing X-Men,'' whenever he's in his otherwise-just-like-day-one costume, he shows just as much leg in human form as in metal form. [[FanService No complaints]].
18th Jun '18 8:00:17 PM comicwriter
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* Franchise/GreenLantern's costume/uniform is created by his power ring by simply changing his regular clothes to his uniform. Thus, as long as the ring is working, his work clothes are usually going to look great and clean by default.

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* Franchise/GreenLantern's costume/uniform is created Each member of the Comicbook/GreenLantern Corps wears a special uniform generated by his their power ring by simply changing his regular clothes to his uniform. ring. Thus, as long as the ring is working, his working properly, their work clothes are usually going to look great and clean by default.
29th May '18 1:57:05 AM intastiel
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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', items worn or carried by a PlayerCharacter are generally assumed to share the PC's Saving Throw values and are usually unaffected by area effects, meaning that a silk cloak can somehow become vastly more resilient to fire when a PC is wearing it.
14th May '18 10:16:29 PM GaidinBDJ
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* On ''Series/LukeCage'', the titular character is bulletproof but his clothing is not. It's [[Main/LampshadeHanging mentioned]] a few times and even becomes a plot point when he's on the run as people start wearing bullet-riddles hoodies to make it harder for the police to find Luke.
8th May '18 1:58:26 PM cdrood
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** This extends from Superman's Post-Crisis power set as defined by Creator/JohnByrne. His invulnerability was due to an aura extending slightly from his body that also protected skin tight clothing. He had a lot of torn and burnt capes during this period.
14th Apr '18 9:07:43 AM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Series/BlackLightning'', the titular hero's new suit has a nanoweave that focuses and amplifies his powers, as well as being bulletproof. The suit also allows Jefferson to fly by projecting electrical blasts out of his hands downward. Later on, the suit's make Gambi also [[spoiler:agrees to make a bulletproof suit for Anissa (AKA Thunder)]].

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* In ''Series/BlackLightning'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'', the titular hero's new suit has a nanoweave that focuses and amplifies his powers, as well as being bulletproof. The suit also allows Jefferson to fly by projecting electrical blasts out of his hands downward. Later on, the suit's make maker Gambi also [[spoiler:agrees to make a bulletproof suit for Anissa (AKA Thunder)]].Thunder).]]
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