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12th Jan '18 6:23:05 PM DragonQuestZ
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* ''Webcomic/BoundAdventures'' takes place in a dominatrix themed world, and this outfit is worn more often than even corsets.
28th Dec '17 6:45:38 PM erforce
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* In the ''Film/XMen'' movies both the male and female X-Men wear the tight leather suits. The problem of mobility is pointed out in the DVD extra material by Creator/HughJackman as the suits created literal InsurmountableWaistHeightFence situations. Also Lady Deathstrike from the second film.

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* In the ''Film/XMen'' movies both ''Film/XMenFilmSeries''
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the male and female X-Men wear the tight leather suits. The problem of mobility is pointed out in the DVD extra material by Creator/HughJackman as the suits created literal InsurmountableWaistHeightFence situations.
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Also Lady Deathstrike from the [[Film/X2XMenUnited second film.film]].



* Ironically subverted in the Halle Berry ''Film/CatWoman'' film. Patience dons a leather catsuit as part of her MakeoverMontage but she abandons it pretty soon and opts for something even more {{Stripperiffic}} -- that does at least look like it offers more mobility.

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* Ironically subverted in the Halle Berry ''Film/CatWoman'' ''Film/{{Catwoman}}'' film. Patience dons a leather catsuit as part of her MakeoverMontage but she abandons it pretty soon and opts for something even more {{Stripperiffic}} -- that does at least look like it offers more mobility.



* {{Lampshaded}} in ''Franchise/StarWars: Legacy of the Force: Invincible''; [[ActionGirl Jaina Solo]] more-or-less complains about how the suit she stole from a GAG soldier is more suitable for someone trying to draw some attention to themselves: ''...a full size too small, and snug in all the wrong places for a woman trying to avoid attention.''

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* {{Lampshaded}} in ''Franchise/StarWars: Legacy of the Force: Literaure/LegacyOfTheForce: Invincible''; [[ActionGirl Jaina Solo]] more-or-less complains about how the suit she stole from a GAG soldier is more suitable for someone trying to draw some attention to themselves: ''...a full size too small, and snug in all the wrong places for a woman trying to avoid attention.''
25th Dec '17 10:29:06 PM FruityOatyBars
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* The ComicBook/BlackPanther counts as a male example.

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* The ComicBook/BlackPanther counts as a male example. (And another particularly appropriate one.)
18th Dec '17 9:18:54 AM Cuddles
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* ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} wore a yellow and red catsuit and, later, the renown red catsuit. His suit was altered from a catsuit appearance to, quite literally, a "devil suit".

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* ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} wore a yellow and red catsuit and, later, the renown renowned red catsuit. His suit was altered from a catsuit appearance to, quite literally, a "devil suit".
7th Dec '17 4:19:44 AM Arivne
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* Trinity in ''Film/TheMatrix'' trilogy.

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* Trinity in ''Film/TheMatrix'' trilogy. She regularly wears a skintight black latex suit when operating as one of Morpheus's agents.
5th Dec '17 7:20:35 PM WillKeaton
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* The catsuits on ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez'' manage to be quite stealthier as parts of them are black along with the usual bright coloring. They also include shoulder and knee pads, unlike their predecessors.

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* The catsuits on ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez'' manage to be quite stealthier as has some parts of them that are black along with black, but the usual bright coloring.rest of the suit it brightly coloured. They also include shoulder and knee pads, unlike their predecessors.
5th Dec '17 7:18:44 PM WillKeaton
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* September's backup dancers in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qux6PhqbBBU Cry for You]].
* The stand-in Emma Peel in Music/{{XTC}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo Mayor of Simpleton]].

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* September's backup dancers in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qux6PhqbBBU Cry for You]].
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* The stand-in Emma Peel in Music/{{XTC}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo Mayor of Simpleton]].Simpleton.]]



* Strangely enough, in ''Franchise/MetalGear'', the SpyCatsuit is the domain of [[http://i11.tinypic.com/4ujta9j.jpg male spies]]. The female spies get to wear [[http://i17.tinypic.com/5xz6dz6.jpg proper camo]], suits, military uniforms or flight suits. The Boss starts out in a proper BDU, but switches this for possibly the [[http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n291/celtic1962/THEBOSSsnakeeater.jpg a more "space age" type outfit]]. Eva in ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' plays this pretty straight though, complete with the front-zipper cleavage, which features prominently in first-person cutscenes.

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* Strangely enough, in ''Franchise/MetalGear'', the SpyCatsuit is the domain of [[http://i11.tinypic.com/4ujta9j.jpg male spies]]. The female spies get to wear [[http://i17.tinypic.com/5xz6dz6.jpg proper camo]], suits, military uniforms or flight suits. The Boss starts out in a proper BDU, but switches this for possibly the [[http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n291/celtic1962/THEBOSSsnakeeater.jpg a more "space age" type outfit]]. outfit.]] Eva in ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' plays this pretty straight though, complete with the front-zipper cleavage, which features prominently in first-person cutscenes.



* ''Webcomic/AxeCop'' wears a cat suit on night missions... [[http://axecop.com/comic/ask-axe-cop-67/ To actually pretend being a cat]].

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* ''Webcomic/AxeCop'' wears a cat suit on night missions... [[http://axecop.com/comic/ask-axe-cop-67/ To actually pretend being a cat]].cat.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/AeonFlux'' wore an even less practical outfit on her missions. It must be [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Aeon%20Flux.jpg seen]] to be disbelieved.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AeonFlux'' wore an even less practical outfit on her missions. It must be [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Aeon%20Flux.jpg seen]] It must be seen to be disbelieved.]]
5th Dec '17 6:35:10 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* Erin Esurance, the female agent in the pre-2010 Esurance commercials, frequently sported one.

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* Erin Esurance, Advertising/ErinEsurance, the female agent in the pre-2010 Esurance commercials, frequently sported one.
5th Oct '17 11:20:28 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* Unlocking the Intrigue outfit (by levelling all three of the Intrigue category's skills to at least 25) in ''VisualNovel/LongLiveTheQueen'' gives the player the option [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/longlivethequeen/images/2/2b/Catsuit.png/revision/latest?cb=20140119133504 to dress Elodie in one of these,]] complete with a [[HighClassGlass monocle.]]
20th Sep '17 3:13:38 AM bwburke94
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* [[Series/BionicWoman Michelle]] [[{{Series/Jekyll}} Ryan]] wore one as [[Series/DoctorWho Lady Christina De Souza]] in ''The Planet of the Dead''
** And Wendy Padbury, as Zoe Heriot in the Second Doctor's era, wore a sparkly catsuit.
** And Jean Marsh, as Sara Kingdom in the First Doctor era, wore an Emma Peel-style catsuit. Unlike Zoe and Christina, her character was actually a bona fide spy, or at least an agent of a paramilitary organization.

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* [[Series/BionicWoman Michelle]] [[{{Series/Jekyll}} Ryan]] wore one as [[Series/DoctorWho Lady Christina De Souza]] in ''The Planet of the Dead''
''Series/DoctorWho'':
** And Wendy Padbury, as Zoe Heriot in the Second Doctor's era, wore a sparkly catsuit.
** And
Jean Marsh, as Sara Kingdom in the First Doctor era, wore an Emma Peel-style catsuit. Unlike Zoe and Christina, her catsuit in "The Daleks' Master Plan". Her character was actually a bona fide spy, or at least an agent of a paramilitary organization.organization.
** Wendy Padbury, as Zoe Heriot in the Second Doctor era, wore a sparkly catsuit, most famously in "The Mind Robber".
** Michelle Ryan, as Lady Christina de Souza in the one-off Tenth Doctor special "Planet of the Dead", also wore a catsuit.



* Lynda Carter's Series/WonderWoman wore one on a couple of rare occasions in which it replaced her regular costume when she needed to go swimming (likely lampshading the fact that her regular costume ''was'' basically a swimsuit). It actually fits the trope name because in the TV continuity, Diana Prince worked for a spy organization.

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* Lynda Carter's Series/WonderWoman title character in ''Series/WonderWoman'' wore one on a couple of rare occasions in which it replaced her regular costume when she needed to go swimming (likely lampshading the fact that her regular costume ''was'' basically a swimsuit). It actually fits the trope name because in the TV continuity, Diana Prince worked for a spy organization.
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