— The Narrator, Arakawa Under the Bridge
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- Averted in one case for DC Nation. Fauna's clothing doesn't "keep up" when she shapeshifts. This led to her fighting off a zombie horde and only realizing AFTER she had come out of her Hulking Out that she was wearing nothing at all. The only saving graces to the situation were that she grew up on a hippie commune and that Hades had forced the Titans to compete in the nude, so she was in good company. She later designed (and sewed) her costume to accommodate her shapeshifting.
- Deliciously averted in Pretty Cure Perfume Preppy whenever Pittan turns human.
- Averted in With Strings Attached; Paul cannot wear clothing, as he rips through it easily, so he has to use a cosmetic illusion to remain modest—when he feels like it. He does walk around naked on occasion, though rarely in public. On the other hand, George's clothing explicitly goes into his "closet" when he changes, so he keeps a whole wardrobe in there and can put on any stored outfit, any time.
- Plasma's Folly: According to Word of God, the hybrids are clothed when they turn back to normal because the challenge of them finding new clothing would deviate from the plot. This is lampshaded on several occasions.
- Invoked in Avengers of the Ring, an Avengers/Lord of the Rings crossover. During the Fellowship's meeting with Galadriel, Bruce receives a magical braise (a pair of silk boxer shorts) from her that works exactly as this trope suggests.
- Averted in Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space. Mad Scientist Dr Zarkendorf tries to turn himself into an thirty-foot hulk with serious anger management issues, but his Crazy-Prepared enemy has arranged for his underwear to be made of unbreakable non-stretch fabric, causing Zarkendorf to pass out from the pain.