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->''"Still haven't found a shirt that goes with your labcoat?"''
-->--'''Olivia''' to '''Professor Kukui''', ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''

BadassLongcoat and WalkingShirtlessScene, two tropes that both represent the [[RatedMForManly paragon of manliness]] and [[MrFanservice hotness]]. It might seem like the two are [[InherentInTheSystem fundamentally]] incapable of being [[JustForFun/XMeetsY combined]], but they can, as these brave men (and [[AbsoluteCleavage braver women]]) will show us below.

[[DistaffCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] to NakedInMink.


[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'': Kamina does it with a BadassCape, but the thought is the same. Simon as well, with an ''actual'' coat.
** Kamina's [[HighSchoolAU High-School alternate-universe]] counterpart plays this trope straight
* Kokojo in ''Anime/DuelMasters''. [[GagDub The dub]] mentions that because he didn't wear a shirt he got a pretty nasty sunburn. "[[SpoofAesop So always wear a shirt! It's just good sense!]]"
* ''Manga/OnePiece'': [[SuperSmoke Captain Smoker]], though not really a longcoat, it's the same aesthetic.
** Not just Smoker. [[AxCrazy Eustass Kid]], X. Drake, [[{{Gonk}} Blackbeard]], Mihawk... This is actually pretty common.
** There's even a woman, Rindo of the Kuja Pirates, [[VaporWear who adopts a look like this]].
** [[{{Cyborg}} Franky]] always has this look. Notable in how it's [[FemaleGaze one of the manly things]] ''not'' [[{{Parody}} parodied.]]
** Luffy himself borders on this after [[spoiler:the timeskip.]]
** [[spoiler:Law]] dons this outfit while [[spoiler:trying to be incognito within Dressrosa. What's odd is that he has a huge chest tattoo which is [[PaperThinDisguise obviously styled]] after his Jolly Roger/crew name.]]
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' has the Captain, though he ditches the coat as well, eventually.
* In ''Manga/{{Tokko}}'' there is Suzuka Kureha, who is an odd female example.
* Ling from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''.
* Alphard from ''Anime/{{Canaan}}''. Also, she's a girl, yet this manages not to feel like AbsoluteCleavage.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Anko is another female with a rather {{Stripperiffic}} design. She's also manlier than most of the men in the show. Hidan also wears one, as does A, the Fourth Raikage.
* Jack Rakan from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
* A few Cappies from ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa'' do this with a waistcoat.
** There's also Rip from the biker gang in "Born to be Mild".
* [[AGodAmI Masami Eiri]] in ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain''. With what appears to be a labcoat, no less.
* [[{{Delinquent}} Harry Tribeca]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid'' is another female example. She has a {{Sarashi}} for the breasts.
* Kuwabara of ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' wears this during the Dark Tournament.
* The title character of ''Franchise/BlackRockShooter''. With a black bra to cover up her breasts.
* [[MsFanservice Blair]] from ''Manga/SoulEater'' becomes this once she gets turned into a guy.
* Awaki Musujime from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' is another girl who dresses like this, using {{Sarashi}} for her breasts. She actually takes it a step further and wears the coat as a CoatCape.
* This is how ''Anime/KillLaKill'''s Aikuro Mikisugi goes about wearing labcoats. However, unlike other examples, pants are also absent from the ensemble, as is underwear.
** Uzu Sanageyama neglects to wear a shirt under his longcoat during his rematch with Ryuko, to show off his bandaged torso.
* In ''Manga/Brave10'', [[WarriorMonk Seikai]] sports this look, which means his [[RatedMForManly muscles]] are on constant display.
* Goku in ''Manga/GokuMidnightEye'' wears no shirt with his black suit with tie.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Spider Jerusalem in ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}''. When he starts wearing shirts it's [[spoiler:a symbolic plot point to play up his declining health and greater sense of physical vulnerability]].
* ComicBook/{{Hellboy}} wears a trench coat and shorts, no shirt.
* In the ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story ''The Big Fat Kill'', the main character Dwight starts the story [[MaleFrontalNudity in the buff]] since he's over at his girlfriend's house where they are post-coital. Her ex-boyfriend comes over to start trouble and he has enough time to pull on a pair of pants and throw on [[BadAssLongcoat his long coat]] but [[MrFanservice does not wear a shirt under it]] Since the entire story [[ExtremelyShortTimespan takes place over the course of a single night]], he has this look throughout the miniseries.
** The film version averts this since he starts the story wearing a pair of pants so he has less clothes to put on when Shelly's ex-boyfriend pops in. He ends up wearing a shirt under his long coat.
* ''{{ComicBook/Sabretooth}}'' has sported this look on [[https://ic.pics.livejournal.com/silverfang2/29185537/1232252/1232252_900.png occasion]], this is just part of all his shirtless scenes.
* Daimon Hellstrom of Marvel Comics - at least in ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'', where his constant shirtlessness is a RunningGag. It does allow us to see the giant pentagram birthmark on his chest.
* This is [[ComicBook/XMan Nate Grey's]] look during his return in the ''Dark X-Men'' miniseries, and like Hellstrom, it shows off his own distinctive mark, the X shaped genetic brand on his chest.
* ''ComicBook/{{Raptors}}'': Both Drago and Aznar Akeba wear long leather trenchcoats (red and black respectively) without a shirt of any sort.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Film/{{Hellboy}} again, moreso in ''[[Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy The Golden Army]]'' than in the first film.
* ''Underworld'' fims:
** Viktor in ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' after regaining his strength but before setting out for the raid.
** Marcus Corvinus and Andreas Tanis in ''Film/UnderworldEvolution''. Subverted in the latter case, as Tanis is far from a badass (he can't hit Selene from 15 feet away).
* ''Film/SpiderMan2'': Otto Octavius has no choice but to dress this way because his tentacles are welded onto his body, making it impossible to wear regular shirts.

* In ''Literature/DragonBlood'', [[spoiler: Tisala]] only wears a long coat after [[spoiler: escaping from a torture bench.]] The coat was the only item of clothing that could be conveniently stolen at the time.
* At one point in Creator/CliveBarker's 1988 novella ''Cabal'' (adapted into the 1990 horror film ''Film/{{Nightbreed}}''), Boone takes off his dirty white shirt to feel his beloved leather jacket on his skin.
* In Pierre Bordage's ''Wang'' series, the blood-crazed Mongol mobsters of Assöl (not a typo) in sub-zero Wroclaw embody this trope. Long leather jackets for the awesome, bare chests to show off their resistance to cold.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* The male cast members of ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' frequently insist that this is the proper way to wear The Duster.
* A December 1973 telecast of ''[[MatchGame Match Game '73]]'' had [=McLean=] Stevenson at the celebrity introduction opening with no shirt or jacket on whatsoever--just a tie-around bow tie, much to the audience's hilarity. Host Gene Rayburn was completely dumbfounded, and called for wardrobe to fetch out a jacket for [=McLean=] to wear for the show.

* Music/LadyGaga in the video for "Alejandro", along with [[CoolShades shades]] [[SunglassesAtNight at night]], white hair, a [[HellBentForLeather leather jacket]] and of course, [[UnderwearOfPower panties]], while singing in front of a [[CreepyCoolCrosses cross]], yeah, she hit everything for that one.
* Joe Perry, the lead guitarist for Music/{{Aerosmith}}, frequently pulled this off on stage in the past. Now, not so much, but you can still occasionally catch him sporting this look.
* Seal in the video for "Crazy".
* Both Jimmy Page and Robert Plant did this a lot on stage in their Music/LedZeppelin days.
* Music/YoshikiHayashi tends to sport this look during Music/XJapan concerts when he isn't drumming.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/{{Edge}} till retirement
* Wrestling/JohnMorrison, and the coat is [[PrettyInMink fur]] too.
* Wrestling/MattHardy starting 2009.
* Wrestling/WadeBarrett, before his Nexus days, would come to the ring wearing a long black coat with an English rose on the lapel, It disappeared after the formation of Wrestling/TheNexus, But the coat made a comeback after his return from an arm injury in 2012.
* Even Wrestling/TheUndertaker has been [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37gO29zqHjA in it]] before.
* Wrestling/TheMiz has worn one to the ring ever since his WWE Title win in 2010.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'': [[TheHero Dante]], though only in the third game (which is pictured). He also starts the game with no coat at all (he doesn't throw it on until the second mission). For the other ''[=DMC=]'' titles, he wears shirts under his red coat.
** To be fair, he HAD just gotten out of the shower at the start of the game. He presumably wears a shirt most of the time.
** He appears with this exact look in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''.
* ''Franchise/MetalGear'' has [[DepravedBisexual Vamp]] and [[EvilCounterpart Liquid Snake]]. Ocelot takes it up as well after being permanently possessed by Liquid in ''[=MGS4=]''.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': [[BigBad Sephiroth]].
* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'': "Ansem" / Xehanort's Heartless. He ditches the jacket for his OneWingedAngel form.
* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''
** Adult!Malus in ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}''
** Dracula from the ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' timeline sports this look.
* Thane Krios from ''Franchise/MassEffect'', though he surprisingly has a justification for it. Exposing his chest to open air helps with his lung disease.
* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' has [[ChivalrousPervert Johnny]]. ''Overture'' also gave us [[IdiotHero Sin]], subverted in that he has some sort of [[RummageSaleReject weird stomach-warmer... Thing]].
* The ''VideoGame/LegacyOfKain'' series has Janos Audron. Except in ''Blood Omen 2'', where he is [[WalkingShirtlessScene shirtless all the time]].
* Kaptain K. Rool from ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest''. Kutlass can also count although wearing a black vest.
* Dedan from ''OFF''.
* One of Luke's alternative costumes in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss''. His default outfit (which includes a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] longcoat) is more restrained but has a similar effect.
* Yashiro Nanakase from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters''.
** [[http://images.wikia.com/snk/images/1/16/Ash_2003comic.jpg Ash Crimson]] is also shown to use this look when he's not rocking the regular outfit.
* Elite Four member Drake from ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''.
* As quoted at the top of the page, Professor Kukui from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', wears his lab coat over a bare chest.
* The male version of "Marra's Party Dress" costume in ''VideoGame/{{Aion}}''.
* Ruvik, the BigBad of ''VideoGame/TheEvilWithin'' appears this way when not in flashbacks.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* In ''VisualNovel/AtomGrrrl'', Big E's signature outfit is a purple pair of lingerie and a long jacket over it.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* [[NoNameGiven The neighbour]] in ''Webcomic/FlakyPastry'' does this with a long red jacket, in what's probably a ShoutOut to ''Devil May Cry''.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'': Sage Ayana from [[MrFanservice Team SSSN]] wears a long white jacket over a tattooed chest.
* ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan'':
** Chef Pee Pee [[SubvertedTrope subverts this trope]] in the episode, "Bowser's Salad Wrap" by slapping his jacket once, opening its buttons, and leaving it that way for a moment. Bowser Junior is disgusted, while his father admits he's too sexy.
** The Brooklyn Guy appears at the end of "Chef Poo Poo's Kitchen Disaster!", and is suggested to strip himself. He only does it part way, with his jacket open (and of course, not being taken off) for the rest of the ending.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Harm in ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
* Bud's biker outfit from an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGoofs''.
* Slick Possum from ''[[WesternAnimation/BlinkyBill The Adventures Of Blinky Bill]]''.
* Pos from ''WesternAnimation/SkippyAdventuresInBushtown''.
* A few of Newton's forms from ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt''.
* Buddy Boar and Bull Gator from ''WesternAnimation/TazMania''. The former uses a blue jacket, while the latter wears a brown vest.
* Throttle and Cataclysm from ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars''.
* The Cucaracha and Oggy's father from ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches''.
* It's not obvious at first, but Manchester Black in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanVsTheElite''. The man's got a full Union Jack tattooed on his chest and stomach so many viewers don't realize he's shirtless. He's got enough PsychicPowers that he can stand up to Franchise/{{Superman}} (to a point).