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Wolverine, various X films
With Wolvie, it's all about the leisure wear — specifically, the white tank top that serves as his back-up costume whenever he's not wearing Xavier? brand black leather. The biceps help, too.
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The Human Torch, Fantastic Four
A little flair goes a long way. This outfit could just be a typical mid-decade dark jumpsuit, but that snazzy ''4'' grabs your attention. It's like a pocket square.
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Batman, Batman & Robin
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Dr. Manhattan, Watchmen
If you've got it, flaunt it.
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The chain-mail sleeves scream ''power.'' The metallic breastplate proclaims ''confidence.'' The cape is red... so red.
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Hal Jordan, Green Lantern
Essentially painted on with space magic/CGI effects. Body paint still counts as clothing, right?
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Mr. Incredible, The Incredibles
It requires serious shoulders, but most good clothes do.
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Leather pants, a trench coat, and no shirt. Sure, Hellboy sounds like a flasher, but great fashion is all about taking chances.
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Extremely influential, Blade's battle wear helped to define a generation of superhero outfits. Hooray for black leather!
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In the '70s, superhero outfits didn't come with Kevlar or prosthetic six-packs. That's all man, baby. Mr. Reeve, we salute you.