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No... just no... colored! by CallMePo No... just no... colored! by CallMePo
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Colored up version of Power Girl's honest opinion of her new outfit.

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Ninjaraph Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
which is probably why she went back to the classic.
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Nemesisprime91 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Student Writer
Hey could be worse...Could've had a heart shape cutout on the front.
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DoomMarine58 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014
What's was wrong with the new suit? Other than it didn't let nerds ogle her boobs.
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ProfesorTempleton Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014
Power Girl's outfit is made as a parody of the entire super-heroine-revealing-costume-trope.

The problem is they decided to change hers and make all the other ones even more revealing, so they're trying to distract us from the fact that they're getting worse by fixing up the outfit of a parody.
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DoomMarine58 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014
How was her new outfit more revealing? Look at it! They only changed it back because nerds cried about it.
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ProfesorTempleton Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014
No, the point was that they made hers less revealing while making almost all other heroine's MORE revealing (IE- Supergirl, Starfire)


Which was effectively making a parody look good without addressing the thing she was a parody of.

And honestly, they are a BUSINESS of catering to nerds.
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DoomMarine58 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
The artist and creative team on worlds finest where not the same ones who did super-girl and the outlaws. So you can't blame them for something everyone else is doing. They were trying to be innovative but when they were swapped out the new team decided to give her back the cleavage outfit because nerds complained they couldn't see her boobs. Also catering to nerds who are in their 40's is a bad business plan. You still haven't explained why her new 52 outfit was terrible.
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ProfesorTempleton Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
I have explained, twice, you're just not listening.
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DoomMarine58 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014
Your explanations aren't good. Her old outfit is generic, impractical and makes her look like a bimbo who wants attention. The only thing she had going for her is that she had giants boobs, she had no personality. 
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quwykxz Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Her old outfit was generic?!? It's been hailed as one of the most original over and over again by numerous artists, those in the comic book industry and outside of it; if you want to talk generic, take another look at this new 52 piece of trash. It looks like a space suit designed in the 1950's or 60's, and not to mention it has the ultra-original (and I really hope you're picking up my sarcasm here, 'cause I'm layin' it on pretty damn thick) initials on the chest, a design style so outdated and stupid-looking that even kids in the 1980's were already ridiculing it, and the design idiot who thought it up probably thought it was "way cool" and "hip to the max" to put the  stylized "G" - from PG - on backwards... *facepalm* ... I'm surprised he didn't put a backwards baseball cap on her, as well, because, hey,  that's a really "bodacious" and "radical" look these days, right?

The classic look is an original mostly for two reasons; the first being its color - not too many comic characters have a costume that's mostly just plain white, therefore that spot of pure white is instantly eye-catching in a sea of multi-colored superhero costumes and/or uniforms - and the second being the very fact that it has no logo anywhere on it, so she's identifiable by the very act of being unidentified, which is a pretty damn fun and cool idea if you think about it :) .
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