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The New Harley Quinn Costume… Adapted for a Male Superhero
Jess Fink, creator of the NSFW steampunk porn comic Chester 5000 (and artist of our Slashpoint parody) takes a look at the new Harley Quinn costume redesign and reimagines it... on a male superhero. We weighed in yesterday with our fashion roundtable, and Fink has a little commentary of her own:
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ComicsAlliance Roundtable: The Fashion of the New DCU
With no fewer than 52 titles to be launched, relaunched or rebooted in September, DC Comics has certainly been the center of discussion amongst superhero fans and creators. A particularly contentious facet of the debate concerns the redesigned costumes of DC's finest, from subtle changes like Nightw…
The Ladies of X-Men Go ’80s with Mighty Fine [Fashion]
Known for their unique selection of Marvel t-shirts, Mighty Fine channeled the signature illustration style of Patrick Nagel in their latest collection of 1980s-inspired t-shirts featuring the lovely ladies of the X-Men. Phoenix, Storm, Rogue, and Shadowcat get the full '80s fashion treatment, resul…
Lady Gaga Makeovers by Jim Lee, Molly Crabapple and More [Art]
In anticipation of Born This Way, the new album from American pop star Lady Gaga, New York Magazine cleverly solicited a series of outrageous dress designs meant to outshine (or outstink) the singer's now infamous meat-dress. Among the fashion designers and cartoonists who contributed new Lady Gaga …
Can Comics Get Fashionable With Everyday Cosplay?

It seems like lately superhero-inspired clothing for women has been put in a pretty polarizing position. Fans can either pick up affordable logo tees and the like, or splurge for overpriced fashionista fare. No one can fault a publisher like DC for going to top designers, but even with Karl Lagerfel…

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