Yeah. And I can tell the kid's not actually Batman because he has his parents with him. Totally ruins my Halloween.
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Well that's depressing...
The weird thing is that the Iron Man suits have muscles. How...?
Yes. I also feel like the Spider-Man muscle suits aren't exactly true to his character.
Nice pecs. Got a kickin' bod.
Read the comic, hoped for a "Shut up you idiot" tag, was not disappointed.
Kind of like that mustache?
I know that these suits are just for fun and don't necessarily reflect a fixation on body image, but to me having part of the dress up also include having the super hero body is a little weird. If these were female super heroine costumes, would they also include comic book-sized breasts?
Also pardon my gender redundancy, whoops!
Isn't there an Australian cartoon show about a male superheroine?
There are superheroine pajamas which include a drawn on comic book waistline.http://dcwomenkickingass.tumblr.com/post/61768545829/the-cat-woman-s-pajamas-yes-you-can-now-go-to-bed
@Diane: That'd be "Shezow." Naturally, the grown-ups are shouting about it while kids generally don't seem to give a damn. (Meanwhile, 1999 cult-favorite "Cybersix," which is finally getting commercial DVD release in 2014, sailed right under the Outrage-Radar despite its heroine crossdressing as a male teacher for her alter-ego.)
@anon 3:20, I've seen shirt-only versions of those before. But yikes! When you see it on a real human the absurdness of those proportions really becomes apparent.