When they don their superhero costume to fight the evils of the world, they inspire awe. With body-hugging latex and classic iconography, a good superhero costume can make all the difference.
Spending days vanquishing evil sounds exhausting but there’s no pyjama days or comfy old trousers for these characters.
Here, Laura-Jane Todd showcases the best-dressed superheroes when they are out of costume…
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With Avengers: Infinity War just 17 short weeks away (it’s the big one, the one we’ve all been waiting for) there has never been a better time to back-to-back do the Avenger-thon. Here’s how…
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The journey to Justice League has been a gruelling one. Those who complained that Batman v Superman required bums of steal to experience from start to finish, know nothing of endurance the film has had to muster, having first entered production back in 2007. A decade of ‘development Gotham City’ plus one mixed bag of preluding offerings later, and the final product…isn’t bad. No, it’s not great – far too messy, a tad soulless – but it has got plenty of promise. There’s a start.
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So, the first reviews are in and…yeah, the critics don’t like Justice League. Our review’s not due till Friday but could this be more of a blockbuster ‘for the fans’? It’s been a bumpy ride getting here so let’s weigh up the facts.
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Claiming the honour of being the best Thor film to date isn’t exactly high praise but, in the case of Thor: Ragnarok, it does at least herald the incoming of a pleasingly fresher take on the Norse god’s super-sub-franchise. With the surprisingly tangible vision of Hunt of Wilderpeople’s Taika Waititi, part-three Thor makes for a fun addition to Marvel’s tiresomely sprawling universe and blessed relief for Chris Hemsworth’s erstwhile little used funny bones.
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If reports are to be believed, a Joker origins story is on its way from comic book producers DC – but it comes with a twist and a potential for a whole Universe of ‘Extended’ ramifications.
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Peter Parker is a geek. He’s a bit lame too; a BIG fan of the Avengers and a bit of a doofus. A whizz in class, Peter’s hopeless with girls, kind of unreliable and a tad goofy. To his favour, he just happens also to be ripped, hyperactively acrobatic, armed with spiderweb wrist shooters and, in the hands of a youthful and effervescent Tom Holland, boy is he endearing.
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