DC unveiled new looks for Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman, with the general consensus being that they are not successful new looks. Some people like them, but there is not a single one that everyone can come to a consensus is a good costume. Well, everyone has already dissected these costumes so we decided to instead of jumping on the bandwagon and trashing these new looks, we'd look at some of the all-time worst costumes in comics. These are not in order, and are limited to one per character. Coincidentally, these are also only Marvel and DC, just because more history means more chances to have an embarrassing costume. They are also limited to costumes that stuck around for a little bit, which keeps a lot of Silver Age Batman costumes off the list.
Fantastic Four #265 April 1984 Sitting on my computer desktop are two pages from an early issue of Sensational She-Hulk. I won't saw which issue they're from, since I plan on making that a review very soon. In the set-up for that review, I figured I should go to the moment that I realized her potential, when she joined the Fantastic Four. SYNOPSIS: The Trapster parachutes onto the roof of the Baxter Building, in an attempt to prove himself by taking out the Fantastic Four on his own. From his point of view we see the Baxter Building layout as he descends through the levels of the Fantastic Four's headquarters, oblivious to the fact that the building's computer defenses are tracking him keeping him from sensitive areas and jamming his paste gun. As he enters the residential level, he realizes that the Fantastic Four aren't home and he's being beaten by an empty building. Spooked by Franklin's caretaker robot, he trips on one of Franklin's toys, barely making his way to the elevator to the lobby, where he's defeated by their android receptionist Roberta, who calls the police to come pick him up.