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AK Girl’s slinky all-in-one looks the business, especially given her height, but she needs to keep an eye out for the camel toe – unless she plans to use it to distract her adversaries.
Wondervixen’s cat suit might be a bit risky given the issues she has with her own body. White is neither particularly flattering nor slimming. If I were her, I’d reverse the colourway and go for white on electric blue.
Hyper Rob has opted for a retro look and there’s something surprisingly flamboyant around his style for someone’s who’s a bit of a boy scout. The green on yellow is fabulous though, just perhaps a bit memorable for his enemies!
Mega Fox is so minimal he’s, well, he’s naked. For a creature who can transform into any number of deadly, large objects, any clothes – however carefully selected – would quite frankly quickly become a hindrance. I’d never have personally have selected naked as the look of choice for world domination but you know what? I’m not arguing with his lifestyle choice.
Metamorphic creatures have a running start when it comes to fashion. How can you not get the right look when you can change your appearance as soon as someone raises an eyebrow at your dress-down Friday look? Surprisingly though he seems to have adopted his boss Mega Fox’s naked ambition.
You can’t go wrong with purple on grey. Insect Girl has a great colour thing going although the tank top and those arms? With those biceps, I’d be going three quarter sleeve.
Caramel Girl makes up for her lack of super powers with a killer look. The violet bob and asymmetric fringe are so on trend it’s unreal. She is rocking the evil look and in the fashion stakes she’s already achieved world domination and is ready to take on the universe!
Temptress is predictably foxy and opts for body con in lust-red. This is pure “Does What it Says on the Tin” fashion in its most unapologetic form and you can’t argue with that. Maybe she needs to remember that sometimes the art of war fare is in the surprise attack. Why not go for the unexpected, honey, and tone down the vamp act a tad?
Warp King is trying to work the steampunk look but comes out more Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It’s different, I’ll give him that, and sets him out as a whole different sort of evil to Mega Fox but the lime and purple concoction is an evil that’s just a touch too far over to the icky side. If our world is set to be dominated by super villains please let this one submit to a style makeover (I know just the person who could offer him A Perfect Look!)