Because I know SOMEBODY will bring this up: obviously, there are still differences in what we societally see as gendered clothing, and some things would look more ridiculous on a man but less so on a woman, but that becomes irrelevant if we’re talking heroic or military clothing (or space suits, or battle suits, or uniforms, or etc.)
The above still illustrates a great point, though. If it makes no sense for men to fight in, it makes no sense for women. We’re not going clubbing here.
I especially like the random thong straps because they seem to show up so much (Michael Turner seemed to draw them in on every woman he could, as if they were just a natural part of a woman’s body xD )
Seconding the point, but may I also point out I wouldn’t mind seeing more superheroes modelled on Freddy Mercury? Even if huge lapels and plunging V’s aren’t in fashion any more?