@drakedrystan: Wonder Woman's outfit is NOT sexualized. Her armor is actually incredibly close to what greek armor would be for a woman. Her armor is accurate and you wanna whine and moan about that?
As for Superman, I'm sorry, how many men in real life are that tall, broad-shoulders, and muscular to begin with that you can see through their shirt?
Colorful? Skin tight?
What does colorful matter? And Greeks absolutely had color, important figures adorned themselves with cloaks of multiple bright colors and wore plumage on their helmets to establish they were important, and they wore brightly colored skirts into battle as well
Considering the greeks fought naked, I'd say skintight is a step up.
And as for skintight... all heroes were skintight shit.
I don't think anyone is over-sexualized, I think people are just whining far too much because they don't like it. People are far too afraid of sex today, there's nothing wrong with sex, or having sexy characters. I'd rather have my comics be aesthetically pleasing than 'realistic' and have a bunch of, being brutally honest, ugly people. I get it, people want to identify with someone, but that's not the most important thing in the universe.
Iron Man threw everything he had at Thanos and it resulted in a superficial scratch on his check. Thanos even commented afterwards "All of that, for a tiny drop of blood." People that use that against Thanos are A) Massively ignoring the context of the scene (or didn't even understand it) and B) Massively lowballing both Thanos AND Iron Man.
As for Thor. He spent the entire movie forging a weapon that can hurt Thanos. If he had done that to Doomsday, it would've resulted in the same thing, except Doomsday wouldn't have any stones to undo it.
This, people are just lowballing Thanos because they wanna throw a fit at the MCU being powerful in any regards.