I learned from a conference that Starfire's new outfit is here to stay, he doesn't want to change her outfit.
Starfire's new costume
I like it (yes more purple would be nice but the blue goes with her orange skin nicely, maybe a color splash on the boots) and as someone who frequently rolls his eyes at most female heroes "costumes" (and by costumes I mean swim suits) its nice to see a full body treatment and seriously armor that's awesome.
It seems odd that she's keeping her "space" outfit while the rest of the team is going back to there regular suits especially since it didn't appear to effect there agility on Tamaran and you'd think the extra armor would be a plus. Curious to what Lobdell's original plan was for the character's outfit post space was, obvious guess based on Jason and Roy's would be a return to form. I'm hoping for a quick explanation from her as to why she's keeping it as is and not even going for a variation on it.
Wasnt Starfire's outfit designed to play on the fact that usually the female villains wore the super slutty revealing costume, which the hero Starfire wore, & Blackfire the villain wore the costume that covered up the most, when usually she'd be the one wearing the super slutty revealing outfit? If so, then thats how it should stay. Newer writers should not change the thing the character was created to represent.
The spacesuits looks great, I would not mind if that's the new costume, but for me it's not a matter of costume as it is the idea that the comic was censored at all. (assuming this is the reason for the change) There are 4 series in New 52 I'm interested in and Red Hood is one them, because Starfire, so I hope DC didn't mishandle this.
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