Another View of the Justice League — Gender-Flipped Cosplay

Via Aman Chaudhary, this photo was taken at WonderCon by a user named LynxPics.

Justice League Women

Isn’t that nifty? It’s the Justice League, only gender-flipped! I didn’t realize who the mostly naked guy was at first — it’s Power Boy. Here’s another photo that shows off his outfit better, as well as Wonder Man’s loincloth. I love Plastic Woman’s dress! So many of these costumes work as well or better on women. I’d read this comic!

11 Responses to “Another View of the Justice League — Gender-Flipped Cosplay”

  1. James Moar Says:

    Is the guy in orange Vixen? (Or Fox, I guess.)

  2. Johanna Says:

    That’s my assumption. Good rename!

  3. Johnny Bacardi Says:

    I hope Flash doesn’t try to run too far or fast with those giant heels…

  4. Grant Says:

    The guy in black leather and the blonde on his left…is that supposed to be Black Canary and Green Arrow? I think I like SuperWoman the best. These cosplay folks sure do make some well crafted costumes.

  5. Johanna Says:

    Yep, right guess! You can see her bow over Aquawoman’s shoulder. And yes, cosplayers are very talented.

  6. Micah Says:

    I’d read that comic entirely for Powerboy. Brilliant.

  7. Ed Sizemore Says:

    I love the Super Woman costume, so much nicer that the ones used in the comics. Also, have to love how Power Man keep the fanservice element of costume. Excellent cosplay group.

  8. Rob Says:

    Yep, that’s a good Super Woman costume. Too many Supergirl costumes look too much like cheerleader outfits or try too hard to capture the ‘look’ of the day that they’re dated before the comics hit the stands, but that one works.

    (My favorite is still the girls’ outfits in “Superman: Secret Identity”, although there are some good designs in “All-Star Superman” too.)

    Plastic Woman looks great also. I think her glasses make the outfit. Black Canary, too–I like how they incorporated the fishnets as a mesh top. And maybe She-Flash’s *real* superpower is just being able to run in those heels? ;)

  9. Johanna Says:

    Now I need to check Secret Identity to see what the costumes look like, I’ve forgotten.

  10. Rob Says:

    Red tights (gets around the ‘underwear on the outside’ issue with the original design), short-sleeved blue shirt with ‘S’ logo, gloves, and high-necked capes. The capes were yellow, the one change from the original design…for some reason I think it was an Indian refrence, although I’m not really sure why.

    A lot of female superhero outfits, particularly for flying heroes, just aren’t very practical. Short skirts mean everybody can see your underwear as you fly over, and low-cut tops mean you’d be falling out of your uniform during power dives. (Unless you’re wearing a Super Bra under your spandex.) No thanks.

  11. Rhiannon Says:

    “Power Boy” is giving me the vapors.




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