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I'm often critical of Project: Rooftop's hipster sensibilities, but the retro-chic wardrobe and just plain gorgeous art on display here shuts me up quick. Supergirl has always been a bandwagon jumper when it came to current fashion as processed through the minds of middle-aged white male nerds. Part of what I like about Miss Martian is how she embraces a simple, saccharine sensibility in trying to relate to humanity. She kind of reminds me of people who made horrendous life choices, only to over-correct through severe, comical conservatism. I love the Maid of Might, and M'gann M'orzz owes her an enormous, nigh-encompassing debt, but Kara as Sabrina cosplaying as Cheryl Blossom just isn't as interesting as Veronica trying desperately to inhabit the role of Midge Klump.
By the way, just to join the choir, my sole caveat is that John Jones would never take fashion lessons from Sonny Crockett, which was more of a Reggie Mantle kind of thing. Plus, I think I get some sort of point bonus for the extended dated bubble gum pop culture references.