I was very impressed with the pilot episode of Amazon’s The Tick. It looks like there were a lot more people who wanted to see The Tick get a series, because it is happening. In addition, those that complained about the costume looking like poo are in for a treat, as Peter Serafinowicz is getting a new costume, too!

Here is the pilot episode costume that went a little too far in trying to add all sorts of texture to the costume.

And here is the new costume, which looks a lot more streamlined, is a darker blue, and is more in line with the costume Patrick Warburton wore in that other The Tick series.

What are your thoughts on the new costume?  I rather like it a lot, and can’t wait for the first season of The Tick to debut on Amazon.


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  1. I thought the first one looked like a rushed half-finished cosplay costume, so the fact they went back and made a better one makes me happy. That isn’t to say it was completely terrible, just a bit of a mess visually for a proper series to use. The new one looks much, much better.

  2. Both the texture and color are an improvement, IMO. Don’t know if that is the actual color being darkened or just a combination of the smoothing and the lighting, but I certainly do like the look of the new better. Been a Tick fan for a long time, always look forward to knew versions. Hope I laugh as hard at this one as I have others.

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