- n. Plural form of cape.
“I have a series of pics of my little "superheroes in capes" running around our backyard as well … there's nothing sweeter.”
“It's kind of like Alan Moore's middle finger at the entire notion of masked men in capes swooping in to save the day.”
“My only question is: After the conclusion of the Deathtrap crossover, how is Vigilante not up to his mask in capes?”
“Biba's success has been immediate – the collection, which features retro styles such as faux fur leopard print jackets and feather capes, is already House of Fraser's bestselling womenswear brand, with sales of more than £500,000 in the first fortnight.”
“It might surprise some parents to realize that a lot of the books that involve people in capes and cowls beating up on each other to fight crime aren't necessarily going to be guaranteed kid-friendly.”
“(They may appear to be making catty remarks about their acquaintance Jean Paul's taste in capes, but it's a passionate discussion about the previous stand-in for Bruce Wayne.)”
“The floor was thick with kneeling pilgrims, and up by the altar, amid the swinging tides of incense, moved priests in capes glittering like seashells.”
“The second floor is jammed with teenagers in capes, little kids with wizard hats and various kinds of wands (I favor the ones whose tips light up) and adults, most of whom thankfully are not in costume, wandering amid forlorn, untouched displays of non-Harry-Potter-related books.”
“Cast members from the Puppetry of the Penis show "appeared in capes but were otherwise naked.”
“Evan Mora’s “Takeout or Delivery” is about James a vampire who adapts to the new world, leaving vampires in capes behind.”
Looking for tweets for capes.