First appearance: The Green Hornet
Year: 1940
Looks like: A crime fighting Don Draper.

With decades of work under his hero belt, it's still not fair that The Green Hornet gets all the shine while Kato does all the grunt work. We'd love to give the ass-kicking sidekick some slack, but come on, Green Hornet's bespoke green suit drips with swag. His versatile style involves crispy three-piece suits and an overcoat. Admittedly, Gordon Jones' '40s adaptation had the iller mask with the hornet emblem, the drawback is the black-and-white color that doesn't allow us to see hie emerald swag. His wardrobe is so clean it manages to make Seth Rogen go from schmuck to suave in the 2011 adaptation.