I was looking through some old comics when I thought of a new game. I call it Three of a Kind. Here's my first entry. 

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Richard Willis said:

There are probably more, but this came to mind.

Here's another homage to Hulk #1:

For a whole load more, see here.

This set of three turned up while I was seeking covers for this month's "Cover a Day" theme of "Doctors and Hospitals".

Little Audrey, 1952:

Nancy, 1958:

Little Lulu, 1980:

While DD looked better in an all red costume, ditching the yellow, while Shellhead added red to his formerly all-yellow costume.  Oh, wait,make that "golden"!  Can't have an all-"yellow" superhero.  People might suspect he's chicken or has a bad case of jaundice or something.  

Mr. Silver Age said:

I always thought it was interesting that DD lost his red-and-yellow outfit and Iron Man picked up the design in the same way: red torso, yellow limbs. But on HIM, it looked good.

-- MSA

Of course, in the MCU, Daredevil has recently ditched the red costume for a variant of the red and yellow gold one.

Anyway, what's wrong with an all-yellow costume? The Whizzer wore yellow, and.... Okay, I see your point.

And how am I to face the odds

Of man's bedevilment and God's

I, a stranger and afraid

In a world I never made?

(Flash must be reading Crisis on Infinite Earths #8.)

I've been a fan of this thread since the first post but just now have something to contribute.

Actually the Flash HAS read Crisis on Infinite Earths # 8, courtesy of Ross' Super-Team Family blog.

Here's a Three of a Kind discovered during research for last month's "Detectives and Murder Mysteries" theme on the "Cover a Day" discussion:

And here are three from this month's topic:

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