When Felix was originally created, in elementary school, I garbed him in the standard blue and gold X-Men uniform. As I grew through school more “personality” was injected into Felix’s costume through individualizing his presentation. Until, by the end of middle school Felix was dressed pop-punk: urban military boots, jeans, half un-tucked t-shirt, and bomber jacket; because the 90s. Being 13 years old, and knowing nothing of bad-assery, I had Felix chew bubble-gum; a big no-no in my house growing up.
Going through high school, Felix’s costume became a simplified bodysuit again with a hoodie over it, a set of cybernetic goggles, a thigh-strap for pouches and guns, and urban boots; because the late-90s. At the end of high school, Felix had ditched the pull-over, but attached the hoodie to the bodysuit. The boots gave way to padded soles on the body suit.
By the time I entered college, Felix had evolved from clown to trouble-maker. Felix had begun as a fun character, evolving through the storylines into a stylized character. Initially appearing as the jokester in Generation X, Felix grew to become a morally ambiguous character that juggled numerous facades by the Utopia-era. I gave-in and gave Felix a green satchel bag, bringing him to full homage status.