Originally Posted by Alexei Belyakov
I just gotta give Aronofsky props for finding a brilliant way to put it in there.
It couldn't be the same as it is with Batman or Superman's costumes. He really has nothing to hide from.
But to make it a tool that emphasizes Mariko's pain in seeing the man she loves slaughter dozens of people makes it both iconic and poignant.
The only other way I can think of to introduce the costume and mask would be for it to be part of a psychological ritual to help Logan separate the man from the animal.
Giving him a mask and costume and sending him on a mission would be their way of making him embrace the animal while in the costume - and then shut that part of himself away when he takes the costume off, a way of trying to divide the two personas.
A bit like Batman taking on the character of bat/darkness/shadows when putting on the costume.