Brandywine Cosplay shows off their incredible version of gender-swapped Eijiro Kirishima in a My Hero Academia cosplay that spotlights the hero.
My Hero Academia’s Eijiro Kirishima aka Red Riot comes to life in a terrifying and gender-swapped cosplay.
The costume was created by costume designer extraordinaire Brandywine Cosplay, the cosplay provides the high school student and upcoming hero’s battle attire with a feminine flair while showing off its spike-covered mask as well as shoulder armors that resemble gears. Reddit’s account of the popular and skilled cosplayer also contains images of equally impressive recreations of My Hero Academia’s Mina Ashido/Pinky as well as Fullmetal Alchemist’s Winry Rockbell, and Pokemon’s Misty and Cubone. The cosplayers also created a gender-swapped version of the Nickelodeon show Danny Phantom’s titular hero ghost.
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The Storyline of My Hero Academia
Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia first appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in July 2014. The series has since produced 37 volumes of material. The story takes place in a universe where everyone has an ability known as a quirk. The story follows Izuku who is a high school student without a quirk.
The series recently reached the incredible milestone of 85 million copies sold around the globe which makes Horikoshi’s Tale one of the most popular mangas ever, along with Keisuke Itagaki’s Baki the Grappler and Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter x Hunter. My Hero Academia’s graphic book Vol. 33 has been featured on the NYT Bestsellers List for several years. 33 taking third place in the list since March 2023. It was a mere notch in the middle of Moon Rising by Tui T. Sutherland and Collaborations by Dav Pilkey.
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My Hero Academia Counts Celebrities Among Its Fans
My Hero Academia has a large and passionate fan-following who share their enthusiasm for the series by purchasing manga volumes and making awesome cosplays. Beyond the gender-swapped Brandywine Cosplay’s Kirishima, other recently released examples include a charming take on Ochaco Uraraka, her gravity-defining hero’s suit, and a racy recreation of Midoriya in his dark vigilante phase. Cosplay has been utilized by a variety of celebrities to demonstrate their appreciation for My Hero Academia. Megan Thee Stallion, Grammy Award-winning rapper, shared her interpretation of Rabbit Hero Mirko on Twitter at the end of the season.
The studio Bones’ adaptation of My Hero Academia (Mob Psycho 100) is accessible on Crunchyroll or Hulu. Six seasons of the show have been made and the show has won many awards, including the Best Fighting Scene in the Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2021. VIZ Media distributes manga in North America.