Dazzling Genderswapped Red Riot: A My Hero Academia Fan’s Artistic Cosplay Creation
Brandywine Cosplay showcases their epic version of a gender-swapped Eijiro in a My Hero Academia Cosplay that highlights the hero.
My Hero Academia’s Eijiro Kirishima, also known as Red Riot, comes to life in a terrifying and gender-swapped cosplay.
The costume was designed by Brandywine Cosplay. It offers the battle dress of the high schooler a feminine flair while still showing off its spike-covered face mask and gear-like shoulder coverings. Reddit’s account of this popular and skilled cosplayer also contains images of equally impressive recreations of My Hero Academia’s Mina Ashido/Pinky, Fullmetal Alchemist’s Winry Rockbell; and Pokemon’s Misty and Cubone. Cosplayers also developed gender-neutral versions of the Nickelodeon show featuring Danny Phantom’s main hero ghost.
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The storyline of My Hero Academia
Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga first was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in July 2014, and to date, it has released 37 volumes of content. The story is set in a world where every person has a superpower known as a quirk. It follows Izuku, a high school student who was born without a quirk.
The series has just reached the incredible milestone of 85,000,000 copies sold worldwide and makes Horikoshi’s Tale among the best-selling Manga of all time along with Keisuke Itagaki’s Baki the Grappler or Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter x Hunter. The graphic story Vol. 33 has been listed in the NYT Bestsellers List for several years. The list for March 2023 shows 33 in third place and is just in front of Moon Rising and Collaborations.
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My Hero Academia Counts Celebrities Among Its Fans
My Hero Academia is a popular show with loyal fans. They demonstrate their dedication to the series by purchasing manga and putting together amazing costumes. Beyond the gender-swapped Brandywine Cosplay’s Kirishima, other recently released examples include a sexy version of Ochaco Uraraka, her gravity-defining hero suit, and an edgy recreation of Midoriya in his dark vigilante period. Additionally, numerous celebrities have expressed their affection for My Hero Academia by cosplay; most notably, Grammy Award-winning singer Megan Thee Stallion shared her powerful interpretation of the Rabbit Hero Mirko with her Twitter followers towards the end of last year.
The studio Bones’ adaptation of My Hero Academia (Mob Psycho 100) is available on Crunchyroll or Hulu. The show has produced six seasons so far and won multiple awards, including Best Fight Scene at the Crunchyroll Anime Awards in 2021. VIZ Media distributes the manga in North America.