A dedicated fan displays Mikasa Ackerman’s skillful use of the multi-directional maneuvering gear in an all-out battle Attack on Titan cosplay.
A devoted fan showcased Mikasa Ackerman’s legendary titan-slaying prowess with a grisly Attack on Titan cosplay.
Reddit user Majorshigo shared a photo of her bloodstained Mikasa cosplay, which exhibited the fan-favorite character’s deadly ability to use her blades and omnidirectional maneuver gear. The outfit is a recreation of Mikasa from the Attack on Titan anime. Although Majorshigo made no sacrifices to make the costume as faithful to the show as possible They did, however, deliberately swap out Mikasa’s boots for a pair of heels. The decision was explained in a statement that they made this change to make Mikasa’s height more realistic and also to make her appear taller when being seated with other Attack on Titan cosplayers.
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Attack on Titan fans may also be interested in the other Majorshigo cosplays. Their previous work includes numerous costumes that are based on Mikasa’s diverse designs from past seasons, along with photos showcasing how they built her omnidirectional mover with the use of the 3D printer. Majorshigo also cosplayed a variety of other female characters from Attack on Titan including Petra Ral and Historia Reiss.
The End of the Season of Attack on Titan
Based on the manga series that has the same name, Attack on Titan The Final Season adapts the last section of the source material. It covers every event starting with Eren Yaeger’s declaration that the Global Alliance forces led the nation of Marley before settling down with the long-awaited finale. Attack On Titan is in its initial stages yet, however, critics and viewers have already praised the show’s emotional storyline and stunning animation. At the time of writing, the adaptation stands at the top of MyAnimeList’s list of top anime, just above Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
The final season of Attack on Titan wasn’t without its issues. The show has been repeatedly criticized for its confusing release schedule as well as some fans speculated that Season 4’s animation studio, MAPPA, intentionally delayed production to profit from the popularity of the show. The fans have received a series of apologies from Masafumi Mima, the sound director. Mima also claimed that the new post-COVID-19 rules had greatly slowed down development.
Attack On Titan is available to stream on Crunchyroll. The second portion of Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 is scheduled for release sometime in 2023, in the fall.