Brandywine Cosplay shows off their incredible version of gender-swapped Eijiro Kirishima in a My Hero Academia cosplay that spotlights the hero.
Red Riot from My Hero Academia, Eijiro Kirishima comes to life with cosplay that’s simultaneously intimidating and gender-swapped.
The costume was designed by Brandywine Cosplay. It provides the battle attire of the high school student with a feminine look but still showcases its spike-covered face mask and a sleeve-like shoulder covering. The well-known and talented cosplayer’s Reddit account also features photos of equally stunning versions of My Hero Academia’s Mina Ashido/Pinky, Fullmetal Alchemist’s Winry Rockbell, and Pokemon’s Misty and Cubone. They also have a gender-swapped rendition of the heroic ghost from Nickelodeon’s Danny Phantom.
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About My Hero Academia’s Storyline
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 content. The story is set in a universe where everyone has an ability known as a quirk. It follows Izuku, a high school student who was born without quirks.
The series recently reached the incredible milestone of 85 million copies sold across the globe, making Horikoshi’s story one of the top-selling mangas ever, along with Keisuke Itagaki’s Baki the Grappler and Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter x Hunter. In addition, My Hero Academia has ranked high on the NYT Bestsellers list for graphic books multiple times and has had Vol. The list for March 2023 lists 33 in third place, just ahead 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 a loyal fan base. They show their devotion to the show by purchasing manga and putting together amazing costumes. Brandywine Cosplay has created a gender-neutral Kirishima. Some other recent examples include an edgy recreation of Midoriya in his dark vigilante phase and a charming take on Ochaco Uraraka wearing her gravity-defining outfit. Cosplay has been used by many celebrities to show their affection for My Hero Academia. Megan Thee Stallion, Grammy Award award-winning rapper, posted her interpretation of Rabbit Hero Mirko on Twitter at the end of last season.
Fans of My Hero Academia can also express their appreciation and love of Horikoshi’s work by watching the anime adaptation by studio Bones (Mob Psycho 100) which is now accessible to stream through Crunchyroll as well as Hulu. The show has been aired for six seasons. created and it has won numerous awards, including the Best Fighting Scene in the Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2021. VIZ Media distributes the manga in North America.