The Top Three Cosplayed Anime in America: Naruto, Death Note, and Attack on Titan

A new study has revealed Hinata Hyuuga is at the top of the list of the ten most popular cosplayed anime characters as well as other characters such as Attack on Titan or Death Note.

A recent study revealed that the characters of Naruto, Death Note, and Attack on Titan are some of the most popular cosplayers.

According to the data gathered from AT&T, Hinata Hyuuga, Sakura Haruno, and Sasuke Uchiha are amongst the ten most cosplayed characters on Instagram which place them in the top three spots, and second and fifth, respectively. The researchers pointed out that this is not unusual given Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto series, which has more than 250,000,000 copies worldwide, and the fact that it is one of the most loved mangas.

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According to AT&T’s study, Instagram cosplayers also love characters from Hajime Itayama’s Attack on Titan series. Levi Ackerman was fourth and Mikasa Ackerman was sixth. Misa Amane and her shinigami Rem from the Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note both made the top ten as well alongside Shota Aizawa and Ochako Uraraka from My Hero Academia and Asuna Yuuki from Sword Art Online. The study also revealed that individuals from California, Washington, Utah, Texas, and Arizona googled the term ‘cosplay’ most often in the last year.

Cosplay, which involves fabricating costumes and dressing as characters from entertainment media like video games, anime movies, and comic books, is a cornerstone of the nerd-friendly experience. Popular conventions — like Anime Expo, which is scheduled to take place in the Los Angeles Convention Center from July 1 – 4 -will have cosplay contests. numerous people earn a living by making costumes and dressing up.

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Some cosplayers have made a career of it: Enako, Japan’s highest-paid cosplayer, is said to make over 90,000. USD per month, derived from photo shoots and appearances at conventions. Recently, was announced that she will be teaming up with Inuyashacreator Rumiko Tahashi for a special photo book. It will be available in Japan on September 6.

While cosplay can be an extremely expensive pastime that can cost hundreds of dollars to make an individual costume, there are many ways to create stunning recreations of your favorite characters without spending a dime. The Thai-based cosplayer Low-Cost Cosplay is an expert at making cheap but original costumes, utilizing everyday items and creative camera angles to create them. Notably, they used dozens of baby corn pieces to mimic Katsuki Bakugo from My Hero Academia’s wild hairstyle, using ketchup and mayonnaise to recreate the sinewy appearance of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan and laundry supplies to make the hairstyle that is blue and spiky of Son Goku’s Super Saiyan Blue transformation.

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