Red Riot Reimagined: My Hero Academia Enthusiast Showcases Innovative Genderswapped Cosplay

Brandywine Cosplay shows off their amazing version of gender-swapped Eijiro Kirishima in a My Hero Academia cosplay that showcases the hero.

Red Riot from My Hero Academia, Eijiro Kirishima is brought to life with a cosplay that’s both intimidating and gender-swapped.

The costume was created by costume designer extraordinaire Brandywine Cosplay The cosplay offers the high school student and up-and-coming hero’s battle outfit an elegant feminine look while showing off its spike-covered mask and shoulder armors that resemble gears. Reddit’s account of this popular and skilled cosplayer also contains pictures of equally stunning recreations of My Hero Academia’s Mina Ashido/Pinky; Fullmetal Alchemist’s Winry Rockbell; and Pokemon’s Misty & Cubone. They also have a crafted gender-swapped rendition of the heroic ghost from Nickelodeon’s Danny Phantom.

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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, the series has produced 37 volumes worth of content. Set in a future world in which most people possess a superpower called Quirk, the story is told through Izuku Midoriya, a sincere but emotional high schooler born with no Quirk, as he embarks on his quest to become the greatest hero ever.

The series recently hit the incredible milestone of 85,000,000 copies sold around the world and makes Horikoshi’s Tale among the most popular Manga of all time, alongside Keisuke Itagaki’s Baki the Grappler or Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter x Hunter. Additionally, My Hero Academia has been ranked among the top of the NYT Bestsellers list for graphic books multiple times and has had Vol. The list for March 2023 shows 33 as third, 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 series with a passionate fan base. They show their love for the series by buying manga and putting together amazing costumes. Beyond the gender-swapped Brandywine Cosplay’s Kirishima and others recently released examples include a charming take on Ochaco Uraraka and her gravity-defining hero costume, as well as an intriguing recreation of Midoriya in his dark vigilante period. Cosplay has been used by many celebrities to show their appreciation for My Hero Academia. Megan Thee Stallion, Grammy Award winner, posted 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 also accessible on Crunchyroll or Hulu. The show has been aired for six seasons. produced and it has won many awards, including the Best Fight Scene in the Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2021. VIZ Media distributes manga in North America.

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