Avatar: The Last Airbender cosplayer combats evil with fierce Suki take - Dexerto
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Avatar: The Last Airbender cosplayer combats evil with fierce Suki take

Published: 29/Dec/2019 21:12

by Brent Koepp

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An incredibly skilled cosplayer became Suki from Avatar: The Last Airbender, bringing the fierce leader of the Kyoshi to warriors to life with her stunning outfit.

The Last Airbender originally aired on Nickelodeon in 2005, and centers around a world where people can bend the four elements of earth, air, water, and fire.

However, a talented cosplayer reminds us that not everyone in the Avatar universe has powers by bringing the tough warrior Suki to life, who relies on incredible fighting skills to take her foes down.

NickelodeonThe Kyoshi warrior is one of the most popular side characters in the animation.

Cosplayer brings Suki to life

Suki is first introduced in season one of the show when Avatar Aang and his group travel to Kyoshi Island in the Earth Kingdom, and meet the heroine that leads an all-female army to protect her land.

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While the fighter usually wears her Kyoshi makeup and armor, she has to wear Fire Nation clothes in the third season after being captured in enemy territory, which cosplayer ‘Usako.Cosplay‘ perfectly recreates with her costume.

Showing off her full outfit, the talented artist partnered with photographer ‘izumi_photographie‘ to capture her pose as the warrior wielding her metal fans, which she uses to defend against enemies.

The French cosplayer shared more stunning photographs on her Instagram account, which look like they could be scenes from straight out of the animated series.

Not only is her Fire Nation costume perfect down to every detail from the neck broach to the red cut top, she also faithfully created Suki’s hair style, which she has up in the third season.

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While Usako only has a few followers on her social media, that is in no way a reflection of her talent given her incredibly detailed true-to-life costumes of popular animated characters.

Netflix announced this year that they are bringing back the beloved animation series in 2020 to their streaming platform with a live action-remake, and even got series creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzk on board.

Avatar fans have a lot to be excited for next year, as Nickelodeon is also celebrating the ground-breaking series’ 15th anniversary with a re-release of the show on Blu-Ray with a collectors edition steelbook.