Kill la Kill cosplayer steps on her foes as fierce Satsuki Kiryuin

Brent Koepp

Kill la Kill’s Satsuki Kiryuin was brought to life when a cosplayer transformed into the powerful heroine with a detailed outfit. The talented artist looks so much like the character, fans will be bowing down to her presence.

Studio Trigger’s Kill la Kill captured the minds of anime viewers in 2013, and became the breakout show of that year. Its absurd, over-the-top plot about living clothes and explosive action made it an instant hit.

A cosplay artist has shared her incredible take on Satsuki Kiryuin, and looks so much like the character it’s as if she jumped from out of the series itself. The mind blowing costume will be sure to stun fans.

The over-the-top 2013 anime has become a classic in the genre.

Kill la Kill’s Satsuki brought to life

The series focuses on protagonist Ryuko Matoi who seeks to find the assassin who killed her father. Arriving at Honnoji Academy, she must overcome the dominant Student Council President Satsuki who rules the school with an iron fist.

Cosplayer ‘peytoncosplay’ dressed up as the heroine, and nailed the character’s signature look. From her long black hair, to her arched thick eyebrows, she has us seeing double.

The talented artist collaborated with photographer Roger Lee who captured her as she struck a pose in her white school uniform. Holding her arm, she depicts the character’s fighting stance.

Peyton shared more pictures of her faithful costume and gave a better look at all the details that went into making it. She re-created the three clasps on her left arm, which when activated, transforms the suit into a powerful version of itself.

In the story, Satsuki’s attire is alive and is called Junketsu, which she perfectly created with its orange and red eyes that peer out above her chest. The whole piece is tied together with blue trimming and black and gold shoulder pads.

The Argentinian artist also teamed up with fellow cosplayer Glory Lamothe, who posed as Satsuki’s mother Ragyo Kiryuin. Their accurate portrayal of the deadly mother-daughter combo is mind blowing.

While only released in 2013, the show has quickly become a classic in the genre, and has continued to be popular in the cosplay community. The series even spawned an arena fighter video game in 2019 called ‘IF.’

To those that missed out on the glory that is Kill la Kill, you can watch the entire series on streaming services Crunchyroll or Netflix. The over-the-top plot makes for an incredibly fun ride.

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