A talented My Hero Academia cosplayer breathed Camie Utsushimi into existence with her mind blowing costume. The talented artist quickly went viral as she wowed fans with a perfect re-creation of the anime heroine.
Ever since its 2016 anime debut, My Hero Academia has taken the world by storm. The series' story about a school that trains teenagers with superpowers called quirks has connected with millions and become a cultural phenomena.
Popular cosplay artist ‘Shirogane Sama’ went viral after sharing her true-to-life Camie Utsushimi outfit. The insanely accurate depiction of the character left fans in awe as if they had seen an illusion.
My Hero Academia’s Camie brought to life
The series focuses on the students of U.A. High – the world's premiere school for hero training. However in Season 3, fans get a glimpse of the rival institution Shiketsu where they meet the powerful Camie Utsushimi.
Cosplayer ‘Shirogane Sama’ posted an incredible take on the heroine, and stunned with her faithful portrayal. She looks so much like the character, it has us seeing double.
Photographer ‘jkyle_ph’ captured the artist as she posed in the character's signature hero uniform, which is a catsuit made from black spandex. The cosplayer’s re-creation of Camie’s Shiketsu school uniform hat is so detailed, it could pass for an official prop from a live-action version of the show.
Shirogane posted more pictures of her cosplay on Instagram, and blew viewers away when she brought a panel from the manga to life. Blowing smoke into the air, she depicts the hero’s ‘Glamour’ quirk. The power has her foes seeing illusions after she releases mist from her mouth.
Fans of the series went wild for the photos, and were in awe of how much she looked like Utsushimi. User ‘callen_cosplay’ exclaimed, “The best Camie cosplay I have ever seen.” Another user ‘kaukonnen’ agreed how accurate her outfit was. “Damn, you look like hand drawn,” they said.
As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the skilled artist uploaded a video of her in character. The clip exploded on social media, and at the time of writing has an astonishing 150k views.
My Hero Academia originally made its debut as a manga in 2014. Although it became a household name with the anime adaptation a couple of years later. The show is currently airing its fourth season arc.
The series has never been more popular, as February saw the theatrical release of the film Heroes: Rising. Those that want to see what all the hype is about can catch every single episode on Crunchyroll and Funimation.