Ochako Uraraka from the popular anime My Hero Academia was brought to life by a cosplayer's mind blowing costume. The insanely accurate take left fans in awe as she became the perfect Uravity.
No anime in recent years has shaken up the industry quite like My Hero Academia. The series about a school that trains the next generation of superheroes with powers called ‘quirks’ has become a cultural phenomena.
In the story, student Ochako Uraraka has the ability to become weightless, and has warmed the hearts of viewers with her lovable personality. Popular cosplay artist ‘Shirogane Same’ went viral when she transformed herself into the heroine by controlling gravity itself.
Cosplayer defies gravity as stunning Uravity
The plot of the series centers on U.A. High – a school that trains only the most talented teenagers with powers to become pro heroes. The show's protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, quickly befriends Uraraka, who has become a fan favorite.
Prolific cosplayer Shirogane Same shared her accurate take on the character, and chose to pose as Ochako in her school uniform. From her auburn colored bob hair-style, to the detailed blazer, she absolutely nailed her look.
The talented artist’s wig was created by Holish Cosplay, and she collaborated with photographer ovsyan to pull off the incredible photo set. The Russian artist even captured the heroine's iconic facial expression, tying the whole re-creation together perfectly.
In the anime, the student uses her name combined with gravity to create her moniker Uravity. Shirogane wowed MHA fans when she shared her jaw dropping cosplay of the character using her quirk ‘Zero Gravity’ to control concrete projectiles.
The photos' stunning 3D effects were done by ‘justmoolti’ who used her craft to bring the heroine’s powers to life. The cosplayer’s perfect depiction of the class 1-A student in her training attire quickly went viral, and at the time of writing it has over 36k likes on Instagram.
Fans of the series were blown away by her accurate portrayal of Uraraka such as ‘happy_cookie_snapper‘ who said “Wow, this is the best Uraraka cosplay I have ever seen. It looks so perfect.“ Another user ‘tlr_eclipse‘ agreed and exclaimed “That 1st picture looks like it could be straight out of a live action series.“
My Hero Academia continues to capture the hearts of viewers around the world. Its riveting take on superheroes originated as a manga in 2014, but its 2016 anime adaptation by studio Bones made it a juggernaut in the medium.
The animation is currently on its fourth season arc, and is being broadcast in both Japanese and English for the first time simultaneously. Those interested in catching up before the inevitable season five debuts can watch all episodes on Crunchyroll or Funimation.