My Hero Academia cosplayer leaps into battle as Froppy

by Matt Porter
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My Hero Academia may follow the story of main character Izuku Midoriya, but Tsuyu Asui, better known as Froppy, is the character who truly captured the hearts of fans worldwide, and one anime fan has shown their appreciation for the frog hero with an incredible cosplay.

Midoriya, known as Deku, is a young boy born without superpowers who dreams of becoming a professional hero like his idol All-Might. In a world full of villains with devastating quirks, Midoriya has a chance encounter with his hero, and eventually inherits the legendary power known as One For All from him, enrolling at U.A. High School to learn how to control his new-found abilities to save people in the future.

Of course, Deku isn't the only student at U.A, joining Class 1-A and meeting a unique cast of characters all with their own distinct quirks, including the frog hero Froppy, who instantly became a fan favorite among viewers of the show.

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Froppy has become one of My Hero Academia's most popular characters.


Unlike many heroes, Froppy isn't bold and loud but shy and measured, and immediately grabbed the hearts of My Hero Academia viewers around the world. Don't be fooled by her soft voice or lovable personality though, because the character is undoubtedly brave and fiercely loyal, showing off her combat skills by fighting off a team of villains during her internship in the second season.

Cosplayer 'felicityfairy' is clearly a fan, showing off her incredible take on the character via her Instagram, complete with the massive golden goggles she wears on top of her head. Her green hair is parted into three separate pieces, with a small set of bangs hanging down the middle of her face, while the same green line that can be seen across Froppy's nose and cheeks is present in the cosplay too.

Froppy's hero costume is also perfect, with black and yellow stripes down the arms and chest, the white harness she wears around her torso, and the white gloves and cuffs on her wrist that make up part of the outfit she wears while in battle.


My Hero Academia is hurtling towards the end of its fourth season, which has seen Class 1-A struggle to balance their studies with the realities of being a professional hero.

For the first time ever, episodes are simulcasted every weekend, with both the English dubbed and Japanese versions available at the same time.