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Cosplay

My Hero Academia cosplayer makes a splash as stunning Froppy

Published: 8/Nov/2020 17:59

by Georgina Smith

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A talented cosplayer has taken her recreation of My Hero Academia fan-favorite Froppy, with her fantastic photoshoot in an actual pond, the ideal habitat for the quirky character.

Many loveable characters have sprung forth from the world of the MHA anime, with each character built on their own personal Quirk.

One such character that has found a home among millions of fans, is Tsuyu Asui, a.k.a. Froppy. She’s loved for her personality, and straight-talking style that gives her both an innocent quality and a definite charm.

Character Froppy from My Hero Academia with her arm out to the side
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Froppy has become one of My Hero Academia’s most popular characters.

Froppy’s Quirk is literally “frog,” which, as the name suggests, gives her abilities akin to a frog, such as leaping, using her elongated tongue, and skillful aquatic movement. This has cemented her as a fascinating and much-loved character in the series.

Maridesuwu recreates the perfect Froppy

Cosplayer maridesuwu decided to give her take on the popular character, and it’s safe to say that she went the extra mile.

The background to the pictures taken by felix_works and edited by rozenreverie_cosplay is a lake, with a rocky formation giving it a natural look. But maridesuwu isn’t just standing by the lake, she’s actually in it, showing her dedication to accurately portraying the frog-like girl.

Her costume is certainly something to behold, the green bodysuit having an extraordinary amount of detail. The colors are vibrant, with black and silver plates and patches that overlay the main body in the exact same way as the original. The suit also appears to be shaded, and with a slightly metallic sheen, captures the light in a way that gives it a mesmerizing 3D animated look.

Maridesuwu’s dark hair is tinged a deep green just like Froppy’s, which ties in perfectly with the face-paint beneath her eyes. Her goggles are from robopenguin_cosplay_props and are a superb addition to the brilliant costume.

Overall this cosplay did a great job of recreating the much-loved Froppy, and her dedication to getting that perfect shot certainly paid off.

Anime

Attack on Titan Season 4 new trailer drops as final battle approaches

Published: 18/Nov/2020 14:57

by Daniel Megarry

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Attack on Titan is approaching the end, and a new teaser gives us a preview of what we can expect from the show’s final season.

After launching in 2013, the anime adaptation of Attack on Titan has become one of the most popular shows of all time. It follows the story of Eren Yeager and his friends, Mikasa and Armin, as they attempt to take down the fearsome Titans that wreaked havoc on their hometown.

When Season 3 ended last year, it was revealed that the upcoming Season 4 would be the show’s last outing. The action will kick off on December 7, 2020, and naturally, anticipation for the anime’s looming return is at fever pitch.

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Attack on Titan will come to an end after Season 4

The first TV spot for Attack on Titan’s fourth season has debuted online, and it teases the action that’s coming in the show’s sure-to-be-stunning conclusion. There’s titans raining from the sky – a pretty terrifying sight – and more from our hero Eren and the Scout Regiment.

What will happen in Attack on Titan Season 4?

It’s expected that the new season will follow a new cast of characters who exist in the enemy land of Marley, before leading into the highly-anticipated final battle between the Eldians and those who have kept them captive for decades.

As previously announced, Season 4 will bring Eren and his team’s story to a close. While fans are understandably upset that this is the final season, it’s nice to know that the Attack on Titan team will get to provide a proper conclusion on their own terms.

Back in May, fans got their first look at Season 4 with the release of a mind-blowing trailer, although its original October release schedule was pushed back to December due to the ongoing global health crisis.

Attack on Titan Season 4 will be available to stream on Crunchyroll and FunimationNOW. The animation process will this time be handled by MAPPA instead of WIT Studio, who worked on the first three seasons.

While we patiently wait for Attack on Titan to return to our screens on December 7, 2020, we’ve rounded up everything we know about Season 4 – including plot details and casting – right here.