My Hero Academia continues to be one of the most popular anime in the world, and a fan of the show has shown of her incredible cosplay of one of the many characters featured in the series, Shiketsu High School’s Camie Utsushimi.
My Hero Academia follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, a young boy born without a quirk who gains the legendary superpower named One For All from his idol All Might. Aiming to become the world’s number one hero, Deku starts to attend U.A. High School to learn how to harness his new abilities which are too powerful and end up damaging his body as he tries to use them. As the series goes on, Midoriya becomes stronger and able to use more and more of his quirk, while meeting some new characters and friends along the way.
In season 3, Deku and Class 1-A take on the Provisional Hero License Exam, which allows them to head out into the real world and train with pro heroes. While there, the U.A. High students are introduced to a number of other schools, and no character from the other class immediately captured a place in the hearts of fans like Camie Utsushimi.
Even though Camie didn’t feature in the series at all during the first two series, that didn’t stop her infectious attitude and bubbly personality capturing the attention of the anime’s worldwide audience, and Utsushimi immediately became a fan-favorite, with cosplayer ‘tinechan’ becoming the latest My Hero Academia fan to show her appreciation for the character.
When in school, Camie is exclusively seen wearing the Shiketsu High uniform, but when fighting and heading into battle, the student dons her hero outfit, which is a skin-tight black suit that covers her arms and legs. Camie finishes off the look with white cuffs around her wrists, and a pair of white boots, while a metallic silver band sits around her next, something which tinechan captured perfectly.
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As always, Camie’s Shiketsu High hat sits pride of place on top of her blonde hair, with the school’s golden crest take pride of place on the front, and a length of red material adding an extra accent on the brim of the hat.
For the first time ever, My Hero Academia was simulcasted during its fourth season in both Japanese and English, meaning fans got to catch all the action no matter which version they preferred.
With the latest chapter of Midoriya’s story drawing to a close on April 4, fans will now be waiting for information about the eventual fifth season, although there is no word on when we can expect to see it.