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My Hero Academia cosplayer shows off The Big 3's power as Nejire Hado

by Brent Koepp
Funimation / Instagram: @iirly_cosplays

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My Hero Academia's Nejire Hado was brought to life by a cosplayer's adorable costume. The artist's re-creation of panels from the manga will warm the hearts of fans.

My Hero Academia's 2016 anime adaption turned the medium on its head. Viewers from around the world fell in love with the series' story about a high school that trains the next generation of heroes with superpowers called 'quirks.'

A cosplayer shared her take on one the most powerful students Nejire Hado, and using scenes from the manga she has brought the heroine to life like never before. Her clever re-creation will leave fans in awe.

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The 2016 hero anime has exploded in popularity.

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My Hero Academia cosplayer shares Nejire re-creation

The story centers on U.A. High – a renowned school that trains only the most talented teenagers to become pro heroes. However the three most powerful students are referred to as The Big 3 – something which Nejire is a part of.

Cosplayer 'iirly_cosplays' transformed into Hado wearing her hero outfit, which consists of a blue skin-tight bodysuit that has a white and mint green pattern. The artist pulled off her look to perfection, even recreating her spiral arm bands.

In the show, the heroine's quirk is Wave Motio", and it allows her to convert her vitality into powerful blasts of energy. As a nod to her power, the character sports spiral horns that stick out from her hair, which the cosplayer nailed.

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Iirly posted more photos of her costume and creatively emulated panels from the manga. Holding open the page, she re-created a scene to show off how faithful her costume is.

The shot also gives fans a full view of the amount of detail that went into creating her outfit. She captured the Big 3 student's flowing periwinkle hair, and striking blue eyes.

In another upload, she mimicked a signature pose of Nejire's by flashing the peace sign with her hands next to her eyes. The side by side comparisons really shows how much she looks like the MHA character.

Instagram: @iirly_cosplays
Cosplayer iirly cleverly re-created scenes from the manga as she posed as Nejire.

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My Hero Academia has continued to explode in popularity, even seeing a theatrical release in February with the film Heroes Rising. The show is currently in its fourth season.

Those interested in seeing what all the hype is about, or want to catch up, can watch the anime series in its entirety on streaming services Crunchyroll and Funimation.