My Hero Academia cosplayer spirals in perfect take on Big 3’s Nejire Hado

Dustin Steiner

A popular cosplayer has provided what could be the most perfect take on My Hero Academia’s Nejire Hado, one of UA High’s Big Three. 

The Big 3 have become a vital part of Izuku Midoriya’s quest to become the world’s #1 hero in My Hero Academia. While she is not featured as heavily as Mirio Togata, Nejire Hado represents the group’s ranged option in combat and has become a popular character in her own right.

Cosplayer “Enid_Raven” has offered up her own take on the character others in the manga refer to as “the cute kind.”

Nejire’s Quirk grants her the ability to convert her vitality into energy and release it in the form of exceptionally powerful spiral shockwaves. Overusing this Quirk will cause her great exhaustion, due to it using her own stamina as a source of energy.

Nejire can release the shockwaves from her hands as an offensive blast. She can also release the energy from her feet to increase her mobility and allow her to fly.

This is shown off in Enid_Raven’s cosplay, as her costume features a heavy spiral theme. One commenter noted that it looks like her cosplay had jumped right out of a manga panel, and we have to concur.

The cosplayer is known for other My Hero Academia works, including this impressive take on Mt. Lady, one of the first heroes shown off in My Hero Academia’s pilot episode.

Her other works include pieces from anime like Demon Slayer and even games like Overwatch.

My Hero Academia currently airs in simulcast on both Funimation and Crunchyroll in English and Japanese subtitles, respectively. It also airs weekly on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim Toonami block on Saturdays.

The manga is currently in its 256th chapter, with 25 volumes (or tankōbon format.) The anime just aired its 77th episode, midway through season four.

About The Author

Dustin joined Dexerto as the US Content manager, bringing a wealth of experience in esports journalism and leading the US editorial team. During his time with Dexerto, the website won esports coverage site of the year for 2019.