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My Hero Academia cosplayer stuns with incredible take on Camie Utsushimi

by Meg Bethany Koepp
Instagram: @whoisjillea / Funimation

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A My Hero Academia cosplayer shared her mindblowing take on Camie Utsushimi that looks like the female superhero has jumped right out of the TV screen.

My Hero Academia follows the story of Izuku Midoriya who is born quirkless – or without a superpower – but is then gifted a power from Number One Hero All Might, and attends U.A. High in the hopes of becoming a pro.

In season three of the show, rival school Shiketsu makes an appearance, and one student, Camie Utsushimi, quickly became a fan favorite. So much so, that cosplayers often share their incredible takes on the heroine.

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Camie is a fan-favorite with viewers.

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Amazing My Hero Academia cosplay

In the anime and the manga, Camie sports a somewhat “sexy” look with a black skin-tight suit that covers her arms and her legs – something that cosplayer Jillea managed to mimic almost one for one.

The character also wears her signature high school cap, as all Shitketsu students are required to, and again, the artist nails this with incredible accuracy. She even included the ‘S’ crest on the front.

Tying the whole outfit together, the Canadian added the heroine’s classic black and silver neck choker for that perfectly polished look.

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Another photograph shows the female hero in a more full-length shot, and gives fans a better glimpse at the character’s entire suit, as well as the top of her white knee-high boots.

Camie is known to be quite carefree in the show and often acts nonchalantly, and Jillea managed to capture that laidback spirit with a relaxed pose.

The cosplay artist has many other incredible designs over on her Instagram account – something that obviously resonates with fans as she boasts over 49,200 followers at this time of writing.

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My Hero Academia is currently in its fourth season, as it follows Midoriya and friends throughout their journeys to becoming Pro Heroes.

The show is currently being aired each week on both Crunchyroll and Funimation, with the latter being streamed Simulcast for both English and Japanese viewers simultaneously.