Popular cosplayer Unicorn Astronaut combines the holiday season and Demon Slayer to create an Inosuke cosplay that is both festive and terrifying.
A popular cosplayer Kimetsu The No Yaiba costume.
Unicorn Astronaut’s costume was uploaded on Reddit and has a green, white and red palette. It also includes Santa Claus-themed pants, candy cane swords, as well as wrapping paper handles. The background features a huge, sparkling Christmas tree.
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The Christmasy cosplay is only one of many impressive costumes you can find on Unicorn Astronaut’s Reddit. Tsui (Deku), Todoroki and All Might from My Hero Academia are only a few examples. Vegeta. Trunks. Bulma. Broly from Dragon Ball, Tanjiro Kamado: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba is another one.
The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaibamanga series by Koyoharu Gotouge appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from February 2016 through May 2020, producing 23 volumes worth of content. The story revolves around Tanjiro who is a gentle boy who lives in the mountains with his family. However, his existence alters forever after his parents are murdered by demons and his sister Nezuko is transformed into one.
The anime adaptation was created by Ufotable and Haruo Sotozaki, the director. The show premiered in April of 2019. The show quickly became a fan-favorite and went on to be awarded Anime of the Year, Best Boy and Best Fight Scene at the 2020 Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Demon Slayer – The second season of Kimetsu No Yaiba premiered in October.
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Unicorn Astronaut’s Inosuke cosplay joins other recent fan-made creations from the series. Digital illustrator Ceasar Ian Muyuela and digital engineer Christian Gaarenstroom used shifting perspectives to create the illusion of depth and three-dimensionality in their images of the Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku as well as the Twelve Kizuki demon Akaza. Additionally, Ambassador to Japan and Consul General of Japan at New York Kanji Yamanouchi uploaded a cover version of “Gurenge” from Demon Slayer. Kimetsu No Yaiba,online, to celebrate the “important bond and a great connection between the American peoples as well as the Japanese people”.
Fans have been enthralled by several developments in the Demon Slayerfranchise. The anime is adapting the Entertainment District arc . New merchandise is also in the works. Premium Bandai is now accepting preorders to purchase replicas of Inosuke’s twin Nichirin swords, The Good Smile Company is selling miniature figurines of Kyojuro priced at the impressive $2,969.99 as well as Takara Tomy Arts is offering a cute Demon Slayer-themed sushi train.
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu to Yaiba is available to stream through Hulu as well as Netflix.
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