Sound Hashira’s three female demon slayers come to life in a new series of cosplay photography from a cosplayer.
A cosplayer managed to embody demon slayerthe trio of Makio, Suma and Hinatsumu.
Thalía, content creator and artist, cosplayed the three wives of Tengen Uzui on Instagram. According to one of the photo descriptions, the costumes are “closet cosplay,” meaning they were created with pieces that were already in Thalía’s wardrobe and costume collection. Despite this, the cosplayer managed to create three impressively accurate representations of Sound Hashira’s beloved family. In their message for the newest member of the trio, Suma, the cosplayer triumphantly wrote, “Finally achieved the sacred Waifu Triforce!”
More Thalía cosplay can be seen on their instagram page. In addition to Makio, Hinatsumu, and Suma, the cosplayer also portrayed the series’ main protagonist, Tanjiro Kamado. They have also cosplayed characters from a number of other popular anime series, including several isekai comedy characters. KonoSuba: God’s blessing on this wonderful world! and my hero academia.
The trio of demon slayer kunoichi (female ninja) can be seen in action in the ongoing second season of demon slayer, where they assist their husband during the series’ Entertainment District arc. The personalities of the three wives are meant to be a mirror of the series’ central swordsman trio, Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke. The series’ final arc premiered in early December, following a seven-part retelling of the events of the 2020 film, Train Mugen. The story picks up several months after Flame Hashira’s climactic battle with the demon Akaza, and sees Tanjiro and his friends team up with Sound Hashira to stop a powerful demon who is using the red light district to cover his operations in a crowded city.
demon slayer was created by Koyoharu Gotouge in 2016. The series is one of the best-selling manga of all time, with over 150 million copies in circulation worldwide. The manga released its final chapter at the end of 2020, but despite that, it still managed to become the second best-selling manga in Japan for 2021, second only to Gege Akutami. Jujutsu Kaisen. An anime adaptation, produced by Ufotable studio, premiered in 2019. The first film in the series, Train Mugen, earned over $500 million on its first theatrical release and is the highest-grossing animated film of all time. The anime series is currently airing its second season, which is simulcast via Crunchyroll and Funimation.
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