Bleach, Tia Harribel's cosplay from Jannet is creepy and fascinating at the same time

Bleach, Tia Harribel's cosplay from Jannet is creepy and fascinating at the same time


The good old Bleach returns to the protagonist in this particular cosplay by Jannet, who perfectly plays the dark character of Tia Harribel, arousing mixed feelings between restlessness and charm, even if the latter, in this case, is the one. that emerges the most.

The Russian model, known on Instagram as Jannetincosplay due to her specialization, has perfectly reconstructed Tia Harribel's dress, hair and equipment, however her natural beauty certainly pushes more on the fascinating elements of the character rather than on the restlessness that the warrior in question originally arouses.

Tia is an Arrancar, that is one of the main enemies of the protagonists in Bleach, and to be precise an Espada, or a category of fighters created by Aizen as high-level warriors capable of unleashing enormous power. Although the costume may seem a tad revealing, the character of Tia Harribel is above all dramatic, the protagonist of rather bloody clashes and difficult stories.

The reconstruction carried out by Jannet is aesthetically perfect and also quite original, given the scarcity of interpretations of the character in question. She obviously also plays partially on the sensual aspect of her dress, but that is a direct consequence of the particular design and the undeniable charm of the model.

To stay in the cosplay field, we remind you of some of the latest that we have proposed on these pages such as Zelda from likeassassin, Rei and Asuka from shirogane and saiwestwood from Neon Genesis Evangelion, the cosplay of an Elf from Lada Lyumos , Lara Croft from illyne_cosplay and Shirogane's 2B cosplay from NieR: Automata.

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‘Not Funny’: Fox News Anchor Grumbles at Guest Who Mentions Trump’s Bleach B.S.

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Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner was less than thrilled on Monday when a former Obama aide invoked former President Donald Trump’s infamous suggestion that COVID-19 patients ingest bleach, grumbling that her guest’s remarks were “not funny.”

During a Fox News panel discussion on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcing that vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or outdoors, Faulkner noted that the Biden administration has received criticism over the confusion the advisory has caused.

“Why can’t this administration get on one message that works?” Faulkner asked Marjorie Clifton, a former adviser to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

“Because I don't think there’s one message that anyone will adopt,” Clifton responded. “Because all of those that said over time we don’t want to have masks anymore now have been given permission to shed their masks and yet they’re critics.”

The Democratic strategist continued: “I think, unfortunately, in the current day political environment, there’s never going to be a winning strategy, there’s never going to be a one-size-fits-all policy around it.”

Faulkner, however, grumbled that this was not what President Joe Biden “sold to America” and that Clifton conveyed a “really pessimistic message.” The liberal guest retorted that this is “what news is apparently thriving on these days,” adding that was all they’ve “talked about so far.”

The Fox News anchor objected, saying there was a “simple message” that would solve all of this confusion and mixed messaging.

“What about science?” Faulkner exclaimed.

“What is the message that works?” Clifton wondered aloud.

“Science!” Faulkner shot back.

“And the CDC's policies they put forward is based on science,” the former Obama consultant replied. “If you’re vaccinated, you don’t have to wear a mask. If you aren’t then you should. So that’s science. Yet we’re criticizing that right now.”

Faulkner essentially brushed off her guest’s remarks, saying she wishes they “could just read the science out loud” and then not say anything else policy-wise until “Americans digest the science.”

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“You’ve got to tell us the truth,' the Fox News anchor added. “It’s more facts, less policy.”

“Like drinking bleach?” a laughing Clifton interjected, referencing the infamous moment when former President Trump touted the ingestion of disinfectants as a potential COVID-19 cure.

“Not funny,” a clearly displeased Faulkner growled.

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