One Piece: Nico Robin cosplay from Carry.key sends everyone to that country with Fior Fior

One Piece: Nico Robin cosplay from Carry.key sends everyone to that country with Fior Fior

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One Piece returns to be the source of inspiration for the cosplay that we propose today, centered on the fascinating Nico Robin in the interpretation of Carry.key_cosplay, who for the occasion uses his special power given by the Fior Fior fruit to send us all to that country, but always with great style.

Nico Robin is a character who needs no introduction: he has been part of the Straw Hat crew for many years now, after the first encounter as an enemy as vice president of Baroque Works, now she is a pillar of the company of heroes between Ruby and the others, carving out the role of archaeologist of the crew.

The Carry.key cosplay is really well done, also because the features and the body of the model practically replicate to perfection those of the original character, including the characteristic profile and also something of the look, in addition to the typical dress.

However, what is most striking is the effect used to reproduce the ab Nico Robin's special feature, given by the use of Paramisha-type Fior Fior Devil fruit, which allows her to sprout several additional arms.

In the photo set in question, the cosplayer uses this effect to show more than a middle finger, basically sending us to that country several times in one fell swoop, but always with great sympathy and remarkable charm.

If you want other cosplay, we refer you to some of the most recent published on these pages such as that of 2B of deathtakesprecedence from NieR: Automata, that of Asuka of Sakura.loli from Evangelion, casabellacosplay's nurse cosplay from Silent Hill, Red Sonja's cosplay from penny_in_cosplay and Tidus, Rikku and Yuna's group cosplay with jessblazecosplay from Final Fantasy X.

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One Piece Sales Might Have Just Overtaken Batman at Last

One Piece, as of now, has over 490 million copies of its manga currently circulating around the world, and it seems as if the adventures of Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates have managed to overtake the sales when it comes to DC Comics' Dark Knight, the Batman. With One Piece first debuting in 1997 via Weekly Shonen Jump, its especially impressive that Eiichiro Oda's swashbuckling tale was able to overtake Gotham's favorite son in overall sales, considering that DC Comics has been releasing comic books since 1939 and had a decades-long head start in terms of producing stories and releasing around 480 million.

One Piece's rise in popularity has made it not only one of the most popular Shonen series but one of the most popular anime franchises released in the history of the medium. Though Eiichiro Oda has confirmed that he plans on ending the journey of the Straw Hats within the next five years, the Wano Arc shows that the mangaka is looking to end things with a bang as Luffy and his friends attempt to free the isolated nation from the iron fist of Kaido and his Beast Pirates. Ironically enough, there is one Beast Pirate who holds an appearance of a flying rodent and appropriately takes the name of 'Batman' for himself in the process.

One Piece Batman(Photo: Shueisha & DC Comics)

Surprisingly enough, the vast majority of copies of One Piece are currently circulating in Japan, with around 400 million copies in the East, and 90 making the rounds across the world. With anime and manga becoming more popular with each passing year in North America, we expect more copies of Eiichiro Oda's manga to circulate in the West.

There has never been an official crossover between the pirates of One Piece and the hero of Gotham, though that hasn't stopped Luffy and his friends from crossing over into some strange new worlds. For example, One Piece crossed over with the franchise of Where's Waldo, creating images that show the pin-striped traveler finding himself dropped into the world of the Grand Line.

Batman himself is no stranger to the world of anime and manga himself, with the feature-length film Batman Ninja taking the Dark Knight to feudal Japan and a recent manga story created for the Clown Prince of Crime himself, the Joker.

What do you think of One Piece overtaking the world of Gotham in comic sales? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of the Grand Line.

Via WSJ_Manga

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