My Hero Academia: lit.mira's Toga Himiko cosplay is unbridled

My Hero Academia: lit.mira's Toga Himiko cosplay is unbridled

My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is one of the most successful anime / manga of recent years and fans care about the fate of their favorite heroes. Even the villains, however, are often loved and among all there is Himiko Toga, the quick-change girl in love with the protagonist of the series. Now, lit.mira offers us her own version of Himiko Toga with a cosplay, who has no brakes and is preparing to do battle with all her weapons.

Himiko Toga, let's remember, has a particular power: thank you to the blood of a person, it can completely change their appearance. Also for this reason, among her favorite weapons are knives, which she can use to cut and shed the blood of her opponents. In this cosplay, however, lit.mira gives everything and also includes firearms: it would seem that Himiko Toga is ready to go to war.

If you are a fan of My Hero Academia, then you should see missbricosplay's Camie cosplay. Then here's the bubbleteababydoll Toga cosplay. We close our suggestions with YuzuPyon's Camie cosplay.

Tell us, what do you think of the cosplay of Toga Himiko made by lit.mira? Has the character of My Hero Academia convinced you, or do you think you have seen higher quality versions?

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My Hero Academia Manga Now Has Over 65 Million Copies in Circulation

My Hero Academia Manga Now Has Over 65 Million Copies in Circulation

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The updated worldwide numbers are in for Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga, and they are (all) mighty impressive. According to Shueisha’s latest announcement, the manga currently has 65 million copies in circulation around the world, including copies in print and those sold digitally.

In Japan alone, the series has 45 million copies in circulation. While these numbers don’t indicate copies of volumes sold, they do cover all of those that have been printed and shipped.

Next up for the series is volume 33, which ships in Japan on February 4. Shueisha shared a trailer for the volume, which will come with three special images drawn by author Kohei Horikoshi in select stores.

The My Hero Academia manga first launched in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine back in July 2014. VIZ Media publishes the series in English and describes it:

Middle school student Izuku Midoriya wants to be a hero more than anything, but he hasn’t got an ounce of power in him. With no chance of ever getting into the prestigious U.A. High School for budding heroes, his life is looking more and more like a dead end. Then an encounter with All Might, the greatest hero of them all, gives him a chance to change his destiny…

Via Anime News Network

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