My Dress-Up Darling: AGflower's Marin cosplay dresses up as Catwoman and Asuka from Evangelion

My Dress-Up Darling: AGflower's Marin cosplay dresses up as Catwoman and Asuka from Evangelion

My Dress-Up Darling

My Dress-Up Darling is one of the most successful anime of recent months and also particularly appreciated by cosplayers, since they are one of the main themes of Shin'ichi Fukuda's work. Today we bring you a peculiar cosplay in AGflower's Marin Kitagawa cosplay, who disguises herself as Catwoman and other famous characters.

Marin is the female protagonist of My Dress-Up Darling, a sunny girl who aspires to become a cosplayer, but who doesn't have the slightest practicality with sewing machines and other handiwork, so she can't even make a costume. Goj┼Ź comes to her rescue, an introverted boy who aims to become a traditional Japanese dollmaker and skilled tailor, who will help the girl fulfill her dream.

Agflower cosplay represents Marin's passion, who in this performance has fun trying on various costumes of famous people. In her first shot we see her as Catwoman, the famous DC Comics anti-heroine; in the second, the model disguises herself as Asuka from Evangelion; finally in the last of her we see her trying on the clothes of Lisa, the sorceress of Genshin Impact. The idea is certainly spot on and perfectly in line with the character.




If you are looking for other cosplay from anime and manga, we suggest that of the demon Daki from Demon Slayer made by Hasu and that of Camie from My Hero Academia by Tati. Changing completely gender, take a look at the cosplay of The Lady of Genshin Impact signed by Roxanne Kho and that of Starlight from The Boys made by Nichameleon.

What do you think of the cosplay of Marin Kitagawa from My Dress-Up Darling made by AGflower? Please let us know in the comments.

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My Dress-Up Darling Reaches Huge New Sales Milestone

My Dress-Up Darling's anime debut has been such a success for the original manga release of the series that the manga has reached a massive new sales milestone long after the anime ended its run! Shinichi Fukuda's original manga release was already a modest success in its own right, but the successful anime adaptation for the series debuted earlier this year has brought a whole new wave of fans to the franchise overall. The manga has been hitting new milestones even after the anime ended, and it's continuing to rise even further from here on out.


My Dress-Up Darling celebrates several major milestones for the manga series during the anime's run earlier this Winter, and continued to hit surprising numbers even after the anime ended. The latest update from series creator Shinichi Fukuda celebrates yet another major milestone as the manga has reached a new milestone of seven million copies now in circulation for the series. It's a pretty big deal considering a second season has yet to be announced, and Fukuda celebrated the milestone with a special new Marin Kitagawa sketch! Check it out below: 


My Dress-Up Darling's anime run ended earlier this year, but unfortunately there has yet to be any word on whether or not it will be continuing with a second season just yet. If you wanted to check out the anime for yourself in case a second season of the series does get announced someday, you can now find the series streaming with Crunchyroll and Funimation in both Japanese and English dubbed audio. They officially describe My Dress-Up Darling as such:


'Wakana Gojo is a high school boy who wants to become a kashirashi--a master craftsman who makes traditional Japanese Hina dolls. Though he's gung-ho about the craft, he knows nothing about the latest trends, and has a hard time fitting in with his class. The popular kids--especially one girl, Marin Kitagawa--seem like they live in a completely different world. That all changes one day, when she shares an unexpected secret with him, and their completely different worlds collide.'


But what do you think? How did you like My Dress-Up Darling's debut anime season? Did it make you want to check out the original manga? Are you going to tune into a second season if it does happen? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!





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