Pokémon: hikari_3602's Azzurra cosplay is energetic and combative

Pokémon: hikari_3602's Azzurra cosplay is energetic and combative


Pokémon Scarlet and Violet will arrive in November of this year, but fans are still very attached to the eighth generation of the Game Freak series. This is demonstrated by the new cosplay of Azzurra (or Nessa in the English version) made by hikari_3602 who wore the role of the gym leader of water-type monsters.

Azzurra is the gym leader of the port city of Keelford, one of the many areas on our path to become the Sword and Shield Champions. When she takes to the field with her trusty Water-type Pokémon she shows a very competitive and combative character, while in her second profession as a model she shows off great grace and elegance, duplicity that make her particularly popular in the competitive Galar circuit.

The hikari_3602 cosplay of Azzurra / Nessa shows the more aggressive and energetic side of the coach, representing her in the shot below in her iconic fighting pose (congratulations for the balance). Overall this is a cosplay without a doubt successful, given that in addition to the pose, hairstyle and costume are very faithful to the original counterpart, demonstrating a painstaking attention to detail on the part of the model.

If you are looking for other cosplay, we suggest that of Queen Meave from the Amazon The Boys series by kristy_che_ and that of Poison Ivy made by Enot. We also suggest the Jill Valentine cosplay from Resident Evil by Helly Valentine, as well as the Mt. Lady cosplay from My Hero Academia by shikarakumi.

What do you think of this Azzurra / Nessa cosplay from Pokémon Sword and Shield? Please let us know in the comments.

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Pokémon Sword and Shield art director leaves Game Freak, forms new studio

One of the main artists behind Pokémon Sword and Shield revealed today that he had left Game Freak and formed a new game studio with an old friend.

James Turner, the art director for Sword and Shield, announced the news through Twitter that his new studio will be called All Possible Futures. “My old friend @onebitbeyondand I have formed a new game studio called All Possible Futures,” he said. He also teased that the studio’s first game will be revealed soon “with an awesome trailer.”

Aside from his role as the art director for Sword and Shield, Turner also worked for other Pokémon games. He designed seven Pokémon for Pokémon Black and White, two for Pokémon X and Y, two for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, and all the characters in Pokémon Battle Revolution. Outside of Pokémon, Turner directed the 2015 title HarmoKnight, as well as Sega’s Tembo the Badass Elephant.

Some of the Pokémon Turner designed include the evolution trees of Vanillite, Vanillish, and Vanillux, Ultra Beasts such as Buzzwole, Guzzlord, Poipole, and Naganandel, the famous Gigantamax Gengar, and the Galarian forms of Zigzagoon, Linoone, and Obstagoon.

As for Pokémon news elsewhere, the collaboration between Pokémon Go and the Pokémon Trading Card Game through the newest TCG pack called Pokémon TCG: Pokémon Go Expansion will be happening this month and July. The Japanese set will be released on June 17, while the U.S. release is set on July 1. You can check out the official announcement by The Pokémon Company to find out more.

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