Sword Art Online: Julia Fox's Asuna cosplay in Alfheim version is a feast for the eyes

Sword Art Online: Julia Fox's Asuna cosplay in Alfheim version is a feast for the eyes

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Sword Art Online is one of the most successful series of the last ten years, including light novels, anime, movies and manga. One of its strengths is its cast of characters, some of whom have become favorites of Japanese opera fans. Among these there is obviously also Asuna Yuuki who today returns to the protagonist of our pages thanks to the cosplay of Julia Fox, who has decided to represent her in her version of Alfheim, which has now become a true classic.

Asuna hasn't really needs big introductions, being one of the most important characters in Sword Art Online. In the narrative arc of Alfheim Online she finds herself in spite of her trapped in a virtual fantasy world as Titania, the queen of the fairies, waiting to be freed by the protagonist Kirito. Julia Fox's cosplay represents this alternate version of Asuna, featuring a white robe adorned with a red bow and a pair of fairy wings.

Staying on the subject of anime and manga, take a look also at the cosplay of Nami from One Piece made by caughtredheaded and that of Camie from My Hero Academy by Mayuko Tachibana. Changing genres, we also recommend the cosplay of Raiden Shogun from Genshin Impact in the beach version of anaelic_ and that of Poison Ivy signed by ithileryn.

What do you think of the cosplay of Asuna Yuuki from Sword Art Online made by Julia Fox? Please let us know in the comments.

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Sword Art Online Hypes 10th Anniversary with Asuna Sketch

Sword Art Online helped put the isekai genre on the global map when its anime went live, and honestly? It is hard to believe how long ago that was. Sword Art Online is going strong even as more and more isekai titles make names for themselves. And to honor its 10th anniversary this year, a new sketch of Asuna has hit the Internet.

As you can see below, the official Sword Art Online profile honored Asuna with a special sketch. The adorable piece shows the heroine giving finger hearts to fans with a wink in her eye. And as for who did this tribute, it seems animator Aki Watanabe handled the piece.

If you are not familiar with the animator, you should know Watanabe has worked on a number of top-tier series like Monogatari, The World Only God Knows, Popotan, and more. Now, they have given their take on Asuna in recognition of the character's history. And maybe moving forward, Watanabe will sign on to design or direct a Sword Art Online project.

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Of course, the franchise has some business to finish before it can pitch the animator any new projects. After all, Sword Art Online has a new movie on the horizon. After a COVID-19 production delay, the anime's follow-up for Aria of a Starless Night has secured a release date for the fall. And as always, newcomers to the franchise can binge Sword Art Online's current seasons through Crunchyroll, Netflix, and even Hulu.

What do you think of this latest anniversary celebration? Where would you like to see the Sword Art Online IP go next? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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