An anime cosplayer transforms into Nico Robin, the “Devil Child”, the “hands-on participant” of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Nico Robin, also known as the “Devil Child” in One Piece, is made real by the amazing efforts of a cosplayer.
Jennifer Torres shared her interpretation of Nico Robin on her Instagram account. The photos depict Torres dressed in the complicated character in her post-time-skip dress as she enjoys enjoying a relaxing day on the beach. The dress in question is Nico Robin’s navy blue short-sleeved leather jacket and sarong dress in salmon.
One Piece fans have overwhelmingly praised Torres’ cosplay of Nico Robin, with some of the comments noting her efforts in creating the iconic look of the archeologist. Others said the beach setting perfectly complements this easy-going Nico Robin. Nico Robin. One fan even considers Torres’ Nico Robin their new real-life headcanon of the character.
One Piece fans celebrate the Anime and Manga
Torres wasn’t the only One Piece supporter to show their love for the team. Paris was the home of international football fans who held up several banners to create an enormous image of Monkey D. Luffy “smashing the symbol for the opposing team” by using his Gum Gum Gatling Gun attack. A fan artist going by the name of Chancel created a touching picture of Yamato and Carrot being the best of friends. The artist also drew beautiful images of Nico Robin and Nami hanging out with honorary Straw Hat member Nefertari Vivi who is the princess of Alabasta.
One Piece continues with Live-Action Film and Final Saga
One Piece is an animated classic that has been entertaining fans for more than twenty years. It tells the tale of the Straw Hat Pirates capturing the Grand Line’s uncharted territory to find the One Piece. The show has become so massive that even the creator, Eiichiro Oda, requires assistance in to keep his head on all the characters, storylines, and mysteries. The first live-action One Piece TV series is scheduled to premiere this year on Netflix and will be adapted to some of the greatest moments from the original material.
The One Piece anime has been removed from the web and will be back on the 19th of March. In the past, the manga was on a one-month break in preparation for the final chapter of the series. The anime is available on multiple streaming services, such as Crunchyroll and Netflix, while Viz Media handles the English release of the One Piece manga.