Buff Nezuko is back with the form of a Demon Slayer cosplay and this time, an unbound muscle character. This is proof that Muzan was not right.
Buff Nezuko’s true identity is revealed in a brand new Demon Slayer costume.
Metalslimer has created a new version of Tanjiro Kamado’s beloved little sister. He precisely described their appearance as “kawaii-brutal” on their Instagram profile. Buff Nezuko first was seen in a single panel of the manga by KoyoharuGotouge. Tanjiro dreamt that Nezuko suddenly became bigger and stronger than she is. Her chin is now massive. Tanjiro awakes from the dream only to discover that Nezuko isn’t a gigantic hulking beast. A cartoon version of Tanjiro’s nightmare was shown in the latest episode of the second season of the anime. While he was only featured one time, Buff Nzuko is a popular meme in the Demon Slayer fandom. The character has inspired numerous fan artwork and cosplay.
Metalslimer has added more pictures to their Instagram account, which also contains photos of their iconic Exorcist costumes. They’ve also showcased their unique interpretation of various comic book characters, like Bane, the Batman villain Bane as well as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles antagonist KC Jones. They have also cosplayed several other characters, including Ryu from Street Fighter, and an extremely unique version of Ronald McDonald, McDonald’s beloved clown mascot.
Unfortunately, Buff Nezuko didn’t make an appearance at the Jump Festa this year. The annual event is Shueisha’s celebration of the Shonen Jump magazine and all of the franchises launched by it which includes Demon Slayer. However plain Nezuko was present in new artwork at the event. Koyoharu the creator of Buff Nezuko, spoke about his thoughts about the heroines from Bleach. Koyoharu was joined by six manga creators who are well-known to create artwork for the 20th-anniversary exhibit of Tite Kubo’s classic shonen manga.
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Demon Slayer enthusiasts who wish to play as cosplayers can begin by purchasing Premium Bandai’s brand-new Inosuke replicas unique pair of Nichiren blades. The swords are now available for pre-ordering on the internet in Japan. They come with an exact-modeled blade with serrated edges, a textured handle, and sounds that are associated with the distinctive Beast breath style of the boar-headed swordsman as their blades cross each other.
The adaptation of the anime is currently in the second season. Crunchyroll and Funimation provide the show as streaming videos, and VIZ Media North America offers the manga in English.
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