Buff Nezuko is back in Buff Nezuko’s Demon Slayer cosplay This time, it’s a muscle-bound character. This proves that Muzan was wrong.
Buff Nezuko’s true identity is revealed through a 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 originally appeared in a single panel of Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga. Tanjiro imagines that Nezuko has suddenly become bigger and more powerful than he and her chin is becoming muscular. Tanjiro awakes from the nightmare and is relieved to find that his sister hasn’t transformed into a hulking giant. An episode from the second season of the anime featured an animated adaptation of Tanjiro’s Nightmare. Although he only appeared one time, Buff Nzuko is a well-known meme in the Demon Slayer fandom. The character has inspired numerous fan art and cosplay.
Metalslimer has additional photos on their Instagram account, which include images of their memorable Exorcist costumes. The cosplayer also showed off their unique takes on many comic book characters for example, Batman villain Bane and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles anti-hero KC Jones. They’ve also cosplayed a diverse range of other characters, including Ryu from Street Fighter and a somewhat unusual version of McDonald’s beloved clown mascot Ronald.
Unfortunately, Buff Nezuko did not make any appearances at the event this year. Jump Festa Shueisha’s annual convention that celebrates Shonen Jump magazine and the various franchises it helped launch such as Demon Slayer. However plain Nezuko made an appearance in new art at the event. Buff Nezuko’s creator Koyoharu Gotouge, also showcased his take on the heroines of Bleach as He joined six other notable manga creators to create artwork for the 20th-anniversary exhibition of Tite Kubo’s legendary shonen series.
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Demon Slayer enthusiasts who are looking to cosplay may begin by purchasing Premium Bandai’s latest replicas of Inosuke’s unique pair of Nichiren blades. The swords are now available for pre-order in Japan and come with a precisely modeled serrated blade, a grip is textured and plays sound that are in the boar-headed swordsman’s distinctive Beast Breathing style when their blades are twisted together.
The adaptation of the anime is currently in the second season. Crunchyroll and Funimation offer the series as a streaming video and VIZ Media North America offers the manga in English.
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