New research has revealed that Hinata Hyuuga tops the list of the top ten most well-known anime cosplay characters along with other popular characters like Attack on Titan or Death Note.
A study that was conducted recently has revealed that cosplayers are the most attracted to the characters of Naruto as well as Death Note.
According to the data of AT&T Hinata Hyuuga and Sakura Haruno are the most popular characters that are cosplayed on Instagram. They are ranked third, fourth, and fifth in each of the categories. Researchers have noted that this was not unusual given Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto series which has more than 250 million copies sold worldwide and that it is among the most loved mangas.
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According to the study by AT&T, Instagram cosplayers also love characters from Hajime Itayama’s Attack on Titan series. Levi Ackerman was fourth and Mikasa Ackerman was sixth. Misa Amane and her Shinigami Rem (Tsugumi Ohba) and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note made it to the top ten, along with Shota Aizawa, Ochako Uraraka (My Hero Academia) and Asuna Yuuki (Sword Art Online). The study found that individuals who reside in Arizona, Washington, Utah, and Texas searched for the word “cosplay” the most in the last year.
Cosplay involves dressing up with costumes, and playing characters from video games, anime as well as comic books. It’s an integral aspect of the geeky experience. Conventions like Anime Expo which will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center between July 1 and 4, will feature cosplay competitions. A lot of people earn money by dressing up and creating costumes.
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Cosplayers who have made their living from cosplay: Enako, Japan’s highest-paid cosplayer, is believed to earn more than 90,000. USD per month through events and photo shoots. Recently, it was announced that she would collaborate with Inuyashacreator Rumiko Tahashi for a special photo book. The book will be released in Japan on September 6.
Cosplay is an expensive hobby that could be expensive for one costume. But, there are numerous ways to create loved characters without spending a lot. Low-Cost Cosplay, a Thai cosplayer, is famous for its unique and affordable costumes. They make use of household items and come up with imaginative angles. They made use of baby corn in a plethora of dozens to mimic Katsuki Bakugo from My Hero Academia’s flashy hairstyle. They also used mayonnaise and ketchup to create the sinewy appearance of the Colossal Titan of Attack on Titan. Laundry products were also used to make Super Saiyan Blue’s hairstyle blue.