A talented anime cosplayer transforms herself into the “Devil Child” Nico Robin, the “hands-on” member of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Nico Robin, also known as “Devil Child”, One Piece is brought to life thanks to the extraordinary efforts of one cosplayer.
Jennifer Torres shared her interpretation of Nico Robin on her Instagram account. The photos depict Torres dressed as the complex character in her post-time-skip dress while having a fun and relaxed time on the beach. Nico Robin’s navy blue leather vest paired with a salmon sarong skirt is the look in question.
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One Piece fans heavily applauded Torres’ cosplay of Nico Robin, with some of the comments noting the effort she put into recreating the signature look of the archeologist. Others said the beach setting perfectly complements this easy-going Nico Robin. Nico Robin. One fan even thought of Torres’ Nico Robin to be their own headcanon.
One Piece fans are celebrating the Anime and Manga
Of course, Torres isn’t the only One Piece fan to show their support for the series. Football fans from around the world in Paris, France, held up multiple banners to construct an immense picture of Monkey D. Luffy “smashing” the symbol of the opposition team with his Gum-Gum Gatling Weapon attack. A fan artist going under the name Chancil illustrated a heartwarming photo of Yamato and Carrot having a great time together. The artist also sketched an adorable picture of Nico Robin and Nami hanging out with the honorary Straw Hat member Nefertari Vivi who is the princess of Alabasta.
One Piece continues Live-Action Film and Final Saga
For more than 20 years, One Piece has delighted fans around the world by bringing to life the story of Straw Hat Pirates conquering the uncharted territory of the Grand Line for the elusive treasure that is known as One Piece. The show has grown so massive that even the creator, Eiichiro Oda, requires assistance in keeping track of all the characters, storylines, and mystery. Netflix will release a live-action One Piece TV series this year. It will adapt some of its most memorable moments.
The One Piece anime is on pause and will resume on the 19th of March. The manga was suspended for a month to prepare for the last chapter. The anime can be streamed through Crunchyroll or Netflix. Viz Media is responsible for the English version of One Piece.