Tsuyu ‘Tsu’ Asui, aka Froppy, has fun on the beach in this My Hero Academia cosplay.
Ahri, a cosplayer and fan of the popular superhero anime, recently shared her role as Rainy Season Hero on her Instagram account. However, unlike traditional depictions of the character, the cosplay changed her usual look by transforming her iconic hero outfit into a swimsuit. This brought the fan-favorite Class 1A member out of UA’s halls and onto the beach, where she was pictured frolicking in the sand.
Ahri has shown off several photos of her version of Asui, all of which show her in a green, black and yellow suit version of the character, converted into a one-piece swimsuit. She brought the hero’s optimistic and healthy energy into each scene, infusing the character with innocence and fun. Ahri also added many small details on Froppy’s skin to the interface. This includes goggles on his head, long black hair tied into a large bow, and a green line running across his face. The comments on the post are full of users praising the cosplayer for her work.
Who is Froppy in My Hero Academia?
Froppy is a classmate of Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of My Hero Academia. She was introduced in Season 1 of the show and quickly became a fan favorite for her sense of humor, loyalty to her friends, and unique pranks. Her specific power is “Frog”, a joke that allows her to take advantage of a frog’s abilities. This includes stretchable blades, jumping skills, and the ability to stick to walls. She also enhances her swimming ability and can camouflage herself. The character plays a supporting role in the story. However, she stepped back in Season 6 Season 2 as the story mainly focuses on Deku as a vigilante, known to fans as “Dark Deku”.
Season 6 of this hit series wraps up in March 2023, culminating in the dramatic debut of America’s #1 hero, Star and Stripe. Her appearance begins the “Star and Stripe” part, which will be covered in Season 7. The My Hero Academia: Vigilantes spinoff manga has also been confirmed to get an anime adaptation.
The series is also expected to garner even more interest thanks to an upcoming partnership with the National Basketball Association. This particular collaboration recently shared a poster of the beloved #1 All-Might Hero for the NBA. However, My Hero Academia also recently faced backlash due to a character whose name was involved in World War II war crimes, which led to China banning the anime/manga. K-Pop star Karina, a member of the band Aespa, was even criticized for supporting the show because of the controversy.
The anime of My Hero Academia, produced by Studio Bones, is now available to stream on Crunchyroll. Additionally, the manga, written by Kohei Horikoshi, can be read through Viz Media with a Shonen Jump subscription.