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My Hero Academia: Midnight will face crime with her bravest side in this cosplay | Spaghetti code

Date: May 22, 2024 Time: 10:58:56

In the colorful world of My Hero Academia, Midnight is one of the most respected characters thanks to her dedication to fighting crime and teaching the students of UA Academy. Throughout the story, designed by Kohei Horikoshi, Nemuri Kayama becomes an icon of sensuality and heroism.

Cosplayer Valentina Creep, originally from Argentina, recreated Professor YA, highlighting key elements such as a white bodysuit, a corset that bisects her torso, and the famous whip she uses to subdue her enemies.

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Midnight at My Hero Academia

Midnight in the My Hero Academia universe has the gift of “sleep scent” based on Kayama’s body odor, which instantly puts her rivals to sleep. In this sense, he uses different tools to spread his essence, such as fans or his costume.

Combined with his gift, Midnight becomes deadly due to his prowess in hand-to-hand combat, giving him victory in various battles, such as the League of Villains’ first invasion of UA or the battle against the Paranormal Liberation Front, where he unfortunately loses his life.

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Seductive, explosive, brave and an excellent teacher – these are the main characteristics of Midnight’s personality, which will always hold a special place among fans of My Hero Academia, a work that is getting closer to its completion.

Through her Instagram account, Valentina Creep has also created many cosplays, such as Makima from Chainsaw Man, Marin from My Dressup Darling, or Jett from VALORANT. It also features a variety of characters from the League of Legends video game.

What’s your favorite “Midnight” moment in My Hero Academia?


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