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Neon Genesis Evangelion: Asuka Langley cosplay by Shiro

The orange-haired, blue-eyed pilot of the Evangelion Unit 02 from the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime comes to life.

The Second Child and the pilot of the Evangelion Unit 02, Neon Genesis Evangelion protagonist Asuka Langley Sohryu, comes to life courtesy of cosplayer Shirogane-sama (who previously blew us away with her Into the Spider-Verse Spider-Gwen and Cindy Aurum from Final Fantasy XV cosplays) in the following photoset.

Asuka was born to an American father and a German mother. She is also one quarter Japanese and speaks the language fluently.

Asuka’s first name comes from the Japanese World War II aircraft carrier Soryu, her middle name from the American World War II aircraft carrier Langley, and her Rebuild surname from the Japanese World War II destroyer Shikinami.

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New dakimakura ❀ You can order this, yes! _____ Dear friends, I would like to thank you all for your support, especially my patrons. At the end of this year, I was able to make my dream come true also because of your support. I really love Asuka and I am glad that I can finally do the shoot with a high-quality canon costume. Thank you all very much! I hope that next year you will be helping me to embody other projects that are not less interesting. Anyways I hope that you like what I am doing and I hope that you like my works. I wish you a Merry Christmas and all your dreams come true. Lovingly, Shiro πŸ’« ____ Ph by @pollypwnz Latex plugsuit by @andromeda_latex More photos on my Patreon page (link is in bio) #asuka #asukalangleysoryu #asukacosplay #evangelion #evangelioncosplay #dakimakura #anime #manga #cosplay #cosplayer

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Asuka’s English voice actress is Tiffany Grant, who has been critically praised for her work in the role.

Like Shirogane-sama’s Asuka Langley cosplay? Show her some support on her Patreon page.


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