Edgerunners Cosplay shows off the coolness of the kiwi

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners anime debuted around the world earlier this fall, and one cool cosplay is reminding fans just how awesome Kiwi can be! Studio Trigger takes on the massive Cyberpunk franchise that threw fans into a futuristic world full of characters with unforgettable designs. It wasn’t a long-running series by any means, but if the reactions to the series since its premiere on Netflix are any indication, the anime has made a lot of waves with fans nonetheless. However, fans are hopeful that there may be more of him in the future.

This is because even though the story seemed to be coming to an end for each of the main characters, there are many more around the world that fans would like to get to know much better than they were ever able to. Characters like Kiwi, who end up playing a role in how it all happened in a surprising way, but at the same time still had plenty of hidden secrets when the credits rolled on the final episode. At the very least, the character lives on through adorable cosplay artist @kyoko_xie on Instagram. Check it out below:

How to watch Cyberpunk: Edgerunners

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners It is directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi with Hiromi Wakabayashi serving as creative director, and Yoh Yoshinari as character designer and animation director, with screenplay adaptations by Yoshiki Usa and Masahiko Otsuka. You can now find the series streaming with Netflix, and they’re teasing the anime like this,”The series tells a 10-episode standalone story about a street kid trying to survive in Night City – a city obsessed with technology and body modification in the future. With a presence Everything to lose, he survives by becoming an edgerunner – an outlaw mercenary also known as a cyberpunk.”

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ComicBook.com’s Evan Valentine reviewed the series when it premiered on Netflix earlier this fall (which you can find in full here), and if you’re wondering how the anime rocked up, here’s an excerpt, “…Edgerunners is a series that doesn’t shy away from extreme violence, and while some stars will meet horrific endings, Trigge was able to help make those scenes more difficult when they inevitably happen to a crew member who we’ve come to know over ten episodes. Trigger uses an animation style that’s fluid, lively, and crackling with strength all the way around, which helps keep your eyes glued to the screen for fear you’ll miss a moving cell along the way. ”

How did you like it? Cyberpunk: Edgerunners When it hit Netflix earlier this year? How does it rank among your favorite new anime of the year in general? Let us know all your thoughts on this topic in the comments! You can also reach out to me directly about all things animation and other cool stuff Valdezology on Twitter!


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