My Younger Sister is a Future Cosplayer?

Hi! My younger sister is making me so happy as an anime fan lately. Some months ago, I forced my dad to watch Attack on Titan with me. Then my sister crawled out of her cave—I mean bedroom—and started watching with us. And when I told her that the second season already finished airing all the episodes, she didn’t even let me finish speaking and told me, “I already watched it.” I felt so happy and so proud of her that I almost cried.

Just before school started, she knocked on my bedroom door and showed me an Attack on Titan Survey Corps jacket listed on Amazon. “Ate, I want this for my Halloween costume. Can you buy it for me, please?” I was so surprised, but immediately felt excited. I whipped out my credit card and ordered it for her on the spot. I even offered to buy her the Survey Corps cloak, but she was being considerate and told me that she only wanted the jacket. I almost felt disappointed. I called out my cousin, and I think the two of us were more excited than my younger sister. Mid-September, our order arrived and I forced my sister to try it on immediately.

It fits her perfectly. The quality is much better than I expected.

Even the Survey Corps logo, the Wings of Freedom, looks nicely printed.

Overall, I’m quite satisfied with the quality of our purchase. And most importantly, my younger sister looked happy when she finally received the jacket.

I thought that she’s only going to wear the clothing and that’s it. But when I entered her eternally messy and disorganized room, I found out that she has been working on an actual vertical maneuvering equipment. Now this is AMAZING! I know that my younger sister likes to build things, but this is the first time that I felt honestly impressed by her work.

She’s also quite the eco-friendly artist, using recyclable materials like used plastic bottles, cardboard boxes, and paper.

I think the only materials she asked to buy were paint and the glue gun.

As you can see, her work is very detailed. She’s even making the blades!

She’s still not completely finished the vertical maneuvering equipment, but I can already picture the finished product. I’m so excited to see her full Attack on Titan cosplay costume for Halloween. She’s hoping to win the “Best Costume” contest at her school.

If she doesn’t win, I’ll march to the school myself and protest, especially if the chosen winner wears a store-bought generic costume. I have evidence—a.k.a. these pictures—of how hard my sister worked in making the vertical maneuvering equipment. What’s more, she worked on it completely by herself. Oh, and did I mention that she’s only 12-years old?

I’m so proud of her. I don’t think that she’s at the level of being an “anime fan” yet, but I think that she’s on her way. Of course, I’ll encourage and support her if she becomes one. She tells me that a lot of her friends are anime fans, and I like talking anime with them whenever they come over and hang out in our house.

I can’t wait for Halloween! I can’t wait to see how my sister will look like in her full Attack on Titan Survey Corps soldier cosplay. This is the first time that she’s wearing a costume inspired by an anime. I hope that this won’t be the last. Perhaps this is the start of a passion. Perhaps my younger sister is a future cosplayer. We’ll see.

If you’re interested in buying this Attack on Titan Survey Corps jacket that I bought for my younger sister, you can order them through these websites:

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My experience with this seller was great. My order was processed and shipped shortly after I ordered it. It also arrived from China way earlier than the expected delivery date. Plus they provide a tracking number. As for the quality of the jacket itself, I have no complaints. It’s not the greatest, but it’s better quality than I expected given its price.

That’s all for today. Have a great day. Cheers!

/Wild Arria fled/


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27 thoughts on “My Younger Sister is a Future Cosplayer?”

    1. Aaaaaw. Krystallina, you. Ehehehe.

      But anyway, yes. I’m really proud of her. She really likes building things, so if she’s getting into cosplay and making the props, I’ll fully support her. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I appreciate it. Cheers!

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  1. That’s awesome to have your sister cosplay a favorite anime she likes. I never cosplayed but I would like to be Tobi from Naruto. My brother doesn’t watch anime as much as me but he doesn’t mind Dragon Ball Z or JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures.

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    1. Yes, this is her first time to cosplay so I’m really hoping that it’s not the last time. I hope that she does this again next Halloween and…well, we’ll see.

      Oh, nice. Tobi is cute. Maybe someday, you’ll cosplay. Never say never, right? 🙂 Ooooooh. Jojo? Wow. How old is your brother?

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      1. You should totally encourage her. Maybe you two should dress up together Scout troops :).
        I want to be Tobi. I got the mask but I need the Akatsuki cloak lol. My brother is currently 16 but will be 17 in November. He caught me watching JoJo and after he saw one episode, he says the show was weird, random but epic lol.

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      2. Ahaha! I’m not really into cosplay. I just like looking at the creativeness and artistry of cosplayers. But never say never, right? Perhaps we’ll dress up together someday. Who knows? We’ll see.
        Ooooh. Maybe you can cosplay as Tobi when you attend a con or something since you already have the mask and the cloak.
        Oh, I see. Your brother is still young. He has time to decide whether to like anime or not or to watch more anime besides Jojo.

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      3. I like looking at cosplay. I am always impressed to see these people become the characters. I think Tobi would be an easy one. If possible, I would like to be Kaneki from Tokyo Ghoul. I like his mask. Yeah he still got time. For now, he likes to saying Japanese terms like “Nani!”

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      4. Cosplaying Kaneki is awesome. Definitely his mask. I saw some people wearing face masks when they have colds that is inspired by Kaneki’s ghoul mask. Looked so cool.

        Ahaha! That’s funny but totally relatable.

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  2. It’s nice to see that she’s become so passionate about AOT. I hope she finds many more anime shows/movie to enjoy in the future and that you can have many cool discussions with her, it’s a great thing to bond over. As i discussed in a previous article because anime is a niche fandom it tends to really bring people together, people get so much more passionate about it than more mainstream works because it’s not something you can discuss with everyone. Her maneuvering gear is certainly very impressive particularly for such a young age.

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    1. Thank you! Indeed, it’s nice to see that she’s really liking AoT. I wish that she develops more interest in other anime as well. My cousin and I tried to get her into Haikyuu, the volleyball anime. We’ll see. True, anime tends to really bring people together because it’s not something that everyone just knows how to talk about or even be comfortable talking about. Sad when you think about it. But the bright side is that when you meet other anime fans, it can really be one of the most enjoyable experiences. Anyway, I’m really looking forward to seeing her finished maneuvering gear. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Cheers!

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    1. Thanks! I’m really proud of her. I hope that she becomes an anime fan like me. Never say never, you know. You never know. Maybe your younger sister might develop an interest in those things. Thanks for dropping by.

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    1. Cool! Who did you cosplay as from AoT? Or did you cosplay as one of the titans? 😉 Of course. I already told her that I’m going to want to see her final cosplay and take pictures of it. Perhaps I can make another post as an update when Halloween comes. I’m also crossing my fingers and hopes that she wins best costume. Although I hear that her friend is also cosplaying as Mikasa. I told her she should cosplay as Hange. She’s thinking about it.

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  3. I mean my brother is not into cosplay, but I was glad I got him into Dragon Ball this year. It is weird for the few cases where he actually asked me the thoughts on the latest ep of Super, when I haven’t had time to check it.

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      1. I am trying to get him into other anime, mainly Jojo. But he likes the older animation style, so I need to find something. But he tends to watch the latest Super episode at least a day after it is out.

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