Attack on Titan’s Sasha Takes Aim In A Post-Timeskip Cosplay

The Survey Corps’ lovable “Potato Girl,” aka Sasha Blouse, comes to life in a new Attack on Titan cosplay.

Sasha looks ready for battle in a new attack on titan cosplay


The new look at the character comes from Chilean cosplayer and professional makeup artist and hairstylist Fran Martinez. The cosplayer recreated Sasha in her post-timeskip appearance, when she swaps out the standard Survey Corps uniform for the stealthy black bodysuit and deadly anti-personnel vertical maneuver gear worn by the series’ heroes during the conflict against Marley. Martinez rounds out the character with her signature bolt-action rifle, with which she demonstrated deadly skill during the war.

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More costumes and cosmetic changes from the cosplayer can be seen on her Instagram page. In addition to portraying others attack on titan characters, including Sasha’s comrade Mikasa Ackerman, Martinez has also portrayed other iconic anime heroines, including multiple costumes based on jujutsu kaisenPain-spewing exorcist and winner of the 2022 Crunchyroll Award for Best Girl, Nobara Kugisaki.

Sasha was also recently featured in a new art release from MAPPA, the animation studio behind attack on titans: the final season, which recalled the younger versions of the sniper and her best friend, Connie, as they argued playfully while training to become members of the Eldian army.

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Fans are probably already aware that Sasha will not be appearing in the anime series’ final run of episodes, titled Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 2 which premiered in Japan and on international streaming services on January 9, so the new cosplay and art serve as a good way to remember the fan-favorite character. The series’ final half-season will adapt the last remaining chapters of Hajime Isayama’s original manga, which came to a controversial end in early 2021. While the manga’s ending divided the fanbase, the anime adaptation of that story follows. remaining as popular as ever, with a market research firm naming the series the “most requested show of 2021”. The show quickly fit that description, as the number of fans who tried to watch the first episode of The Final Season – Part 2 on its premiere date were enough to briefly take anime streaming service Crunchyroll offline, as the company’s servers were overwhelmed by the massive influx of viewers.

In addition to Crunchyroll, the simulcast of the series is also available on Hulu and Funimation. The English dub of The Final Season – Part 2 is scheduled to make its streaming premiere on Funimation’s own streaming service and Crunchyroll on February 13. The show will also air on Adult Swim’s Toonami block, starting February 12.

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