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The Asta Young cosplay collection

Asta Young represents what cosplay should be about: Fun.

This is Asta Young:

Asta is a cosplayer who reminds us what cosplaying (and life) should be all about: inclusion and a means for anyone, regardless of race, creed or color to escape from the humdrum of everyday routine and into the fantasy realm of their choosing. In the 4-foot-5-inch Asta’s own words:

We should celebrate diversity in cosplay. Lets remind others to be kind, that cosplay is for all. It doesn’t matter if our skin color/height/weight/gender/etc doesn’t match, cosplay is about having fun. Everyone has their own unique twist about themselves and that is what makes us special. I’m an Asian cosplayer with dwarfism (basically I’m Chibi sized) & I’ll cosplay as whoever I want 😊 Tag your favorite cosplayers for everyone to check out! Let’s share all the love ❤️❤️

The following are some of our favorite Asta Young cosplay contributions:

 

Khal Drogo (Game of Thrones)


Debbie Thornberry


Yoda


Princess Kida (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)




Roxanne (A Goofy Movie)


Spinelli (Recess)


Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)


Crysta (FernGully: The Last Rainforest)


Chucky (Child’s Play)


X-23


Brock (Pokemon)


Cammy (Street Fighter)



Edna Mode (The Incredibles)


Ewok (Star Wars)


Misty (Pokemon)


Kim Possible


Chucky (Rugrats)


Gizmo (Gremlins)


Chun-Li (Street Fighter)


Reggie Rocket (Rocket Power)


Deadpool


Goku (Dragon Ball)


 

Twitter: @astayoungg

Which of Asta’s cosplays is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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