This Amazing Black Cosplayer Shatters Boundaries with Her Diverse Characters | 22 Words

In the spirit of Black History Month, many cosplayers are paying tribute to African-American characters with #28DaysOfBlackCosplay.

But few have undertaken the effort the way twenty-one-year-old Kiera Please has. Ablack cosplaying celebrity on Instagram, she's not just taking on black characters, but a diverse array from the world of pop culture, be they white, Pacific Islander, Asian, or, uh, blue. Not only is her cause a good one, but her work is some of the best you've ever seen (especially considering she's doing one of these EVERY DAY). Take a look. You might just learn a little bit about books, movies, or shows you never knew existed.

Melpomene From Hercules

Kida Nedakh From Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Nani Pelekai From Lilo & Stitch

Korra From The Legend Of Korra

Hermione From Harry Potter

Chel From The Road To El Dorado

Garnet From Steven Universe

Beret Girl From An Extremely Goofy Movie

Sadness From Inside Out

Lana Kane From Archer

Doodlebob From Spongebob

(This certainly isn't her best work, but it just might be my favorite.)

Penny Proud From The Proud Family

Tzipporah From The Prince Of Egypt

Storm From X-Men

Louise Belcher From Bob's Burgers

Stevonnie From Steven Universe

Lottie Person From Snotgirl

Juuzou Suzuya From Tokyo Ghoul