Vampy Bit Me promotes Revolutionary Girl Utena manga
Vietnamese American cosplayer Linda Le, more popularly known as Vampy Bit Me, has partnered with VIZ Media to promote their special release of the “Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution” manga.
Vampy Bit Me posted the special cosplay she made for the occasion. She also included a link to the preview of “Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution”. Readers who click on the link will also see the different shops where they can buy a print or digital copy of the manga.
Vampy x VIZ Media
Here’s what Vampy Bit Me posted on her official Twitter account to announce the project with VIZ Media.
Im so happy to be able to work with @VizMedia for the special release of Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution manga
You can get it now by clicking this link for either paperback and digital!
This is the blurb for the “Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution” manga.
Utena has saved Anthy by defeating Akio in the final duel, but in doing so she has vanished from the world. Now the student council members at Ohtori Academy find themselves in their own revolutions.
Born in Okmulgee, Oklahoma to Vietnamese immigrants, Vampy Bit Me later moved to San Jose, California. She became fascinated with cosplaying as anime and video game characters at age 12, and has never looked back since.
Apart from being a popular cosplayer, Vampy Bit Me is also an avid gamer, Twitch streamer, model, and host. She recently co-hosted Hime’s Cosplay Cup with Mario Bueno in the first ever Virtual Crunchyroll Expo on Sept. 4-6. Hime’s Cosplay Cup is a competition open to cosplayers from all over the world.
A self-described “Gundam Girl for life“, Vampy Bit Me was also a host at the first ever GUNDAM ONLINE EXPO in the US. This was held on Aug. 20-31. Not only is she a longtime collector and fan of the Gundam series, but also she has been building model kits for over 15 years.
Vampy Bit Me was one of the renowned international cosplayers invited as guests during the inaugural AsiaPOP Comic Convention a.k.a. AsiaPOP Comicon in the Philippines in 2015.