The internet has been obsessed these past few days with Bowsette, a fan-created character inspired by Toadette’s transformation into Peachette upon donning the “super crown.” From numerous works of art, to non-stop renditions by cosplayers, the popularity of Bowsette seems to only be increasing with each passing day. According to Hachima and SoraNews (via Kotaku), fans have even begun organizing an event to show their love of the character next month in Tokyo.
The official page of the event is calling the gathering Oukan Keikaku: Kuppa Hime Onrii Ibento or “Crown Plan: Bowsette Only Event.” It’s going to be held October 27th at 12:30 PM at the Kawasaki Municipal Industrial Promotion Hall, which is about an hour south of Tokyo by subway.
According to Kotaku, the event will feature Bowsette-themed “doujinshi (fan-made comics)” as well as “crossplay cosplay (men dressing up as female characters).” So if you happen to like the sound of this and happen to be in Tokyo next month, make sure to stop by to check it out.
On a related note, the popularity of Bowsette has grown so massive that a change.org page has been set up pushing for the character to become introduced as part of the official Nintendo canon. In the span of a few minutes, the number of fans signing it has gone up by nearly 1000, with a new signature appearing nearly every second! It’s currently sitting at roughly 8500 votes – only 1500 away from its goal of 10,000.
If you’re a fan of Bowsette, head over to the change.org page to show your support!
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