How to Dress Like Katana

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Katana Costume Guide
Katana Adult Wig
Red Kung Fu Sashes
Katana Mask
Faux Leather Leggings
Ninja Sword Accessory
Katana Suicide Squad Jacket
Knee-high Lace-up Patent Leather Boots
Fingerless Tactical Gloves

Best Katana Halloween Costume Guide

Get in costume as Katana also known as Tatsu Yamashiro, the superheroine from DC Comic’s Suicide Squad played by Karen Fukuhara. Tatsu is a Japanese warrior who also expertly wields a katana in CW’s Arrow series alongside the Green Arrow. Transform into character with a Katana Suicide Squad Jacket, Faux Leather Leggings, Knee-high Lace-up Patent Leather Boots, Katana Mask, and Katana Adult Wig. Get Katana’s complete look with Red Kung Fu Sashes and Fingerless Tactical Gloves.

Katana Cosplay Costumes

Fans of DC comics and movies will no doubt recognize Katana. While a popular character in the DC comics, Katana received even more attention with the release of the movie “Suicide Squad.” Any DC fan looking for a cool character with an easy costume to replicate should seriously consider Katana. Katana generally wears black leather pants and a decorated black bomber jacket. Throw in black combat boots, gloves, and her mask, which can be purchased online. Don’t forget Katana’s famous sword! If your friends want to join in, have them dress as other members of the Suicide Squad, like Harley Quinn or Deadshot.

About Katana

Katana is an expert martial artist and was trained in combat from a young age. After Katana’s husband was murdered by the Yakuza, she became a vigilante in order to seek justice. Her sword, Soultaker, is filled with the souls of every person the sword has killed. Along with her quest to avenge her husband, Katana also seeks to free the souls in her sword so they can find rest. Be sure to check out our photo gallery for inspiration for your own Katana costume, and don’t forget to upload your own photos to the gallery!

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