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Best Trowa Barton Halloween Costume Guide
Trowa Barton, whose real name is Triton Bloom, is one of the five main Gundam pilots. His demeanor is as mysterious as stoic. Incredibly experienced as a soldier and a skilled infiltrator, Trowa Barton is the third member of the G team and often shown wearing enemy uniforms in Gundam Wing, the Japanese mecha anime series. He’s the only member of the group that was born on Earth. Trowa’s personality is calm and patient. Trowa also works undercover as a clown in a circus. Cosplay the character with an unknown past with this Trowa Barton costume guide.
Go the suave and debonair route to look like Trowa Barton with a cool turtleneck sweater in dark green or navy blue, skinny slim-fit jeans in light grey, and a pair of Bruno Marc Chukka Boots in Grey. Finally, wear the brown anime Cosplay wig and bring along the Gundam Heavyarms.
Trowa Barton Cosplay Costumes
Trowa Barton is the quiet and mysterious pilot of XXXG-01H Gundam Heavyarms in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing and the XXXG-01HC Gundam Heavyarms Custom in New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz. The most experienced soldier of the Gundam pilots and the only one born on Earth, Trowa Barton is an extremely popular character with lots of true friends who believe in him and stand by him.
Whether it’s his good friend Heero, the acrobat Catherine Bloom whom he befriended in the circus, or other key characters like Doctor S, Quatre, Field Marshal Noventa, and Chang Wufei, that are ideal characters to cosplay with Trowa. It’ll be a cinch for you and your buddies to make a grand entrance at the next cosplay convention or costume party.
About Trowa Barton
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing or the New Mobile Report Gundam Wing as it is known in Japan, is a 1995 Japanese mecha anime series. Directed by Masashi Ikeda and written by Katsuyuki Sumizawa, it is the sixth installment in the Gundam franchise, taking place in the “After Colony” timeline. The main plot of the series centers on a war in the future between Earth and its orbital colonies in the Earth-Moon system.
Aired in Japan on the Asahi network on TV, the series ran for 49 episodes, from April 7, 1995 until March 29, 1996. The Mobile Suit Gundam Wing anime series met with great acclaim and even received numerous manga and video game adaptations. Subsequently, four Original Video Animation (OVA) episodes were produced. This included a retelling of the series, renamed Operation Meteor, and a direct sequel, Endless Waltz. Another sequel to the anime series, Frozen Teardrop, was added in 2010 based on the new book written by Sumizawa, the original writer.