This 'Kill la Kill' Fan Just Had One Memorable Wedding

Are you a Kill a Kill fan hoping to one day meet and marry the Kill la Kill fan of your dreams? [...]

Are you a Kill a Kill fan hoping to one day meet and marry the Kill la Kill fan of your dreams? One fan did just that and got to work their fandom into the wedding.

Twitter user @turiron married their partner over the weekend, and both being anime fans, they decided to work a show into their ceremony somehow. As the couple shared a passion for Kill la Kill, they decided to replicate Ryuko Matoi's Scissor Blade and cut their cake with it.

User @turiron is an artist of many talents. Custom doll maker, leather working, and an animator, they spent two weeks with a sander and buzzsaw to create a 1:1 version of the Scissor Blade. The work got such a good reception online, voice actress Aya Suzaki, who plays Mako on the series, sent her congratulations through Twitter.

The replica is so cool-looking, any Kill la Kill would love to have it in their collection let alone marry someone cool enough with it to use it as a prop to cut the wedding cake.

For those unfamiliar Kill la Kill, the series follows Ryuko Matoi, a girl in search of her father's killer. Left with one half of a giant pair of scissors, she transfers to Honnouji Academy. The school is under the control of of the student council and their president, the dominate Satsuki Kiryuin. What's different about this academy however is that every student is equipped a Goku Uniform, a suit that gives its wearer superhuman abilities because of the "Life Libers" sewed within.

Kill la Kill is the first original anime project from Trigger, a company formed by ex-Gainax employees Hiroyuki Imaishi and Masahiko Ohtsuka. It was directed by Imaishi and written Kazuki Nakashima, who had both worked together on Gainax's Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. It was licensed in the United States by Aniplex of America starting July 2014.

The series had its English language broadcast premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami block in February 2015. A manga serialization written by Ryo Akizuki began in Young Ace magazine in 2013. It was received extremely well critically and praised for its expresses character animation and fight scenes.

What do you think of this Kill la Kill wedding? Talk to me @Valdezology.

via Crunchyroll