Saint Seiya Cygnus Hyoga with Cygnus Cloth Funko POP
From Saint Seiya, Cygnus Hyoga, as a stylized Funko POP. Cygnus Hyoga (Kigunasu no Hyoga, “Glacier“) is one of the protagonists, and the Bronze Saint of Cygnus. He was trained by Aquarius Camus, and with him he learned to manipulate the ice. Following his master’s teachings, he tries to remain rational in the face of everything, but he has an emotional side that he can’t let go of. Hyoga has Russian ancestry alongside his mother, and has took her side in appearance. That’s why he has blue eyes and tanned blond hair, showing his foreign origin among his other brothers who lived in Japan. Hyoga often wears a blue shirt and black pants, also wears orange leg warmers and black shoes. In the manga, his clothes are more varied. In Hades phase, he is shown in a beige coat in the cold. Hyoga appears calm, collected, and unemotional. Beneath the surface, however, he is passionate and devoted to his ideals.
As a Saint born under the Cygnus Constellation, Hyoga is able to control and manipulate ice and snow as he pleases, as he mastered the basis of the technique of the Saints of Ice, stopping the atoms of matter by the power of their Cosmo. The Cygnus Cloth is one of the Bronze Cloths, located in Siberia. The Cygnus Cloth represents the Cygnus Constellation, which is associated to various swans from Greek mythology, and this includes Zeus, disguised as a swan to seduce the Spartan Queen Leda, a beloved son of Ares named Cygnos who was killed in a wrestling match by the hero Heracles, and the musician Orpheus, who in some tellings was transformed into a swan after his murder at the hands of the god Dionysus‘s followers. Swans also served as one of the sacred birds of the goddess Aphrodite. The Cygnus Constellation is also known as the Northern Cross, and it’s the reason why Kurumada made Hyoga always carry a cross and rosary with him.
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