The Last of Us Part II Cosplay Showcases the Realism of Buff Abby’s Transformation
A The Last of Us Part II fan proves the doubters wrong by showing off her muscles with an Abby cosplay that proves that the character’s muscular physique is real.
A fan of The Last of Us Part II showed that Abby Anderson can be just as fit as she looks in her stunning cosplay.
Cosplayer Claire Max (@ClaireMax) showed their amazing cosplay by posting photos on their Twitter account, sarcastically captioned “BuT He’s an uNrEaLiStIc.” She posted comparison pictures between her and Abby. Her poses were matched to the shots of Abby from The Last of Us Part II. Claire Max perfectly recreates Abby in her workouts, displaying her muscles to show that her gains are real, despite what some have said after playing the game.
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Max’s cosplay wasn’t her first. In 2022, she cosplayed Disney’s Hercules in costumes inspired by the 1997 film. She took photos at Disney California Adventure Park’s Oogie Boogie Bash with Alyssa Onofreo who was cosplaying as Megara. Other cosplayers joined them by posing as Philoctetes and Megara’s co-workers Hades’ assistant Pain and Panic.
Who is Abby in The Last of Us Part II?
In The Last of Us Part II, Abby Anderson (Laura Bailey) is one of gaming’s most controversion protagonists/antagonists. She is the daughter of Jerry Anderson – the surgeon Joel killed to save Ellie at the Firefly’s hospital hidden place located in Salt Lake City. Abby swears to take revenge on Joel after learning of the demise of her father. Abby eventually locates him and brutally beats Joel with a golf club before Ellie and his brother Tommy before finally killing him with a fierce hit on the head. Many fans were horrified by her portrayal since after Abby murdered Joel in Part I, Part II put gamers in Abby’s shoes.
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Will Joel die in The Last of Us Season 2?
Pedro Pascal who plays Joel in the series believes that it’s a necessity to die. He also said it would be a waste to follow the first episode so closely and then stray from its path. “So, yeah, this is my honest opinion.”
Craig Mazin, the showrunner, hinted at a possible alteration to the series concerning Joel’s fate However, Mazin also reminded viewers that he’s not afraid to take on characters. He stated, “I don’t have a problem murdering characters.” This should be clear by now. But the most important thing to know is that neither Neil Druckmann nor I [co-creator Neil Druckmann] feel constrained by the material we used as our inspiration.