The Last of Us Part II fans prove doubters wrong by showing their muscles in a re-creation of Abby and proving that Abby’s body is real.
A big fan of The Last of Us Part II demonstrated that Abby Anderson could realistically be as stylish as she is in an impressive cosplay.
Cosplayer Claire Max (@ClaireMax) showed the impressive cosplay they have created with pictures on their account on Twitter, sarcastically captioned “BuT He’s an unrEaLiStIc.” She posted photos of a comparison between herself and Abby with her poses matched to images of Abby from The Last of Us Part II. Claire Max perfectly recreates Abby and shows off her muscle to prove her gains are realistic, despite the opinions of some who have been made following her participation in the game.
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Max’s cosplay isn’t her first. She was dressed as Disney’s Hercules in 2022, wearing costumes based on the 1997 film. She snapped pictures at the Disney California Adventure Park’s Oogie Boogie Bash alongside Alyssa Onofreo, another influencer who cosplayed as Megara. The two were joined by several other cosplayers, who were dressed as Philoctetes, Megara’s fellow Hades assistants Pain and Panic, and Philoctetes’ assistants.
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’s the daughter of Jerry Anderson, the surgeon Joel who was killed to save Ellie in the hospital of Fireflie’s hiding place located in Salt Lake City. After discovering her father dead, Abby swears vengeance against Joel. She eventually tracks him down and brutally beats him with the golf club in front of Ellie and Tommy before committing suicide with a powerful blow to the head. Her character caused quite a stir among some fans, as she killed Joel. Abby killed Joel in Part I’s protagonist Part II places gamers in her shoes of her.
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Will Joel Die in The Last of Us Season 2?
Pedro Pascal who is Joel in the series believes it’s a necessity to die. He said that it’s a waste to keep following the first episode so closely and then stray from its path. “So, yeah, this is my honest opinion.”
However, showrunner Craig Mazin hinted that the show could choose to follow an alternative path to Joel’s fate. He made it clear that he’s not willing to let a character die or even kill a character. Mazin said, “I don’t have an issue with murdering characters.” This should be clear by now. The most important thing to know is that neither Neil Druckmann nor I Neil Druckmann, the co-creator Neil Druckmann] feel constrained by the source material we chose to use.