The Last of Us Part II fans prove doubters wrong by displaying their muscles in a re-creation of Abby and proving that Abby’s body is real.
A huge fan of The Last of Us Part II showed that Abby Anderson can be just as fit and healthy as she appears in her stunning cosplay.
Cosplayer Claire Max (@ClaireMax) showed the impressive cosplay they have created with images on their Twitter account. They with a sarcastic caption “BuT sHe’S the best.” She shared comparison photos of her and Abby. Her posture was matched to the shots of Abby from The Last of Us Part II. Claire Max perfectly recreates Abby, showing off her muscles to prove that her gains are realistic, despite the opinions of some who have been made after playing the game.
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This isn’t the first cosplay Max has posted. In 2022 she cosplayed as Disney’s Hercules with an outfit inspired by the film of the same name. She snapped photos at the Disney California Adventure Park’s Oogie Boogie Bash with Alyssa Onofreo who was cosplaying as Megara. The two were joined by several other cosplayers, who posed as Philoctetes, Megara’s fellow Hades assistants Pain and Panic and Philoctetes Assistants.
Who is Abby from 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 murdered in order to save Ellie from the Firefly’s hidden place located in Salt Lake City. Abby swears to take revenge on Joel after discovering the death of her father. She finally tracks him down and brutally beats him with a golf club before Ellie and his brother Tommy before taking him down with a devastating blow to the head. A few fans were disgusted by her character because after Abby killed Joel in the first part of Part I, Part II put players in Abby’s shoes.
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Will Joel Die In The Last of Us Season 2?
Although some fans have expressed their hope that the show might choose not to kill off Joel in the adaptation by HBO, Pedro Pascal who plays Joel in the series, thinks that it’s a necessity to die. “It wouldn’t make sense to follow the first season with such fidelity only to diverge far from the way,” he said. “So yes, this is my honest opinion.”
However the show’s creator Craig Mazin hinted that the series might choose to take an alternative path to Joel’s fate, though he made it clear that he’s not willing to let a character die also. He stated, “I don’t have a issue with killing characters.” This should be clear by now. The most important thing you should know is that neither Neil Druckmann nor I Neil Druckmann, the co-creator Neil Druckmann] feel constrained by our source material.