The Last of Us Part II fans prove skeptical by showing their muscle mass in a re-creation of Abby and proving that Abby’s body is real.
A huge fan of The Last of Us Part II proved that Abby Anderson can be just as healthy as she looks in her stunning cosplay.
Claire Max, @ClaireMax, posted photos of her stunning cosplay on Twitter with the humorous caption “But she’s very uNrEaLiStIc.” She shared comparison photos of her and Abby. Her posture was identical to the photos of Abby from The Last of Us Part II. Claire Max recreates Abby perfectly and shows off her muscles to show that the gains she made in the game happen, contrary to what other people have said.
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Max’s cosplay wasn’t her first. She cosplayed the character from Disney’s Hercules in 2022 wearing costumes inspired by the 1997 film. She snapped photos at the Disney California Adventure Park’s Oogie Boogie Bash with Alyssa Onofreo who cosplayed as Megara. They were joined by a few other cosplayers who dressed as Philoctetes, Megara’s co-workers Hade’s assistants Pain and Panic and Philoctetes as 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. Abby is the daughter of Jerry Anderson – the surgeon Joel killed to save Ellie at the Firefly’s hospital hideout located in Salt Lake City. Abby promises revenge on Joel when she learns of the death of her father. She eventually tracks him down and brutally beats him with a golf club in front of Ellie as well as Tommy before executing him with a brutal hit on the head. A few fans were disgusted by her character because following the time that Abby murdered Joel in the first part of Part I, Part II placed players in the shoes of Abby.
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Will Joel be killed in The Last of Us Season 2?
Pedro Pascal who is Joel in the series believes it’s a necessity to die. Pascal said it’s a waste to follow the first episode closely only to veer off the path. “That’s my honest answer.”
Craig Mazin, the showrunner has hinted at a possible shift in the direction of the show regarding Joel’s fate however, he also told viewers that he’s not scared to take on characters. Mazin said, “I don’t have an issue with murdering characters.” This isn’t a surprise. The most important thing to remember is that neither myself nor Neil Druckmann, the co-creator Neil Druckmann] feel constrained by the source material we chose to use.