This Last of Us Clicker Cosplay is Next Level

This Last of Us Clicker Cosplay is Next Level

Grab a brick or a rusty pipe just in case because this cosplay looks real.

The amount of insanely good cosplays for The Last of Us has gone up immensely since the release of The Last of Us Part II back in June. Yesterday, Reddit user u/linagabrielle posted a photo of them and a friend in their clicker cosplays that they wore for Comic-Con in 2017 and it’s awesome.

My friend and I did a Last of Us 2 make up for Comic Con 2017 from gaming

Every time I see a great cosplay for the Last of Us, particularly of the clickers, I always make sure to check the news just to double-check that 2020 isn’t throwing another curveball our way in the form of a fungal zombie infection and these cosplayers had me checking CNN faster than you can say “Naughty Dog.”

The attention to detail in the make up to things other than the giant fungal head growths are what really set this apart from other cosplays I’ve seen. The skin up and down the arms on both people is torn up, dirty, and frayed like they’re decomposing in front of your very eyes.

The stars of the show are obviously the fungal growths that give both cosplayers the classic “cauliflower” clicker look. However, the growths coming out of their sides and through the tears in their shirts really help sell the whole thing.

For more on The Last of Us and its cosplay, make sure to check out this article on an Abby cosplayer and this one on some early concept art of DinaThe Last of Us Part II is available for the PS4 and it’s one of DualShockers’ top contenders for game of the year. You can pick up a physical copy right here to help support our website.


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