The Last of Us and the Mandalorian team up in a curious crossover

The Mandalorian, the latest series based on the universe of Star Wars, won the hearts of fans (we love you, Baby Yoda) and now an artist has combined this universe with the world of The Last of Us with an “interesting” crossover.

Through Twitter, the famous Bosslogic made a merger that is quite comical. Based on the cover of the remastering of the first game, the artist placed the Mandalorian helmet on Joel’s body and added Baby Yoda’s face on Ellie’s body.

We leave you with the image so that you enjoy it and let out one or another laugh.

The users of the bird’s social network have shown their love for this curious union. Until the time of writing this news, The publication has more than 43 thousand likes and more than 6,100 retweets.

The worlds of The Mandalorian y The Last of Us they will “come together” in a very different way in the future. Pedro Pascal, in charge of interpreting I send, has been chosen to give life to Joel in the new television series based on the video game developed by Naughty Dog. In addition to that, it was also reported that Bella Ramsey, best known in the entertainment world for having played Lyanna Mormont in Game of Thrones, will take the role of Ellie.

The series script is being written by Craig Mazin in collaboration with Neil Druckman, creative director for the two original games. On the other hand in the direction will be the Russian director Kantemir Balagov, director of the award-winning film Beanpole.

What do you think of this crossover Come in The Last of Us y The Mandalorian?

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