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Doom: Doom gal cosplay by Dominique de Leon

Dominique de Leon looks ready to save the Earth from the hordes of Hell in this Doom Guy genderbend cosplay.

“We were standing on the edge of discovery. A powerful technology with infinite possibilities. Instead, we let them in. Fused an unholy union of flesh and metal. And now this brave new world has gone to Hell.”

And the only one who stands between us and the Earth being overrun by the Satanic hordes? Doom guy. Well, in this case, Doom gal, AKA twenty-three-year-old cosplayer Dominique de Leon, who put together this amazing foam armor fabrication of the Doom Slaying, bad-ass incarnate from id Software and Besthesda’s Doom (2016) remake and the upcoming Doom: Eternal.

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