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Gamora cosplay by Sara Moni

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Gamora cosplay by Sara Moni

Cosplayer Sara Moni looks like the spitting image of the MCU’s fiercest woman in the galaxy: Gamora.

Spoiler alert: The Guardians of the Galaxy/Avengers: Infinity War protagonist and holder of the title of “deadliest woman in the galaxy” might have met her untimely demise in the latter movie because of her unofficial familial ties to the Mad Titan Thanos (she’s his adopted daughter) — but something tells us when all is said and done, Gamora will find her way back into the Marvel Studios spotlight one way or another.

That’s why we had to feature this Gamora cosplay by Sara Moni, who looks so much like the real deal she could be Zoe Saldana’s stunt double (or fill-in).

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