Denzhy, an Overwatch cosplayer, poses with a life-size B.O.B cosplay to complete the perfect Wild West-themed duo.

With the launch of Overwatch 2’s closed beta in April, Blizzard’s hero shooter Overwatch was back in full force. OW2 promises to revitalize the franchise by featuring reworked characters and abilities, new content, and a redesigned team format.

Despite the fact that the beta’s end date is approaching, Overwatch players have returned to their old favorites. The heroes come to life in incredible detail thanks to beautiful fan art and stunning cosplays, and this Ashe & B.O.B. duo is taking Overwatch cosplay to the next level. Denzhy, a Dutch cosplayer, looks every bit the rebellious gunslinger, armed with her trusty weapon and robot friend B.O.B.

Denzhy is a Dutch cosplayer, streamer, and songwriter who is based in the Netherlands. Her cosplay creations mostly revolve around anime and gaming, with the occasional web-slinging Marvel character thrown in for good measure. She imbues each of the characters she plays with an air of elegance, capturing their personalities with attitude and style.

Denzhy now wears the high-heeled boots of Ashe, the Deadlock gang’s leader. Miccostumes Official’s sharply styled bob cut and tailored outfit perfectly capture Ashe’s sharp sense of boldness. Even cooler, the B.O.B. unit standing behind her is a full-fledged cosplay, complete with movement and working electric components.

Though Miccostunes Official designed Ashe’s outfit, Denzhy created Ashe’s signature hat. Her Viper weapon was also 3D printed by Johan of 3D Print & DIY Projects from the Netherlands. Their combined efforts demonstrate that cosplay can truly be a village effort, but the end result is as iconic as the character herself.

Wayne Berendhuysen, the mastermind engineer behind Wayne’s Workshop, is trailing Denzhy. Berendhuysen stomps behind Ashe in an unbelievable replica of her trusty robo-companion B.O.B., and despite the size of the costume, Berendhuysen built the cosplay to have a full range of movement so that the cosplay is a lifelike character rather than a posable statue.

Berendhuysen also designed working arm cannons, as if glowing eyes and moving joints weren’t cool enough. Thankfully, they don’t fire bullets, but an enemy will be doused in smoke. A smoking dynamite stick that is magnetized to B.O.B.’s hand completes the cosplay.

Denzhy’s work can be found on Instagram @denzhy and Twitch at DenzhyTV. More of Berendhuysen’s engineering feats can be found on Instagram at Wayne’s Workshop.