The People's Mario Wednesday November 12, 2008, 5 comments

Man, I love the animation style of this. Despite the different aesthetic, it reminds me of Samurai Jack, but with more grit. Someday I’ll have enough time to explore animation again. Things like this really inspire me.


Comments

sarah Wednesday November 12, 2008


YouTube has really come of age – it has made it to rain! :D

Adrian L Wednesday November 12, 2008


A sure sign of success indeed.

Matthew Wednesday November 12, 2008


Oh, man! I’m constantly amazed by — and a big fan of — all the Mario-inspired stuff out there.

Jorge Wednesday November 12, 2008


You’re welcome.

Or should I say: Пожалуйста

Adrian L Thursday November 13, 2008


The world needs more Samurai Jack, Jorge.

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