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Texas artist Nick Derington has immortalized some very important moments from your youth.

The print series called “Boss Fight” shows Mario, Link and Samus as they prepare to do battle with Bowser, Ganon, and Mother Brain.

He sold out of the first editions of the prints back in January, and now he’s offering them again through a Kickstarter project.

A description of the project from his page:

This project consists of three illustrations that recreate the nervous excitement that meant reaching a game’s hard earned final moments. A testament to the hours spent building skills, solving puzzles and defeating all the minions that stood in your way towards the game’s final confrontation.

 

Derington has done work for DC Comics, Marvel and Mondo, and he was lead animator for “Scanner, Darkly.”

He reached his fundraising goal after only an hour, and is now also offering a bonus print called “Mario’s Regret” to anyone who has funded at any level if he reaches $18k.

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From the YouTube description:

Moon Animate Make-Up is a crowdsourced group animation project to re-animate an episode of Sailor Moon shot-by-shot in each artist's personal style. From October 2013 to July 2014, over two hundred and fifty animators contributed at least one shot each to assemble a full length parody episode of Sailor Moon.

Kasami-Sensei created this awesome series of photos imagining classic Disney princesses and heroes in a zombified apocalypse. Check out some of our favorites here and more on Kasami-Sensei's Deviantart page!

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Sebastian von Buchwald features angry Mario, acting as an anti-hero in games like Final Fantasy VII, Tomb Raider, The Binding of Isaac, Team Fortress 2, Dragon's Lair, and more.

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With the mid-season premiere of Breaking Bad only days away, YouTube's filmmaker duo Rhett and Link condensed the first five seasons of the series into a middle school musical, complete with family-friendly substitutes like a singing bag of "blue rock candy."

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