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Feb 24, 2012 | 6:00 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place February 25, 2012

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The worlds of Mario and Kirby collide in a most fashionable fashion. This is their story, as told by Daniel Ruchames in the form of a classic fan fiction.

And here is me animating part of it, if that's interesting:
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=FVmqNs48PSY

Edit: Thanks for the front page, Newgrounds!

Reviews


greenrabbit7greenrabbit7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

mario lokks both older and madder...5 stars



PogobroPogobro

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'd just like to point out that there are two videos of this on YouTube and crediting someone else. I guess you don't make money from it so their not really taking money away from you, but I just think it's disrespectful to take your video and post it saying they made it.


JonBro responds:

I think I've notified the people I feel have shown disrespect but I'll still keep an eye out


MarioKongaMarioKonga

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It`s actually kind of difficult for me to watch this. Why? Because I am just laughing too damn much!



djbro112djbro112

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i like the part when they had a big lunch with luigi and princess toadstool THE END



Mariofire44Mariofire44

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Just letting you know, someone's copied this onto their own YouTube account. Just search on Youtube, "Mario Meets Kirby." He's given absolutely no credit to you, and basically just saying "Credit goes to Daniel!"

So, uh, just so you know. He didn't even do a very good job, leaving his cursor over the video the whole time.


JonBro responds:

It already has 94,000 views so I don't know if my comment will have much impact, but I appreciate your telling me this, and I left a few words of advice on the video.

Goodness, and now that I've searched for "Mario Meets Kirby" on YouTube, it seems at least one other person made the mistake of crediting Daniel Ruchames for the animation. Usually I don't mind if people reupload my Flash movies to YouTube, because it's not like I've really made money from them that they're taking away, and the reuploads mean more publicity for me. But when people don't give credit where its due and there's a loss of quality, that's a slightly different story...