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The People's Mario

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Based on that silly Rumor saying mario had subliminal communist propaganda.

My 3rd flash, done in 2 weeks, lots of experimenting in this one.
The hammer was used because he had one in Donkey Kong, also it aided to the style.

Thanks for the support! still, it seems this one is getting a score too great, I feel overrated. (way overrated, 1st place?)

edit: fixed the volume of some sounds.

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he is more epic



one of my fav vids, fkin awesome



russia

russian mario is great now since this viddeo has been created those 464 nuclear war heads they hav pointed at us should be pointed at some other country



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Mario you are doing this for the people of the world, we will not forget.


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It's great to see him

The specific rumor was that Mario was designed to look like Joseph Stalin. Of course, I also heard that Dr. Robotnik was designed to look like Theodore Roosevelt, so is that propoganda too? There have been a lot of funny parodies that portray the Mario series in a much darker way. This is one of the best and suitably one of the most well known. What really works is how utterly gorgeous this animation is.

It may be the most realistic Mario I've ever seen. It's a bit hard to show a Mario cartoon when it's based on a sidescroller but you did it fairly well. I especially love how exaggerated the action is with all the blood and everything. I think my favorite part is seeing the sledge hammer hit the box. That really shows off the dimensions well.


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Uploaded
Apr 15, 2006
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