Marichu VS Curse-R

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The following short doesn't exist (story-wise)!
The characters showing are not related with the recent characters, including their fighting style and shouldn't be compared with the series.

Okay now that I've told some unimportant things, here some comments...=P

This short was intended to be for a Super Mario Bros Z: Collab. But since I'm too late, I can't submit my part to them.
So I'm posting mine on my own.

My spriting style was a bit (more or less) realistic then most others, so I wanted a change of pace for once.
This isn't really my type of animating though, of what I can see, so I will stick with my previous style.

Have Fun and vote High 5. d(^o^)b

Oh, do I need to mention, that I did the voice-acting! =D

To everythings's owner...lol
65% edited by me



Very well done! I thoroughly enjoyed it! And will continue to!


Marichu had an asesome battle sytle! Thought the death of Curse-R WAs VERY FUNNY! Nice job buddy.

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I like the idea of Marichu (a combination between Mario and Pikachu obviously) and I really have to appreciate the sprite work. Baseing Curse on Emerl is something you don't see often around here. My favorite part was definitley when Marichu had the pole and was hitting Curse with it (reminded me of "The Matrix" which you probably referencing). My only complaint was that it could've been a little longer.

Pkmn2 responds:

Thanks for commenting. =)
Yeah, I could've been longer if it wasn't for a collab.

This was for a SMBZ collab, but I think it died. =(

we need

we need more voilance we need more blood and more figthing >:O 5/5

it was okay

separating the utter THOUSANDS of sprite fights on newgrounds into just "bad" or "good" i think this would be one of the better ones

this still doesn't break much ground considering its balls-of-the-walls SMBZfanboyish nature but its better than some of your previous submissions

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4.12 / 5.00

Mar 2, 2009
12:20 PM EST