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ShroomZed last won the day on April 4 2016

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    Sonic, Mario, platformers ,Drawing and writing, Disney theme parks, animals, biology, Geology, elements, rocks & minerals, Earth, atoms, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Stars, Galaxies, Planets, other celestial objects, Nuclear Fusion, Nuclear Fission, Nuclear Reactors, movies, cartoons, drawings, weather, locomotives, cars, planes, boats, model trains, other junk

    Mainly being anal-retentive about everything I like
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  1. Mario tells you that drugs will send you to hell before you die and Sonic tells you about the horror of clothes dryers. Video Game characters are pretty horrible at making PSAs. 

    1. Kiah


      Lol. Some of Sonic's PSAs were good. And by "some", I mean "not that many".

  2. The 2030s will be the 2010s nostalgia decade, remember that. All your favourite memes will be coming back then since that's all we got 

    1. Dee Dude

      Dee Dude

      To be fair, the 2010s are a disappointment. Technology, gaming and what not aside, is anything truly amazing coming out of it? 

    2. ShroomZed


      No. Even entertainment wise it feels like everything is a reboot or revamp of something. That's why I said memes are pretty much all we have, and it's sad. 

    3. Forte-Metallix


      So in the 2030s, Mighty No. 9 will get a revival?

    4. ShroomZed


      hell yeah man 



      remember when bubsy got rebooted? those were the days

      whoa bubsy reboot is getting rebooted

    6. Kiah


      Please spare me. I don't want to think about the 2030s as I'll be in my 50s...

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    This is based on something I saw on Sonic Retro a while back and I expanded on it a bit, since I think it's a good quick demonstration of how large classic Sonic levels can be based on how they work. Notice how even that path at the top splits into two based on if you make a jump onto that cool loop thing. 

  4. I think the animators of SatAM watched a bit of Ren & Stimpy before making this 

  5. I remember someone on DeviantArt a while back saying that they thought the AoStH universe actually didn't exist and was just tall tales told by people in the Fleetway universe for comedy. It would explain the extremely surreal nature of it and the similarity of some of the designs between the two universes. I don't know if I follow that myself but it's an interesting interpretation.
  6. what did you think when Tails and Sally were onscreen at the same time?
  7. Well to be fair the Western stuff loved to toy with the idea.
  8. Now this isn't a total misconception since depending on what you look at it's semi true, but through my whole childhood I was always under the impression that Sonic was a total and utter cunt. I never played much Sonic as a child so I wasn't really exposed to the actual more nice-guy persona Sonic had in games and X at the time I grew up. It probably didn't help that StC, which was one of the first Sonic things I got used to pretty much confirmed that for me. Eh.
  9. Alright, it was only a matter of time before someone went through the early StC issues
  10. Yeah Sonic looked really strange through that whole time.
  11. Have I ever talked about how much of a fan I am of that weird mouth they would give Knuckles in the European art? Seriously I always loved it. 


    1. Depression Kong

      Depression Kong

      As painfully average as Elson's art was in the Sonic 3 arc (imo it wasn't 'till the Sonic & Knuckles arc that his art started getting really good), Knuckles looked fantastic in most panels.

  12. Ah, thanks for telling me that. I was always very fond of that Knuckles art, especially that stilted smile that Richard Elson used for a while too. 

    1. ShroomZed


      *stilted frown, really. 

  13. Also very quickly this gem has to be shown Sonic and Robotnik are both looking poorly here but the fuck is up with Tails? He doesn't even remotely fit in, and his muzzle looks squeezed out like taffy.
  14. I think I'm gonna like this topic. Let's get this obvious one out of the way His spines are bloody toothpicks, his nose looks like it was sat on, and his shoes look squashed also. Also the nike smile always looked completely awful in 3D art. Here's another strange one to me at least: The US Sonic 3 box art The reason? I don't believe this was drawn by Greg Martin. It doesn't look like his normal style at all. All of Sonic's US features are greatly exaggerated, his muzzle looks more vertically compressed, his pupils are more of a contrasted size than usual, his limbs look thicker, and his body is more round. Who made this art anyway? I can't find out who did this one. Speaking of Sonic 3, here's another odd one This is another one with a mystery artist, and I've never seen anything else with Sonic drawn in this style. The spines actually resemble a mohawk more than most western art, and he looks like a combination of western and Asian style. I actually like that Knuckles in the corner though. More European stuff: This is the French comic Sonic Adventures. Sonic has the mohawk but looks better than in the DiC cartoons, Amy has the StC spine style and Robotnik looks like AostH except with more round eyes and the cone part is less exaggerated. Last one I'll post right now. Because this one is hilarious looking Comes from that old Sonic 1 manga. Fangs aside, Archie wasn't the first printed media to just put Sonic's face on a spinning ball to simulate the rolling attack. To be fair, the rolling attack is drawn more normally in the rest of it. Yeah, I know all these were relatively tame compared to some of the shit out there (that will inevitably make it into this topic) but these are strange.
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    1. Kiah


      Oh geez who pissed him off?!

      Nice work as always :)