Don’t trip and Mario Kart, plumbers.
The Super Mario Bros.: Archaeology in the Mushroom Kingdom game was wildly unsuccessful in the States.
“Yoshisaurus” shows the fossilized remains of a faithful sidekick. Don’t worry, in a few years we’ll clone him and start up a giant, Mario theme park island.
You need people like me. You need people like me so you can point your fingers and say, ‘That’s the bad guy.’
This awesome Super Mario Bros. tee shows the King Koopa, in all his villainy. Make way for the bad guy. There’s a bad guy comin’ through.
No one knew the extent of Bowser’s nuclear capabilities until it was too late.
“Mushroom Kingdom End Times” shows the Super Mario Bros. apocalypse with nuclear bob-ombs(edit: bullet bills) dropping and a soon-to-be-extinct Yoshi. It’s the day the Nintendo calendar stops.
Christmas is about more than just presents. It’s also about getting a day off to sip hot cocoa and play video games.
The “Gamer Holiday Sweater” tee shows a festive 8-bit Nintendo pattern complete with Mario Claus and fire flowers under the tree.
Little known fact: Prince Adam also runs a moderately successful plumbing business.
“Masters of the Kingdom” by Brinkerhoff shows He-Man as Super Mario entering Castle Grayskull after completing a level. Eternia looks good in 8-bit.
There it is; the holy grail of Nintendo comics. Where gamers were introduced to their champion. So popular, he became the first plumber to star in his own video game and many more after that.
“The Last Plumber of Krypton” shows the first appearance of Super Mario a la Superman in Action Comics #1.
Some people are just born with an innate sense of patriotism. They never worry at all and seem to live for this very moment. This is the type of person you want in your flight crew. Someone who’s ready to open the doors and ride to glory like a cowboy.
“Love The Bomb” by Alvarejo shows Super Mario sitting on a Bullet Bill waving his cowboy hat reminiscent of Slim Pickens in Dr. Strangelove. The chain reaction will be devastating for the Mushroom Kingdom, but the scene will live forever.