Californian Artist Kenzie Lamar created this. Nothing new in particular but gay attributes and Mario just go together so very well.
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Self claimed video game subculture mag Foul Magazine recently ran a cover story with an interview with adult film actor (who came up with this term anyway, as if these were the only films adults watch) Ron Jeremy dressed up as Mario.
I am sure this is the most disturbing interpretation of Mario in this blog so far. The interview turns out to be mildly entertaining, though it can feel a little uncomfortable to learn about Jeremy’s precocious and self satisfied views on life in general.
Did you ever wonder about what Mario & Luigi are doing during their time off? They can’t be chasing Bowser and his comrades 24/7 and must have some reputation throughout the Kingdom. Seriously. Just think about “Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga” and remember how excited all the non-player characters got when they met Mario.
Well, Japanese illustrator Goujin Ishihara (1923-1998) did think about the two boys as well and considering his research results it’s hard to understand why everyone only remembers Mario. I know, saving the Princess again and again is an achievement but looking at these pictures gives me the impression that Luigi is able to make quite an impact on some people as well. Never thought of him as such a ladies’ man.
Check out the full set of pictures here.
Credits go to Patrick Macias on whose blog I found this.
To give this kind of character re-inventing a new quality artist Handre De Jager came up with an extremely disgusting version of the plumber duo. I have not seen anything like this before and all I can say is: plain brilliant! Please notice Mario´s massive bulge.
A comic (in japanese as well) by the same artist apparently. We tried to understand the words once, by using the google translator, but still where not able to follow the story too well. The translation programm called the two Luis-Child and Mali-Man though, what I liked a lot. Maybe it´s their real names. Let the pictures speak for themselves (I would love to wear such a frogg-suit once in a while, maybe if I decide to get married it wood be a good opportunity).
I highly recommend this site for further investigation because it is an amazing place filled with all sorts of mushroom kingdom related comics and keen interpretations of it´s characters.
To kick off the plumber place I decided to go with some of my favorite interpretations of Mario & Luigi. Check out the full size images on this site. Unfortunately the whole thing is written in Japanese so I don’t have any information regarding the artist but there is a lot of other stuff to check out as well (which I mostly don’t get).