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James Farr

  1. The Saga Is Complete With Super Smash Wars: Return of the Hero Part 2

    This is the only time anything Slippy says will amuse you.

    We can't get enough of Super Smash Wars, but this is going to have to do, because its reference-fueled brilliance has finally reached the end of the original Star Wars trilogy. Of course, it could go on and do the prequel movies, but who wants that? Actually, I do. It would be better than the real prequel movies.

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  2. Super Smash Wars 3: Return of the Hero Part One Is the Best of Two Worlds

    Oh no! How are they going to get Mario-Han out of carbonite?

    We've written about a few of James Farr's brilliant mashup cartoons in the past, and I think every time we say that the one we're writing about is our new favorite one, but this is our new favorite one. Farr's back with another installment of his Super Smash Wars series combining Nintendo and Star Wars. A+, Mr. Farr.

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  3. “Blink To The Future” Is The Doctor Who/Back To The Future Mash-Up You Never Knew You Needed

    I'm not saying they use K-9 as a hoverboard, but they totally do.

    James Farr - the same guy who's making those incredible Star Wars/Nintendo mash-ups we've been bringing you - has created the best Saturday Morning Cartoon ever: a timey-wimey gigawatty blast where Doctor Who meets Back To The Future. Basically, Rory is Marty McFly and the TARDIS gets DeLorean'd.

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  4. The Super Smash Wars Sequel Brings Together The Empire Strikes Back and Nintendo [Video]

    The Empire Smashes Back is widely regarded as the best episode by fans.

    Nintendo fans probably need a potion to fill up their hearts today after official confirmation that the Wii U is flopping incredibly hard. Luckily, Super Smash Wars 2: The Empire Smashes Back came out today, and it's got enough Nintendo/Star Wars references to make you forget Nintendo's current struggles. For a little while.

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  5. When You Cross Ninja Turtles and Super Mario You Get Teenage Mutant Koopa Troopas, and It’s Great

    Plus Daisy O'Neil, Luigi Jones, and more.

    YouTuber James Farr has taken two beloved franchises and put them together in this lovely animation. By combining Super Mario Bros. with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Farr gives us a look at something like the alternate 1985 from Back to the Future II, but with less gambling and fewer mommy issues.

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  6. Rory is Marty McFly in This Doctor Who/Back to the Future Animated Mash-Up

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Animator/writer James Farr isn't the first to mash-up the sci-fi, time traveling epics that are Doctor Who and Back to the Future but he certainly puts an interesting spin on it. In this clip, The Doctor is Doc, Rory is Marty, and Amy is Jennifer. Farr writes, "Somewhere in the jaw-dropping vastness of the multi-verse, I like to think that this cartoon plays at 7am every Saturday morning." Now I'm thinking that too. (via Companions of the Doctor) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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