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The Deliciously Nerdy Art of Beth Turnsek

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Good morning! You may recollect this adorable genderswapped Mario family, as it has been floating around the internet for a while now, since being brought to life by animation student Beth Turnsek. But yesterday Comics Alliance featured some more of her work, and we couldn’t resist pulling out even more for you to enjoy.

Speaking of adorable, here’s Tintin. What? Tintin wasn’t your first crush? Huh. Strange.

But Turnsek has had a take on many of our childhood favorites, including our childhood favorite ladies like Samus,

Jessie,

another Jessie,

And Mouse (from Reboot, you philistines).

Then, of course, there’s ponies.

I have to admit that recasting Bambi with Fluttershy is freakin’ inspired.

But lets round out the round up with some art history.

Wait, no, lets do it with a hilarious facial expression.

You can find even more like this at Turnsek’s DeviantArt page.

(via Comics Alliance.)

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