I posted a set of images by Jed Henry a while ago he continues to create more and more and this one of Samus fighting Mother Brain is very cool.
Via Jed Henry
I like this image of Samus exhausted after fighting the good fight by Filippo Morini.
Portrait of an exhausted Samus Aranundressing from her combat armor.
I think that it could have been a good front cover for the japanese version of Super Metroid for SNES.
This image by Jason Cheng is awesome! There really isn’t much else to say on the matter.
One of the most iconic scenes of the original Transformers TV show was the battle between Optimus Prime and Megatron on top of the Hoover Dam. Artist NinjaInk whose work I’ve posted here before has recreated this scene by replacing the main characters with samurai armour.
You can buy this T-Shirt from RedBubble for £16. This isn’t the first time I’ve posted a Transformers Samurai crossover, although the style here is completely different to the one in the image I posted by creatureBox.
Update: I should have skimmed through NinjaInks gallery before posting this, I’ve found a similar image with Snake Eyes and whoever the white ninja in Cobra was from G.I.Joe/Action Force:
I did say yesterday that I had seen a couple of images on NinjaInk’s page that I wanted to blog, here are some Nouveau images of classic kids TV shows (and Samus from Metroid and I think a Twilight Zone inspired one) each image links to the deviant art page for the image.
Wow, at first glance I’ll have to admit I thought this was an Optimus Prime/Knight Sabre Cross over (I’ll have to Google to see if that exists later) but no it’s an Optimus Prime/Samus Arran cross over.
The Japanese says Metoroido Puraimu (Metroid Prime).
The Image is by *ninjaink and is called Metroid Prime over at Deviant Art. I’ve got a few more images in my drafts by *ninjaink that I want to post, unfortunately I don’t have the time to sift thought them now and add them to this post.
I want this Metroid Beanie, available at splitreason for $15.95 USD, I’ve had very little exposure to the Metroid franchise, but I love the mythology behind it and I really want to get a copy of Super Metroid to play it. I had a walkthrough of Super Metroid in an old issue of Nintendo Power that I obsessively read when I was a kid, that was almost like playing the game…