Clean-Shaven ‘Mario’ Stripped Of His Eyebrows & Iconic Mustache Cannot Be Unseen
By Mikelle Leow, 14 May 2018
Video screenshot via Nintendo
Some people just look better with facial hair. Henry Cavill, for instance, should have kept his mustache as ‘Superman’ in Justice League—shaving it off using CGI reportedly cost Warner Bros US$25 million; not to mention, it wasn’t a very clean job either.
This time, another hero from the video game universe is giving internet a glimpse of his hairless face.
Twitter user ‘yourfavisbald2’, who specializes in removing the hair from the faces of cartoon and video game characters, has imagined Nintendo’s ‘Mario’ as clean-shaven and free from his eyebrows plus quintessential mustache.
If you ever wondered what ‘Mario’ would look like without facial hair, this image—which gained much online attention after being reposted by Twitter user ‘november17’—will satiate your curiosity. It’s certainly freaking some netizens out, with one even suggesting that the picture might launch World War III.
It’s an interesting make-under that’s probably not for everyone—but could the character’s naked face finally win the heart of ‘Princess Peach’?
Shaved Mario pic.twitter.com/JyfAHLC5oZ— Give me liberty or give me donuts (@november17) May 13, 2018
Oh snap Elmer Fudd is crossing over to nintendo pic.twitter.com/6U5KVgdLLn— 4Fans (@4FansMovie20) May 10, 2018
you've cursed me with this image— Ayub // ME | Avian (@avianmessiah) May 13, 2018
Why did they shave off the eyebrow hair is the question— Hashim Arain (@hashia93) May 13, 2018
Decided to draw some Mario hair pic.twitter.com/m3koYbBzKD— Darius Kazemi (@tinysubversions) May 13, 2018
This 1000% looks like when Ron Swanson shaved off his mustache https://t.co/xWq8aTSCnS— William McFadden (@willmcfadden) May 13, 2018
Looks like Phil Collins https://t.co/7WmSI5LRkP— James Tyler (@JamesTylerESPN) May 13, 2018
Teacher: Can you pinpointed what started World War 3?— Tyler O’Day (@tyleroday) May 13, 2018
Cursed image... But we can't stop looking... pic.twitter.com/lN9qWSWBgI— NRG Esports (@NRGgg) May 13, 2018
[via Twitter Moments, cover image via Nintendo]
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