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Compare out this fine artwork of the Grand Shatter Bros. Closing roster, drawn in traditional ‘Cuphead’ vogue

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Artist Daniel Cortes (@Dannycortoons) has accomplished a painstaking mission to depict your entire roster of Grand Shatter Bros. Closing in an supreme paying homage to 1930s animation, perhaps more in general veritably known as the “Rubber Hose” vogue, and only in the near past popularized by Studio MDHR’s platformer, Cuphead.

“After many months, and over 120 characters drawn, this is every single #SmashBrosUltimate persona in a mode inspired by #Cuphead #Rubberhose #1930sCartoons! All people appears to be like to be Here!” presented Cortes on Twitter. “Thank you guys so important for strengthen at some level of this mission, can’t wait to fragment more one day!”

The unbelievable image facets successfully over 100 characters, representing the entirety of the roster from Nintendo’s widespread fighting title, including alternate skins and Mii cosplay characters. From Mario to Jigglypuff, Sans to Valid Snake, Joker to Wii Match Trainer, “All people appears to be like to be Here” in this vivid and inspiring banner – an accurate who’s who of gaming.

Cortes has infamous that they are going to replace their artwork with Grand Shatter Bros. Closing‘s two final DLC characters when they are finally printed. In the meanwhile, accumulate pleasure from selecting out your favorite characters in the entire image. All people appears to be like to be not seemingly, but I like Wendy O. is my favorite here… or Fox McCloud… or Bayonetta… Or…

After many months, and over 120 characters drawn, this is every single #SmashBrosUltimate persona in a mode inspired by #Cuphead/ #Rubberhose/ #1930sCartoons!! All people appears to be like to be Here!! Thank you guys so important for strengthen at some level of this mission, can’t wait to fragment more one day! pic.twitter.com/tXErXZ0mpe

— Daniel Cortes (@DannyCortoons) April 16, 2021

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