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Bill Mudron Really Punches the Coins Out of Nintendo and ‘Doctor Who’ Characters

Bill Mudron not only has the hottest in-development graphic novel about Nintendo’s history that we’re currently looking forward to. He also has an impressive portfolio of fan artwork based on characters from Catwoman and Amy Pond from Doctor Who to Mega Man and Altair from Assassin’s Creed.
A “Peanuts”-styled take on Arrested Development and a Biblically inspired picture of the creation of The Simpsons appear in a gallery of work Mudron has posted on He uses thick, animated, and very intentional lines, and even more impressive is his ability to modulate between sparse, animation-friendly designs and much more detailed, textured pieces like his portrait of Link from The Legend of Zelda. You’ll even find a mural in there that he did for the Hudson Entertainment offices, which just goes to show that he’s got the respect of the makers of Bomberman behind him.

Check out the highlight reel of our favorite creations in Mudron’s stockpile below.

[Via io9]

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