History Franchise / SuperMarioBros

11th Feb '18 5:53:57 PM nombretomado
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*** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBrosSpecial'' ([[PC88 PC-8801]], [=X1=])

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*** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBrosSpecial'' ([[PC88 ([[UsefulNotes/PC88 PC-8801]], [=X1=])
9th Feb '18 1:01:12 PM Chasem
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* {{Animesque}}: {{Inverted|trope}}. The characters are designed in a Western cartoon style similar to UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, and are always voiced in English in the games whenever they speak intelligibly. Many people easily forget that ''Super Mario'' is a Japanese series.
1st Feb '18 6:02:22 AM Hafumanroblox
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Of course, Mario hasn't completely limited himself to the realm of video games. ''Donkey Kong'', featuring the titular ape and Mario, was one of the main recurring segments in the Saturday morning cartoon show ''WesternAnimation/SaturdaySupercade'', in which Donkey Kong was a performer in a circus owned by Mario, but he ran away and Mario pursues him to bring him back. More significantly, Mario and Luigi appeared in ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'', with live-action linking segments featuring the brothers as plumbers in Brooklyn and cartoons that showed them in the world of the games. The secondary ThemeSong for the cartoons explains that they "found the secret WarpZone while working on the drain" which is how they got to the Mushroom Kingdom from Brooklyn. Interestingly, none of the television shows are technically 'canon', inasmuch as the games have that anyway, though it has affected some {{fanon}}. This might be related to the irony that there's never been a show made of it in the country of origin, aside from the obscure theatrical anime ''Anime/TheGreatMissionToSavePrincessPeach''. There was also a [[VideoGameMoviesSuck critically-panned]] [[Film/SuperMarioBros motion picture]], where Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular brothers faced off against Dennis Hopper as Koopa, a hyperevolved dinosaur from AnotherDimension, intent on rejoining his own, mostly desolate world with ours. In addition, ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' was notable for being previewed in the Fred Savage film ''Film/TheWizard'', whose climactic scene involved an autistic child playing several levels of the game in a competition. Nintendo announced in 2017 that it will be collaborating with Creator/IlluminationEntertainment to produce an animated ''Super Mario Bros.'' movie.

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Of course, Mario hasn't completely limited himself to the realm of video games. ''Donkey Kong'', featuring the titular ape and Mario, was one of the main recurring segments in the Saturday morning cartoon show ''WesternAnimation/SaturdaySupercade'', in which Donkey Kong was a performer in a circus owned by Mario, but he ran away and Mario pursues him to bring him back. More significantly, Mario and Luigi appeared in ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'', with live-action linking segments featuring the brothers as plumbers in Brooklyn and cartoons that showed them in the world of the games. The secondary ThemeSong for the cartoons explains that they "found the secret WarpZone while working on the drain" which is how they got to the Mushroom Kingdom from Brooklyn. Interestingly, none of the television shows are technically 'canon', inasmuch as the games have that anyway, though it has affected some {{fanon}}. This might be related to the irony that there's never been a show made of it in the country of origin, aside from the obscure theatrical anime ''Anime/TheGreatMissionToSavePrincessPeach''. There was also a [[VideoGameMoviesSuck critically-panned]] [[Film/SuperMarioBros motion picture]], where Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular brothers faced off against Dennis Hopper as Koopa, a hyperevolved dinosaur from AnotherDimension, intent on rejoining his own, mostly desolate world with ours. In addition, ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' was notable for being previewed in the Fred Savage film ''Film/TheWizard'', whose climactic scene involved an autistic child playing several levels of the game in a competition. Nintendo announced in 2017 2018 that it will be collaborating with Creator/IlluminationEntertainment to produce an animated ''Super Mario Bros.'' movie.
20th Jan '18 10:34:36 PM rjd1922
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20th Jan '18 10:31:29 PM rjd1922
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*** ''VideoGame/MinionQuestTheSearchForBowser'' (a game bundled with the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS remake)

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*** ''VideoGame/MinionQuestTheSearchForBowser'' (a game bundled with bonus mode in the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS remake)
6th Jan '18 12:56:28 PM HarpieSiren
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* TokenHuman: Most of the characters in the series are non-human creatures. Oftentimes the only re-occurring human characters are Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Wario, Waluigi and Rosalina, and even the latter five [[AmbiguouslyHuman have their exact species questioned]] at times.

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* TokenHuman: Most of the characters in the series are non-human creatures. Oftentimes the only re-occurring human characters are Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Wario, Waluigi and Rosalina, and even the latter five [[AmbiguouslyHuman have their exact species questioned]] at times.Rosalina.
26th Dec '17 4:10:46 PM nombretomado
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** The DiC cartoons vary between being InNameOnly and Recognizable Adaptations.

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** The DiC [=DiC=] cartoons vary between being InNameOnly and Recognizable Adaptations.
17th Dec '17 5:38:37 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Anime/SuperMariosFireBrigade''
16th Nov '17 10:03:02 AM Theriocephalus
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* MushroomHouse: The series has had the [[MushroomMan mushroom-like Toads]] residing in Mushroom Houses since ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3''. When you visit them, especially in the platformers, you often receive an item for your adventure or play a minigame. This aspect isn't as prevalent in the [=RPGs=], although these still feature Toad Town as a collection of either giant mushrooms carved into houses or houses deliberately built to look like mushrooms.
14th Nov '17 7:15:53 PM DG89
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Of course, Mario hasn't completely limited himself to the realm of video games. ''Donkey Kong'', featuring the titular ape and Mario, was one of the main recurring segments in the Saturday morning cartoon show ''WesternAnimation/SaturdaySupercade'', in which Donkey Kong was a performer in a circus owned by Mario, but he ran away and Mario pursues him to bring him back. More significantly, Mario and Luigi appeared in ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'', with live-action linking segments featuring the brothers as plumbers in Brooklyn and cartoons that showed them in the world of the games. The secondary ThemeSong for the cartoons explains that they "found the secret WarpZone while working on the drain" which is how they got to the Mushroom Kingdom from Brooklyn. Interestingly, none of the television shows are technically 'canon', inasmuch as the games have that anyway, though it has affected some {{fanon}}. This might be related to the irony that there's never been a show made of it in the country of origin, aside from the obscure theatrical anime ''Anime/TheGreatMissionToSavePrincessPeach''. There was also a [[VideoGameMoviesSuck critically-panned]] [[Film/SuperMarioBros motion picture]], where Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular brothers faced off against Dennis Hopper as Koopa, a hyperevolved dinosaur from AnotherDimension, intent on rejoining his own, mostly desolate world with ours. In addition, ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' was notable for being previewed in the Fred Savage film ''Film/TheWizard'', whose climactic scene involved an autistic child playing several levels of the game in a competition. Nintendo announced in 2017 that it will be collaborating with Creator/IlluminationEntertainment to produce an animated ''Super Mario'' movie.

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Of course, Mario hasn't completely limited himself to the realm of video games. ''Donkey Kong'', featuring the titular ape and Mario, was one of the main recurring segments in the Saturday morning cartoon show ''WesternAnimation/SaturdaySupercade'', in which Donkey Kong was a performer in a circus owned by Mario, but he ran away and Mario pursues him to bring him back. More significantly, Mario and Luigi appeared in ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'', with live-action linking segments featuring the brothers as plumbers in Brooklyn and cartoons that showed them in the world of the games. The secondary ThemeSong for the cartoons explains that they "found the secret WarpZone while working on the drain" which is how they got to the Mushroom Kingdom from Brooklyn. Interestingly, none of the television shows are technically 'canon', inasmuch as the games have that anyway, though it has affected some {{fanon}}. This might be related to the irony that there's never been a show made of it in the country of origin, aside from the obscure theatrical anime ''Anime/TheGreatMissionToSavePrincessPeach''. There was also a [[VideoGameMoviesSuck critically-panned]] [[Film/SuperMarioBros motion picture]], where Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular brothers faced off against Dennis Hopper as Koopa, a hyperevolved dinosaur from AnotherDimension, intent on rejoining his own, mostly desolate world with ours. In addition, ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' was notable for being previewed in the Fred Savage film ''Film/TheWizard'', whose climactic scene involved an autistic child playing several levels of the game in a competition. Nintendo announced in 2017 that it will be collaborating with Creator/IlluminationEntertainment to produce an animated ''Super Mario'' Mario Bros.'' movie.
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