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Nicolas Cage is every Pokemon

2:00 AM on 03.22.2013

Tony Ponce

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I'd like to take Squirtle's face... OFF!


Iwata claims that this is the Year of Luigi, but I'm starting to think it's the Year of Nicolas Cage. First came that Majora's Mask texture hack that slaps his mug on every surface imaginable, and now comes this new tumblr that promises to place the chocolate cake-craving maniac in the role of all 151 first-generation Pokémon. It's the simplest thing to just quickly doodle a critter, erase its face, then replace it with sweet Cage-y goodness, but the results are oh so tasty.

Only the first 16 Pokés have been finished thus far. If the blog becomes popular enough, the artist promises to go beyond the original 151 and all the way through to the Pokémon X / Y cast -- once they are finally revealed of course.

Nic Cage's Face On All 151 1st Generation Pokemon [tumblr]


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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