This Super Mario World cartoon is a great tribute to Mama Luigi

It’s a blast from the past

Whenever someone brings up Super Mario World as a topic, I think back to the day when I received my Super Nintendo. In some cases, I reminisce about the cartoon based on the game since its cast brought us a great take on Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi.

While we’re on the topic of having a blast, Animator and Artist Andrew Dickman gathered over 227 people to reanimate the episode of Super Mario World called “Mama Luigi.” The project was made as a tribute to the show, along with being dedicated to Harvey Atkin (The Mario cartoon series’ King Koopa) and Tony Rosato (Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World’s Luigi).

Since everyone incorporated their own style into the piece, it was a nice seeing the episode in a new way. At the same time, you could tell that the team had fun with their assigned scene. On that note, it’s time for me to rewatch my favorite Mama Luigi Project parts.

[Disclosure: Jake Guevara and SorcererLance worked on The Mama Luigi Project. The author went to college with Jake and Lance. No relationships, professional or personal, were factored into this news post.]

Salvador G-Rodiles