“Bowsette” Takes Japan By Storm

If you’ve been out of the loop the past few days, you may not have noticed the massive influx of art depicting a female Bowser, dubbed “Bowsette” or “Bowserette” by fans. The concept originated in this twitter post by user ayyk92, showing Bowser taking advantage of the Super Crown from New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. The internet took the image and ran with it.

Most surprising, though, the design has found significant appeal with numerous mangaka, including Kotoyama (Dagashi Kashi), Coolkyoushinja (Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid) and even KuroseP (Goblin Slayer). Needless to say, the phenomenon is much bigger and much more than ayyk92 bargained for.

Below, you can check out the various mangaka and artists who’ve contributed to the fad.

Check it out!

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Twitter Artists Celebrate Hatsune Miku’s 10th Birthday

It’s Hatsune Miku’s 10th birthday today! Her software was officially released for the first time on August 31, 2007. In honor of her 10th anniversary, tons of artists are celebrating on Twitter by creating and posting adorable Miku art.

Take a look after the break! (More Miku art will be added throughout the day. Her celebration will most likely last all the way through tomorrow as well!)

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