The 'Shroom:Issue LXX/Music & Artwork
Welcome everyone to this month's edition of Music & Artwork! I'll start by revealing the Section of the month results. The winner of Section of the Month for the December issue is Stooben Rooben (talk), for his guest section "Christmas in the Key of 2012"! Congratulations, Stoob!
In addition, due to his permanent ban on the forums, Post-Damage Invincibility (talk) will no longer be writing Music Factoid. If you are interested in filling this new vacancy, or if you want to sign up for anything else, please send me a PM on the forums telling me that you are interested in the job.
Alright, that's all I have this month. Enjoy this month's issue.
Character Artwork of the Month (Rise Up Above It (talk))
Yes! Character Artwork this month goes to the simple Super Smash Bros. Brawl solo pic of the one and only Captain Falcon. Show him ya moves! Little explanation or rambling is required this month. Just sit back and admire/loathe his macho, macho manliness. (Apologies, this writer may have overdosed on Falcon Punch on their birthday)
Random Image of the Month (Paper Yoshi (talk))
Hello readers, and welcome to the January Issue of Random Image of the Month!
This month's Random Image comes from another Mario Party game, this time Mario Party 2, for the Nintendo 64. It shows Mario, Yoshi, Wario and Luigi playing the Battle minigame Day at the Races.
In Day at the Races, each player chooses a character to represent him or her on the race. The four characters available for players to pick are Whomp, Thwomp, Boo and Bob-omb, each one having their advantages and disadvantages. After the last player chooses his or her character, the race starts. The first one to reach the finish wins the race and the minigame.
This month, I bring you this sprite of the Scutlet boss from Mario and Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story! There are just those days when you feel like one of these has just sat on your brain. You can't get any work done, you don't know what to do, your creative block comes back after you've been so productive. I wish I had the cure for you, but I suffer from the same ailment. Maybe we need Mario and Luigi to just come and step on him. Many times.
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