Welcome back to Heart Container, where we share the very best of the Nintendo-themed internet. This month our YouTube Mailbag’s gone to the movies. We may be on the last of the big summer blockbusters, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a bit of the old picture show! Whether it’s a gritty take on Pokémon or a Zelda spaghetti western, there’s sure to be something to suit your tastes.
We’ve also been in touch with Jed Henry, the amazing artist behind the Ukiyo-e Heroes series that have been sweeping across the internet. Ever wanted to see what Samus and Link might look like as samurai warriors?Click to page five to see what we’re talking about.
Remember, if you’ve got something you would like to share with the rest of the site, hit us up with your submissions and we’ll include them in the next instalment of Heart Container. Just remember to put “Heart Container” in the subject line and include your username somewhere in the body of the email– we wouldn’t want your hard work to go uncredited (or get eaten by the evil spam robots), so make sure you tell us who you are! Alternatively, you can post your submission in the comments, but that kinda ruins the surprise! So remember: firstname.lastname@example.org, Heart Container in the subject line and your user name. We look forward to seeing what you’ve got for us!
Table of Contents:
Dojo Goes to the Movies
Page 2: Pokémon Apokélypse
Page 3: Pixels by Patrick Jean
Page 4: A Fist Full of Rupees
Page 5: Interview — Jed Henry: Ukiyo-e Heroes
Page 6: Marinko Milosevski — Nintendo Movie Posters
Page 7: Can Women Write About Technology? And Other Useless Questions.
Page 8: Film Crit Hulk Smash: WHAT MAKES A MOVIE GOOD?