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Vega’s V-day card to Sagat
I’m loving this Street Fighter series from Meghan. Speaking of Sagat, Fire Emblem: Awakening fans might appreciate this probably not real shot.
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Vega’s V-day card to Sagat

I’m loving this Street Fighter series from Meghan. Speaking of Sagat, Fire Emblem: Awakening fans might appreciate this probably not real shot.

BUY SSFIV 3D Edition, 25th Anniversary Collector's Set
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Bomberman Ryu & Sagat Goemon Shigeru Miyamoto & Balance Board

CubeDudes set by Pierre Import. I’ve seen a lot of these CubeDudes around lately, mostly Angus MacLane’s work, but few of the Lego Figures match Import’s Goemon masterpiece, which I would proudly display on my bookshelf. That’s saying a lot considering I’ve so far managed to keep my office toy-free, with the exception of my Maxwell Box Boy.

See also: Lego Entertainment System by Arkov

[Via Pierre Import]

Hidden Dhalsim on Street Fighter II Turbo cover.
Brandon Sheffield posted this on Insert Credit yesterday morning, and it is still blowing my mind. If you look closely, you’ll see a floating Dhalsim hidden behind Mr. Honda’s hundred-hand slap. Wow!
Other concealed details:
An extremely low ceiling hidden behind the logo, forcing E.Honda to squat and Sagat to stand all slanty
E. Honda’s junk hidden behind the picnic blanket
A lifetime full of disappointment from the people he once looked up to, hidden behind Sagat’s lonely, melancholy expression

Hidden Dhalsim on Street Fighter II Turbo cover.

Brandon Sheffield posted this on Insert Credit yesterday morning, and it is still blowing my mind. If you look closely, you’ll see a floating Dhalsim hidden behind Mr. Honda’s hundred-hand slap. Wow!

Other concealed details:

  • An extremely low ceiling hidden behind the logo, forcing E.Honda to squat and Sagat to stand all slanty
  • E. Honda’s junk hidden behind the picnic blanket
  • A lifetime full of disappointment from the people he once looked up to, hidden behind Sagat’s lonely, melancholy expression