Everybody Gangster Until The Gangsters Show Up

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Seung Eun Kim directed The Boondocks series, and has also worked on projects like The Batman and the Thundercats reboot.

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You can see more of Kim’s stuff at his ArtStation page.


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Illustration: Seung Eun Kim
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Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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DISCUSSION

fauxbravo
Faux Bravo

This stuff is all insanely good.

I dunno if League of Legends knocks off other characters, other characters have knocked off League, or both. But that one group shot of League characters did messed up things to my mind.

At first I was like, “Wait, is Sagat blind? Does the Sekiro guy’s sword look like that? Was the monk in Diablo 3 always that sickly looking?”

A blind Muay Thai fighter seems awesome, but also maybe not so fitting in that setting? I dunno, I haven’t seen the character roster in, like, eight years, so I’m sure there’s all kinds of crazy stuff in the game now.