Enter our next pair of Bleck minions. The chunkiest of the chunks, O'Chunks and mimic Mimi. "Eye" can see that Ol' Chunky boy has an "eye" for no one else but our tragic princess. Sorry this was so asking for a few bad puns. Does anyone even remember, the dude is cocked eyed, at least I've redeemed him by just making just one of his eyes jacked.
There were to many choices to choose from like: should I give O'Chunks a kilt, should I make Mimi more pixl like.. then I said oh screw it I'll explain more about these two when I get to their stories. Please don't be offended if Mimi didn't turn out the way most artists pictured her. Of course this is what is in my imagination and opinion. If there is any controversy I'll change it.
This took me all day, a girl artist's nightmare, facial hair! Of course this may seem like a small filler but sometimes that needs to be necessary. It wouldn't be a Super Paper Mario comic if the story stays serious without any comic relief.
Early designs for JUS versions of the main GTA protagonists, excluding the ones from Grand Theft Auto (PS1), GTA 2, Grand Theft Auto (Game Boy Advance) and Grand Theft Auto V (since this was made before the announcement of GTA V's protagonists) The missing ones are Unnamed Protagonist (GTA 1), Claude Speed (GTA 2, not to be confused with GTA III's protagonist), Mike (GTA Advance) and Michael, Trevor, and Franklin from GTA V.
Claude (Last name unknown, believed to be different from GTA 2's Claude Speed) is the main character of Grand Theft Auto III, the series' first 3D game.
Tommy Vercetti is the main character from Vice City, the second 3D installement.
Carl Johnson, "CJ", is the protagonist of San Andreas, the first to feature customizable clothing, swimming, sex (prostitutes or with girlfriends in the Hot Coffee mod), and currently the only one to have customizable body mass. (Working out makes you muscular, eating too much makes him fat). If you're wondering what the grey line on shirt is for, it separates his shirt from his underwear as CJ lets his pants hang low.
Niko Bellic, the protagonist of GTA IV, the first game to be released on next-gen consoles.
Huang Lee, Protagonist of Chinatown Wars, the first game on DS and later released for PSP, that introduced hotwiring and drug dealing minigames, as well as the first to use the original GTA overhead gameplay with 3D graphics.
Toni Cipriani from Liberty City Stories, the first GTA for PSP, later released for PS2, and is a prequel/spin-off to Grand Theft Auto III.
Victor Vance from Vice City Stories, a prequel/spin-off to Vice City. Similar to Liberty City Stories, it began on PSP and was later released for PS2.
Johnny Klebitz, originally a supporting character in GTA IV, but became protagonist in The Lost and Damned, a GTA IV spin-off that crosses over with the original game.
Luis Lopez, as with Johnny, he had a minor role in GTA IV, but appeared as the main character in The Ballad of Gay Tony, another spin-off og GTA IV that crosses over with both IV and The Lost and Damned.
Honestly I'm tired of hearing people bashing Sony for making PlayStation All-Stars. Yes, it's similar to Smash Bros, but the controls, gameplay, and method of earning victory are quite different. I'm a fan of both series and as a firm supporter of Nintendo and Sony, I believe that All-Stars could potentially become the next Smash Bros for Sony players everywhere. Just to show my support, I've thrown this together as an idea of what would happen if Sony and Nintendo collaborated on a game together. For Smash Bros, I only chose 1 character per series as the Nintendo side would overwhelm the picture. Anyway, enjoy the picture UPDATE: #1 Added characters: Kat & Dusty, Emmett Graves, R.O.B., Master Hand, Crazy Hand, Polygon Man #2 Added characters: Zeus, Isaac Clarke