“Super Mario Acquiantences,” by Stephanie O’Donnell and Crispin Weatherall

Apr 20th, 2008 | By | Category: Visuals

Artwork by Stephanie O’Donnell

Script by Crispin Weatherall


Born and raised in New York, Stephanie O’Donnell created the character “Poley Polarity” when she was 10 years old. At age 15, she had the character copyrighted on the advice of her father, a full time artist who also was interested in cartooning in his youth. Recently, Stephanie has developed her characters into the comic strip “The Original Nutty Funsters”, which ran during the 2004 summer edition of the K-State Collegian. Bill Watterson’s “Calvin and Hobbes” is at the top of her list of major influences.

Crispin Weatherall  is some guy living somewhere up north. He is keenly aware of the relationship between Mario and Luigi and hopes the rest of the world doesn’t make this same mistake.

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