Captain Olimar and his Lemmings-like team of Pikmin are returning soon for Pikmin 4.
I've identified with a lot of Dinosaur Comics strips, but I don't think any of them have ever spoken to me quite as much as the one where T-Rex talks about how Nintendo is the only corporation that he thinks of as a friend. As I've said before here at CA, I've spent more time with Mario than I have with most members of my own immediate family, and that's not a decision I regret. And if you have similar feelings and also love comics by amazingly talented young creators --- which I assume is why you're here in the first place --- then I've got something that you're probably going to want to check out. Zinetendo, a new full-color, 46-page zine devoted entirely to Nintendo's greatest hits, is available for pre-order now, and it's awesome. Check out some of my favorite pieces below!
Captain Olimar and his trusty followers are back in Nintendo's newly released animation, 'Pikmin Short Movies.'
The creator of Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong and The Legend of Zelda is going to debut an animated film by Nintendo starring Captain Olimar and his band of Pikmin.