Vegeta as Sonic, Vanilla Ice as Sub-Zero, Rocket Raccoon as Bradley Cooper, BossLogic cannot be stopped

From beautiful to comical, BossLogic is at it again with more fighting game crossover art

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • March 8, 2019 at 6:15 p.m. PST

It's always a good day when new creations from BossLogic pop up, and we've rounded up a handful of his more recent art pieces to share with you.

We could spend some time trying to qualify his talents, but the Australian artist recently got a shout out from actor Jake Gyllenhaal during an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for one of his pieces involving the Spider-Man: Far From Home star.

We're used to Boss doing more in the way of extremely realistic renditions of appropriate actors as fighting game characters, but things are a bit more on the comedic side today.

The new Sonic animated film has been receiving a ton of negative press thanks to the first visuals of the speedy hedgehog, but we can all agree that Boss' solution is a perfect fix as he places Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta's face over Sonic's.

My personal favorite might be the Rocket Raccoon replacing IRL Bradley Cooper (the actor who voiced Rocket in both Guardians of the Galaxy films) on the cover of A Star is Born. Also, who better than Vanilla Ice to play Sub-Zero?

Give the gallery a look through and let us know which image was your personal favorite, and why, in the comments.

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