Spy x Family Fan Art Gives Forgers a 90s Makeover

Four new pieces of fan art reimagine Spy x Family in the aesthetic of old-school 1990s anime, and the results are absolutely adorable.

Some new and adorable pieces of Spy x Family fan art reimagines the action-comedy series in the style of retro anime.

The images, which were posted to Twitter by independent artist @hanavbara, feature several iconic scenes from Spy x Family, including the moment Anya excitedly discovers her adoptive parents are a super spy and assassin, in an art style similar to anime series released in the 1990s like Toei Animation. Sailor Moon. The aesthetic incorporates more intense and vibrant colors and cartoonish features on the characters.

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The artist’s Instagram shows more Spy x Family fan art in that 90s style. The account also has fan art for other anime titles like Pokemon and Howl’s Howl’s Moving Castle and western animation like Totally spies.

Based on the popular manga series of the same name by Tatsuya Endo, which has sold over 18 million copies worldwide at the time of writing, the Spy x Family The series debuted last month as part of the Spring 2022 anime season. Produced by CloverWorks (Fate/Grand Order – Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia) and WitStudio (Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song), the story follows the often wacky adventures of the Forger family: Loid Forger, a surprisingly empathetic super spy, Yor, a caring but absent-minded young woman who is actually a deadly assassin, and Anya, a young girl who can read in thoughts. While the series is full of action and intrigue, Spy x Family also offers a myriad of wholesome family moments.

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the the anime is directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi (Rurouni Kenshin) and stars Atsumi Tanezaki (How not to summon a demon lord) as Anya, Saori Hayami (Jujutsu Kaisen) like Yor and Takuya Eguchi (Ranking of kings) as Loid. The English dub, which began airing on April 16, features the voice talents of Alex Organ (my hero academia), Natalie Van Sistine (Girls Frontline) and Megan Shipman (Dr Stone) like counterfeiters.

Recently, fast-fashion brand Uniqlo announced a special collection based on Spy x Family. Starting June 3, four special t-shirts depicting the anime will be available at company stores. Additionally, a fan book for the series was recently released; it features guest artwork from top manga artists like The attack of the Titansis Hajime Isayama and blue exorcistThis is Kazue Kato.

Spy x Family is available to stream on Hulu and Crunchyroll.

Source: Twitter

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