Japanese fan artists and cosplayers give their best versions of the Bowsette meme.

If you're into video games, you may have noticed that your Twitter feed for the past couple of days has been dominated by artwork of a sexy hybrid of Nintendo's Bowser and Princess Peach. While many are familiar by now, here's a quick refresher course on the origin of the meme. In the port of New Super Mario Bros. Wii U for the Nintendo Switch, Toadette can use an item called the Super Crown that transforms her into a more human-looking character called Peachette, like so:

Twitter user and artist @ayyk92 then humorously posed the question, "What if Bowser used the Super Crown?" in a comic.

Shortly after, fans embraced the new feminine humanoid Bowser as "Bowsette", and she has quickly turned into every fan artist's new favorite subject, as well as an internet-dominating meme.

Spreading like wildfire, Bowsette has now become a hot topic on Japanese Twitter, where she is referred to as Princess Koopa, or Koopa-hime (クッパ姫). Loads of talented Japanese fan artists, and even cosplayers, have taken to Twitter to give their creative take on the internet's newly crowned princess, and some of them are truly impressive! Here are a collection of standouts. You can search for more using the hashtag "クッパ姫", but be forewarned--many of the results are NSFW and branch into flat out pornographic depictions of the Bowser/Peach hybrid, although you likely didn't need warning to figure that out!


By - Big Neko.