What if the world of Mario and Luigi actually existed? What if there was really an evil lizard looking thing called Bowser capturing princesses? What if you could actually slide down a pipe and go to another world?
Yea, I know all of this is far fetched, but have you ever thought that it could actually be real? Well Logan Zawacki has, and now he has physical proof to back up his studies.
Zawacki has published The Exacavation of Mushroom Island, showing historic and archaeological proof that shows all of the bad guys in Mushroom Kingdom were in fact real. Check out the full description of the book below:
What if there was physical proof that the Super Mario Bros mythology existed a long time ago on a lost chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean?
Would you believe this fictional universe once existed if there was tangible evidence to prove it did?
In 'The Excavation of Mushroom Island,' archaeologist Logan Zawacki and his team uncover the greatest archaeological discovery of the century and document their entire experience. This book comes complete with a detailed chronology of the cultures that inhabited the islands between the Arcadic Period and the Early Snesolithic Period, as well as detailed maps of the landscape and site locations of each marvelous find. There are over 30 documented fossils to view within this 76-page softcover book. Each fossil comes complete with a map of their locations, scientific names, dimensions, and informative comments provided by the lead researcher, Logan Zawacki.
The 'Excavation of Mushroom Island' combines fact with fiction, pop culture with science, and technology with art to create the illusion of a "real" Super Mario World.
Now this book was made back in 2009, and supposedly only had 100 copies produced. More than likely they are all gone as of now. But if you want to still try to get your hands on one, hit up Zawacki at [email protected], and maybe you can get your hands on a hardcover 11 x 13 inch copy!
Do you wish the world of Mario was real?