Say your goodbyes to your childhood with these 15 illustrations of your favourite cartoons.

Bid farewell to your favourite video game and “comics characters.” You’ll experience a lot of nostalgia, but you’ll also be amazed by their extraordinary revivals, thanks to the artist Tohad.

Sylvain Sarrailh, better known as Tohad, has created anime-like paintings based on well-known characters from “cartoons,” computer games, and children’s movies. In addition to his own style, the French “artist” used aspects from cult films by directors such as Stanley Kubrick and Quentin Tarantino.These 15 photos will pique your attention if you’ve ever wondered what your favourite childhood cartoons would look like in new films.

#1Evolution of Pokémon

Futurama’s Guardians

Is there anyone who can beat Sub-Zero? Except…

Bid farewell to your favourite video game and “comics characters.” You’ll experience a lot of nostalgia, but you’ll also be amazed by their extraordinary revivals, thanks to the artist Tohad.

Bowser the actual deal

In this town, there are no two cowboys alike.

I dislike smiling for no reason.

When you get back to Earth,

For a dangerous investigation

The mushroom’s queen

Fury Mate and Mad McQueen

What happened between Hiccup and Toothless in reality?

X was used to create this luminous material.

Kong reimagined as a Saiyan

Exploring is a difficult task.

The Teletubbies’ radioactive origin

Bid farewell to your favourite video game and “comics characters.” You’ll experience a lot of nostalgia, but you’ll also be amazed by their extraordinary revivals, thanks to the artist Tohad. Sylvain Sarrailh, better known as Tohad, has created anime-like paintings based on well-known characters from “cartoons,” computer games, and children’s movies. In addition to his own style, the French “artist” used aspects from cult films by directors such as Stanley Kubrick and Quentin Tarantino.These 15 photos will pique your attention if you’ve ever wondered what your favourite childhood cartoons would look like in new films.

Bid farewell to your favourite video game and “comics characters.” You’ll experience a lot of nostalgia, but you’ll also be amazed by their extraordinary revivals, thanks to the artist Tohad.