SMG4: If Mario Was In... Anime is the twenty-eighth episode of Season 11 and the six hundred and thirty-fifth overall to be uploaded by SMG4.
It is an episode related to the Genesis Arc. It was aired on August 7th, 2021.
- 1 Synopsis
- 2 Plot
- 3 Characters
- 4 Continuity
- 5 Error
- 6 Deaths
- 7 Music Used
- 8 Trivia
Mario goes to the weeb side.
Note: Italic sections means that it's not an anime
While walking in New Donk City, a garbage bin was thrown at Mario. Hearing Axol's wailing from his apartment, Mario barged in to discover that Axol is lamenting over his broken Inkweaver, and without it has lost the title of the world's greatest anime artist. Axol then decided to add an extension to his Inkweaver to find his missing tip, with Mario searching for it, travelling across different worlds.
Dragon Ball Z
Goku accidentally crashed into Mario, and, disgusted by looking at his buttocks, decided to fight him, forcing Mario to fight back. Goku transformed into Mastered Ultra Dripstinct and used his final attack, he unleashed his Spirit Bomb, but the move took several months that Mario got bored and left.
Mario interrupted Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha's standoff, the video moves on before the two say the f-word in confusion.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Mario's journey was threatened by Michael Jackson, until Tanjiro Kamado arrived to face him in a dance-off. Gradually, Mario decided to join in on the fun.
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (aka YuGiOh)
Mario encountered Hugh Neutron, challenging him in a duel, where he would go to the Shadow Realm if he lost. As Mario taunted him however, Hugh released Carl Wheezer to finish him.
In a musical number, Mario aided Monkey D. Luffy and his crew to find treasure. Once they found the treasure, Mario stole it, but was captured by Luffy to be executed by going off the plank.
Mario died of bleach poisoning after he idiotically drank it.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Dio Brando went on a power abuse spree, unfotunately, his powers did not work on Mario. What was thought to be a finishing move turns out to be a dance when Mario turned on the radio, letting Dio join in, with the ending tagline stating that they became friends.
Mario was given the Death Note by Ryuk, who later used it on everybody he hated, until he became a victim of it after he was tricked into writing his own name when Mario (voiced by Lou Albano) supposedly taunted him on television while promoting The Super Mario Bros. Super Show.
In a Shinto temple, Mario was spooked by Kaonashi, to who he later shot dead.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Mario learned that he had powers to control fire, earth, water, and air. However, when he tried the fire technique, he accidentally set himself ablaze, causing him to summon water, in which a tsunami was called in, washing away a Japanese city in the process.
Mario found himself in the Internet Graveyard, where he finally found the missing tip, used as a door stopper by SMG3. As he spotted him stealing it, he escaped unscathed back into Axol's apartment, where he could finally fix his Inkweaver. Now with his Inkweaver fixed, he could now draw again. Mario suggested that he draw an anime penguin, where it came into life, dancing, and Mario and Axol joined in.
- Jojo Mario
- Naruto Uzumaki
- Sasuke Uchiha
- Michael Jackson
- Hugh Neutron
- Carl Wheezer
- Monkey D. Luffy
- Straw Hat Crew
- Roronoa Zoro
- Dio Brando
- Big Chungus
- Noriaki Kakyoin
- Joseph Joestar
- Muhammad Avdol
- Jean Pierre Polnareff
- Garfield (as Jojo Mario's Stand)
- Peach Toadstool
- Heavy Weapons Guy
- Lou Albano's Mario
- Fuego the Water Bottle
- Dwayne Johnson
- Toph Beifong
- The Penguin (Club Penguin)
- The YouTube Arc: This video takes place after the events of this arc:
- SMG4: The Day HE Arrived.: Sequel to this episode.
- At 2:07, Axol says, "The critics think Two Piece is a joke," but the subtitles say "thing" instead of "think".
- The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Avatar: The Last Airbender aren't animes, though the former was likely included as a joke, and was a parody of Yu-Gi-Oh.
|"I have absolutely no idea what's going on."|
- This is the first SMG4 episode to debut a new opening intro.
- Technically, the intro debuted in Mario Plays: Friday Night Funkin, but that wasn't part of the main series.
- As the episode was anime-themed, it was implied that this episode was created to celebrate the end of the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
- Japan is where anime originates from.
- While Jimmy Neutron was meant to parody Yu-Gi-Oh!, Avatar: The Last Airbender itself is an anime series in its own right, given the anime influence artstyles in the show.
- In fact, the former is a reference to the "You're going to the shadow realm Jimbo but the VA voiced it" video by Youtuber csd.
- It has now shown that Axol lives in an apartment in New Donk City.
- One area from R64: the Toad, the Fat and the Ugly. reappears in this video.
- Professor E. Gadd's logo is seen on Axol's anime-seeing device.
- Despite Mario voicing Toad in SMG4: WHAT IF...?, this is Toad’s first speaking role since SMG4: If Mario Was In Friday Night Funkin 2.
- This is the last time Axol got to use his Inkweaver before his death in War Of The Fat Italians 2021 and his possession by SMG0 in SMG4: The Day HE Arrived..
- It's unknown why some other animes like Pokemon weren't included.
- This blooper marks the first appearance of SMG3 since SMG4: WHAT IF...?.
- Weirdly, however, his N64 is not used at all.
- The Goku Drip meme is depicted.
- Michael Jackson's appearance in the Demon Slayer segment references Muzan Kibutsuji, the main antagonist of the series, who bears a resemblance to the late pop singer.
- The Bleach segment references the Bleach Drinking meme.
- The Spirited Away skit is a full remake of a scene from Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Wallets and Dinosaurs (with the same characters and everything, excluding the sombrero and the moustache).
- The music Mario and Dio were dancing to in the Jojo's Bizarre Adventure segment was the same music used during the famous "Torture Dance" sequence in "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind".