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Anime Underground 22 Steampunk Versions Of Your Favorite Anime Characters  

Jonah Dorrance
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Animation and Victorian aesthetic come together in this collection of incredibly cool anime steampunk fan art. From Dragon Ball Z to One Punch Man, characters of both classic and contemporary series don historical garb with top hats, gears, and goggles, not to mention some pretty badass upgrades to their weaponry. The talented artists of these steampunk anime drawings not only gave these characters makeovers, but illustrated new worlds for them to reside in and new gadgets to wield. They re-envisioned basketball stars, shinigami, magical girls, heroes, and even idols as steampunks.

Their imaginative steampunk takes on these anime make for some of the most unique fan art contributions out there, and are more than worth checking out. To see beloved characters through the lens of steampunk goggles adds an entirely new layer to these anime. Spin-off, anyone?

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Fullmetal Alchemist Trio


Fullmetal Alchemist Trio is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list 22 Steampunk Versions Of Your Favorite Anime Characters
Photo: peace-of-hope/DeviantArt

Ed, Al, and Winry pose for a family portrait Victorian-style in peace-of-hope's incredible illustration.

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Natsu And Lucy, Fairy Tail


Natsu And Lucy, Fairy Tail is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list 22 Steampunk Versions Of Your Favorite Anime Characters
Photo: leons-7/Tumblr

Artist leons-7 gives an incredible Victorian makeover to this fire demon and celestial beauty.

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Sabo, One Piece


Sabo, One Piece is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list 22 Steampunk Versions Of Your Favorite Anime Characters
Photo: Takumi/Twitter

Illustrator Takumi's take on a steampunk Sabo is god-tier. 

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Kaneki, Tokyo Ghoul


Kaneki, Tokyo Ghoul is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list 22 Steampunk Versions Of Your Favorite Anime Characters
Photo: うさぎ/Pixiv

This spectacular portrayal of the eye-patch ghoul is part of this artist's larger work featuring several characters of Tokyo Ghoul in the steampunk design.