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Submitted by Donnieboi 600d ago | image

Now This Is How I Imagine Samus Looking

Kotaku: It always baffles me when people go out of their way to make Metroid's Samus look "beautiful". As if that matters. There's a reason her gender was kept secret for the first game, and that's because the point was she was a badass, not that she was a she. (Culture)

Donnieboi  +   600d ago
She reminds of Starbuck from Battle Star Galactica (the same actress also played Dana Walsh in the final season of "24"). Her actress was Kara Thrace. She could definitely play a believable sci-fi bounty hunter (like Samus). Plus she looks just like this rendition from the Samus image in the article (but I think Kara is still prettier).

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Donnieboi  +   600d ago
oops I mean her name is "katee sackhoff". That other name was her Galactica character's screen name (when not using starbuck alias).

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