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Samus szerepelt a ''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]'' képregénysorozatban, amit 1990-ben a [[Valiant Comics]] adott ki és az azonos című animációs film sorozaton alapult, annak ellenére, hogy abban a verzióban sosem szerepelt Samus. In the comics, Samus is depicted as brash, money-hungry, and fiercely independent.<ref name=1up-girl3>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=2&cId=3152658 |title=One Girl vs. the Galaxy |publisher=[[1UP.com]] |date=2006-08-07 |author=Oxford, Nadia|page=3}}</ref> An article at [[1UP.com]] describes Samus in the ''Captain N'' comics as "rambunctious, reckless, and gets into pissing contests with Lana over Kevin's affections, which makes for some of the most entertaining situations in the series". The reviewer added, "Not to say that the deadly quiet, contemplative Samus who fights for truth and justice in the more recent Metroid games isn't awesome, but there's something compelling about a Samus who's greedy and conniving—and is proud to admit it."<ref>"Funny Pages''. ''[[1UP.COM]]''. [http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=0&cId=3135108 1]. Retrieved October 16, 2008.</ref>
 
Samus was featured in a series of comic books called ''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]'', published by [[Valiant Comics]] in 1990-ben a [[Valiant Comics]] álltal kiadott, based on the animated series of the same name, despite Samus never appearing in the cartoon version. In the comics, Samus is depicted as brash, money-hungry, and fiercely independent.<ref name=1up-girl3>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=2&cId=3152658 |title=One Girl vs. the Galaxy |publisher=[[1UP.com]] |date=2006-08-07 |author=Oxford, Nadia|page=3}}</ref> An article at [[1UP.com]] describes Samus in the ''Captain N'' comics as "rambunctious, reckless, and gets into pissing contests with Lana over Kevin's affections, which makes for some of the most entertaining situations in the series". The reviewer added, "Not to say that the deadly quiet, contemplative Samus who fights for truth and justice in the more recent Metroid games isn't awesome, but there's something compelling about a Samus who's greedy and conniving—and is proud to admit it."<ref>"Funny Pages''. ''[[1UP.COM]]''. [http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=0&cId=3135108 1]. Retrieved October 16, 2008.</ref>
 
Comic book and [[manga]] adaptations of ''Metroid'' games were also developed.<ref name=1up-girl /><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=1&cId=3135108 |title=Funny Pages: Games as Comics, Past and Present |publisher=1UP.com |last=Oxford |first=Nadia |accessdate=January 25, 2009 |date=September 30, 2004 }}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |url=http://mdb.classicgaming.gamespy.com/index.php?g=mp&p=comics |publisher=[[Dreamwave Productions]] |title=''Metroid Prime'' |journal=[[Nintendo Power]] |date=January–March 2003 |issn=1041-9551 |issue=164–167 }}</ref> Samus is a playable character in all three games in the [[Super Smash Bros. (series)|''Super Smash Bros.'' series]] of [[multiplayer]] [[fighting game]]s, where she can use her array of weapons in combat against characters from other video games.<ref name=ign-smash/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://guides.ign.com/guides/748545/page_58.html|title=Super Smash Bros. Brawl Characters: Samus Aran|publisher=IGN|accessdate=2009-04-10|last=Segers|first=André}}</ref> ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' (2008) also features an alternate form of Samus called Zero Suit Samus, in which the heroine loses her Power Suit and has a different set of movements and attacks. She also stars in the Subspace Emissary fighting [[Ridley]] with [[Pikachu]].<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.smashbros.com/en_us/characters/samus.html#3rd |title=Samus Aran|publisher=Smash Bros Dojo!!}}</ref> Samus also cameos in the ''[[Galactic Pinball]]'' (1995), ''[[Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars|Super Mario RPG]]'' (1996), ''[[Kirby Super Star]]'' (1996),<ref name=ign-smash>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://cube.ign.com/articles/096/096588p1.html |title=Smash Profile: Samus Aran |publisher=IGN |date=2001-07-13 }}</ref> and ''[[Kirby's Dream Land 3]]'' (1997) video games.<ref>{{cite video game |title=Kirby's Dream Land 3 |developer=[[HAL Laboratory]] |publisher=[[Nintendo]] |platform=[[Super NES]] |date=1997-11-27 }}</ref> Samus also makes a non-playable appearance in the Nintendo 3DS game ''[[Dead or Alive: Dimensions]]'' (created by ''Metroid: Other M'' co-developers [[Team Ninja]]).<ref>[http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-01-24-samus-not-playable-in-dead-or-alive-3ds Eurogamer: Samus Not Playable in Dead or Alive 3DS]</ref>
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