Makes you wonder why they keep ressurcting these arsepicks if they just keep losing. I understand Ridley can regenerate, but in some games... just no.
like in prime 3, he was reduced to atomic dust.
Other M, for all the strife it caused, did the "we brought him back" thing right, and explains how he "survived" and even covers how his corpse showed up on the BSL, probably the only thing the game did right from a story aspect.
Even though I know this is parody webcomic and all that, but Ridley only comes back 'cause it was confirmed in the official manga series that when Samus kills him, he EATS whatever bodies are laying around or alive and uses their bodymass to add to his own, thus healing and replacing his damaged parts. So, Ridley's actually a zombie space dragon.
Dunno 'bout Kraid, though, they probably made use of some cloning technology to revive him since he WAS planned for Prime for Phazon infusion but since Phazon is no dead, they used the same cloning tech to make the Mochtroids in Super Metroid.
Yeah, in Prime, he was too damaged from his last battle and they were in the middle of cybernetic experimentation so he and Weavel were the perfect test subjects for that. Since Phazon was dead, it's likely his body was falling apart since taking a form of healing factor would just open old deep wounds around the body so he had to eat a LOT of biomass to be back to his original form in Super Metroid enough to replace his cybernetic installations.
Let's not speak of Other M, please, but it's glad to do a little gamer nerd talk with one of my favorite webcomic artists. This makes me feel really honored!