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First published in Japan back in 1999, manga artist and author Masashi Kishimoto created a brand new manga series for Shonen Jump (a Japanese equivalent to Marvel and DC) that even today is considered to be one of the most popular comic books in recent years. With the beloved Naruto series coming to an end within the next year and the current chapters and volumes setting up what could be an amazing ending for fans, I thought that it would be a great opportunity to explore its origins, the many characters that the author has made and how the franchise has expanded to trading cards, action ﬁgures and the successful anime.
After studying at an art college and winning an award from Shonen Jump, Kishimoto made his ﬁrst version of the character in 1997 as a short story before setting his head down and working on the ﬁnal version of the series. »
- Martyn Warren
Chrono Trigger, the acclaimed Super Nes role-playing game, is now available for purchase on Nintendo's Virtual Console service for the Wii. Originally released in 1995, Chrono Trigger was created by Yuji Horii, creator of the Dragon Quest series, Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, and the creators of Final Fantasy . all of whom were key contributors to the game.s success. Chrono Trigger revolutionized the RPG genre with never.before.seen features, including an epic soundtrack and multiple endings determined by side quests and the player.s actions. Chrono Trigger is available for download now for 800 Wii points. »
- Hector Cortez
2 items from 2011
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