Well, the Japanese one, at least.

F-Zero may not be on Nintendo's radar at present, but it's a series which is close to the heart of many a Nintendo fan – and part of its appeal is the colourful cast of comic book characters which have populated the franchise since it made its debut on the Super Famicom / SNES way back in November 1990.

Takaya Imamura – who recently parted company with Nintendo after 32 years of service – is credited as the artist on the game and created such iconic characters as Captain Falcon and Samurai Goroh, and if you didn't know better you might assume that the American-style comic illustration on the front of the Japanese version (as well as the comic strip contained in the manual, which also found its way into the western version) was penned by him.

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February 02, 2021 at 03:45AM
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