Super Mario Adventures (manga)
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Charlie Nozawa, the artist who created the manga, is known in Japan by the pen name Tamakichi Sakura. His most notable works include "Shiawase No Katachi" (Shapes of Happiness) and "Oyaji No Wakusei" (Dad's Planet).
The first 12 manga issues in the Super Mario Adventures tankoubon originally ran as a series in Nintendo Power magazine, beginning in January, 1992, (Volume 32) and running through December, 1992. The final manga issue, which was printed in the first NP issue of 1993, introduced Mario's alter ego and tormented childhood playmate, Wario. The manga doesn't follow the story line of any particular game; however, it does incorporate many characters from the games and even introduce some new ones.
The Copywriter, Leslie Swan, works on many different Nintendo projects, including their videogames. She's also the voice of Princess Peach in most of the Super Mario games.
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