This must have been a thrill for Yusuke, who would have been 13 when Mega Man 4 was released.
Capcom’s Mega Man came out for the Famicom/NES in 1987 and quickly established the series’ formula for success.
In this short autobiographical manga seen here, the artist recounts how he also entered the design contest for Mega Man 3 and, though he didn’t win, was selected for an honorable mention.
Not necessarily. In Yusuke’s case, his grown-up job is “manga artist,” and he’s not just any manga artist, but Yusuke Murata, artist for smash-hits One-Punch Man and Eyeshield 21!
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