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Back In The '90s, Nintendo Power Helped A Shy Fan Show Her Envelope Art To The World

Back in the mid to late-90’s, Naomi Chiba expressed her die-hard Nintendo fan love in the pages of Nintendo Power magazine. And many young Nintendo fans, myself included, looked forward to seeing her latest drawings. Read more...
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