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Kazuhiko Torishima On Shaping The Success Of 'Dragon Ball' And The Origins Of 'Dragon Quest'

One of the major figures in manga and gaming in Japan is that of Kazuhiko Torishima. Originally an editor on Weekly Shonen Jump, overseeing titles such as Dr. Slump and Dragon Ball, he also had a major hand in the creation of gaming series like Dragon Quest. I was lucky enough to catch up with him recently and find out more about the work he’s done over the years.
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