Mitsuru Sugaya

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Mitsuru Sugaya
すがやみつる
Born (1950-09-20) September 20, 1950 (age 72)
Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture
Area(s)Manga artist
Notable works
Kamen Rider
Game Center Arashi
Konnichiwa Maikon
Awards1983 Shogakukan Manga Award - Children category

Mitsuru Sugaya (すがやみつる, Sugaya Mitsuru, originally 菅谷 充, born September 20, 1950), is a Japanese manga artist, novelist, an author of instructional comics, and a racing writer. Sugaya wrote and illustrated Game Center Arashi, a manga series based on video games. He also drew a manga tied to the Japanese Spider-Man television series from the 1970s and also drew the manga adaptations of all Kamen Rider series from Ichigo to Stronger.

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