Back in 1993, a strategy guide for the recently released Kirby's Adventure appeared in Japan. Inside, three of the big men responsible for the new game decided to sketch the little pink puffball. There's contributions by Masahiro Sakurai, the father of the Kirby series; Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo's whiz kid; and Satoru Iwata, back when he was the president of HAL Laboratory.
It's adorable to see the masters take a crack at doodling such a loveable character. It's also worthy to note that Iwata's doodle looks like sh*t. That makes me laugh for some reason.
1993 Miyamoto, Iwata and Sakurai Draw Kirby [Andriasang]
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