Kentaro Miura created his first comic series in 1976. This series, called 'Miuranger', appeared in about 40 volumes. From 1979 to 1985, he studied at an artistic grammar school. At the same time, he began to work for a fanzine. After his studies, he drew the 50 page comic book 'Futatabi'. He then briefly drew for Shonen Magazine, but his collaboration limited itself to the comic 'Noa'. From 1985 to 1989, Miura hardly drew comics, with an exception of 'Berserk Prototype' in 1988. He returned to the scene in 1989, working for Animal House, Oh-Roh, and Oh-Rohden. From the early 1990s, Miura took on 'Berserk' again.
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