Sega-16 was lucky enough to score an interview with the man who drew the short-lived Niles Nemo comic strip, David Sullivan. He had some interesting things to say about working with Bill Kunkel and Sega of America. Check it out for yourself; you know you want to!
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Our week-long tribute to Sega Visions Magazine continues with a full retrospective. It had potential, to be sure, but was forever denied prominence due to internal feuding and politics at Sega. Still, it was the only official U.S. magazine ever released by Sega, and it lasted for more than half a decade. Read the article for a glimpse of what might have been.
Bill Kunkel is widely considered by most to be the father of video game journalism, and his work on the classic magazine Electronic Games will forever be remembered. He also was the Game Doctor in Sega Visions and wrote the Niles Nemo comic strip that ran there for six issues. Sega-16 talked to him for a bit about his experiences at the magazine, and you know you want to read it!