Talk:Super Mario-Kun (Pikkapika Comics)

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If I am not mistaken, "Pikkapika Comics" is the brand the manga series was released under, and not the title. The title seems to be Super Mario-Kun, just like the much longer series, but the latter is released under the "CoroCoro Comics" brand. Then the article should better be named "Super Mario-Kun (Pikkapika Comics)", and maybe someone knows what "Pikkapika Comics" stands for? --Grandy02 12:26, 2 February 2010 (EST)

It should be moved. I actually saw these comics on display at a Japanese bookstore while I was there. "Pikkapika" means shiny or bright, which would explain the logo being a sun. (Also, I noticed Wikipedia copied our article; heh, we're too good for them ;) ) --Garlic Man (talk)
I've made the changes. --Grandy02 19:34, 20 July 2010 (UTC)

This is Interesting.[edit]

You all should see this (it's in Japanese thou): It's seems that the other Super Mario-Kun was older than we though.