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Anime producer and founder of the Artmic studio, whose credits only show up on a limited number of video anime produced in a brief period between the mid-1980s and early 1990s. Since this straddled the post-Akira period where many in Western fandom discovered anime, Suzuki's works gained great attention-particularly Bubblegum Crisis, Riding Bean, and Gall Force. However, Artmic soon faced financial difficulties, leading to an exodus of creators and licenses that still has repercussions today. Some titles were abandoned mid-story, others picked up later under slightly different names and continuities. This confusion has even affected rights deals-the authors recall several occasions when rival companies have both believed themselves to be the sole sales agent for former Artmic products. Artmic licenses now largely reside with former coproduction partners Youmex and AIC-hence the remake Bubblegum Crisis 2040, on which Suzuki has a credit for being the "original creator," not for direct involvement with the actual production.