1. He was one of the most famous manga artists in Japan./ He was Japan’s best-loved manga artist.
3. He had to leave the war because he lost his left arm in an Allied air raid.
4. He taught himself how to draw with his other hand and became an artist.
5. earn enough money to provide for daily needs/earn money/earn a living
6. He had to write stories of heroic actions and sacrifices made by ordinary soldiers during the war/ that supported the idea of war. No, they were not stories he wanted to tell, he wanted to tell stories of losing battles.
8. It proves that Mizuki did not like the manga he first created, and only did it to earn money.
9. A lot of what Mizuki drew was taken from his own war experiences - his monster stories showed both sides of the war with good and brave characters, but also hateful and frightening individuals.