This past week was huge for Crunchyroll Expo announcements, and we've rounded up all the biggest news here! Check out this roundup for manga authors, voice actors, exclusive parties, anime directors, and more!
Dark Horse is bringing another massive tome of Zelda art and information to North American fans with the upcoming release of The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia. Check out the first look at Dark Horse's official trailer after the jump.
Can you guess which Nintendo Switch games were the most played in 2017?... Okay, after those two, can you guess? Nintendo has released its list of Top 20 Switch games by hours logged. Did your favorite make the ranking? Hit the jump to find out!
Named as one of Amazon's Best Books of 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess has been a success for mangaka duo Akira Himekawa. It spent the latter part of the year on break, but the pair popped up a new blog entry to announce that it will be coming back to Shogakukan's Manga ONE app on February 26. Read on for more.
Get ready to get metal with a new EP of Legend of Zelda covers! The official-licensed Octorock features new arrangements of "The Lost Woods," "Ballad of the Sky Goddess," and more. Hit the jump to listen!
Ready or not, it's time for the year end retrospectives. Amazon for example has already weighed in with their Best Books of 2017, and, in the Comics and Graphic Novels category, it's Zelda and two volumes touching on LGBT subjects representing manga. More after the jump.
Following up on Hyrule Historia and Art & Artifacts, the next The Legend of Zelda tome to make its way over in English is The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia. Dark Horse recently announced the hardcover release, which is due out in April 2018 for $39.99. Read on for more.