Dark Horse has a whopper of a book on the way for fans of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series. Following the success of the previously-release Hyrule Historia is The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts, a 400-plus-page hardcover that features art, interviews with the design team, and more.
You're off the force, Link! If you ever wanted to know what The Legend of Zelda would be like as a Hong Kong crime drama, DaysideTV has just the short for you. Watch Link go off on his own to avenge Navi and rescue Zelda in their parody short after the jump.
This week, sports manga legend Tetsuya Chiba (Ashita no Joe) joined Zelda (also 2003 Astro Boy and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) manga creators Akira Himekawa and Japanese UCI Continental cycling team Nasu Blasen at Tochigi's Anime Festa to present the wind fox mascot for the locally based racing team. Get a look after the jump.
More characters will soon to be able to try out those fan-created levels as Nintendo has previewed the The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Wolf Link costume (complete with itty bitty Midna) unlocked in Super Mario Maker with the Wolf Link amiibo or accompanying event course. Before this, it was Barbara the Bat of Daigasso! Band Brothers fame's turn in the spotlight. Get a look after the jump.
Not everyone has to be the hero. Or rather, some people are just heroes in different ways. Enter Legend of Kusakari, which has its own kind of hero cutting grass to make way for those attempting to save the kingdom. The Librage-developed game will be coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west courtesy of publisher Nnooo, and you can see the announcement trailer after the jump.
Akira Himekawa has confirmed on Twitter that a manga adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is in the works, scheduled to run on Shogakukan's Manga One digital platform. In July 2015, they posted a teaser concerning their return to Zelda manga after the better part of a decade with a suggestion that fans follow them on social media for updates. More after the jump.