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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons / Oracle of Ages -Legendary Edition- (The Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition) Paperback – January 10, 2017
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Akira Himekawa is the creator of the best-selling The Legend of Zelda manga series, a 10-volume collection inspired by several games and story arcs in the Zelda video game series.
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HOWEVER, the comic I received was printed incorrectly. The cover art is tilted. It looks like the paper went into the printer wrong so it come out all wonky. The issue persists throughout the comic. Thankfully, Amazon is great at returns so a replacement is on it's way. I will update this review if the new copy is also poorly printed.
As for the story it self if you've read and enjoyed the first Legendary Edition of The Legend of Zelda comics then you owe it to yourself to pick this up. In the first arch you'll follow Link on a magical adventure as he's transported to the land of Holodrum where he meets Din. Link battles with the evil General Onox (if you've played Oracle of Seasons you'll remember this guy!) in the attempts to save his friends. Later our legendary hero meets up with Impa who turns out to be possessed by Veran (Oracle of Ages final boss!) Some fun time travel shenanigans take place where Link must battle across time to save Hyrule - and himself!
It's great if you have played the games because you'll recognize characters, places, and items; but even if you have never played a Zelda game the story and art are worth your time.
Now to get the technical details out of the way this is printed on manga style so it reads right to left so don't be surprised there. In addition it has a colorized section being mainly the first chapter ( or precisely the first 18 pages) and the whole thing is about 170 or so pages.
Now I might start sounding like a broken record for this review and probably the review for vol 3 and 4 but I really think they missed an opportunity to just put out a fully colorized version. Way more expensive, sure but I would definitely be willing to fork over the dough, plus it might make a little more sense labeling that version the legendary edition instead of this one.
Anyhow anyone who likes the Zelda series should enjoy this.
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Also it is backward, meaning it is read from right to left and the...Read more