The Legend of Zelda manga can be read digitally for the first time thanks to an agreement between Nintendo and VIZ Media so that the community can access this content digitally. A big step in lore of Zelda and also for the community as a whole. Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess arrives digitally, and it’s something the community has celebrated with great fanfare and love.
This adaptation began back in 1990 thanks to Nintendo and its way of adapt the content of the Zelda saga to a simpler visual format at that time such as manga and comics. This tradition has continued over the years.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was published in 2016 for the first time, regardless of the fact that the saga had already had its own manga adaptations before. This digital release is the first to be produced in the English language (outside of Japan). VIZ Media’s plan is to launch a total of 11 volumes in digital. The first 3 will be released on August 22, volume 4, 5 and 6 will be released on September 26, then they will be released from 7 to 9 sometime in October, and finally the last chapters would be scheduled for the end of November and all of December.
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Via: Viz Media