The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is a manga book written by Akira Himekawa and published in early in Japan. This manga chronicles the adventures. This is the official manga for The Minish Cap. It is written and illustrated by Akira Himekawa, the same artist who made many of the other Zelda mangas. A clever, adorable little one-volume manga based off of the game. .. The Minish Cap is part of The Legend of Zelda series, in which Link inherits the titular.

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Once upon a time, a long long time ago, terrible evil sprites appeared in the world.

They ravaged the land and burned the towns to the ground. Then the Picori, a magical race of people, gave a powerful sword to a hero, a sword fused with the crystalline forms of the energies that fill our world. The hero used the sword of power to banish the evil from the world. Nowadays the people of Hyrul throw a celebration every year dedicated to this hero.

This year marks the th anniversary, but for one young hero his dream will be shattered.

The winner of the contest gets to touch the legendary sword used by the hero years ago. One man who enters the contest is so powerful that no one can even put up a fight. When the sword is presented to the winner of the contest, instead of touching it he breaks it and the box it is in, releasing the evil sprites inside. Angry that what he is looking for isn’t in the box he uses his powers to turn Zelda into stone.


Now with Princess Zelda turned into stone and monsters destroying the land, the only thing to do is to reforge the Sword, and only Link can do it. Picori are really very small, they are no bigger than your thumbnail. More than a sword was bestowed upon the people of Hyrule, the Picori also gave the Light Force to the royal family. The evil man who enters the sword torment, named Vaati, is looking for the Light Force and that is why he breaks the Sword used by the Hero.

There are three types of Picori, Town, Forest, and Mountain. The Town and the Forest Picori look pretty much the same, with red caps and green ponchos, but the mountain Picori have black shirts, baggy pants, a head band, and a large hammer with a pick in the end. The last and most important thing about Picori is that they can only be seen by children. Link is the obvious choice to send on this quest, because he is the only kid that the king knows, so he is sent to the Minish Woods to find the Picori.

While Link is in this forest he runs across a strange bird hat creature that is being attacked by some Octoroks.

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (Manga)

Even though Link tries to ignore it, the bird thing notices Link and yells at him to come and help. The bird hat wis named Elzo and is trying to break a curse. Because Elzo kows a lot about the Picori and their world Link lets him ride oh his head. The Legend of Zelda: The game was released in North America, January 10, The Minish Cap is the twelfth game in the Legend of Zelda series.


Vaati was actually and still is a Picori, but his master made a magical hat that can grant wishes.

Overall The Legend of Zelda: Link had been in mountains, rivers, woods, volcanos, through time, and even into another world where he looked like a pink bunny, but this is the first time he has shrunk.

The transition from game to manga was excellent.

As I was reading it I keep remembering my game experience. The one thing that did annoy me was when Link was getting the elements, each temple that held the element was a lot shorter and easier for Link to get through than it was in the game.

Manga Review: The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap – ComicsOnline

Although the temples bothered me, I think that it was still well done, because I know that not everything can be included. ComicsOnline gives The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, 5 out of 5 epic adventures. You must log in to post a comment.

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