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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Hijinks is a gag manga series based on The Legend of Zelda series. The series was drawn and written by Seitaro Komatsu and was originally published and serialized in the Japanese magazine Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic Special (別冊コロコロコミックSpecial).[2]

General Information[]

On February 13, 2015, to coincide with the international release of Majora's Mask 3D, a webcomic based on Majora's Mask was added to the Japanese Nintendo News site, consisting of two parts.[1] The second part was posted on February 25, 2015. An official English translation of the webcomic was posted on the Play Nintendo site on August 7, 2015.[3] The second part was posted later.

The Majora's Mask webcomic follows the misadventures of Link and his efforts in avoiding his responsibility of saving Termina. The first part takes place just moments before the Moon crashes into the land. Link uses the Ocarina of Time to turn back time, but only so he can keep playing on his Nintendo 3DS. The second part has Tatl introducing Link to masks in an attempt to get him to stop, but this backfires when he plays with the masks and forgets all about the Moon.


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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ゼルでん!~なりきり勇者リンクくん (Zelden! Narikiri Yūsha Link-kun) Zelden! Link, The All-Around Hero


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  1. 1.0 1.1 The Legend of Zelda: Link's Hijinks, Official Japanese Nintendo website, published February 13, 2015.
  2. "Tingle is happy to present the following gag comic based on The Legend of Zelda series. He is, he is! This is based on the original comic by Mr. Komatsu, which was published in a Japanese manga magazine called CoroCoro Comics Special. Please enjoy it! Kooloo-limpah!" (Link's Hijinks, Play Nintendo, pg. 1)
  3. "Thanks to the hard work of many, Nintendo just published an original Legend of Zelda webcomic!" — Alison Rapp, Alison Rapp on Twitter, Twitter, published August 7, 2015, retrieved August 9, 2015.

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