Though Nintendo is usually stingy about who gets to play with their IP, holding tight controls over what Mario does and says outside of a game, the one area they’ve always been lax about is the manga industry. In the right-to-left paper universe, Nintendo characters are allowed to have non-canon adventures, they can look different, and they can have different personalities — all things verboten everywhere else. Viz has the rights to publish Nintendo manga in the US, and here are some of the weird tales coming our way, including the debut of the Animal Crossing manga…
Animal Crossing: New Horizons-Deserted Island Diary, Vol. 1 Read the gag-filled adventures of four goofy villagers living among the Animal Crossing: New Horizons characters. Includes a bonus Animal Guide with game tips!
Kirby Manga Mania, V.2 Dream Land’s innocent troublemaker Kirby is back at it again with more of the mischief fans of all ages know and love. These cute and carefree Kirby comics—ready to be consumed in any order or inhaled all at once—will leave fans tickled pink!
The Legend of Zelda, V.9 Midna tells Link about the time before she came to the world of Light and how the evil wizard Zant turned her into her current form. Bitter and angry, Link needs Midna’s help now more than ever, and his forgiveness may give her the strength to continue the fight. Ahead of them, in the Twilight Realm itself, lie greater dangers than they have faced before, as well as Midna’s nemesis, the scheming sorcerer Zant.
And that’s not all….you can also look forward to the first original Star Wars manga, titled “The High Republic: The Edge of Balance,” as well as new volumes of My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball Super and Boruto. It’s all coming this month from Viz.
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