For comics readers, Katsuya Terada is probably best known for his work on Iron Man and Hellboy, but there's a pretty good chance you're already very familiar with his work, even if you don't know it. As a concept artist, Terada designed characters and settings for The Legend of Zelda, and his work is awesome.
Check out a few of the best designs below, including an adult Link and a, uh, very adult version of the Great Fairy!
Video: Tony "Man At Arms" Swatton forges his own version of Link's Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda series, which is much more difficult than just pulling it out of the floor at the Temple of Time.
New Year: Happy 2013, everybody... except mutants. According to the classic "Days of Future Past" storyline by Chris Claremont and John Byrne (specifically Uncanny X-Men #141, originally released on Janu
Despite the popularity of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series of games and tie-in comics, action figure collectors have historically had few options when it comes to picking up an articulated version of main protagonist Link. In Octo
Though The Legend of Zelda videogame franchise has received a few official comic book and manga tie-ins over the years, some of the most impressive illustrations of Link, Princess Zelda and company have emerged from the world of fan art. For fans of Penny Arcade, co-creator Mike (a.k.a.
Have you ever wondered what Samus Aran's day-to-day life is like when she's not rolling up into a ball and blowing up floating jellyfish aliens? Chris Furniss obviously does. In fact, he began a series of pieces called 31 Days of Zero Suit Samus, and last we looked, he was already on day number 23. So far
This week marks the North American release of "The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks" on the Nintendo DS, the latest adventurous installment in one of the richest and most popular videogame series of, well, all time I suppose. And every beloved video game series deserves comics to go along with it, amirite?
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