Majora’s Mask: a look at a scrapped segment from the manga adaptation

Back in 2000, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask got a manga adaptation by Akira Himekawa. It was actually the second Zelda game adaptated into a manga by the duo, and unlike the previous one (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time), the Majora’s Mask one only got one volume.

Therefore, there was some parts that didn’t make it into the final manuscript, and one of them features Romani and Cremia. This part whould have been an introduction to the story of the Great Bay Temple: after all, in the game, you need to visit the Ranch in order to get your horse back (and you can only do so before heading to that temple).

Akira Himekawa recently revealed some pages from that scrapped manuscript, that can be found below:

Source: Akira Himekawa


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