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Majora’s Mask is a fantastic Zelda game. Not just because it has good gameplay, a good plot, and unprecedented mechanics, but it also has some serious themes. Sure, Majora’s Mask is darker than most of the franchise, and the nearing moon is simply terrifying, however some of the underlying truths in the game, particularly how those surround Skull Kid, are amazing to realize. And of course, who better to reveal those to us than Zac Gorman with his Magical Game Time…

By now you should be able to instantly recognize the artwork of Zac Gorman, author of Magical Game Time. One of the best things about his comics is how he connects The Legend of Zelda to real life, and how there’s adventure in every aspect of it. Even if we don’t see it, excitement lurks in our lives, and it’s up to us to make the best of it. This comic is no different, and you can be sure to look…

This week on Monday Comic Corner we have another one of our favorites. Can you guess where it’s from by the title image? Like many of his comics, especially his Zelda comics, this one is animated. Subtly, as always, but to great effect. And this time his message is a little lighter than normal. Think you know where it’s from? Hit the jump to see!

Zac Gorman of Magical Game Time always makes fantastic Zelda comics. They’re not necessarily funny, but the art is superb and there’s always a message that makes us consider more about what we could learn from Zelda, video games, or even adventuring in general. This week’s comic, however, seems a little bit different from the kind of message Zac usually likes to convey, however. Hit the jump to read!

This Monday we have an old Magical Game Time comic, one from over two years ago. It’s short, and aside from Link’s innocent smile it’s not a funny comic. Over the years Zac Gorman’s drawings have improved, so in that respect it may not even seem completely like a Magical Game Time comic. But the messages he puts in his drawings, the parts of his comic that really count is there in its entirety. His revelations about what the Zelda series…

This is a little bit of an older comic by Zac Gorman from Magical Game Time, but it’s probably something we’ve all asked ourselves when we play through a Zelda title. Why exactly does Link save everyone, besides the fact that he’s a fictional video game character? Does he do it for Zelda, his own will, or the betterment of the entire land? As players, we don’t really know because Link’s opinion is never shared. We’re left guessing. Hit the…

“It’s dangerous to go alone, take this!” is one of the most famous text-only memes, stemming from the very first NPC in Zelda game, as we all know. And I don’t think most of us thought much of it. The old man gave us a sword and we could start our adventure. But what if the old man was wise? And if he could say more? What would he say? Hit the jump to find out what Zac Gorman of Magical…

At the start of this weekly feature, I said one thing I loved about the community comics was ability to give more depth to some of the characters and fill in some of the gaps that are skimmed over by the game. And of course, what happens is everyone’s own opinion, but I think we all have some idea, and sometimes those ideas can be universal. This week, with Magical Game Time, we take a glimpse at perhaps what some…

This week on Monday Comic Corner, we have another Magical Game Time comic, of course by the amazing Zac Gorman. By now you should all be familiar with his style, and this week’s untitled comic about paths is simple, yet enjoyable. Though, like many of his comics, few words are stated, the message is clear, and the fantastic artwork is what takes the reader on his or her journey. It’s almost as if adding more words would detract from the…

A little over three weeks ago, Zac Gorman began selling “Magical Game Time: Volume. 1”, and I bought the PDF to browse all of his comics on my iPad. I quickly read though all of the comics, and I immensely enjoyed the whole collection, but this comic in particular stood out. For some reason, the way this comic was crafted made me appreciate the work of the artist, the comic medium, and the video game inspiration all in just a few…