Molblin's Magic Spear

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Molblin's Magic Spear
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Front Cover

Games

Cost

Recently from

Release Date

Credits

Publisher

- Western Publishing Company, Inc
- Golden Books

Author

Jack C. Harris

Artist

Art and Kim Ellis

Attributes

Type

Children's Story Book

Language

English

Length

24 pages

Size

8.2 x 8 x 0.1 inches

Weight

1.6 ounces

ISBN

0-307-12571-8
978-0307125712

Media

Gallery

Molblin's Magic Spear is a children's story book based on The Legend of Zelda, that was licensed by Nintendo of America. The book was written by Jack C. Harris, and it has pretty good art that was illustrated by Art and Kim Ellis. It was published by Western Publishing Company, Inc in 1989, and Golden Books in February 1, 1990.[1]

Some copies of the book also came with a cassette that included narration and voice actors from The Legend of Zelda Animated Series.[2]

Plot

The story takes place during the events of The Legend of Zelda when Link is on his way to rescue Princess Zelda from Ganon's clutches. In his journey, Link encounters a Moblin with a magical spear. The spear can regenerates more spears to attack Link with when it is thrown.

TODO: Rewrite plot

Voice Cast for Cassette Version

  • Jonathan Potts - Link
  • Len Carlson - Ganon/Moblin/Old Man

Homebrew DS Port

A fan-made homebrew DS port of this book was created by DesertDog of Multiple Option. As well as this NDS version; multiple-option has also made a video version with narration by Winter11, animation by TheTwinSays, and music taken from Ocarina of Time. The NDS file can be downloaded here.[3]

Trivia

Videos


Original cassette version with voice casting.

Video version by multiple-option (2009).

References