In 2016, manga creator Akira Himekawa released the first volume for the Zelda: Twilight Princess adaptation in Japan. A year later, the manga was then localized in the west, opening up the series to fans across the world. However, after a five-year run, the Twilight Princess manga will be coming to an end soon. Akira Himekawa has confirmed that the series is near its conclusion, as the next chapter will mark the end of the Twilight Princess story. Last year, the manga entered its final story arc, so it’s no surprise that we’re approaching the end of the series.
Twilight Princess manga comes to an end
Volume 10 of the Twilight Princess manga was released earlier this year in September, while volume 11 is scheduled to launch sometime at a later date. The next volume will be the finale to Himekawa’s adaptation of the fan-favorite Zelda game, so it will be interesting to see how it’s interpreted. Unlike its source material, the Zelda manga has more room to explore its characters, resulting in a narrative that provides more emotional depth. The Twilight Princess installments are considered some of Himekawa’s best work in the world of Zelda, so if you’re interested in reading them, they are available on Amazon and certain retailers.
Although the Twilight Princess manga is ending, it’s been an enjoyable ride, as certain moments have expanded the story to make it more impactful. Have you read the Twilight Princess series, and if so, what was your favorite moment?