After defeating the darkness, Sora was able to lock the final door and secure the worlds he had been working to protect. However, in doing so he became separated from his friends once again and transported to an unfamiliar place. Luckily, he is not alone as he has Donald, Goofy and Jiminy accompanying him. However, soon after arriving in this new land, they stumble upon the foreboding Castle Oblivion and promptly begin lose their memories! Now the gang must traverse the castle and explore Sora’s memories if they want to have any chance of finding their way out. But just who are the mysterious people dressed in black that they meet at every turn, and what is their true reason for leading Sora to the castle?
Kilala is a girl who wants nothing more than to find true love, just like the Disney princesses she loves and admires. One day Kilala finds a beautiful boy passed out on the ground and awakens him with a Sleeping Beauty-style kiss. His name is Rei, and he (and his companion Valdou) are searching for the owner of a tiara; this ‘chosen princess' is said to be able to save their country across the sea. After Kilala's friend Erica is kidnapped for winning a princess contest, Kilala sets forth on an adventure with Rei to find her and beyond. Together, they travel to the worlds of many Disney princesses, make new friends, defeat powerful enemies and even find true love!
Like anime mixed with Disney? Both of these stories have a regular manga-style main character, but they explore Disney worlds and meet a large cast of Disney characters! If you enjoyed one, you'd probably enjoy the other.
Young Link lives in Kokiri Forest with his friends; they all live under the watchful eye of the Great Deku Tree. Being the only child in the village without a faerie companion, Link is often bullied for his abnormality; but one fateful day Link is called upon by the Great Deku Tree and receives a faerie. The young boy is astonished to learn that he is destined to be the hero of the Kingdom of Hyrule, and must begin his journey to vanquish the evil wizard Ganondorf, who threatens to overthrow Hyrule with the mysterious and ancient power of the Triforce. Link leaves the village in order to locate three sacred artifacts for Princess Zelda in the hopes that their power can save her land from destruction. Now, against all odds, Link and Zelda must embark on a quest to find the strength to defeat their enemies and save the kingdom from Ganondorf’s evil ambitions.
Both of these are manga based on popular action video game franchises. Although their games can be a bit dark and serious, the manga tend to be more goof and, family-friendly. They both are a bit too short and feel rushed. If you liked one, you'd probably enjoy the other.