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One day, a mysterious mask seller had a very special item stolen from him: Majora's Mask, an evil relic that possesses its wearer. When Skull Kid, the mask's thief, runs into Link one day, he steals the Ocarina of Time and inadvertently thrusts the young adventurer back into the path of danger once more. At the request of the mask seller, Link must now track down Skull Kid to find Majora's Mask and his Ocarina of Time.
Following its destruction many years ago, the world now consists of many disconnected lands that once again face the threat of annihilation. Sora is a young boy who lives on a tropical island with his friends Riku and Kairi. However the night before the trio is due to set sail on an exploration voyage, they encounter monsters known as the Heartless. During his struggle with them, a large Keyblade appears before Sora and he is transported to the faraway Traverse City. There he meets Donald and Goofy, two representatives of the king who are in need of his power as keybearer. Now, Sora travels with his new companions in order to find the keyhole hidden in each world and lock away its heart to protect it from harm, hopefully finding out what happened to his friends along the way. But with other evil forces afoot, will Sora and the others really be able to save everyone and keep all worlds safe?
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.
Both of these are based off of popular Nintendo video games. They are both fun to read if you are a fan of the games, but without prior knowledge on either they are not anything special. Both are worth spending time on if you want a change of pace or just to see your favorite video game character in action and with speech.
Pokemon-lover Ginji fell asleep on the eve of his birthday, eager to awaken and find his presents. However, when he opened his eyes, Ginji found himself... in the body of a Torchic?! Now in the world of Pokemon, Ginji meets a week Mudkip who strives to be part of a Rescue Team, and together the two form a group to assist other furry and feathered friends. Ginji must now try to discover why he's transformed, help unravel a thousand year old legend, and support his new comrades in the process!
Both of these manga are from VIZ's kids collection and are perfect for young kids or fans of the video games. The dialogue and pacing of the stories are similar (bit rushed and childish) and I'm certain if you liked one, you'd like the other as well.