I wanted to share this when it was posted yesterday, but I was kinda busy writing a certain pair of Zelda features at the last possible second and didn't have time for much else. Don't judge me!
In lieu of a comic, Matthew Taranto of Brawl in the Family chose to make a grand illustrated timeline of the Zelda series to celebrate its 25th anniversary. What you see in the header is but a small clip of the entire piece, which represents every single game in the series more or less in reverse chronological order. The only games not represented is the CD-i trilogy, but who gives a flying flip about those, right?
It shouldn't be too hard to spot all the references, but I admit I didn't notice Wolf Link for a good while. Play "I Spy" and track 'em all down for yourself!
380 – The Legend of Zelda Tribute [Brawl in the Family]
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