If you visited Penny Arcade today, you would have learned that the boys were tapped by Nintendo to do a special five-page Skyward Sword comic. I've enjoyed Mike Krahulik's artwork as it developed over the years, and I am really excited to see his take on Skyward Sword's watercolor style.
Understandably, Mike was excited but nervous -- the Zelda team of course had to approve of his designs. Never fear, though! Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma himself gave Mike's work a big thumbs up! I'm thinking good things are about to unfold!
Starting today, one page will be released per week on the official Zelda homepage. You really ought to bookmark it and check in on it throughout the week!
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