Oracle of Seasons and Ages:
These really are two cute books! They are some of the first manga I added to my site and now I'm happy to say that they are being brought to you in English with the help of Annie from Zelda no Densetsu. See, some time last year while we were talking I told her I would be happy to send her the scans I had of the oracle series. That way it would save her time and she could work on them after she was done translating the Majora's Mask manga. It turns out that though that she got accepted to a school in Japan so she's been translating this series from my site and sending me the text to add. So for a little while now we've been jointly working on bringing this to all of you. It's slow going, but I hope you all appreciate the hard work and time. If for some odd reason you haven't been to her site, you should go there and read the Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask manga too!
So a little more about the actual series: If you didn't know already, The Oracle games are pretty recent Zelda games and they're for the Gameboy Color. The games, Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, work with each other. If you beat one you can play the other one with your items and also gain a different and more complete story and ending. The manga is kind of like that as well. Even though they can be read separately, their stories works together for a more complete story and a real ending. Even though it doesn't matter which order you play the games in the manga starts with Seasons and Ages is more like volume 2.
IMPORTANT: You can still order these from import stores (kinokuniya bookstore sasuga bookstore) with the ISBN numbers and info provided below. It's very cheap and I would get them now because once they are out of print you will only really be able to find them on ebay, and trust me the prices are really really bad there.