Manhandla from The Legend of Zelda – Game Art Gallery, Character Overview
The Manhandla is a recurring Boss character from the Legend of Zelda games and a giant man-eating flower with four symmetrical mouths that are usually the weak points of this boss.
The Manhandla debuted as the third boss of the original Legend of Zelda (1986) and returned in three of the handheld Zelda games, starting with LoZ: Oracle of Seasons (2001) and after that as part of the Legend of Zelda: Four Swords (2002) and Four Swords Adventures (2004) games.
The big flower returned to TV screens in Hyrule Warriors (2014) as a big boss in multiple of the Adventure Stages. Manhandla was described as a “four-limbed, jumbo-sized” Piranha Plant actually which made this boss the first reference to the Super Mario Universe in a Legend of Zelda game.
Manhandla from the Legend of Zelda Games: an Overview
|Charactername:||Manhandla||Developed /Created by||Nintendo|
|Gameseries:||The Legend of Zelda||First seen on:||NES|
|First Game:||The Legend of Zelda||Year first seen:||1986|
|Last Game:||Hyrule Warriors Legends (2016)||Birthplace:|
|Role(s) and Characteristics:||Boss|
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Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Manhandla
Hyrule Warriors (2014)
Legend of Zelda: Four Swords (2002)
Legend of Zelda (1986)
Manhandla in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects
The Manhandla Boss is a part of our Link’s Blacklist Collaboration and was illustrated twice so far for it.
Selected Fan Art of Manhandla
Trivia and own opinion(s)