Tinker Bell’s Secret | Disney Fairies Manga TokyoPop Review
The latest Disney Manga book from TokyoPop features a lovely story involving Tinker Bell, who loses her magical hammer, causing major problems for her as she struggles to fulfill her role as a Tinker. This then leads Tinker Bell off to try to find her spare hammer, which is located in Peter Pan’s secret hideout.
This book was written and illustrated by Haruhi Kato, which has a unique Japanese Manga style, and since it is a traditional Manga book, it requires you to read the book from right to left and back to front. It’s a shame the illustrations aren’t in colour as I’d love to have seen some bright Manga artwork, like we see with the cover.
Here are a few preview pages:
OVERALL: I enjoyed reading Tinker Bell’s Secret, it was a nice and easy read, even if it took a little while to get used to reading the Japanese way, since it’s been a while since I read Manga in college. The artwork is very unique, though I would have preferred it in color, which was my only disappointment about this title but overall, it was a really pleasant story that has left me wanting more.
REVIEW SCORE – 7 – GOOD