''Adventures of the Links'' is a SpriteComic revolving around the misadventures of four separate incarnations of Link from the Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda games. As their quest continues, they are joined by a multitude of other characters, such as VideoGame/{{Kirby}}, [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]], and [[VideoGame/{{Metroid}} Samus Aran]]. The series serves as an AffectionateParody of various game franchises and takes generous liberties with AlternateCharacterInterpretation. A {{bowdlerized}} version can be found [[http://kakariko-graveyard.invisionzone.com/Forum/index.php?showtopic=114 here]]; the originals are currently unavailable, but are pretty much the same thing with more swearing.

The SequelSeries is in the works [[http://kakariko-graveyard.invisionzone.com/Forum/index.php?showtopic=4300&st=0 here]].

!!This comic provides examples of:

* BreakingTheFourthWall: The characters are well aware of being in a webcomic; that's what they're being paid to do, after all.
* ButtMonkey: Mario, Megaman, Ness.
* ChristmasEpisode: One almost every year, which also serves to clue new readers in on just how long it's been since the beginning.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Blue.
* ComedicSociopathy: Purple, oh so much.
* {{Flanderization}}: Surprisingly little, given the length of the comic's run.
* HollywoodToneDeaf: Blue and Mario. In the sequel, they formed a band, and [[RuleOfFunny sold 500,000 copies. In one week.]]
* IAmNotShazam: Discussed. [[invoked]]
* PuffOfLogic: As soon as the ability to stand on clouds in the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' universe is questioned, the characters fall through the one they're on.
* RepeatingSoTheAudienceCanHear: Averted. Red steals Edgar's cell phone for about half a panel in episode 55 to have a conversation with Kirby. It's treated as a background event, and nothing can be learned from Red's half of the call. Sets up a BrickJoke and some very minor {{foreshadowing}} when the conversation is shown from Kirby's side in episode 73, this time as a SplitScreenPhoneCall.
* ScheduleSlip
* ShowWithinAShow: The characters are all actors, though their personalities seem genuine. It's unclear just how much of the dialogue and plot is scripted. The "production crew" also pops in from time to time.
* TakeThat: Occasionally.
* WeAreExperiencingTechnicalDifficulties: A variant: boss battles are often not shown due to camera mishaps. Implied (in-universe) to be intentional for budget reasons.