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Yu-Gi-Oh! 3 in 1 Edition Manga Volume 1

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About Yu-Gi-Oh! 3 in 1 Edition Manga Volume 1

Yu-Gi-Oh! volume 1 collects volumes 1-3 in an omnibus format and features story and art by Kazuki Takahashi.

Tenth-grader Yugi always had his head in some game - until he solved the Millennium Puzzle, an Egyptian artifact containing the spirit of a master gambler from the age of the pharoahs! Possessed by the puzzle, Yugi becomes Yu-Gi-Oh, the King of Games, and challenges evildoers to the Shadow Games... weird games with high stakes and high risks!

Let the games begin! Meet Seto Kaiba, master of the world's most dangerous collectible card game. When Kaiba discovers that Yugi's grandfather owns the incredibly rare "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" card, he will stop at nothing to get it... even if he has to duel with Yugi's dark alter ego Yu-Gi-Oh! Then, out of the sands of Egypt, the mystic Shadi has come to test Yugi's powers, which will give Yugi his greatest challenge yet. If he loses, his best friends will die!

Details

  • Publisher: VIZ BOOKS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Battles
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 2/3/2015
  • Page Count: 592
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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4 star rating out of 5

Don't judge a manga by it's anime adaptation

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Many skip over YuGiOh because they thought it just couldn't be taken seriously. Forget everything you thought you knew about YuGiOh. Forget the anime. The original manga is a lot better. There are stories in the manga never featured in the anime. The portrayal of the characters is much better,the artwork which is unique. The card battles are short and to the point. Unlike the anime where card battle would take 10 episodes, the manga card battles are over in 1-2 chapters. There is more focus on characters and the themes of friendship and loyalty. I once wrote off YuGiOh, but gave it a try after finding out that artist Kazuki Takahashi was inspired by Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, my fave series. I'm glad I did. One of the best SJ titles.

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Yu-Gi-Oh "Season 0" isn't all its cracked up to be

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I'm a bit of a sucker for Yu-gi-oh, its something of a guilty pleasure of mine. I love the monsters, the duels, and the over-the-top shlock of insane characters and a literal children's card game being sold as deadly serious high drama. The early series, before it became all about the card game, has a bit of a mystique in the anglophone world, however, having been translated later, and having a reputation for being a bit...darker. Having read it, though, I can say I'm really glad that the author stumbled upon Duel Monsters and based his series around that rather than this. These early volumes, mostly based around individual death games that the Pharaoh challenges evildoers to, is firmly rooted in 90s shonen tropes and a shallow, vaguely nasty vision of humanity. I'd skip to the duels. Or, at least, the Death-T arc.