It's time to DUEL! The original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga ran for 38 volumes, has been adapted into multiple anime television series, and spawned one of the most. Duel Art is a book by Kazuki Takahashi containing illustrations from the Yu-Gi-Oh! The book contains pictures by Takahashi used for cards with the anniversary layout, pictures he has posted on his website and a number of other original illustrations. "Dark Magician Girl. Duel Art: Kazuki Takahashi Yu-Gi-Oh! Illustrations [Kazuki Takahashi, Caleb D. Cook] DUEL ART - Yu-Gi-Oh! Illustrations Artbook (V‐JUMP SPECIAL BOOK).
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This book is actually translated from the original Japanese edition DUEL ART 高橋和希 遊戯王イラスト集 that was published in Duel Art - Kazuki Takahashi Yu-Gi-Oh! Illustrations Artbook. Google · Zerochan. Tagged under Kazuki Takahashi, Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters, Artbooks. Duel Art book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. It's time to DUEL! The original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga ran for 38 volumes, has been adap.
The adaptation received many changes from the Japanese version to tailor it for international audiences.
These include different names for many characters and monsters, changes to the appearance of the cards to differentiate them from their real-life counterparts and various cuts and edits pertaining to violence, death, and religious references to make the series suitable for children. An album containing some tracks from the English dub music entitled Yu-Gi-Oh!
Only three volumes, comprising the first nine episodes, were ever released. The names were also Americanized, but the series setting and the original music remained intact. Bankruptcy code. Konami currently distributes the series and its spin-offs, in addition to producing English dubs through its renamed subsidiary, 4K Media Inc. Capsule Monsters episodes Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters is a twelve-episode spin-off miniseries commissioned, produced and edited by 4Kids Entertainment, which aired in North America between September 9,  and November 25, It is set before the end of Yu-Gi-Oh!
Duel Monsters, apparently somewhere between episodes and , and involves Yugi and his friends being pulled into a world filled with real Duel Monsters they can summon using capsules. It is similar to the Virtual RPG arc in many respects, but it does not seem to have anything to do with the early Capsule Monster Chess game featured in early volumes of the original manga.
It is currently the only animated Yu-Gi-Oh! It was published in Japan by Shueisha on September 3, and has four sections. Two weeks after Yugi's battle with Kaiba in Death-T, Yugi gets a call from Kaiba, who tells him to meet for a game at the top floor of Kaiba Corporation.
Mokuba stumbles in on them, and tells Yugi that Kaiba has not yet awoken from his catatonic state. It turns out that the Kaiba that Yugi is playing against is a "Cyber Kaiba", controlled by the KaibaCorp computer, using all of Kaiba's memories.
Other books The Gospel of Truth series guide for the manga. It also contains a plethora of compiled information from the story, including a list of names for the various games and Shadow Games that appear in Yu-Gi-Oh!
The art book was released on December 16, and contains a number of illustrations done for the bunkoban releases of the manga, compilations of color illustrations found in the manga, and brand new art drawn for the book. The book includes episode information and pictures regarding the first Yu-Gi-Oh! It also features an ani-manga version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! The book features scenes from the crossover movie, Yu-Gi-Oh! Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Duel Art by Kazuki Takahashi.
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Illustrations by Kazuki Takahashi. It's time to DUEL! The original Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Art collects the fantastic color artwork of series creator Kazuki Takahashi, along with rough concept sketches, tutorials, and an exclusive interview with Takahashi-sensei himse It's time to DUEL!
Duel Art collects the fantastic color artwork of series creator Kazuki Takahashi, along with rough concept sketches, tutorials, and an exclusive interview with Takahashi-sensei himself. Get A Copy.
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Apr 07, Mehsi rated it it was amazing Shelves: I just had to have this book, I am big of of Yu-gi-oh the first series that is. So a big thanks to my boyfriend for giving it to me as a Christmas present. Yes, a Christmas present, apparently there were some troubles with getting this one here, but now just a week ago it arrived. I was all curious as my boyfriend kept saying something should come in, and he was sometimes grumbling about it not getting here.
I totally glomped him when he gave me this book. P This book was terrific, beautiful, I just had to have this book, I am big of of Yu-gi-oh the first series that is. P This book was terrific, beautiful, and I will be reading it over and over again. Keith rated it liked it Nov 01, Anzu Mazaki and Yugi Mutou Yugi Mutou and Atem — bunkoban volume 1 cover Dark Yugi — bunkoban volume 2 cover Seto Kaiba — bunkoban volume 3 cover Dark Yugi Ishizu Ishtar and Dark Marik — bunkoban volume 15 cover Diabound and Bakura, King of Thieves — bunkoban volume 20 cover Kisara , The White Dragon and Seto — bunkoban volume 21 cover Zorc Necrophades and Atem Atem — bunkoban volume 22 cover This listing is currently incomplete.
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