The countdown is finally over! The teaser site for the new Yu-Gi-Oh! film project revealed today that the film is scheduled for a 2016 release, and it will tell a new original story featuring Yugi Muto and Seto Kaiba, the two main characters from the original series. Hit the jump for more.
It has been confirmed that a teaser site for the new Yu-Gi-Oh! film project officially launched today on December 8. According to the countdown clock, full information will be disclosed at 10:00 am on December 15 (JST), 4:00 pm, December 14 (PST). Hit the jump for more.
Strap on your launchers and get ready to duel! Four titles from the mighty Yu-Gi-Oh! series are coming to Crunchyroll. Read on for full details and territories!
Netflix has declared “It’s time to duel!" as the first part of the animated Yu-Gi-Oh! has joined the service's streaming library this month. And, if revisionist chambara is more to your liking, Takeshi Kitano's 2003 The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi was also introduced. More after the jump.
Konami's series of Tag Force games is continuing, and keeping with its traditional PSP support with a winter release of Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Tag Force Special. The game boasts 7,000 cards including ones from Secrets of Eternity and a full contingent of heroes including Yugi Mutou from the first series, Jaden Yuki from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yusei Fudo from 5Ds, and Yuma Tsukumo from Zexal.
Manga, comics and art book publisher UDON had plenty to announce at San Diego Comic Con including the Kill La Kill manga and impressive selection of new art book licenses. Get the complete details after the jump.
As Licensing Expo kicks off in Las Vegas, 4K Media has announced that a new Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie is currently in development in Japan. The company is now shopping for a distributor for all territories outside of Asia. More after the jump.
TV Tokyo Holdings has announced its financial numbers for the fiscal year ending March 31st. Anime business revenue was at 7 billion yen, up from 6.3 billion in the previous period, while profits were up to 1.3 billion yen, up from 820 million. Overseas sales helped drive the business, which was described as constituting less than 10% of total business, but notably profitable. This year, again aided by overseas sales, Naruto was the company's star earner. More after the jump.
With the recent debut of Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal on Nicktoons, the US network has confirmed that they've licensed the entire Yu-Gi-Oh! library from 4Kids. The agreement covers two seasons of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, Classic Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. More after the jump.