Board game company USAopoly—responsible for a ton of themed games, including Pokémon and The Legend of Zelda themed versions of Monopoly—now has a licensing agreement with 4K Media to produce Yu-Gi-Oh!-themed items. So far plans include Yu-Gi-Oh! coin banks, puzzles, and special editions of Monopoly and Yahtzee. More after the jump.
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters TV anime is gearing up to celebrate its 15th anniversary with a "jackpot"-style prize giveaway, and instructions on how to play will be broadcast during the Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V spin-off series beginning in September. Hit the jump to learn more.
While there was some fan speculation that one of the more recent series sampled by the "Jump Start" program was set to join Viz's Shonen Jump digital manga magazine, this week's issue of Jump's English edition revealed that the new title will be Yu-Gi-Oh! Arv-V. Kazuki Takahashi and Naohito Miyoshi's series launches in the Japanese V-Jump on August 21st, and will follow in the English Weekly Shonen Jump starting the 24th.
4K Media's Yu-Gi-Oh! site has been updating with a listing that Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V starts on Canada's Teletoon at this weekend, running Friday at 7:00am and Saturday at 1:00pm starting July 24th. More after the jump.
The Official Yu-Gi-Oh! channel has posted an English version of the teaser for anime movie Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions. This "after episode" of the original story is set to be released in Japan during next year's spring Golden Week holiday period. Get a look after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming all-new anime film Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions today posted a 50-second teaser introducing its main characters. The film is set for a release in the Golden Week period (around the end of April and beginning of May) of 2016 in Japan. Check the latest clip after the jump!
It was just over a week ago that Crunchyroll announced the upcoming addition of English-subtitled Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episodes, and now it's time to take things back to the anime adaptation's beginnings. The very first season of Yu-Gi-Oh! is now available to stream with English subs. The first five episodes are up now, with more to be added later. More after the jump.
Yu-Gi-Oh! creator Kazuki Takahashi attended this past week's San Diego Comic-Con, and during the festivities he was presented with the convention's prestigious Inkpot Award. The award celebrates the way Takahashi has introduced manga to fans around the globe. Read on for more.