Yu-Gi-Oh! has a long history of memorable villains, but when you actually take a closer look at them, there's a big reason why they deserve your pity. Hit the jump to learn what makes Yugi's antagonists so sad.
It's Friday the 13th, which means that it's Jason Voorhees' birthday. And what better way to celebrate this joyous occasion than by inserting the dude into various anime? Hit the jump to see where he'd fit best!
Shueisha's Shonen Jump + app will start offering manga shorts featuring Marvel Comics' super hero characters drawn by seven Shonen Jump manga artists from September 4. Its first story is "SECRET REVERSE" by Kazuki Takahashi (Yu-Gi-Oh!) about Tony Stark (Iron Man) and Peter Parker (Spider-Man)'s trip to Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
At this point, the history of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise is tangled and sprawling. From its wild origins in the manga world to all the card game iterations and beyond, there's a lot to unravel. Throw in localization changes and different licensors and you have the potential for plenty of confusion, so thankfully Crunchyroll is here to cover it all in a new video!
Comparing power levels is an honored pastime among Dragon Ball fans, leading to all kinds of speculation about who would be who when. Why leave it just to Dragon Ball characters, though? Power levels aren't anything and anime has a ton of truly overpowered individuals. Son Goku may have one of the most impressive fight records in the galaxy, but you can hit the jump for 7 characters that can definitely take him in a fight!
The official YouTube channel for the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime franchise has posted a 70-second PV to introduce its history with the six series from Yu-Gi-Oh! (2000-2004) to the ongoing VRAINS (2017-). In the end of the clip, it was announced that a new TV series to commemorate its 20th anniversary is set to premiere in 2020. Check out the announcement after the jump!
Yesterday we posted about an illustration by Yu-Gi-Oh! creator Kazuki Takahashi that urged readers to vote while expressing frustration with Japan's current government. Takahashi likely had his heart in the right place, but fans felt he crossed a line when using his popular characters to make such an overt political statement. Read on for more.
Sometimes it takes something truly powerful to get your average citizen out to the voting booths when duty calls. Japan has an election coming up on July 21, and Yu-Gi-Oh! creator Kazuki Takahashi is doing his part to rally the masses to action. Find out how after the jump.
Following up on the early launch for folks with the Characters Pass, the first three JUMP FORCE DLC characters are now live for everyone to purchase. Read on for a new trailer and more!
Who's ready for more adventures in localization?! Earlier this month Crunchyroll posted the first part of a severely abridged look at why certain anime series were changed when they were first brought over to American television. Now it's time for part two!