Popular Japanese anime goods and apparel store COSPA announced its best selling goods for 2020 earlier this week with, surprise surprise, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba coming in at number one for the second year in a row. See the full top ten after the jump!
The duel is about to begin! The stars of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! will be taking part in a staged duel, complete with orchestral music. Find out more, and get a sample of the music, after the jump!
The Yu-Gi-Oh! UNITED DUEL TOURNAMENT in Japan was held today online and one of the special presenters of the live stream was none other than Japan's top cosplayer Enako, who cosplayed Dark Magician Girl from Yu-Gi-Oh!, showing that big hats can still be fashionable – and practical! Check out the costume after the jump!
Few characters are as consistently confident as Seto Kaiba, the tech billionaire from Yu-Gi-Oh! who wants to be the best in the world at a monster card game. But why does he remain so lovable even when he's so arrogant? Hit the jump to find out!
Marvelous' official YouTube channel has started streaming a three-and-half minute music video for 33-year-old singer-songwriter Yusuke Saeki's latest sixth single song "Nanananananana," the OP theme song for the TV anime Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS. Taking into consideration the prevention of the spread of the COVID-19, the video was filmed at his home with a total of 16 cameras. Check out his neo-funk sound after the jump!
Whether you've just finished Naruto Shippuden for the first or eighteenth time, we've got some cool new anime recommendations for you to check out.
See what you should watch next after the jump!
Belgian watch brand Ice-Watch has started accepting pre-orders for two collaboration watches inspired by Yami Yugi / Dark Yugi and Seto Kaiba from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime franchise on the Ice-Watch Tokyo store, its official online store, and Premium Bandai from today. Check out the details of the special limited items after the jump.
I thought I outgrew card game anime, but the truth is I've always loved a brilliant duel for honor, glory, and bragging rights. But what do these series have in common with the evergreen competitive sports anime genre — and why in the world do I keep coming back to these series years later? Hit the jump to find out.
When Pokémon premiered on Kids' WB in early 1999, competitors quickly tried to capture similar success. And for the next two years, two companies would go back and forth in their attempts to out-monster the other, with surprising results. Hit the jump for the full story!