Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Volume 3

Yu Gi Oh R Volume Yugi s back for another duel but this time it s personal R to L Japanese Style Yugi s back for another duel but this time it s personal BONUS Card First Print Only inside Limited quantity availabl

  • Title: Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Volume 3
  • Author: Kazuki Takahashi Akira Ito
  • ISBN: 9781421530086
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yugi s back for another duel, but this time, it s personal R to L Japanese Style Yugi s back for another duel, but this time, it s personal BONUS Card First Print Only inside Limited quantity available Synthetic Soul Yugi and his friends battle their way through an army of enemies at Kaibacorp headquarters Jonouchi faces Reiko, a chess themed duelist, while YuYugi s back for another duel, but this time, it s personal R to L Japanese Style Yugi s back for another duel, but this time, it s personal BONUS Card First Print Only inside Limited quantity available Synthetic Soul Yugi and his friends battle their way through an army of enemies at Kaibacorp headquarters Jonouchi faces Reiko, a chess themed duelist, while Yugi fights Depres in the cosmic duel field of outer space Can Yugi s earthly cards defeat Depres s deck of alien monsters Plus a bonus story about Yugi and his grandpa

    One thought on “Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Volume 3”

    1. There's a lot of art that doesn't line up and gets extremely lazy. Even on the cover, Yami Yugi has the wrong skin and eye colors. Seto Kaiba's eyes are also drawn wrong - one of the easiest things to do in the world.A lot of the characters catch phrases and overall words used in the series are entirely wrong.Seriously, the only reason I'm still reading it at this point is because it's 5 volumes total.

    2. First of all, love the slight alterations to Pharaoh's character design on the cover; the green eyes really pop and his skin looks tan, which is more accurate than the anime on that point. Moving on, I did enjoy the story also. I'm a pretty big YGO fangirl, seeing as it was my first introduction to manga and anime; therefore, my opinion is most undoubtedly tainted bias. In any case, it was great to read about what happens after Battle City, but before the Dawn of the Duel arc. Yako and Gekko are [...]

    3. I'm rapidly losing my patience with the preference for the 4Kids names of both characters and cards over their original names.

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