Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Vol. 1
Despite its problems, Yu Gi Oh! R is still an enjoyable read. The game play makes for some tense moments and the different creatures that are created for the cards are varied and interesting. If they can play the game, they can read the manga. Players of the card game and fans of the Duelist manga will love this volume. Readers new to Yu-Gi-Oh! This review is based on a complimentary copy supplied by publisher. Lori Henderson is a mother of two teenage daughters and an avid reader.
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Filed Under: Reviews , Uncategorized. About Lori Henderson Lori Henderson is a mother of two teenage daughters and an avid reader. Zombies, vol. We are a group of librarians, parents, and writers--and most of us wear at least two of those hats--who started writing about kids' comics in because, well, nobody else was. We like everything from Literary Graphic Novels to blatantly commercial but fun! And we don't lump all ages together; we're smart enough to know that a three-year-old has different abilities and interests than a year-old. Akira Ito.
Yugi's back for another duel, but this time, it's personal! R to L Japanese Style. 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 Yu Yugi's back for another duel, but this time, it's personal!
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!
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Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. May 29, Amanda Setasha Hall rated it did not like it Shelves: manga , zzz 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. 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.
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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 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.
Yako and Gekko are interesting characters; they almost remind me of the Ishtar family. I totally appreciated that, despite the fact it isn't Takahashi-sensei creating it, Akira Ito had a hand in the original and therefore knows what he's doing and respects the essence of the characters while adding new layers. I personally had a great time reading the bonus story in the back; short but sweet, reminiscent of Takahashi-sensei's one-shot subplots. A wonderful manga to spend a little time with on a slow day. Feb 07, Rebecca rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy , manga , , young-adult.
I'm rapidly losing my patience with the preference for the 4Kids names of both characters and cards over their original names.