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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist, Vol. 7: Heavy Metal Raiders (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist #7)

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It's the final round before the fight with Pegasus, and only one of the four will survive! Mai Kujaku has always wanted to fight Yugi, and now she's got her chance! Can Yugi beat her harpies' pet dragon? Then, Jonouchi fights "Bandit" Keith Howard, America's most unscrupulous gamer. Jonouchi's deck is loaded with warrior monsters, but Keith's machine deck deals death with ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 2nd 2005 by VIZ Media LLC (first published May 22nd 2001)
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Sep 14, 2015 Jerry rated it liked it
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This seventh volume is pretty much business as usual for this series, except for one thing: There's a lot of talk about hell as a place. While we never see Satan or any actual demons, overuse of that word--even in a non-profane context--may upset some discerning readers and parents.

Score: 3/5
Jan 20, 2016 Tsaki rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Padahal belum sampai turnamen yang melibatkan Osiris, Ra, ataupun Obelisk... Tapi duelnya tetap aja seru. Emang paling bener versi asli deh daripada cerita kloningnya... :))
Nov 26, 2016 Laura rated it liked it
Shelves: manga
I really like Mai’s character and the way that she provokes Yami into dueling her at his full power when she realises that he is distracted. Yami is so focused on his upcoming duel with Pegasus, he already thinks that he can beat Mai and doesn’t give her his full attention. This leads to him loosing quite a few life points (Yugi reaches 300 while Mai remains on 2000) until Mai’s prompting brings his full focus onto their duel. It is a very good duel in which you get to see Mai’s full strength as ...more
Chelsea Gouin
Dec 04, 2016 Chelsea Gouin rated it liked it
Shelves: manga-and-comics
And here it is... the finals of the Duelist Kingdom Tournament. First is Yugi vs. Mai, but Yugi is distracted by Kaiba's soul being sucked out. His mind is already jumping to how to break Pegasus's seemingly unbeatable defense. Mai isn't having it though and introduces the latest beast to her deck, Harpie's Pet Dragon! Of course Yugi finds his Duelist Spirit and Mai is forced to concede. Then we have Bandit Kieth taking on Jonouchi. Keith battles with machine type monsters that have specific res ...more
Isaac Carpenter
Apr 22, 2016 Isaac Carpenter rated it it was amazing
I thought this comic series was really good so far i cant wait to read #8 and see how the fight with Yugi and Pegasus go. Im hoping Yugi will win so he can get the two brothers (not yugis brothers) and Yugis Grandfather. I predict that Yugi is going to win and get the Brothers and his Garndfather back but theres going to be a sudden twist. I predict that Pegasus is hiding something and is going to out smart yugi and when and if u lose against pegasus you lose your soul and he puts ur soul in a c ...more
Sep 21, 2016 Seamaiden rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-comics
Amazing artwork and storyline. Even though I knew what was going to happen, I enjoyed the duel very much. I believe the duels for the championship were the best. I don't believe this volume had any crucial differences to the anime episodes so no little surprises this time, however I still enjoyed it very much.
Дени Проданова
May 18, 2015 Дени Проданова rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga-and-manhwa
Приятелство, измами, още приятелство, интриги и пак приятелство. Колкото и интересен от към дуели да беше тома, то това приятелство (което блика и струи от всяка една манга) ми идва малко горница. 'Що не сложат малко любов за заместител на движещата сила, ей така за разнообразие?
Sarah Maddaford
Reviewed on previous volumes Yu-Gi-Oh! Volumes 1-4 and Duelist Volumes 1-5 as well as the final volume
Jun 20, 2010 Lizzie rated it it was ok
Shelves: manga, 2010, reviewed
There was nothing particularly interesting enough to be of note in Volume 7. Kaiba wasn't around to give his comedic deadpanned commentary, so I whizzed through this one with glazed eyes.
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