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Yu-Gi-Oh! the Movie Ani-Manga

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Everything else was just practice! The official ani-manga of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie brings the film to life with full-color art and sound effects! Yeaarning for a way to beat yugi, Kaiba acquires a mysterious card that may grant his greatest wish ... or plummet the world into destruction! Anubis, the Egyptian god of death, has awakened from his sleep of five thousand years, ...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published November 24th 2004 by VIZ Media LLC (first published 2004)
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Emmy Lou
Ah, this brings back memories. Like going to see the movie in theaters and getting those rare cards with our tickets. Then going out the next day and buying the soundtrack at Wal-Mart... Ah, nostalgia!

At the moment, I'm on a kick. I'm reliving my childhood. That means listening to Hannah Montana (don't judge!), eating beef ravioli, and watching Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! I don't usually read ani-manga (actually I don't think I have read one before), but this volume was a great blast from the past.
This manga was a great nostalgic piece. I had a huge Yu-Gi-Oh! phase when I was in middle school and reading this brought back all those warm, fuzzy feels for this crazy series. Of course, the Abridged series has tainted me, because when Anubis grabs Kaiba, all I could think was, "I'm grabbing your head. I'm grabbing your head!"

But I digress. Some of the dueling sequences were a little unclear -- monsters would be on the field whose summoning wasn't shown on the page, etc. The plot is a bit sill
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Recommends it for: Kids and people wh like Yu-Gi-oh!
Recommended to Colt by: Rose Kilgore
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It's really cool because it has all sorts of these God Cards that you have to go against people. There is a bunch of cool stuff that happens then you have these cards that turn into people. And it's really funny at times. It hasn't taught me anything but it's been really fun to read!
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Takahashi started as a mangaka in 1982. His first work was Tokiō no Tsuma (闘輝王の鷹), published in 1990. One of his earliest works was Tennenshokudanji Buray (天然色男児BURAY), which lasted for two volumes and was published from 1991 to 1992. Takahashi did not find success until 1996 when he created Yu-Gi-Oh!
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