Yu-Gi-Oh! Subbed – Episodes 145-184 Complete

January 15, 2020 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Japanese, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yami Yugi holding a glowing chalice in episode 181

It’s been nearly four months since Crunchyroll and Konami added new subtitled episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters. But yesterday, the duo at last reached another milestone by posting the final three episodes of the Orichalcos saga, bring Yugi’s battle with Dartz to a close. Episodes 145 through 184, which correspond to season 4 of 4Kids’ English dub, are available now to both premium and free Crunchyroll users.

If you haven’t already done so, don’t forget to add this anime to your Crunchyroll queue to get episode alerts as we approach the last few story arcs!

Previously:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Subbed – Episodes 98-144 Complete

Celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links with The Winged Dragon of Ra

January 11, 2020 at 7:00 pm | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments
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New artwork of The Winged Dragon of Ra, available in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links to celebrate its third anniversary

Happy third anniversary, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links! The hit mobile game launched globally three years ago today and is celebrating this memorable milestone with a campaign that includes a brand-new art variant of The Winged Dragon of Ra. Duel Links players have the honor of being the first to receive this special card, pictured above, which has never been printed before in any language.

Additionally, duelists will receive eight Card Tickets, including a Dream UR and SR Ticket, plus a new type of Ticket — the Skill Ticket, which can exchanged for a character Skill. Duelists will also get 1000 Gems and a sleeve and playmat set that features new artwork of Yugi Muto and Seto Kaiba.

(News from @konamieu)

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS Announced at Jump Festa 2020

December 22, 2019 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Japanese, Konami, SEVENS, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 6 Comments
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Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS promotional image from TV Tokyo

The seventh Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series — Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS — was announced at Shueisha’s Jump Festa 2020 event in Tokyo this weekend. The two-day celebration of all things Jump included a live-streamed Yu-Gi-Oh! stage show on both days that unveiled the series, which commemorates the anime franchise’s 20th anniversary. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS follows the adventures of fifth grader Yuga Ohdoh and introduces a new way to play the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game called Rush Duels. Four of the anime’s voice actors appeared as surprise guests at the stage shows to introduce their characters and talk about how excited they are to participate in this iconic franchise.

A replay of the December 21 and December 22 hour-long live-streamed shows are available on YouTube.

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS will premiere in April 2020 on TV Tokyo and its sister stations. TV Tokyo has already launched its official website for Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS.

Also beginning in April, the real-life Yu-Gi-Oh! card game in Japan will be divided into two formats. The new Rush Duel format will debut with its own new card products and be promoted together with the SEVENS anime. Master Duels will continue to be offered as usual with the Rise of the Duelist booster set dropping on April 18.

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS: Story

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS takes place in the near future in Goha City, where much of its citizens’ daily lives is influenced by one company: Goha Corporation. As the largest company in the city, Goha Corporation controls everything, from the schools, shopping malls, and arcade centers, to the rules of dueling. It’s a convenient way to live, but feels a bit too restrictive to young Yuga Ohdoh, who attends Goha’s Seventh Elementary School. The fifth grader is a keen duelist and inventor who calls his inventions “Roads.” Yuga develops a new way to duel — the Rush Duel — that allows duelists to continually summon multiple monsters while being able to quickly replenish their hand. Yuga hopes to bring joy to everyone with this new Road.

Goha City, the setting of Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens
Goha Seventh Elementary School (left) and Goha main office building

One day, Yuga’s classmate Luke hears a rumor about a “King of Duels.” The pair heads out to investigate and discovers a mysterious person in front of a stone monument. They learn that in order to become the King of Duels, they must win a duel within a time limit. How will Yuga and his Road, the Rush Duel, take on this challenge?

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS: Characters

Promotional image of Yuga Ohdoh shown at Jump Festa 2020

Yuga Ohdoh, age 11, is the protagonist of this story. His ace monster is Seventh Road Magician. Yuga is played by 15-year-old actor and singer Hiiro Ishibashi. A newcomer to the world of voice acting, Ishibashi’s only other anime role is in the movie Children of the Sea where he plays Umi, one of the main characters. Ishibashi always watched Yu-Gi-Oh! in elementary school when he was growing up. He says his generation of Yu-Gi-Oh! begins in the latter half of 5D’s and runs through ZEXAL, and laughs that he’s too young to remember GX.

Promotional image of Luke shown at Jump Festa 2020

Tatsuhisa “Luke” Kamijo, age 11, considers himself to be his school’s number one duelist. His ace monster is Rengeki Ryuu Doragiasu (Dragon of Continuous Attacks, Drageas). He has a peculiarity about him that causes machines around him to stop working. Luke is voiced by 26-year-old actor Taku Yashiro (Tsukasa Shiba in the Gundam Build Divers series, Natsuo Fujii in Domestic Girlfriend). Yu-Gi-Oh! fans will recognize Yashiro from his roles of Battle Beast in ARC-V and Flame in VRAINS.

Promotional image of Gakuto Sougetsu shown at Jump Festa 2020

Gakuto Sougetsu, age 12, is a sixth grader and the student council president. A serious student who is never late or absent, Gakuto wields Mashou Yameruura (Demon General, Yameruler) as his ace monster. He thinks that the way of dueling as it exists today is correct and proper, a belief that is at odds with Yuga’s. Gakuto is played by 28-year-old voice actor Natsuki Hanae (Ken Kaneki in the Tokyo Ghoul series, Taichi Yagami in the Digimon Adventure tri. movies, Takumi Aldini in Food Wars!). Hanae played Hokuto Shijima (Dipper) in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V.

Promotional image of Romin Kirishima shown at Jump Festa 2020

Romin Kirishima, age 11, is another classmate of Yuga’s. She excels academically and athletically and is a popular guitarist in her school’s band, RoaRomin. She says she’s not interested in duels, yet there’s something mysterious about her. Romin is voiced by 20-year-old voice actress Tomori Kusunoki (Setsuna Yuki in the Love Live series, LLENN in Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online).

Promotional image of the Seventh Road Magician Rush Duel card shown at Jump Festa 2020
Seventh Road Magician Rush Duel card

Promotional image of the Rengeki Ryuu Doragiasu Rush Duel card shown at Jump Festa 2020
Rengeki Ryuu Doragiasu Rush Duel card

Promotional image of the main characters shown at Jump Festa 2020

(Note: All romanized names in this write-up are not official.)

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS: Staff

Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS includes many new people in its production staff.

Animation production is by Bridge. Its most notable works include Cardfight!! Vanguard G: Z, Fairy Tail, Muhyo & Roji, The Royal Tutor, and Shonen Ashibe.

(News from @yugioh_anime, TV Tokyo’s Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS website, Jump Festa’s Yu-Gi-Oh! stage shows)

Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Art Show Sale: 30% Off Everything

November 29, 2019 at 9:00 am | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Banner ad for Gallery1988's 2019 holiday sale

Today, Gallery1988 kicked off its annual holiday sale, with everything in its gallery now 30 percent off. That includes the limited and open edition screen prints and poster print replicas from its Yu-Gi-Oh! art shows. You can pick up Dan Mumford’s Behold, The Legendary Gods. screen print for $42, Tom Whalen’s King of Games screen print for $35, Haste’s Yugi Muto giclee print for $14, and more during this sale.

Enter the code “WINTER” when checking out to get the 30 percent discount. This sale ends on December 31, 2019.

As a reminder, almost all of the 60+ original works displayed at the Yu-Gi-Oh! art shows — even those that aren’t listed on Gallery1988’s website — are available for purchase. Check out my multipart coverage of the Los Angeles and New York shows to see all of the pieces, and if you like any of them, please email Gallery1988 directly to inquire about purchasing.

Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon T-shirt from Atsuko

Anime lifestyle apparel brand Atsuko is also offering a week-long sale on all of its goods, with its Yu-Gi-Oh! collection scoring a 30 percent discount. The popular T-shirt featuring Anthony Petrie’s Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon artwork is on sale now for $19.60.

Happy Belated Thanksgiving and Happy Black Friday! Shop safely out there!

(News from @Galleries1988, shopatsuko)

Animated Version of Haste’s Yugi Muto from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

November 5, 2019 at 1:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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One of the many transformations in the Yugi Muto video installation from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Yugi Muto was originally a painted wall mural at Konami and Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! art show in Los Angeles earlier this year. Even though the 12-foot-tall creation by graffiti artist Haste is no more, the design was revived as a video installation by Ryan Kelly for the show in New York last month.

Yesterday, Konami uploaded the complete animated version of Yugi Muto to share with the world. Now accompanied by some soothing music, the video shows Haste’s creation unhurriedly transforming and warping with the use of numerous digital effects over the course of 14 minutes. Check it out!

I knew the animation was long, but I had no idea it was that long. I’m embarrassed to say that when I first saw the video installation in New York, I thought it was a just a static image of Haste’s original art because I happened to look at it when it was in its unaltered state. I sure felt silly after being told that it changes ever so slowly. Well of course it does!

A 7-by-8-inch giclee print reproduction of the original Yugi Muto is still available for sale from Gallery1988 for $20.

Celebrate 100 Million Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Downloads with Seto Kaiba

October 25, 2019 at 8:00 am | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Seto Kaiba sleeves and game mat by Kazuki Takahashi in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Congratulations to Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, which duelists worldwide have downloaded a whopping 100 million times! To celebrate this momentous milestone — and Seto Kaiba’s birthday today — the game is offering a wealth of cool giveaways with its 100 Million Downloads Appreciation Campaign.

Fire up the game today to receive a playmat and sleeves featuring new artwork of Seto Kaiba drawn by Yu-Gi-Oh! creator Kazuki Takahashi (pictured above), a prismatic alternate art Blue-Eyes White Dragon card, one UR Dream Ticket, and more.

Check out a video announcement of the campaign featuring Kenjiro Tsuda, the Japanese voice of Kaiba.

The same illustration of Kaiba also appears on the cover of the December 2019 issue of V Jump magazine, on sale now on newsstands in Japan. As always, V Jump is offering downloads of the cover illustration as a desktop calendar and cell phone wallpaper.

(News from @YuGiOh_DL_INFO)

Win a Trip to Japan from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

October 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Konami, Other Stuff, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Win a Trip to Japan sweepstakes ad image featuring Kaiba and Mokuba

To celebrate the addition of The Dark Side of Dimensions to Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, Konami wants to send one lucky duelist to Japan in an awesome sweepstakes. The winner and a guest will receive round-trip airfare to Tokyo and a four-night stay at a hotel in the city. To enter, simply submit your email address and a screenshot of your favorite Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links card.

This sweepstakes is open to all residents of the 50 United States and Washington, D.C., who are the age of majority. The winner must have a passport valid through 2021, and the trip must take place sometime in 2020. Check the official rules in the above link for more details. This sweepstakes ends on October 30.

(News from Konami mobile, shared by Yu-Gi-Oh! Fan Page)

Gallery1988.com Adds Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC Prints for Sale

October 21, 2019 at 9:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yugi Muto print on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Several prints, posters, and original pieces from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC are now available for purchase online. Check out the Yu-Gi-Oh! collection on Gallery1988’s website, updated today to include the seven limited edition works that were on sale at the New York show, along with other pieces from the Los Angeles show.

While supplies last, everyone can pick up limited edition prints of Haste’s Yugi Muto (pictured above) for $20, Dan Mumford’s Behold The Legendary Gods. for $60, Michael Vincent Bramley’s Forbidden for $35, and more.

The framed original or first printing of most of the works are also available. Definitely take a look at Bennett Slater’s Two Little Blue Little Eyes, available for $2,000, and Daria Theodora’s Osiris the Sky Dragon, available for $1,000. The limited edition screen print versions of these two pieces sold out at the New York show, so the originals are all that are left.

Budget-conscious Yu-Gi-Oh! fans can buy poster print replicas of two popular pieces from the Los Angeles show — Anthony Petrie’s Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon and Dan Mumford’s It’s time to duel. — for $20 each.

For more information about the order fulfillment and shipping process, take a look at Gallery1988’s FAQs.

Update (October 22): All of the original pieces displayed at the New York show are still available for purchase, even if they aren’t currently listed on the website. A post today on the official Yu-Gi-Oh! Fan Page on Facebook instructs interested buyers to inquire by emailing Gallery1988 at:

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You can see photos of all of the works in my multipart coverage of the Los Angeles and New York shows.

Inside the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC, Part 4

October 14, 2019 at 11:00 am | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 6 Comments
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A tease of the new pieces that debuted at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Konami and Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC debuted several pieces of art not seen at the Los Angeles show. One of those pieces was Dan Mumford’s screen print Behold, The Legendary Gods. Now, in this final look at the exhibition, let’s take a gander at all of the other new art on display.

Front of Chris Beaumont's Battle Ox and Celtic Guardian sculptures at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Battle Ox by Chris Beaumont at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Battle Ox by Chris Beaumont
Wood and acrylic
26.5 x 33 x 20 inches
$2,000

Side view of Chris Beaumont's Battle Ox and Celtic Guardian sculptures at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Front of Celtic Guardian by Chris Beaumont at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Celtic Guardian by Chris Beaumont
Wood, acrylic, and fabric
24 x 25 x 15 inches
$2,000

Side view of Celtic Guardian by Chris Beaumont at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Backside view of Chris Beaumont's Battle Ox and Celtic Guardian sculptures at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Do these sculptures look familiar? That’s because they’re gigantic wood versions of Chris Beaumont’s Cubeecraft papercraft toys! Beaumont has been providing everyone with free paper-folding fun for over ten years.

Exodia by Beau Berkley at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Exodia by Beau Berkley
Marker and colored pencil
11 x 14 inches
$600

Close-up of Exodia by Beau Berkley at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Dimensions by Poppy Small at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Dimensions by Poppy Small
Digital print
12 x 16 inches
Limited edition of 1
$600

Neutralized by Mark Bell at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Neutralized by Mark Bell
Digital print on canvas
18 x 24 inches
Limited edition of 1
$600

Close-up of Revolver and Borreload Dragon in Neutralized by Mark Bell at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Close-up of Playmaker and Firewall Dragon in Neutralized by Mark Bell at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Jinzo by Cuyler Smith at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC
Jinzo by Cuyler Smith
Digital print
8 x 10 inches
Limited edition of 1
$600

Close-up of Jinzo by Cuyler Smith at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Kazuki Takahashi’s four special pieces of art made their East Coast debut at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC. The works were lovingly enshrined in their own room, a luxury made possible at this spacious New York gallery.

Room that held the works of Kazuki Takahashi at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Kazuki Takahashi's new artwork of Yugi and Black Luster Soldier at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Kazuki Takahashi's new artwork of Kaiba and Blue-Eyes White Dragon at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

All of Kazuki Takahashi's artwork on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Kazuki Takahashi's message and art display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Side view of the room that held the works of Kazuki Takahashi at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

This little room looks like, and has the aura of, a sacred space, doesn’t it? It was a charming touch to an already outstanding show.

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There was much more art on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC. To see photos of all of the other pieces, including close-ups of Takahashi’s works, check out my four-part coverage of the Yu-Gi-Oh! art show when it was in Los Angeles.

For even more pictures, head over to Konami’s photo album on Facebook that it posted last Friday.

Did you visit the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC? What did you think of the exhibition? Would you like to see more events like this one in the future?

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Back to the beginning:
Inside the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC, Part 1

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Inside the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC, Part 3

Inside the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC, Part 3

October 10, 2019 at 9:00 pm | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments
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Entrance to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

The Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC was held in Manhattan’s Chelsea art district, home to over 200 galleries. Because of its prominent location, the exhibition attracted not only Yu-Gi-Oh! fans but also art enthusiasts who knew nothing about the franchise.

All signs point to Yu-Gi-Oh! — or at least the spray-painted signs did. On the streets surrounding the gallery and leading from New York Comic Con at the Javits Center, wayfarers could find advertisements for the art show on the pavements.

Two different spray-painted sign advertising the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC on the pavement

The gallery, with its brightly lit white walls and polished dark oak floors, offered an air of elegance and sophistication to the exhibition, a feeling that one might not normally associate with Yu-Gi-Oh!.

With over 60 works on display, the show had something for everyone to enjoy.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC logo on the wall inside the gallery

Duel Time by Pretty in Plastic at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Duel Time sculpture and a group of duelists in the background at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Visitors looking at art and walking around the gallery at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

More visitors checking out the gallery at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Yu-Gi-Oh! Nesting Dolls and other works at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Visitors looking at art around the display cases at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Obliterate and Ruby on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Cathy Catherine and Friends, Pharaoh Atem, and Yami Yugi on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Fluffal Mouse and other works in the background at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Visitors around Scary Yugi and other works at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

At the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC, fans and art connoisseurs with deep pockets could purchase any of the original pieces on display. (Well, almost any — not Kazuki Takahashi’s works.)

By the end of the first day, two pieces had already been sold. Can you guess what those first two pieces were?

Maybe one of the three-dimensional creations?

Like Duel Time, the plastic resin and wood sculpture made by Pretty in Plastic that greets all gallery visitors. (Price: $18,000.)

Close-up of the Duel Time sculpture at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Or Brad Albright’s wood and giclee print sculpture Millennium Puzzle, shown below right. (Price: $600.) This would look right at home in a game shop or any gaming-themed room.

Performapal Changeraffe and Millennium Puzzle on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Or Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon, a customized 8-inch Kidrobot Munny figure by Jared Flores. (Price: $1,000.)

Close-up of Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon figure on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

All of these three-dimensional works would be awesome to own.

But maybe the buyers preferred a two-dimensional piece.

How about an artsy take on an iconic character and monster, like Mark Borgion’s giclee print Summon the Sky Dragon? (Price: $600.)

Summon the Sky Dragon on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Or this large-scale canvas print of Chet Phillip’s Spellcaster? (No price given.) Brand new for this NYC show, it’s bigger than the screen printed version, and classier too, if you ask me.

Spellcaster large-scale canvas print on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

I bet contemporary art connoisseurs who frequent the Chelsea gallery district would be thrilled to own I’m In Love… With Dueling! by Dan Litzinger, pictured below center. (Price: $1,200.) This 36-by-48 inch acrylic-on-aluminum work takes its cues from Roy Lichtenstein and his famous Drowning Girl.

I'm In Love... With Dueling! and other works on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

But no, none of these were among the first two pieces to sell. That honor goes to Tiki of Greed and Hitotsu-Me Giant.

Tiki of Greed, pictured below center, comes from Carrie Ann Hudson, an illustrator and painter from San Diego, California. It is a work of ink and felt tip on paper and was priced at $600.

ABAKI, Tiki of Greed, and Hummingbird on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Tiki of Greed on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

Hitotsu-Me Giant, pictured below right, originated from the mind of Steve Dressler, a native New Yorker and a graduate of Parsons School of Design in Manhattan. It was first offered as a limited edition screen print at the Los Angeles art show.

King of Games, The Millennium Puzzle, and Hitotsu-Me Giant on display at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tribute Art Show NYC

The story behind the sale of Hitotsu-Me Giant is especially entertaining.

As described to me by someone who shan’t be named: On the evening of the first day of the exhibition, a drunk art critic and their friends found their way to the Yu-Gi-Oh! art show. The critic, who knew absolutely nothing about Yu-Gi-Oh!, took one look at Hitotsu-Me Giant and decided that they simply must have it. They were prepared to plop down a thousand or more dollars for original framed screen print, number 1/100. But fortunately for their wallet, the price was only $400. The critic’s friends, joining in on the excitement, all took home limited edition screen prints of Hitotsu-Me Giant for a comparatively cheap $50.

Congratulations to the buyers, whoever you are. Enjoy your piece of Yu-Gi-Oh! history!

More photos to come…

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