Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Manga Volume 7 Available Now

June 8, 2020 at 7:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment

Cover of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Volume 7, from VIZ Media, digital edition

Genesis Omega Dragon has awakened! And Yuya Sakaki and his personalities don’t have a lot of time left to stop it in this final graphic novel of VIZ Media’s Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V. The dueltainer takes one last bow in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Volume 7, “Arc of Destiny!!” which contains chapters 38 through 45. Released on June 2, it is available for a suggested retail price of $6.99 for the digital edition and $9.99 for the print edition.

Having learned the true motives of G.O.D., Yuya now faces the seemingly insurmountable task of sealing away G.O.D.’s powers. But G.O.D. tempts Yuya with the promise of a better life, one where the World Illusion never occurs and where he can live in peace with his family. With time running out for Yuya’s personalities, Yuya must make a momentous decision. Then, a newly augmented Reiji Akaba confronts Yuya, desiring control of the G.O.D. card. Yuya challenges the young president to an Action Duel for a battle that will resonate across all space and time.

This final volume of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V is super chunky — 280 pages — and is packed with extras. Readers will enjoy early design sketches of G.O.D.-Eyes Phantom Dragon and Divine Go-D/D/D Zero King Zero G.O.D. Reiji; four 4-panel comics about author Shin Yoshida, duel writer Masahiro Hikokubo, illustrator Naohito Miyoshi, and editor Takahiko Aikawa; three short bonus stories about Yuya and other characters; and an afterword from Miyoshi.

Readers who pick up the print version of the book will receive the card Go! – D/D/D Divine Zero King Rage, available as part of the book’s first print run while supplies last.

VIZ Media is one of the only manga publishers that has not delayed any of its print releases amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Yu-Gi-Oh! fans should have no problem finding this book at mass market retailers thanks to the reliability of VIZ’s book trade distributor, Simon & Schuster.

But those who prefer to shop at independent comic book stores and other specialty stores may or may not find the book in stock. These stores buy predominantly from Diamond Comic Distributors, which shut down in late March due to the pandemic and only just resumed deliveries to the direct market on May 20.

Of course, the digital release is always ready to be enjoyed on all major e-book platforms.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Manga Volume 6 Available Now

Yu-Gi-Oh! Streaming Roundup, March 2020: Hulu, Netflix, YouTube

March 31, 2020 at 8:00 pm | Posted in 5D's, ARC-V, Duel Monsters, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Pharaoh Atem on his throne, angry at Bandit King Bakura in episode 202

March was a great month for Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V as season 3 of the English dub found another new home — Hulu. The U.S.-based subscription VOD network is now one of three platforms to host the entire series in English; the other two are Amazon Prime and Kidoodle.TV. If you’re looking for the Japanese version instead, Crunchyroll has you covered.

Bad news for fans of classic Yu-Gi-Oh!. Today, Netflix removed seasons 4 and 5 of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters while sparing the first three seasons. The network originally added seasons 3, 4, and 5 exactly two years ago. You can still find the full English-dubbed series on YUGIOH.com, Crunchyroll, Tubi, and other services.

Between March 23 and 31, the official Yu-Gi-Oh! YouTube channel live streamed the first five episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s non-stop. Over 430,000 duelists dropped by to see the action, which ended this morning. Were you one of them? If you like what you saw and want to watch the rest for free, Yusei is waiting for you on YUGIOH.com, Crunchyroll, and Tubi.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Streaming Roundup, February 2020: Kidoodle.TV, STARZ

March 1, 2020 at 6:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, The Dark Side of Dimensions, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V in the Kidoodle.TV app

Aside from Hulu’s removal and reinstatement of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, February brought two other updates to the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime franchise.

On February 13, Konami announced that it had partnered with Kidoodle.TV to carry all three English-dubbed seasons of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V. Kidoodle.TV, pictured above, is a free video streaming platform for children ages 12 and under. It is supported by COPPA-compliant advertising and provides parents with controls to limit and monitor their child’s screen time. It is available on iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and various connected TVs.

February 29 was the final day for Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions on STARZ. The premium cable network, along with its partner platforms like Hulu and Amazon that offered STARZ content, have since removed the movie from their services. STARZ picked up the movie in April 2018. It is still streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V is Back on Hulu

February 3, 2020 at 8:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment

Yuya Sakaki smiling after learning that Gong qualified for the Arc League Championship in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 40

Is this the quickest disappearance and return of a show on Hulu ever? After a day of banishment, Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V is back on Hulu. All of the English-dubbed episodes from seasons 1 and 2 that were removed yesterday are available for your enjoyment once again. Phew!

Hulu Removes Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

February 2, 2020 at 3:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment

Yuya Sakaki appearing disappointed while he looks at a card in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 40

Hulu removed Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V from its catalog earlier today. Seasons 1 and 2 of the English-dubbed anime joined the popular streaming network two years ago, on February 1, 2018.

The first two seasons of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V are still streaming for free on Tubi TV. Subscribers of Netflix can also catch the same two seasons on its platform.

Meanwhile, Amazon Prime members are blessed with the entire series on its network — including season 3.

Crunchyroll continues to host the full series in Japanese with English subtitles.

Update (February 3): Nevermind! Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V has already returned to Hulu!

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V in VIZ’s Fall 2019 SJ Jump Pack

October 30, 2019 at 9:00 am | Posted in ARC-V, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V manga panel in the Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack and Destiny Draw promo card

It’s the beginning of a new era for the print edition of VIZ Media’s biannual Jump Pack Shonen Jump magazine. Gone are the old Weekly Shonen Jump name and logo that it had shared with the discontinued digital magazine of the same name. Starting with this Fall 2019 issue, the print magazine uses the same bright yellow Shonen Jump logo adopted by VIZ’s revamped Shonen Jump service, which launched in December 2018. The design of the magazine elements have also changed to match the bold, retro look of the logo, which this issue says was inspired by the original Japanese Shonen Jump logo.

One thing that has remained constant, though, is the presence of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V as a cornerstone of this magazine. The manga included in this issue are:

  • Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, chapter 7
  • My Hero Academia, chapter 8
  • Dragon Ball Super, chapter 5
  • World Trigger, chapter 1

The appearance of the magazine isn’t the only thing that has changed; its Yu-Gi-Oh! promotional contents are also different. Readers can bid farewell to Master Duels. The Fall 2019 issue is all about Speed Duels — the real-life incarnation of the dueling seen in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links and Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS that launched at the beginning of 2019 — and features a write-up that introduces the game and its products. It even includes a special promo card that was awarded as a prize at a Speed Dueling Yu-Gi-Oh! Day event back in April.

The full list of extras included with this issue are as follows:

  • An Ultra Rare Destiny Draw Yu-Gi-Oh! Speed Duel card (YDPR-ENS01).
  • A coupon for one free Yu-Gi-Oh! Starter Deck, redeemable at your nearest Official Tournament Store (OTS). You can use this to get any Starter Deck — for Master Duels and Speed Duels.
  • A Speed Duel fold-out game guide. Measuring approximately 9 by 23.5 inches, it contains a Speed Duel field adorned with Dark Magician and Blue-Eyes White Dragon on one side and the rules of the game on the other.
  • An 11-card Speed Duel demo deck that accompanies the guide.
  • A promo code for a free two-month membership for VIZ Media’s digital Shonen Jump, home to 10,000+ chapters — including every Yu-Gi-Oh! manga series.

The Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack is on sale right now for $10.99 at Scholastic book fairs throughout the United States. Thousands of schools across the country host the book fair, which serve as fundraising endeavors for the schools. Everyone is welcome to shop there, so why not search for your nearest book fair, pick up some great manga and Yu-Gi-Oh! promos, and support a local school?

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V in VIZ’s Spring 2019 WSJ Jump Pack

Cover of VIZ Media's Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack

Table of contents of the Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack

Yu-Gi-Oh! Speed Duel cards and extras included with the Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack

Yu-Gi-Oh! Speed Duel article in the Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack

Close-up of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Speed Duel Destiny Draw Skill card promo included with the Shonen Jump Fall 2019 Jump Pack

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Manga Volume 6 Available Now

September 9, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment

Cover of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Volume 6, from VIZ Media, digital edition

The endgame is near for Yuya Sakaki and his friends in the newest graphic novel of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V from VIZ Media. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Volume 6, “Challenge the Legends!!,” includes chapters 32 through 37, which were originally simulpubbed in Weekly Shonen Jump, along with some bonus content. Released on September 3, it is available for a suggested retail price of $6.99 for the digital edition and $9.99 for the print.

Things get serious for Yuya in this volume when he at last meets Eve for a duel to seize the G.O.D. card and to put an end to her twisted ways. Amid the stressors of battle, Yuya learns the reality of his past and his other personalities. He’s going to need all of their help if he hopes to defeat Eve and the legendary monsters that have traveled with her across time and space. Meanwhile, Reiji Akaba encounters Adam, who reveals the truth about the power of the Adam Factor.

As he does in previous books, illustrator Naohito Miyoshi offers some neat design sketches and commentary about his creations as extras in between each chapter. Getting the spotlight in this volume are D/D/D Destiny King Zero Laplace, Timelord Progenitor Vorpgate, No. XX Infinity Dark Hope, and Genesis Omega Dragon. Miyoshi also comments on having to make “a lot of corrections,” which took a real toll on him. Nevertheless, he thanks the readers for their help.

Picking up the print edition of this volume also nets you an Ultra Rare copy of Eve’s Timelord Progenitor Vorpgate card, available while supplies last.

Speaking of Eve, she is looking good posing with G.O.D. (isn’t this a bit of a spoiler?) on the cover of this book. Is anyone else a little surprised to see that Eve doesn’t have white hair? She looks a less like a mystical interdimensional space-time traveler and more like a…normal person.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Manga Volume 5 Available Now

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 3 DVD Box Set Available Now

September 2, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments

Yuya Sakaki plushie hiding behind Cinedigm's Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 3 DVD box set

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V’s home videos have come to an end with the release of season 3 on DVD by Cinedigm. This box set contains the final 49 episodes of the English-dubbed anime, which ran on Nicktoons from January through December of 2018. This Labor Day holiday, why not take a moment to relax with Yuya and his friends one more time as they venture to the Xyz Dimension to try to save their universe?

Cinedigm’s Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 3 box was released last Tuesday, August 27, and contains two volumes, each with three DVD discs. You can find this region 1 set for a suggested retail price of $44.99 at your favorite retailer.

This is the first English-language home video product that is branded with Konami’s logo instead of 4K Media’s since the company’s renaming earlier this year.

Cover of Cinedigm's Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 3 DVD box set

What Happened to the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Blu-ray Releases?

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 1 was the first time any Yu-Gi-Oh! TV series received a high-definition Blu-ray release. Its BD and DVD debuted alongside each other in September 2016. What has happened since then?

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 2 was originally slated to see both a BD and DVD release on May 8, 2018. But only the DVD ended up being released on that date. According to retailers I spoke to, the BD release was postponed to June 5, and then again to June 26. Worse yet, the release changed from a typical pressed BD to a print-on-demand BD-R product that cost $89.99, which not all retailers could even order from their wholesaler. And although June 26 was the official street date, few retailers acquired the product in advance, which meant that unless you pre-ordered the set, you were in for a long wait as the discs were made.

And now, Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 3 has no BD release at all.

While no one has issued a statement about this loss, it’s not hard to hypothesize what happened. Ultimately, this only reinforces the imperativeness of pre-ordering a video product that you really want, especially if it is a niche title like this Yu-Gi-Oh! spin-off.

It’s not the end of the world though, because season 3 can still be purchased in high definition from all of the usual digital video platforms, like Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and PlayStation Store.

As of this writing, Cinedigm has not responded to a request for comment about the lack of a Blu-ray release for season 3.

Digital Manga Sale: $2 Off All Yu-Gi-Oh! Volumes on All Platforms

August 13, 2019 at 9:00 am | Posted in 5D's, ARC-V, Duel Monsters, GX, Series 1, Yu-Gi-Oh!, ZEXAL | Leave a comment

VIZ Media's Yu-Gi-Oh! digital sale August 2019 ad on comiXology

It’s time to d-d-d-d-d-download some volumes of Yu-Gi-Oh! manga! This week, VIZ Media is putting every Yu-Gi-Oh! volume on sale on every major e-book platform. All 75 volumes currently available, from Kazuki Takahashi’s original Yu-Gi-Oh! story to the latest Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V volume, is $4.99 — that’s $2 off the regular price of $6.99 (and half off the $9.99 price of a printed book!).

Check VIZ’s website for links to buy each volume:

This sale starts today, August 13, and ends on August 19. The discount applies to all books sold on VIZ’s app/website, comiXology, Google Play Books, Apple Books, Kindle (Amazon), and Nook (Barnes & Noble).

Keep an eye on VIZ’s digital sale page for new manga deals every week.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Scale 45: ‘Arc of Destiny!!’

April 19, 2019 at 11:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments

Yuya Sakaki and Reiji Akaba running toward an Action Card and seeing a vision of their family members in Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V manga chapter 45

Yuya Sakaki and Reiji Akaba are simultaneously hit by effect damage, dropping both their life points to 100. Neither has any cards remaining in his hand or on his field. The duel’s onlookers are awestruck by this turn of events. Yuya takes his turn, drawing Odd-Eyes Phantom Dragon…but he can’t use it.

In the corner of their eyes, the two duelists spot a way out. Tucked in the middle of a grassy field a few dozen feet away from them was their last hope — an Action Card.

Yuya and Akaba immediately bolt in its direction, charging at full speed toward their key to victory. As they near the card, sweat pouring from their tired faces, Yuya quips that the young president is enjoying this Action Duel. Not so, retorts Akaba. But Yuya remains cheerful. He reminds the president that they are two of a kind, the only ones from their world. They — and their loved ones — are connected by the arc of destiny, says Yuya. The two of them envisage their fathers, Yuto, Yugo, and Yuri standing behind the card.

The dueling pair dive headfirst toward the card. As they collapse on the ground, Yuya touches the card first. It’s an Action Spell, Mini Bomb, and it deals 100 points of damage to Akaba.

The young president grins, then flops on his back. He laughs loudly. Yuya joins his laughter and lies down beside him. Staring up at the stars, Akaba admits that he hasn’t run like that in years and that he enjoyed it. He tells Yuya to do what he must do.

Yuya stands up. The Genesis Omega Dragon card slowly descends from the sky and lands in his hand.

“This power toyed with our fates. We don’t need a card like that,” says Yuya, tearing it to shreds.

Suddenly, the ground starts to shake and the Adam Factor tree begins to disintegrate, leaving only a narrow platform for everyone to stand. A colossal circular gate appears where the tree once stood. It’s the same gate that Adam saw. Yuya, Akaba, and the onlookers watch as the gate opens up, revealing a ring-shaped entrance.

As the ground continues to quake, Yuzu calls out to Yuya from a distance. Yuya tells her not to come any closer, that the area is unsafe. He apologizes for not being able to teach at her school and says that he has to leave because he’s not part of this world. Yuzu says she’ll go with him, but Yuya rejects her offer. It could be dangerous. Tears begin to well up in her eyes.

“But, I want to know you better,” Yuzu pleads. “Yuya, I lo–”

“Yuzu,” interrupts Yuya. “We’re sure to meet again. That is our destiny!” Yuya tosses her his ace, the Odd-Eyes Phantom Dragon card.

Akaba looks at Shingo Sawatari and Shun Kurosaki. He thanks them for serving him and wishes them well, telling them that they should leave.

Isaac and Ren tell Sora Shiunin that he should leave too. Yuya says that Shiunin will be okay, that Shiunin has allies in this world. Sawatari and Kurosaki smile.

Yuya Sakaki, Reiji Akaba, Isaac, and Ren walk toward the gate, ready to take on whatever challenges lie beyond it. They vow to find and defeat the creator of G.O.D. A blinding light emanates from the ring as they enter it. The ground continues to rumble more and more violently as their friends escape the crumbling Antarctic base.

Much later, Yuzu is standing on a ledge on the outskirts of Maiami City. It’s springtime and the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, their petals dancing in the wind. She is holding Yuya’s Odd-Eyes, wondering if she will ever see him again. Then, she hears a voice nearby.

“Ladies and gentlemen!!” it calls out. She approaches the voice and sees a young man wearing a fancy coattail and top hat and carrying a cane.

“Who are you?” asks Yuzu.

“I’m the world’s first Dueltainer!” he laughs. “I’m Yusho Sakaki!”


Yuya, Reiji, you got me. This is definitely not how I expected the duel to end. I don’t know how to articulate my expectations; I guess it’s one of those “I know a great duel when I see it” situations. But for these two heavily wounded duelists to have to make a mad scramble toward an Action Card in their final desperate moment — it’s just so wonderfully absurd and unpredictable.

And yet, I feel satisfied by the outcome. Relieved, even. Because how do you top a dueling situation where G.O.D.s — literal divine beings who manipulate time and space in Yuya and Reiji’s world — reign supreme? Is there any play that Yuya or Reiji can make that puts him above what has already transpired? Is there anywhere higher that either of them can actually go?

Ultimately, this story is not about power, or the divine, or skillful plays, or any of that, is it? No. From the very beginning of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Yuya has been the embodiment of Dueltaining. And even though his perilous journey has brought him face to face with enemies who have mocked this ideal, turned his life upside down, and sought to destroy the lives of others, Yuya has never forgotten his entertainment dueling.

So where does this essence of Yuya’s dueling stand now that the G.O.D.s have laid waste to this game and its two players? Is there any hope for a Dueltainer to survive in such circumstances? Of course there is, and Yuya not only survives, he laughs in the faces of the G.O.D.s. After all, making people smile is the mission of a Dueltainer.

A deus ex machina that trumps even the gods themselves — thy name is Mini Bomb. And only Yuya could have tapped into its fantastic power.

So what’s next for Yuya and his new allies? Of course a part of me wants to spend more time with him and see what lies beyond the gate. At the same time, I understand that Yuya has performed his greatest show, so it’s best to let him go now, while he is standing tall at the pinnacle of Dueltaining. The origin of G.O.D. will remain an arcane matter for us common folk.

How about that final scene though? Wow. Even though Yuzu is never more than a supporting character once the story gets heavy, there’s always been an air of importance about her since the early chapters. This is hinted by Yugo, Yuto, and Yuri, who recognize her in chapter 10. At first, I thought she might have a connection to the Eve Factor, putting me on edge as I eagerly awaited the reveal.

But learning the truth in the end caused me to choke up as I held back my tears. Yuya, who has suffered so immensely and lost so many people in his life, had the support and companionship of his own mother this entire time. Even though he was a stranger in another world, always on the run as he searched for answers, Yuya was never truly alone. He had his brothers in his subconscious and his mother by his side. It’s so wonderful to learn this as a reader, but it’s also bittersweet because Yuya himself was unaware of it for so long. This just makes Yuya even more precious to me.

What’s the story behind Odd-Eyes Phantom Dragon? Where did this card come from? It’s my belief that when Yuya gave it to Yuzu, he triggered an anomaly in space-time, which manifested as a blinding light that radiated from the card and knocked Yuzu out. Presumably, an older Yuzu will later give this card to her young son, Yuya, making it an object that has no true origin. But that’s all right. It is, after all, a Phantom Dragon.

Yes, I’m aware there are more paradoxical consequences to Yuzu’s reveal, but let’s just ignore all of these and relish the moment, okay? Hahaha.

Following Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V: My Journey

When I first read Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V three years and eight months ago, I immediately knew it was something special. The first chapter completely drew me in with its marvelous and fun storytelling and attractive characters. Not only that, but the series was also being released simultaneously with Japan. Yes, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL was simulpubbed too, but that simulpub did not start at the beginning of the series, and many people won’t pick up an ongoing manga simulpub midway.

But Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V was the first Yu-Gi-Oh! series ever to be simultaneous with Japan from the get-go. That made it special. At the time, the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V anime had not premiered here in the U.S. and I yearned for new Yu-Gi-Oh! content. This simulpub and its amazing story filled that gap. After finishing the first chapter, I knew I had to do something to let the world know about it. So I did the only thing I know how to do — write about it.

Zac Bertschy, the executive editor of Anime News Network, once said in an episode of the ANNCast podcast that people like reading manga, not reading about manga. Although his statement was an explanation for his website’s dearth of manga coverage, it speaks to the greater challenges of encouraging others to try new manga.

Yu-Gi-Oh! is already a niche property. How does one incite others to explore a Yu-Gi-Oh! manga — a niche of a niche?

I didn’t want to review the manga. I don’t like reading reviews of media, so I certainly didn’t want to write one. So what could I do? I decided to tell the story of the manga as a narrative, highlighting what I thought were the most fun and captivating parts, then follow it up with some comments about my feelings. I knew this was a complete departure from what I normally write about on this website and I only intended to do it for the first chapter. But I enjoyed it so much that I decided to continue every month. Doing so helped me practice my writing skills and gave me the opportunity to write in a style that I don’t usually use. But more importantly, I wanted to promote this simulpub in any way possible.

So if a single person out there decided to pick up Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V because of something I wrote — or decided to pick up any manga at all since, let’s face it, I’m not shy about advocating the greatness that is this medium — then I thank you.

Of course nowadays, the barrier to entry for following the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V simulpub is nonexistent thanks to the global reach of MANGA Plus by Shueisha. VIZ Media’s new Shonen Jump for English-speaking markets is an unbeatable deal as well. Let’s hope these platforms continue to simulpub whatever Yu-Gi-Oh! manga comes next.

Until then, keep reading and supporting manga!

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Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, Scale 45: “Arc of Destiny!!” is available now for free in VIZ Media’s Shonen Jump (web, Android, iOS) and in MANGA Plus by SHUEISHA (web, Android, iOS).

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Also available now:
– Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Volume 5

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