English-dubbed episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s and Yu-Gi-Oh! GX are at last available on Crunchyroll to viewers in the United States, announced the anime streaming platform today. (Note: See update below.) Both series had long been available worldwide on CR except to the U.S., Italian-speaking Europe, and most of Asia.
With this announcement, Crunchyroll also added season 3 of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL (episodes 99 through 146), completing the series. ZEXAL is still not available to the U.S., Italian-speaking Europe, and most of Asia.
(News from Crunchyroll.)
Update (March 26): Crunchyroll edited its news post. Originally, it announced that Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s and ZEXAL were available to U.S. viewers. However, ZEXAL has now been replaced by GX. Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, including the newly added third season, is not available to the U.S. I’ve updated this post to include the correct information.
Earlier this year, Shueisha’s V Jump magazine asked Yu-Gi-Oh! fans in Japan which duels they loved the most in each of the five Yu-Gi-Oh! series. An online poll was conducted and the results were published in print last week in V Jump and online today on V Jump’s website. Let’s see which duels topped the charts!
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters:
- Episode 221 – The Last Duel of Destiny – Yami Yugi (Atem) vs. Yugi Muto (7673 votes)
- Episode 129 – The Sky Coliseum – Yugi vs. Kaiba (2975 votes)
- Episode 065 – Marik Makes His Move – God Combo – Yugi vs. Marik (1614 votes)
- Episode 125 – The Semifinal Match of Darkness – Jonouchi vs. Marik (1347 votes)
- Episode 160 – The Runaway Train Duel – Yugi vs. Insector Haga (1189 votes)
- Episode 167 – Thank-You Duel! Cronos vs. the Original Drop-Out Boy – Judai vs. Cronos (4233 votes)
- Episode 179 – Farewell, Judai! The Tearful Graduation Ceremony – Judai vs. Yugi (3783 votes)
- Episode 147 – The Battle of Destiny! Cyber Art vs. Crystal Beasts – Johan (Yubel) vs. Ryo (2964 votes)
- Episode 034 – Steamed Comfort! Blue-Eyes White Dragon – Judai vs. Kaibaman (1550 votes)
- Episode 153 – Battle of Chosen Cards! Elemental HEROs Versus Yubel – Judai vs. Yubel (1492 votes)
- Episode 152 – Future That Should be Traveled – Yusei vs. Jack (4969 votes)
- Episode 023 – The Final Game, Heart Hidden Under the Mask – Yusei vs. Aki (4270 votes)
- Episode 147 – Hope Toward the Future! – Z-ONE vs. Aporia (3337 votes)
- Episode 144 – Beginning of Demise – Battle for the Future! – Yusei vs. Antinomy (2576 votes)
- Episode 054 – Last Duel! Team Satisfaction – Yusei vs. Kyosuke (1263 votes)
- Episode 144 – The Ceremonial Battle!! Yuma vs. Astral (3784 votes)
- Episode 097 – Countdown to Defeat! The Terror of Deck Destruction – Yuma vs. Vector, Shark vs. Durbe, Kaito vs. Mizael (2829 votes)
- Episode 135 – The Future is in This Hand! The Climax of the Galaxy Showdown!! – Kaito vs. Mizael (2719 votes)
- Episode 124 – The Seven Barian Emperors! Soldiers of the Crimson World!! – Nash vs. IV (2501 votes)
- Episode 141 – The End of Chaos – The Deadly Final Hope Sword Slash – Yuma & Nash vs. Don Thousand (2182 votes)
- Episode 033 – Future City Heartland – Shun vs. Sora (3729 votes)
- Episode 031 – Roaring Whirlwind – Yosen Lost Tornado! – Yuya vs. Shingo (3325 votes)
- Episode 096 – Borrowed Words – Yuya vs. Jack (2220 votes)
- Episode 050 – Lancers – The Chosen Warriors – Yuya vs. Reiji (1597 votes)
- Episode 110 – Torn Smile World – Yuya vs. Edo (1399 votes)
These duels will air on TV during TV Tokyo’s Yu-Gi-Oh! 20th Selection program.
Did your favorite duel make the cut?
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Attention buyers of Manga Entertainment UK’s November 21 release of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Season 1 on DVD: the publisher is issuing a recall of this product due to a manufacturing problem. Disc 2 in Volume 1 of the box set includes episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s instead of GX. You can return the product to your place of purchase for a full refund. A corrected printing will be available “in a few weeks’ time,” says Manga UK.
Three cheers for 4K Media (Konami) and Crunchyroll, who today released the final episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX subbed. Episodes 156 through 180 — the almost mythical Darkness story arc that would have made up season 4 had it received an English dub from 4Kids — are now officially available for the first time ever to all viewers outside Asia.
My Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX – SUBBED Episodes page has been updated with links to the new videos. Congratulations and thanks go out to 4K Media, Crunchyroll, and the translator and editors for completing and publishing another Yu-Gi-Oh! series uncut in Japanese with English subtitles!
– Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Subbed – Episodes 105-155 Complete
Today, Crunchyroll reached another major milestone with its Yu-Gi-Oh! GX subtitled videos: the completion of episodes 105 through 155! The Dimension World story arc is now available to all viewers outside Asia in all its uncut, Japanese-language glory with English subs. This arc corresponds to season 3 of 4Kids’ English dub, which ended at episode 155.
Next week, Crunchyroll will enter new territory with the first-ever official release of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 156 for Western audiences. What will become of Judai, and what dark new enemy awaits the students of Duel Academia? Don’t forget to add this anime to your CR queue, and get ready for the fourth and final story arc of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX!
I’ve updated my page dedicated to subbed Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX episodes with all of the latest links.
– Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Subbed – Episodes 53-104 Complete
The celebration of the 20th anniversary of Yu-Gi-Oh! continues in Japan with Yu-Gi-Oh! 20th Selection, an upcoming anime series that will replay the “best” duels from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, GX, 5D’s, and ZEXAL series.
The first episode will premiere on TV Tokyo on September 7 at 2:05 am JST with the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters episode “Resurrection of the Great Evil God Zorc” (episode 215). TV Tokyo’s sister stations will also carry the show during their own late-night time slots.
TV Tokyo opened a website (in Japanese) for the series yesterday.
For those keeping count, there will soon be a total of four separate Yu-Gi-Oh! series airing on TV Tokyo every week: Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: 20th Remaster; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: Battle City Arc; and now, Yu-Gi-Oh! 20th Selection.
Another free Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! manga campaign from Shueisha is underway again! To celebrate the premiere of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions this past Saturday, the publisher is letting readers peruse four volumes of the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Color Edition, as well as the first volume of Yu-Gi-Oh! R, GX, 5D’s, and ZEXAL — all for free through May 9.
This time, the free books are not available on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ platform, and most of the good e-book platforms advertised, like Amazon Kindle, are not accessible outside Japan. The best one that does work is probably eBookJapan, and while it’s not perfect (the zoom feature is kind of awkward), it’ll do in a pinch. Here is what’s available:
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Color Edition, Volume 1
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Color Edition, Volume 5
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Color Edition, Volume 10
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Color Edition, Volume 19
- Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Volume 1
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Volume 1
- Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s, Volume 1
- Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, Volume 1
This free Yu-Gi-Oh! manga campaign is part of Shueisha’s “Haruman!! 2016” Spring Digital Manga Festival, which has been running since mid-March. The event offers readers the opportunity to check out over 130 manga for free for a limited time. Visit eBookJapan’s Haruman!! 2016 page to see the titles currently available and click the button labeled 無料で読む (Read For Free) to take a look at any of the books. There are a lot of neat series that are already published in English, like Nana, Seraph of the End, and Nisekoi, but there are also tons that aren’t!
Update: Ah, looks like the free Yu-Gi-Oh! books are available on Shonen Jump+ after all. Hooray!
Congratulations go out to 4K Media (Konami) and Crunchyroll, who today released the final episodes of the Society of Light story arc of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX subbed. Episodes 53 through 104 are now available in Japanese with English subs to all viewers outside Asia, Italy, San Marino, and Vatican City. These episodes correspond to season 2 of the English dub.
The next story arc — Dimension World — has already begun with episode 105, a recap of Judai’s adventures during his previous semesters. Don’t forget to add Yu-Gi-Oh! GX to your queue so you’ll always know when new episodes are uploaded!
Check my Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX – SUBBED Episodes page for a handy list of all of the episodes released thus far.
– Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Subbed – Episodes 1-52 Complete
It’s time to wrap up your collection of 4Kids’ English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX! Cinedigm today added the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Season 3 DVD box set to its catalog with a March 8 street date. The set will include episodes 105 through 155 on three 2-disc DVD volumes published on Cinedigm’s Flatiron Film Company label. The suggested retail price is $44.99.
Just as with the season 2 box set, this release from Cinedigm marks the first time that season 3 of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX will get a home video release in region 1 territory. The individual volumes of this set are not available for sale separately.
Crunchyroll has reached a milestone today in its subtitled Yu-Gi-Oh! GX releases! The anime streaming website has completed episodes 1 through 52 of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX subbed, taking viewers through the first story arc of the series — the Seven Stars — which corresponds to season 1 of the English dub. Keep supporting this uncut, Japanese-language anime and don’t forget to add it to your CR queue so you’ll always get word of the newest episodes each week!
For a list of the available videos, check out my Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX – Subbed Episodes page.
Crunchyroll began releasing the series on August 1 earlier this year after announcing its plans at Anime Expo in July.