Coming Soon: Yu-Gi-Oh! Cereal, Halloween Costumes, Loot Anime Crate

June 6, 2019 at 1:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 3 Comments
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Blue-Eyes White Dragon Berry Blast Yu-Gi-Oh! cereal box from FYE

Konami Cross Media NY made a slew of Yu-Gi-Oh! licensing and merchandise announcements at the annual Licensing Expo trade show this week in Las Vegas, including some new takes on old childhood favorites.

This month, FYE will launch an in-house line of Yu-Gi-Oh! products, starting with the Blue-Eyes White Dragon Yu-Gi-Oh! cereal pictured above, which goes up for pre-order today. The entertainment specialty retailer will also carry Yu-Gi-Oh! chocolate bars and apparel merchandise.

Yu-Gi-Oh! will soon be making a triumphant return to the popular subscription box service Loot Crate. The company has signed on to bring exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh!-branded items to its Loot Anime line, which features mystery crates for anime and manga enthusiasts. Yu-Gi-Oh! last appeared in the March 2016 Loot Anime crate, which contained a pair of Millennium Puzzle socks from apparel maker Bioworld.

Pop culture retailer Fun.com and its sister site HalloweenCostumes.com are already prepping for the Halloween shopping season. The company will debut a Yu-Gi-Oh! character costume line, which will be available for purchase worldwide (excluding Asia). Fun.com already makes its own anime costumes from series like Dragon Ball, Attack on Titan, and Sailor Moon.

Dark attribute black steel dog tag and Dark Magician silhouette pendant from Tioneer Jewelry

Personalized jewelry maker Tioneer continues to roll out new Yu-Gi-Oh! products. Since debuting its Yu-Gi-Oh! line in December 2018, Tioneer has expanded its offerings with the Black Metal series, which features solid white designs atop pure black stainless steel rings, pendants, and money clips; and the Shadow series, which showcases the silhouettes of popular monsters.

“There’s a stronger presence for Yu-Gi-Oh! at the retail level thanks to the growing popularity of anime and the fact that anime is more accessible to fans than ever before in today’s streaming marketplace,” said Jennifer Coleman, VP of licensing and marketing at Konami Cross Media NY, in a release. “We are excited to be working with these new licensees to establish a wider assortment of product offerings for the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand.”

(News from Konami Cross Media NY)

More High-End Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectibles Coming Soon

June 3, 2019 at 9:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yugi facing Kaiba and Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon in episode 134

First 4 Figures isn’t the only company with a Yu-Gi-Oh! resin statue license. Several more companies — including both veterans and newcomers to the high-end collectibles market — have inked new deals with Konami to produce Yu-Gi-Oh! goods at higher price points, with some collectibles expected to sell for several hundred dollars.

Tsume Art, based in Luxembourg, will offer a Yu-Gi-Oh! resin statue to fans all around the world (excluding Asia). Founded in 2010, Tsume has crafted dozens of premium statues from well-known anime properties. Some of its recent creations include Broly from Dragon Ball, Trafalgar Law from One Piece, Natsu from Fairy Tail, and Sailor Moon.

Taka Corp Studio, a new company founded in late 2018 in France, has a sculpted Yu-Gi-Oh! bust in the works, which will be available for sale throughout Europe. The company’s website is currently blank, but its Facebook page shows its debut product to be a 1/1 scale resin bust of Hisoka from Hunter x Hunter. Taka Corp printed a prototype of this bust a few months ago and will soon offer it for pre-order. It is also planning a 1/6 scale statue of Hiei from Yu Yu Hakusho and a statue line for Kuroko’s Basketball.

In the France and Monaco markets, Kitsune Statue will sell a resin statue of Seto Kaiba with Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon. Kitsune was founded in November 2017 and is based in France. Its only product thus far is a 1/6 scale statue of Diane from The Seven Deadly Sins, which is currently in the pre-order stage. The company also has licenses for Zetman and the manga Sun-Ken Rock.

If limited-edition resin statues are too rich for your blood, don’t worry, Zag Toys has you covered. The toy manufacturer based in Orangeburg, New York, will launch a line of Yu-Gi-Oh! Domez collectibles worldwide (excluding Asia). Domez are miniature figures that are each housed under a plastic dome casing. There are Domez toys for anime series like Digimon, Sailor Moon, My Hero Academia, and more.

Look for these Yu-Gi-Oh! collectibles online and in retail stores beginning this month.

(News from Konami Cross Media NY)

First 4 Figures April Roundup: Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Dark Magician Completely Redesigned

April 30, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Kaiba and Blue-Eyes White Dragon facing off against Yugi and Dark Magician in episode 132

It might be a little while longer before First 4 Figures unveils its Yu-Gi-Oh! products, but not without good reason. This month, the high-end statue maker revealed that its top-polling Yu-Gi-Oh! monster, Blue-Eyes White Dragon, has been redesigned from the ground up. This follows the company’s announcement in March that Dark Magician, too, would be redesigned. These decisions were made despite having already received approval for both monsters’ original sculpts.

Very little was known in the first place about Blue-Eyes’s original design. F4F’s CEO, Alex Davis, offered a tease back in January, but he has since stated that he was unhappy with that design.

In F4F’s April 5 Q&A live stream, Davis, responding to a fan question about the status of the Yu-Gi-Oh! sculpts, proclaimed that he “Cracked it!”

“Was absolutely kicking my arse. Absolutely kicking my arse,” continued Davis. “Went back to the drawing board. Actually submitted it and had approval to go to print. […] And I said, ‘Hold it back, bring it back. Let’s revisit this. I’m still not feeling it.’ Today, I cracked Blue-Eyes. Cracked it.”

Then, while looking at before and after images of Blue-Eyes’s design (which were not shown to the stream’s viewers), Davis proceeded to explain the changes to the stream’s co-host, F4F marketing head Tsoek “Chockles” Cheung. Unfortunately for viewers, Davis was intentionally vague with his descriptions, making statements like “This silhouette was a better silhouette than that one there,” and “We’ve got to avoid this, so why don’t we make this, instead of straight, make it more angled down.”

“The wing is growing out of the head so it doesn’t look good as a silhouette,” said Davis about the previous design. “I was like, I really hate this angle ’cause this bend in the wing really looks naff as hell from this angle. You can’t tell from the front but this angle looks terrible.”

Davis’s nebulous descriptions continued for four minutes. At one point, he even muted the microphone as he continued to explain the updated sculpt to Chockles.

Surprisingly, the biggest clue about Blue-Eyes’s redesign came at this point. While speaking, Davis made a hand gesture in front of his mouth, then extended his arm in a straight line away from his face.

Alex Davis making a hand gesture while describing Blue-Eyes White Dragon's design

What could that be? Could he be incorporating a White Lightning (Burst Stream of Destruction) attack effect with the Blue-Eyes statue? Is this a component that you would like to see with the statue?

After a minute, Davis turned the mic back on. “Cracked it. The Dark Magician, also cracked that,” he said. “What was approved, I feel was, now looking back at it, was super weak. Now that I think about it, lame. Changed it.”

F4F’s live streams during the rest of the month reiterated the same information. On April 12 and April 19, Davis again spoke about how pleased he was with the new Blue-Eyes and Dark Magician designs. And on April 26, Davis stated that they “have not been approved but the designs are just night and day from what they used to look like.”

With Davis’s standards as high as they are, F4F’s Yu-Gi-Oh! products can’t come soon enough.

Previously:
First 4 Figures March Roundup: More Dark Magician Design Talk

First 4 Figures March Roundup: More Dark Magician Design Talk

March 31, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Early render of Dark Magician's neutral face by First 4 Figures

As far as Yu-Gi-Oh! news goes, March was a slow month for high-end statue maker First 4 Figures, with CEO Alex Davis posting only one Yu-Gi-Oh!-related discussion the entire month. And even that didn’t last very long.

Following his February announcement that he wanted to redesign and resubmit Dark Magician for approval, Davis asked the F4F Official Collectors Club on March 20 for input on part of its new design. Davis shared a rendering of Dark Magician with a neutral face, seen above.

“Working on face before expression — what do you guys think!?!” asked Davis.

The image generated a variety of opinions. Some fans thought Dark Magician’s facial features looked too soft and said that he should have a more prominent chin. Others asked for more texture in his hair. Still others thought he looked great just as he was.

Regardless, the discussion thread vanished a day later with no warning or explanation from Davis.

In F4F’s weekly Q&A live stream on March 22, one fan asked Davis if there was any Yu-Gi-Oh! news to share. “Working on some stuff. We did a Dark Magician post the other day,” he replied, acknowledging the discussion; he did not elaborate further. Another fan asked Davis what happened to the face discussion and if he had made any decision about how he’d proceed. “Yeah we got into a bit of a — heh heh, uhh, whoopsies!” Davis responded quizzically.

Whatever ended up happening, Dark Magician remains in the works, but without any more input from fans.

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First 4 Figures February Roundup: Dark Magician Design Talk

First 4 Figures February Roundup: Dark Magician Design Talk

February 28, 2019 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Arkana's and Yugi's Dark Magician facing off in episode 61

Have you joined the First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club on Facebook yet? This past month, F4F’s CEO Alex Davis turned to the group members for advice with a peculiar Yu-Gi-Oh! monster design. He also dropped a product announcement during one of the company’s weekly Q&A live streams! Here’s a roundup of what’s new with the statue maker in February.

On February 5, Davis asked the F4F OCC about Dark Magician’s hat, pointing out that there are some inconsistencies in its design in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime. “[D]oes he have 2 or 3 rings around his hat NOT including the one on the tip?” asked Davis.

Sure enough, there are animation cuts that feature both designs.

Comparison of Dark Magician's hat designs in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime
Top row: examples of the two-ring design as shown in the first opening and episodes 37, 60, and 132.
Bottom row: examples of the three-ring design as shown in the English season 3 opening (this image is also frequently used as promotional key art), episode 141, and the last Japanese opening.

Davis clarified that he had already received approval from 4K Media for a design that has three rings plus the tip. However, he wants to refine the design, which requires reapproval, and is now looking at this peculiar detail.

During F4F’s February 8 Q&A live stream, Davis further elaborated on his plans. “This time I might try and submit it with two [rings] and see what happens,” he laughed. “‘Cause you know what? I looked at it and I’m like, I actually want to change the pose, so maybe changing it.” What is wrong with the current unrevealed design that is compelling him to change it?

“Well, I’ll do that sometimes,” Davis explained. “I’m like, ‘Yeah, yeah,’ and then I’m like, ‘No.’ ‘Yeah.’ ‘No.’ Because the thing is, [the approval process] takes so long that by the time we look at it again, I feel like we can do better.”

During the same live stream, a fan asked Davis whether Yu-Gi-Oh! will be getting TF [true form] PVC figures. Davis seemed to backtrack from his answer last month.

“Confirmed or not confirmed, we haven’t made any announcements on that,” he replied. “If everything goes smoothly, it’s a very strong possibility.”

Davis then proceeded to drop a product announcement: “there will be at least one, maybe two” Dark Magician color variants!

Which variants would you like to see? The classic manga look? How about the shredded version from The Dark Side of Dimensions? Or Arkana’s Dark Magician? Or maybe even Mahad as Dark Magician? Join the F4F OCC and let Davis know!

So, Two Rings or Three? Which is the Correct Design?

Regardless of what is depicted on trading cards, promotional artwork, or other media, there is a “correct” number of rings on Dark Magician’s hat in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime world.

Image collage featuring various screenshots from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters that show Dark Magician's hat

After looking at over 500 animation cuts from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters that provide an unobscured view of the rings and tip — including cuts of Yugi dressed as Dark Magician, Arkana’s Dark Magician, Yugi’s Capsule Monsters Dark Warrior armor, and Dark Magician Mahad — I conclude that 99 percent of the cuts show Dark Magician’s hat with two rings plus the tip.

There are fewer than a dozen cuts that show the hat with three rings plus the tip. I’ve already included their three most prominent appearances in the second image in this post. Many of the others are insignificant or are so small that they are barely noticeable.

On the other hand, Arkana’s Dark Magician, the so-called Red Dark Magician, unmistakably has three rings plus the tip on his hat.

Well done, Alex Davis, you made the correct choice to switch from three rings to two!

Previously:
First 4 Figures January Roundup: Red-Eyes Black Dragon & Dark Magician Girl Confirmed, Blue-Eyes White Dragon Teased

First 4 Figures January Roundup: Red-Eyes Black Dragon & Dark Magician Girl Confirmed, Blue-Eyes White Dragon Teased

January 31, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Yugi watching as Dark Magician Girl finishes attacking an opponent in episode 62

News about First 4 Figures’ upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! products continue to trickle out from its weekly Q&A live streams and the First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club on Facebook. Is a Yu-Gi-Oh! PVC figure confirmed yet? What will the first release be and when will pre-orders happen? Here is a roundup of this past month’s news featuring answers to these questions and more.

During the January 4 live stream, F4F’s CEO Alex Davis revealed that not only are Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Dark Magician in the works but also Red-Eyes Black Dragon and Dark Magician Girl. When asked about making more monsters or characters, Davis noted that these four monsters “were the ones that polled the best. And we’ll continue to go from there to see how that goes on.” A fan suggested adding Egyptian monster tablets as extras and Davis called them “nice ideas.”

Then, in the January 11 live stream, Davis stated that the first Yu-Gi-Oh! pre-order will either be for Blue-Eyes White Dragon or Dark Magician. Look for that to happen after March or April following F4F’s My Hero Academia launch, he said.

On January 16, Davis offered a sneak peek in the F4F OCC of part of Blue-Eyes White Dragon’s design:

A 3D computer model showing part of First 4 Figures' Blue-Eyes White Dragon

Many fans asked about its color and pointed out that, despite its name, Blue-Eyes White Dragon isn’t exactly pure white. Davis replied that its paint job will be “nice and metallic. When you see Meta Ridley — you’ll get it!”

Davis fielded more fan questions in the January 18 live stream. Blue-Eyes White Dragon is “most likely” going to be F4F’s first Yu-Gi-Oh! product, he said. In addition to a resin statue, a “PVC [figure] is possible and it’s very — 90 percent — gonna happen,” he added. One fan wondered if adding a card display and card stand with the statues would be possible. “It’s a great question. We haven’t figured that bit out yet,” replied Davis. “Once we look at getting it nailed down, then we can think about what possible extras — but I’ll keep that in the back of my mind.” Another fan asked about Blue-Eyes White Dragon’s dimensions and Davis responded with some gestures:

First 4 Figures CEO Alex Davis making hand gestures to describe the size of a PVC figure (on the left) and a resin statue

The PVC figure will be small, while the resin statue will be enormous. That’s awfully large for a statue, isn’t it? But given the size of Meta Ridley, I don’t think he’s exaggerating.

Finally, in the January 25 live stream, a fan asked about how hard it would be to include an exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! card with the statues, to which Davis replied “I don’t know, let’s talk about it.”

To stay up to date with the latest developments, contribute ideas to F4F’s Yu-Gi-Oh! products, and ask questions, be sure to join the First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club on Facebook.

Previously:
First 4 Figures Announces Yu-Gi-Oh! Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Dark Magician Products

First 4 Figures Announces Yu-Gi-Oh! Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Dark Magician Products

December 28, 2018 at 3:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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First 4 Figures' Yu-Gi-Oh! announcement poster featuring Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Dark Magician

Back in September, 4K Media announced that it had partnered with high-end collectibles maker First 4 Figures to produce a Yu-Gi-Oh! resin statue, leading to a lot of buzz about what monsters might get the company’s special treatment. Since then, F4F has remained tight-lipped, not even acknowledging that it has acquired the Yu-Gi-Oh! license. But all that changed today during its weekly Q&A live stream, with F4F confirming that it has multiple Yu-Gi-Oh! products in the works!

“[We are] already deep in the works, concept-wise. Not in the physical yet, but deep in terms of having the concept there,” said Alex Davis, the owner of F4F.

“Getting the approval to go to the next stage is–” Davis paused, then pointed at his UNIQLO Dark Magician shirt. “Blue-Eyes White Dragon as well. Some others in the works.”

Chocks with Alex Davis, who is pointing at his Dark Magician shirt
First 4 Figures’ head of marketing Tsoek “Chockles” Cheung (left) and CEO Alex Davis

With Yu-Gi-Oh! being a phenomenon that spans the gaming, anime, manga, and movie worlds, Davis hopes that the property’s mass appeal will introduce more people to First 4 Figures and bring in more anime fans as the company continues to expand its anime products.

“And I can say it won’t just be resins,” added Davis. “At least that’s the plan. Don’t quote me on that. If everything goes according to plan. And also because our strategy of bringing in more and more TFs [true form PVC figures], SDs [super deformed PVC figures], PVCs in general, as something that’s developed over time — and actually, the time that we went for the Yu-Gi-Oh! license, [PVCs weren’t] really on our radar. But as we move forward into new licenses, we’re looking at trying to do both [PVCs and resins].”

Davis says he wants to create an ecosystem where F4F can bring in new customers with its lower-cost PVC figures and eventually convert them into buyers of high-end resin statues.

To get in on the Yu-Gi-Oh! hype, chat with Alex Davis, and get the latest Yu-Gi-Oh! development news, head over to Facebook and join the First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club.

Previously:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Resin Statue by First 4 Figures Confirmed

Yu-Gi-Oh! Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces by Tioneer Jewelry

December 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Kaiba Corporation KC logo rings by Tioneer Jewelry

Stylish and affordable Yu-Gi-Oh! jewelry can be yours this holiday season thanks to 4K Media’s new Yu-Gi-Oh! collaboration with Tioneer Jewelry. The Los Angeles-based jewelry company today announced its Yu-Gi-Oh! x Tioneer collection, which offers designs like the Kaiba Corporation logo, Yugi’s silhouette, monster attribute kanji, and more on its products.

Tioneer Jewelry sells a variety of rings, necklaces, bracelets, keychains, and other items that would make perfect gifts for you and your Yu-Gi-Oh!-loving friends. Tioneer is accepting orders right now on its website.

(News from Tioneer Jewelry, shared by Yu-Gi-Oh! Fan Page)

Blue-Eyes White Dragon bottle opener dog tag necklace by Tioneer Jewelry

Kuriboh oval charm keychain by Tioneer Jewelry

Millennium Puzzle bracelet and necklace by Tioneer Jewelry

Kaiba Corporation KC logo money clip by Tioneer Jewelry

Yu-Gi-Oh! Resin Statue by First 4 Figures Confirmed

September 23, 2018 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Seto Kaiba, shocked by Gozaburo Kaiba's plays in episode 120

For the past several months, there has been a lot of chatter that First 4 Figures might be releasing a Yu-Gi-Oh! statue. Unlike producers of mass-market collectibles, F4F is renowned for making ultra high-end statues, each individually numbered and costing in the hundreds of dollars.

Anime series like Berserk, Cowboy Bebop, One Punch-Man, and Samurai Champloo have all been blessed by the company’s masterful touch, as have video game franchises like Castlevania, Kirby, The Legend of Zelda, and Sonic the Hedgehog.

With its incredible track record and reputation, it’s no wonder so many people are excited about the possibility of F4F taking on the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand. Now, the much-whispered-about F4F Yu-Gi-Oh! figure has finally been confirmed!

Speaking to media industry publication World Screen, Jennifer Coleman, VP of licensing and marketing at 4K Media, announced that First 4 Figures has a resin Yu-Gi-Oh! statue in the works!

Coleman further recognized the importance of the collectibles market, stating that “Offering bespoke and limited-edition collections is something retailers and consumers all around the world are looking for.”

While neither Coleman nor F4F has revealed which Yu-Gi-Oh! character or monster will be getting a statue, F4F has already divulged a lot of information in the past…

Yu-Gi-Oh! and First 4 Figures: What Do We Know So Far?

First 4 Figures gauges interest in various anime and video game properties by polling its followers in its First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club Facebook Group. (Note: Admin approval is necessary to view this group and the Facebook links I’ve posted below.)

In May 2016, F4F’s owner, Alex Davis, posted a basic poll about Yu-Gi-Oh! figures, just to see if this property could sell. At the time, there was not much interest among voters for such products. But Yu-Gi-Oh! fans were loud and very persistent, spending many, many months rallying in favor of the King of Games. Eventually, their effort paid off and resulted in close to 700 positive votes.

There would be no more Yu-Gi-Oh! polls from Davis until August 4, 2017, when he asked fans what Yu-Gi-Oh! figures they would be interested in seeing. Blue-Eyes White Dragon garnered the biggest following with over 800 votes, followed by Dark Magician and Red-Eyes Black Dragon. Voters also suggested nearly a hundred other options.

Davis followed up quickly in an August 14, 2017, poll, stating that the previous poll “really had my attention.” Would fans be interested in a $400+ Blue-Eyes White Dragon that measured 15 to 25 percent larger than Good Smile’s 2011 Blue-Eyes White Dragon? For comparison, Good Smile’s figure with its base measures about 18 inches tall and costs over $850 at the then-exchange rate. About two-thirds of the voters were in favor of such a design.

Then, in September 2017, Davis polled the audience about the possibility of a $400+ Dark Magician (again, about two-thirds voted in favor) and about their favorite Yu-Gi-Oh! series (not surprisingly, the original was the overwhelming favorite).

On October 7, 2017, Davis relayed some very good news. “Time to speak to the licensor to talk about how you guys pushed for Yu-Gi-Oh!” he wrote. “Thanks for your support!” His post indicated that he was writing from New York City, the home of 4K Media.

Davis admitted in a November 2017 Q&A live stream that he ignored Yu-Gi-Oh! for a year and a half because “it didn’t have a great fanbase.” But after interest grew so significantly during that period of time, the results were too substantial for him to ignore. He further revealed that he had submitted all of the legal paperwork, product proposals, and counterproposals necessary to get the ball rolling. The subsequent approval process could take months.

On January 12, 2018, Davis stated in a Q&A that he was “looking very closely into Yu-Gi-Oh!”

Then, on January 20, he introduced a new poll about the Blue-Eyes White Dragon, “just in case we can snag the license.” Would fans like to see a “chunky” design of Blue-Eyes, similar to the artwork in the manga? Or a “svelte” design like the “YAP1” Blue-Eyes from the 10th Anniversary Pack? Voters were almost evenly split. Ultimately, Davis said in his January 26 Q&A that he would go for a size between svelte and chunky.

On May 23, Davis posted a photo of himself posing in front of Dark Magician and Blue-Eyes White Dragon at 4K Media’s booth at the 2018 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Since then, Alex Davis and First 4 Figures have been mum about their involvement with Yu-Gi-Oh! and 4K Media. In several of the weekly Q&A live streams, Davis has simply brushed off questions about Yu-Gi-Oh!, stating that there is nothing to report.

Now that 4K Media has formally revealed its relationship with First 4 Figures, maybe there will be more announcements coming down the pike…

For more information about F4F, and to take part in its polls and Q&A live streams, check out the First 4 Figures Official Collectors Club on Facebook.

So what statues do you think F4F will release? Blue-Eyes White Dragon? Dark Magician? Both? What high-end Yu-Gi-Oh! figures would you like to see?

Update (December 28): Why choose only one? First 4 Figure made a formal announcement today confirming that both Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Dark Magician — and more! — are in the works.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Smartphone, Tablet Covers by caseable

August 3, 2018 at 7:00 am | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments
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caseable's Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hard case with chibi Dark Magician and iPhone 7 Plus hard case with chibi Dark Magician Girl

caseable, a designer and producer of custom covers and cases for smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other electronics, has launched its line of cute and cool Yu-Gi-Oh!-branded items! caseable offers a wide selection of the always-popular chibi (super deformed) character and monster designs, along with some flashy key art of Yugi, Kaiba, Joey, and their signature monsters.

All of caseable’s products are handcrafted and produced in Brooklyn and Berlin, Germany. No cheap third-world goods here! And the company’s extensive range of products covers almost all of the devices available on the market, so you won’t have any trouble finding a match for your gadget.

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

caseable's iPhone 6 flip case with Red-Eyes Black Dragon

caseable's laptop premium sleeve with chibi Black Luster Soldier

caseable's laptop eco sleeve with chibi Yugi, Joey, Kaiba, and their monsters

caseable's Amazon Fire 10 HD smart case featuring with Blue-Eyes White Dragon

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