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Manga is usually better than the anime version, just read Rosario + Vampire, Pokemon Adventure, Elfen Lied, even Shingeki No Kyojin manga is better than the T.V Show IMO.About Yu Gi Oh, i just watched the anime, i like only the first season, after that (R, GX,5d's,Zexal) the series went down IMO.
How much seasons does yu-gi-oh have? As kid i've watched season from your signature and GX and these were freaking awesome, i dont think manga can be good as anime in these 2 seasons.But later i saw some yugioh series on bikes fighting with cards, i was like : Wut in da crap iz dis, dayum
Well the Yugioh manga is so much better then the anime, it's funny since Yugi kills people lol and is always having shadow games. Post Merge: April 09, 2014, 09:30:29 AMYeah I hate the gx and all the new stuff, the old is always the best mainly up to battle city.
so it's dark as ****?
Well, all of you should try DevPro, it is YU-GI-OH simulator.It is epic, just problem is that most of people using Synchros and XYZ, that is 5d's and zexal monsters. I love this since it online and strategy game.Beat mind of opponent and you win the game xD
I definitely prefer the manga over the anime. They don't freaken censor Dark Magician Girl. XD
I found this one day while checking my tags on Tumblr and it frightens me a bit how much it's true. The early Yu-Gi-Oh! chapters play out a lot like Spectre issues -- otherwise pretty normal guy's superpowered alter-ego ironically punishes people in gruesome ways -- only with a lot more... catharsis in Yu-Gi-Oh!'s case. That's the best way to describe those early issues. They feel exactly like what a really messed up kid would want to do his bullies at school. I wouldn't say they're horror, but they're somewhat deranged, especially considering what we associate Yu-Gi-Oh! with in the west. Not that the writer's insane or anything, but it feels like a childish story of revenge taken too far.Now, for what it's worth, that doesn't mean I don't like it. Up until children's card games, Yu-Gi-Oh! was a pretty good shounen series -- a good mold-breaker because of how bizarre it was and generally well-written. Most of shounen manga -- or at least the really popular stuff -- is action series. They sell the best when collected and transition well internationally because of their somewhat simplistic nature. You get a few really weird things here and there -- like the current JUMP series Assassination Classroom -- and I appreciate those quite a bit for doing what they do. I'd recommend it to most people who enjoy typical shounen series and aren't squeamish about arguable torture. It's easy to pick up since it's a common find online and in book stores. Manga's always pennies on the dollar, after all.Yu-Gi-Oh! isn't dark as ****. It's not like, say, Monster, Berserk. Death Note is comparable in terms of violence and themes, but not overall tone, as Death Note is more self-aware of the moral ambiguity of characters' actions. The chart above (specifically, the character during the '40s and '70s) might be the most valid comparison I've seen, even though it's comparing a Japanese comic to a much older American one.
Compared to the light hearted friendship is magic, rivary is stronger then friendship of the anime.It's dark as ****
We are referring the manga towards the anime, it is dark. The card games is what makes Yu-Gi-Oh unique, some things you say/someone else are inaccurate. It's funny, its evil and easy to read. It's probably one of the best mangas out there. They obviously have some sort of hatred in Yu-Gi-Oh
That is true. I think most of its shock factor does come from that, though the friendship aspects are still intact in many ways and it remains the main theme of the manga. Did you miss the part where I said that I read this and liked it? The fact that I'm literally comparing it to one of my favorite comic book characters should tip you off. It was a pretty good read and not what I was expecting. It's just not a favorite of mine, nor is it one of the best I've read. I also have different standards for what I consider "dark". Beneath all of the gruesome punishments, Yu-Gi-Oh! is still a shounen series and it is still about friendship. It's not something that utterly sucks the life out of you, like the game Silent Hill or novel Nineteen Eighty-four, so it's not that dark. It's just dark compared to how the series was presented in America.
Ay, I just finished the manga on mangafox.comAll 59 Chapters, but Myanimelist.net says there is like 360 chapters.is there another under a different name?So far i like it a fair bit, bit cheesy, but none the less it's pretty awesome.
Ah, so it did go for another name, thanks.