More opportunities to trust your cards, not your brains! This is a continuation of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series and contains the Duelist Kingdom and Battle City arcs. Originally just called Yu-Gi-Oh!, Viz renamed it to its current name. This series continues in Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World From Viz: 10th grader Yugi spent most of his time alone playing games--until he solved the Millennium Puzzle, a mysterious Egyptian artifact! Possessed by the puzzle, Yugi becomes Yu-Gi-Oh, the King of Games, and challenges evil-doers to the Shadow Games--weird games with high stakes and high risks!
Trust your cards, not your brains! Yu-Gi-Oh! tells the story of Yugi Mutou, a shy young lad who loves a variety of games, but is frequently intimidated about. One day, he solves an ancient artifact called the Millennium Puzzle (Sennen Pazuru?), causing his body to play host to a cryptic spirit with the character of a gambler. From that moment onwards, whenever Yugi or one of his buddies is endangered by those with darkness in their own hearts, this other Yugi reveals himself and challenges them to dangerous Shadow Games (Yami no muo, lit.
If you had to choose between the love of your life or a deck of cards, what would be your pick? This is a continuation of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series and contains the Egypt arc. Originally just called Yu-Gi-Oh!, Viz renamed it to its current name. From the 1st Volume Cover: The final Yu-Gi-Oh! story! After hundreds of battles, Yugi has finally gathered all the Egyptian God Cards... the key to unlocking his memories of his past life as an Egyptian pharaoh.
Some guys have all the luck. The smart ones trust nobody, average people trust in their money, and the dumbest clucks trust their cards! Years have passed after Yugi's adventures and now it's Yuki Judai's turn. Yuki Judai is a new student in the school Duel Academy, a school dedicated to teach duelist the basics and advanced techniques. Judai is determined to be world's #1 duelist, accepting challenges from his rivals (and friends). Although the manga is based on the anime, the story is really different and unrelated.
What if you were in deep crap and you were forced to trust your damn cards to save your @$$, would you do it?! Mutou Yugi defeated Pegasus at Duelist Kingdom. Now Pegasus's heir, Tenma Yakou, wants revenge. He takes over Kaiba Corporation while Kaiba Seto is in America. He challenges Yugi to a duel and wins using a spectacular but mysterious god card, and then kidnaps Anzu! Thus, Yugi has no choice but to accept Tenma's challenge. He must duel against and pass thirteen duel professors at KC to reach Tenma and beat him.
Some ugly boy meets the ghost of a dead guy who died because he was dumb enough to trust his cards! Who's the dumbest boy in Japan? The dead guy's next protege, that's who!