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Category: Yu-Gi-Oh!

From Yu-Gi-Oh! to YuGiOh! GX, YuGiOh! 5Ds, and YuGiOh! Zexal, Yugioh it is the trading card game and anime you love! Battle along right here

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V International Debut Scheduled for Spring/Summer 2015

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a taste of the main Yu-Gi-Oh! anime franchise, so it is definitely good news that Konami’s media distributor 4K Media has already confirmed that Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V will be debuting internationally next year, with the release window pegged at either spring or summer. The series has already premiered in Japan last April, featuring a new protagonist named Yuya Sakaki.

New Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie In Development

4K Media has recently announced that a new anime movie from the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise is being developed in Japan, and the company is currently looking for a distributor in territories outside of Asia. There are still no details regarding the movie itself, but fans probably agree that it’s better late than never, as it’s been four years since we had a Yu-Gi-Oh film (via 2010’s Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time)

Cinedigm and 4K Media Partner to Bring Yu-Gi-Oh to Home Video

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4K Media Inc. and Cinedigm have recently inked a deal that will see the extremely popular Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise brought to home video for the first time in five years. The partnership will see the strategic rollout of over 600 episodes of the animated series in the US and Canada via the DVD and Blu-Ray platforms, followed by digital and VOD.

Why I miss 4Kids Entertainment, and the problems with Saban’s Vortexx

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Thankfully, Toonbarn has done well to show what has happened to Toonzai/Toonzaki and so on. However, here is a point people tend to forget: 4kids was different from the other kids’ companies that existed during and after the last 10 or so years. You have to realize the type of marketplace that existed when the company was at its peak and when it passed on. The problem with people’s recollection of the history of 4Kids is that it doesn’t tell the whole story about why 4Kids did what it did and what it could have done better.

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