The creator of the Japanese comedy series Yu-Gi-Oh! Found dead at sea

The creator of the Japanese comedy series Yu-Gi-Oh!  Found dead at sea

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Japanese comedy series creator Yu-Gi-Oh!, which produced a popular blackjack and television series at the beginning of this century, is gone. Japan’s NHK channel reported that the body of 60-year-old Kazuki Takahashi was found in the sea near Nago, on the southern island of Okinawa.

Takahashi was wearing scuba gear when he was found yesterday. His body was identified today. Authorities are still investigating his death.

The arcade game and animation series are very popular

manga Yu-Gi-Oh! – A genre of graphic or graphic novel – released in 1996 and published regularly until 2004. The story revolves around the main character Yuji, who can summon monsters with the help of his card game and thus duel opponents.

The manga soon spawned Anime, a Japanese animated series. It was made between 2000 and 2004. To this day, there are still Yu-Gi-Oh! Made games.

Of course, the arcade game was also released in real life. This was its heyday at the beginning of this century, also in Holland. Where Pokémon cards were more commonly purchased for collecting or trading, people used the cards Yu-Gi-Oh! Instead of playing and dueling with each other.

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