Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Arc-V
Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
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Alternative Titles

English: Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
Synonyms: Yugioh, Yuu Gi Ou! Arc-V, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc Five, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
Japanese: 遊☆戯☆王 アーク・ファイブ ARC-V

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 148
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 6, 2014 to Mar 26, 2017
Premiered: Spring 2014
Broadcast: Sundays at 17:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Gallop
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, GameGame, FantasyFantasy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.861 (scored by 1577115,771 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #41452
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2353
Members: 40,254
Favorites: 1,168
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Synopsis

Action Duels, which allow duelists to soar and swing alongside their Duel Monsters, are taking the world by storm. Due to an evolutionary breakthrough, the "Solid Vision" system is now able to provide Duel Monsters with mass.

Yuuya Sakaki is Yuusho Sakaki's son, the latter being the founder of You Show Duel School in Miami City. Yuusho insists that duels are not a tool of war, but rather are to bring smiles to people and thus introduced the concept of Entertainment Dueling. However, at the height of his fame, Yuusho disappears and fails to attend his duel with Strong Ishijima, the Action Duel champion. Although scarred by this sudden leave, Yuuya vows to become an Entertainment Duelist like his father.

Several years later, in the midst of a battle with Strong Ishijima, Yuuya's desperation to win brings forth a miracle. His pendant begins glowing, turning his cards into Pendulum Cards, which enables him to perform a Pendulum Summon—a summoning method unknown to the world and himself—gaining him fame overnight. As a result, Reiji Akaba, CEO of Leo Corporation and founder of the elite Leo Duel School, starts producing new Pendulum Cards to incorporate Pendulum Summoning into the system. Thus, the mysteries that surround Pendulum Summoning and Yuuya's father start to unravel, and Yuuya learns bit by bit what it takes to become an Entertainment Duelist.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kurosaki, Shun
Supporting
Kinjou, Yamato
Japanese
Yuugo
Supporting
Takagi, Shinpei
Japanese
Shiunin, Sora
Supporting
Sonozaki, Mie
Japanese
Serena
Supporting
Inamura, Yuuna
Japanese
Tenjouin, Asuka
Supporting
Kobayashi, Sanae
Japanese

Staff

Ono, Katsumi
Director
Kamio, Ryuu
Script, Series Composition
Hosoya, Yoshimasa
Theme Song Performance
Ono, Kensho
Theme Song Performance


Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Believe×Believe" by Choutokkyuu (超特急) (eps 1-30)
#2: "Burn!" by Choutokkyuu (超特急) (eps 31-49)
#3: "Hanate (ハナテ)" by Gekidan Niagara (劇団ナイアガラ) (eps 50-75)
#4: "Kirifuda (切り札)" by cinema staff (eps 76-98)
#5: "Kibou no Hikari (キボウノヒカリ)" by Unknown Number!!! (Shuto Miyazaki, Ryo Matsuda, and Ryo Kitamura) (eps 99-124)
#6: "Pendulum Beat!" by Super★Dragon (eps 125-147)

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "One Step" by P☆Cute [Pendelum☆Cute (Masumi Kuratsushi & Ruri Shirosaki)] [闇津ますみ・白咲るり] (eps 1-30)
#2: "Future fighter" by Yuuya Sakaki x Reiji Akaba (Kensho Ono x Yoshimasa Hosoya) (eps 31-49)
#3: "ARC of Smile!" by BOYS AND MEN (eps 50-75)
#4: "Speaking" by Mrs. GREEN APPLE (eps 76-98)
#5: "Vision (ビジョン)" by Kuso Iinkai (空想委員会) (eps 100-124)
#6: "Shissou Pendulum (疾走ペンデュラム)" by M!LK (eps 125-147)
#7: "Burn!" by Bullet Train (超特急) (ep148)



More reviewsReviews

Mar 30, 2017
ForwardArrow (All reviews)
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS

In the case of the spoilers, I will be vague to try not to completely ruin all the surprises for someone who does choose to watch this series. That said, a lot of the big events of the story really have to be brought up at least in some form to explain why its so bad.

I imagine, especially for people who have not watched the series the whole way through, a 1/10 grade might come across as kind of extreme for this series. Technically speaking, it does have a functional and even expansive plotline, a good amount of buildup especially early read more
Mar 26, 2017
fullmetal-ghoul (All reviews)
So Yugioh Arc-V is the fifth instalment into the Yugioh franchise, and, in my opinion, it is the best anime the franchise has to offer. (This is my first review so bear with me. I will also try to keep this as spoiler free as possible, but in order to explain what makes Arc-V so good, I will vaguely reference plot elements in the anime)

Story
The beauty of Arc-V's story lies within its main character, Yuya Sakaki and his individual journey. Initially, Yuya seems like a standard shounen protagonst, who aspires to be the greatest Entertainment duelist, a duelist who brings smiles through dueling, but read more
Apr 22, 2017
TiddlywinkUmbry (All reviews)
Good lord, I never thought I'd see such a train wreck of a Yu-Gi-Oh show. So I will begin by prefacing this, this show is bad and the fact that it's bad has nothing to do with the hype it was receiving, that's just an excuse people use to defend garbage and they are more than likely lying through their rectum holes but fail to see that lie through their impenetrable condom of bias and utter ignorance. So let's just get to it because lord knows I'm not gonna change anyone's opinion if they still think it's good because they've drunkenly stumbled past the point read more
Feb 20, 2019
SupremeLord (All reviews)
Let’s be honest guys, not everyone was happy about Yu-Gi-Oh! ZeXal. While the show was an overall critical and commercial success, some older fans felt alienated by it. And I can see why, what with the seemingly more childish tone (It wasn’t, sure, but the art style certainly gave off that impression) and a somewhat irritating protagonist. So as such, Studio Gallop brought back 5D’s’ director to try and bring in older audiences while still appeasing to the new crowd.

Unfortunately, the result was the single most hated Yu-Gi-Oh! series in Japan, and America wasn’t much kinder to it after a while. That my friends, is read more

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