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Yu☆Gi☆Oh! GX

Yu☆Gi☆Oh! GX

Alternative Titles

English: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
Synonyms: Yugioh GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! Generation Next, Yu-Gi-Oh! Genex, Yuu Gi Ou GX
Japanese: 遊☆戯☆王GX


Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 64
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 17, 2005 to Mar 19, 2011
Authors: Takahashi, Kazuki (Story), Kageyama, Naoyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: V-Jump


Score: 7.181 (scored by 2689 users)
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Ranked: #74412
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Popularity: #1920
Members: 5,205
Favorites: 184


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Sep 15, 2008
Grimmm (All reviews)
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is a manga generally like the anime. However, the main characters in the manga use a different deck (and IMO, a better deck) in the manga than their decks in the anime

Story - The story is pretty different from what you would expect. The manga generally focuses on the character's ability to see duel monster spirits, as well as having various duels in many different situations. Most of the cards are manga-exclusive and pretty cool. :P

Art - The art isn't bad at all. The way the monsters are drawn are pretty good.

Character - We get some decent background on a few of read more
Oct 27, 2016
Yudesei (All reviews)
After reading the manga for the third time, I've decided to write a review on it.

Plot and story:
The Yu-Gi-Oh GX manga has one long story, unlike the anime where there's a new 'story' for each season.
The story follows Jaden on his journey to become like his idols - Yugi and Koyo.
The antagonist is the father of one of the characters and is being possessed by the shadows. He uses the power of the shadows to take control of strong duelists and use them as puppets for his plan of gaining ultimate power.
One minor problem the story has is that they don't show when Jaden starts read more
Nov 12, 2017
robiu013 (All reviews)
"It wasn't in the manga, therefore it isn't canon" is a common argument, that you might get with certain anime series, where fans try to defend their favourite series' by only attributing the original authors material to it, as opposed to the overly prolonged anime adaptations. I'm starting this review with this excursion, not to start arguing about what's canon and what isn't, but because Yu-Gi-Oh! is a series, where things get especially interesting in this regard.
Why so? Because I wouldn't be surprised, if most Yu-Gi-Oh! fans would consider the anime as the main canon, when asked, while being mostly unaware of how abrupt Takahashi's read more