Yu-Gi-Oh!, Vol. 6: Monster Fight!
Tomohito Oda. Haruichi Furudate. Akira Toriyama. Hajime Isayama. Kore Yamazaki.
ISBN 13: 9781421579290
Michael Dante DiMartino. Masashi Kishimoto. Hideyuki Furuhashi. Sui Ishida.
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If you had one of these bad boys back in the day, you were the coolest and most feared duelist around with a monster that can crush most other cards in the game. But as time went on, there would be better artworks to come which leaves this in the middle of the booster pack. Depicting a Blue-Eyes White Dragon flying through the cosmos, the detail and shading on this card looks absolutely beautiful with its majestic wings and wide stance. If the background had a bit more detail and pop to it, it would find itself higher on the list but it's still a wonderful variant.
Here it is, the mother of all Blue-Eyes artworks. It's likely the most iconic card in the entire game and the artwork is up to snuff. There is beauty to the simplicity of this art. While other cards are undoubtedly more detail, this art just pops with its color and the swirling background compliments the lining on the body of the monster perfectly. Kazuki Takahashi must have known he made an icon when he finished this card.
At the same time, players of the card game were ready for a new pack to be released with some old favorites and new staples. But they weren't ready for this bad boy. This Blue-Eyes variant is a breath-taking sight. Showing the dragon of legend basking in a heavenly glow as it descends from the sky to blast its enemy, we can't help but look on in awe, even if we were to face it in battle. With artwork this good, it's no wonder why Kaiba has fallen in love with the monster.
But nothing can top the number one best Its card flavor text even says "Virtually invincible, very few have faced this awesome creature and lived to tell the tale. That would be this one. Released as the promo card in the first-ever North American Shonen Jump issue, this Blue-Eyes has taken to space to charge up a burst stream of destruction upon our planet. Not only is the detail on the monster great as we mentioned on the stone tablet entry, but even the Earth's for a lack of a better term "blueness" goes perfectly with the dragon.
And unlike most other cards on the list, this monster is ready to strike as it charges up its attack.
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Yugi, Jonouchi, and Anzu have survived Kaiba's deadly theme park, but now they're faced with the two Kaiba brothers, heirs of the biggest game empire in Japan.
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