For detailed information about this series, see: Yugipedia

Yu-Gi-Oh is a manga series about card dueling published by Shueisha part on their Shonen Jump magazine. It was adapted into an actual card game and videogames by Konami.

Yugi Moto

Yugi Moto, the main protagonist of Yu-Gi-Oh.


Yu-Gi-Oh the card game started in 2002 made by Konami.


There are many Yu-Gi-Oh manga and books.

Film & TV

  • Yu-Gi-Oh! (show April 4th, 1998 - October 10th, 1998)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! (film March 6th, 1999)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (show April 18th, 2000 - September 9th, 2004)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of light (film August 13th, 2004)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (show October 6th, 2004 - March 26th, 2008)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (show April 2nd, 2008 - March 30th, 2011)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time (film January 23rd, 2010)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (show April 11th, 2011 - September 24th, 2012)

Video Games

There are many Yu-Gi-Oh video games.

Links to other series

Direction Series Date Description Type

4Arrow L Gradius20001214 December 14, 2000There's an entire series of Yu-Gi-Oh cards based around characters and items from Gradius.2

4Arrow L Parodius20020919 September 19, 2002Aitsu, Koitsu, Doitsu and Soitsu from Parodius appear as Yu-Gi-Oh cards.2

4Arrow L Ganbare Goemon20030320 March 20, 2003In "Reshef of Destruction" Pegasus will summon a giant mech which is Goemon Impact. Several cards in the actual TCG are based off Ganbare Goemon characters as well.1

4Arrow L Getsu Fūma Den20030717 July 17, 2003The Yu-Gi-Oh cards "Getsu Fuhma" and "Ryu Kokki" are based on the protagonist and antagonist from Getsu Fuma Den.2

5Arrow R Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo20030904 September 04, 2003In "Scary Board Game" Bo-bo-bo summons Yugi from his afro who summons Slifer The Sky Dragon.1

4Arrow L Naruto20040114 January 14, 2004Naruto characters appear in a crowd in Yu-Gi-Oh.1

4Arrow L Power Pros20040527 May 27, 2004The Yu-Gi-Oh card "Ultimate Baseball Kid" is inspired on the Power Pros series.3

4Arrow L Space Manbow20041125 November 25, 2004The Space Manbow enemy ship appears in the background of the "Space Manbo" Yu-Gi-Oh card, itself a reference as well.2

4Arrow L Metal Gear20041230 December 30, 2004Solid Snake from the Metal Gear series makes an uncredited cameo in Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory: World Championship Tournament 2005, while the "Tactical Espionage Expert" Yu-Gi-Oh card is based on Solid Snake.

5Arrow R Castlevania20050504 May 04, 2005The Yu-Gi-Oh cards "Infernalvania" and "Vampire Hunter" ("Vampire Killer" in Japan) are references to the Castlevania series.3

5Arrow R Taiko no Tatsujin20050804 August 04, 2005Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special and Taiko no Tatsujin V Version feature a music track from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX.2

4Arrow L Jump Series20050808 August 08, 2005Yugi is a playable character in the game.1

4Arrow L Nano Breaker20050811 August 11, 2005The Yu-Gi-Oh card "Nanobreaker" is inspired on Jake, the protagonist of Nanobreaker.3

4Arrow L Xexex20070512 May 12, 2007The Flintlock ship and its weapon the Flint from Xexex appear as Yu-Gi-Oh cards.2

4Arrow L Thunder Cross20071123 November 23, 2007A variation of the Blue Thunder ship (labeled "T-45" instead of "M-45") from Thunder Cross appears as a Yu-Gi-Oh card.2

4Arrow L Salamander20090718 July 18, 2009The Lord British ship from Salamander appears as a Yu-Gi-Oh card.2

4Arrow L Trigon20090718 July 18, 2009The Dragon Laser power-up from Trigon appears as a Yu-Gi-Oh card.2

5Arrow R Atop the 4th Wall201204 April 2012Linkara reviews Chapter 2 of Yu-Gi-Oh.2

5Arrow R Yo-Kai Watch20141017 October 17, 2014Episode 40 of Yo-Kai Watch features a reference to Yu-Gi-Oh .3

5Arrow R Monster Hunter2016 2016Monster Hunter X features a downloadable costume from Yu-Gi-Oh.2