Joey Wheeler’s Red-Eyes Black Dragon is nearly as old as the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME, and almost as popular as Seto Kaiba’s Blue-Eyes White Dragon. Originally released in the Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon booster set, Red-Eyes Black Dragon’s North American release dates back to 2002. The Red-Eyes Black Dragon also made its first television appearance in the very first season of the animated Yu-Gi-Oh! series.
A couple of weeks ago on Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, World Duel Carnival commissioners Dextra and Nistro showed off some pretty cool cards in their 2-on-1 Duel against Yuma. A lot of these cards are pretty popular with Duelists, and for good reason: they’re really good! Here are some of Dextra and Nistro’s cards that you might want to use in your own Duels. Read more…
For the fourth consecutive summer, a new Gold Series has been released. Like the Gold Series sets before it, Gold Series 4: Pyramids Edition reprints some hard-to-find cards, while making other popular cards available as Gold Rare foils. (It’s also got some pretty cool game mats!)
The master of faster is back, and he’s here to snag a victory that’s more extreme than ever before with the newest Resonator and Red Dragon Archfiend support cards! Jack Atlas fans can now build a Deck that resembles the mighty Turbo Duelist’s more closely than ever before!
The new Yu-Gi-Oh! movie, Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time, features some of the most malicious monsters ever used in a Duel. These powerful Malefic monsters are in the hands of Paradox, a mighty villain who uses them in his quest to eliminate Maximillion Pegasus and rid the world of Duel Monsters!
Since Paradox has the power to travel through time and space, he’s able to collect the strongest monsters from various time periods. Paradox believed that’s exactly what he needed to do in order to complete his quest. He collected the spirits of the strongest monsters ever seen, and used them to Summon even stronger ones! But do you remember who controlled these monsters before Paradox twisted them all to his will?