Various Japanese media reported the death of Kazuki Takahashi (real name Kazuo Takahashi), the author of the Yu-Gi-Oh! , at the age of sixty. His body was taken away by the Coast Guard. Sea of On July 6, off the city of Nago, Okinawa, Japan, complete diving equipment was found.
The Coast Guard and police are investigating the events that led to Takahashi’s death. In connection with the above announcement, a person from a passing ship called the Japanese Naval Hotline to report a body that appeared to have moved off the coast of the resort town of Nago around 10:30 a.m. on June 7. .
Takahashi began publishing the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in September 1996 and completed it in March 2004, with Shueisha publishing the work for a total of thirty-eight volumes. The manga has inspired many multimedia franchises, including many manga and anime, card games, and multiplayer video games. Various incarnations of the franchise include the fantasy card game Duel Monsters, in which each player strategizes battles based on the available monsters in their collection.
The original manga contains two anime adaptations, the first by Toei Animation Studios and released from April to October 1998, and the second by NAS and produced by Studio Gallop, titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters was published from April 2000 to September 2004. Since then, it has been one of the most successful multimedia brands in history.
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