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These YuGiOh cosplay fans get their groove on with cool costumes

February 28, 2015

Here is something I haven't done yet. YuGiOh cosplay fashion. Oh yes, the ever so popular trading card game that launched years ago has got it going on with cosplay fans too. Yami Yugi (Dark Yugi), Yuya Sakaki, and the rest of the cast from the series has seen its share of love for costume designs, and these folks go out of their way to look just like the real thing.

Originally illustrated and written by Kazuki Takahashi, the series was launched on Shueisha's Weekly Sh┼Źnen Jump magazine back in September of 1996 through March of 2004. Yu-Gi-Oh was licensed in North America by 4Kids Entertainment in 2001 until 2012, after which Konami obtained a license for NA. Konami develops and publishes the Asian version of Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG and all video games to date.

These fans are among just a few from the halls of deviantart, a place which is like a beehive of fan art and cosplay acts for whatever you can dream up. Suikoden, Metal Gear, Castlevania, Silent Hill are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cosplay fashion. As with most costumes, these are custom made by the fans, for the fans, and some have spent hours or even days making their outfits for their favorite characters. Talk about dedication.

To this day the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise has sold more than 25 billion cards world wide, and it doesn't look like its about to slow down anytime soon. Last April the new Arc-V episodes took off in Japan, and it is already making some waves in the community.

For those of you who want to watch anime episodes online, you can do so right now depending on what part of the world you're in. Simply head over to the new site that was launched early last year, where you can also get the the latest news and information on events and characters. Both the original series and Zexal should be available to you now. If not Konami plans to expand the area coverage soon to other countries.

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