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Posted September 8, 2005
i actually just got this last week. yes its another one that reads right to left like normal manga (i love reading like that). seto kaiba comes back with his death-t! its cool! but if u read this one, get Yugioh vol.5 along with it. that was a mistake i made and i'm still beging my mom to take me back to Barnse and Nobles so i can buy it. i recomend it for the people who like yugioh and have read the other yugioh manga. (especially for people who like seto, but just so u kno, he's portrayed as the evil guy at this piont) also there is not too much of Yami in this one. so get some of the other yugioh manga to see more of him.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 8, 2005
Awesome book, really. Reads in typical Manga format, right to left, so if you haven't read manga before it might be a bit confusing. This book just really goes to show what a totally misunderstood and misguided character Seto Kaiba is. He spends $83 million on inventing a 'Death-T' Theme Park to take revenge upon Yugi, Joey, and Tristin (specifically Yugi) for beating him at Duel Monsters. With Mokuba's revenge plot and the ravings of a fired employee as well, Yugi, Joey, Tristin, and Tea really have their hands full this time. This is continued in the fifth volume, so don't read it unless you have the fifth handy, or you'll go crazy and the cliffhanger ending.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 29, 2004
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