Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series
- TV Series
- 2006– 2006–
This is the story of Yugi Muto(u), a teenager who has yet to hit puberty. When Yugi unlocks the mysterious secrets of the Millenium Puzzle, an ancient spirit known only as the Pharaoh appears, and the pair embark on a journey to gain closure for the spirit. Along the way, Yugi and the Pharaoh face all manner of evil, from spoiled, dragon-obsessed millionaires to jealous, midriff-baring tomb-keepers, all with their own diabolical agendas. With the support of the Pharaoh, Yugi's love interest Téa, Brooklyn native Joey, and the ever-useless Tristan, Yugi takes on the toughest challenge of his life. Oh. And occasionally, there's a children's card game. —Duelist Zeus
A great watch.
Yu-gi-oh The Abridged Series, created by a lone man in England, will make you laugh. It never failed for me, an intriguing spin on a fairly uninteresting anime, with a great sense of humour, and many interesting voices that develop as the series goes on. This fairly satirical parody series will cause you to look at series' such as Yu-Gi-Oh in a whole different light; the series is great for all members of the family, with the possible exception of those under 11, and will give many memorable lines for years to come. The variety in the characters is expanded even more with the bonus episodes, such as "Evil Council Of Doom", and the incredible talent of LittleKuriboh, and occasionally, his distinguished guests. In addition to the main series, both seasons of it, you'll love the miniature songs that LK has written, copying the sounds, and changing the lyrics of various other songs. These include current songs, and slightly older ones, but all use a character voice, and either talk about his series, the original series, or the characters themselves. Overall, this series is something that nobody can truly afford to give a miss, if you haven't watched it yet, go over to youtube and do so now, you won't regret it.
- Jan 13, 2010
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