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Yu-Gi-Oh! Vol. 2: The Cards with Teeth

Yu-Gi-Oh! Volume 2

The Cards with Teeth
Meet Seto Kaiba, master of the world's most dangerous collectible card game. When Kaiba discovers that Yugi's grandfather owns the incredibly rare "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" card, he will stop at nothing to get it...even if he has to duel with Yugi's dark alter-ego Yu-Gi-Oh! Then, an Egyptian museum exhibit brings with it an unwelcome visitor: Shadi, the mystical Keeper of the Millennium Items, whose bloodline has guarded the tombs of Egypt for 3,000 years. Recognizing Yu-Gi-Oh as his only rival, he puts him to the test to see who is the true King of Games...
Kazuki Takahashi
191 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 2. Now check out Volume 3!

Yu-Gi-Oh! Vol. 3: Capsule Monster Chess

Capsule Monster Chess

Yu-Gi-Oh! Vol. 3

Out of the sands of Egypt, the mystic Shadi has come to test Yugi's powers... because there can be only one King of Games. With the Millennium Scales and the Millennium Key, Shadi summons deadly illusions which will give Yugi his greatest challenge yet--and if he loses, his best friends will die! Then, Yugi's classmate Hanasaki takes his infatuation with superheroes too far; Yugi and his friends discover the hidden characters in digital keychain pets; and Yugi meets Mokuba, Kaiba's brother, for a high-stakes game of "Capsule Monster Chess!"
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