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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 6: The Terror of Toon World

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Volume 6

The Terror of Toon World
Kaiba, the world's second-greatest gamer, duels Pegasus! Are Kaiba's dragons stronger than Pegasus's rubbery, slapstick, fearsome toons? Awaiting their own turn to fight, Yugi and his friends explore Pegasus's castle. But they're not alone. Bandit Keith, the unscrupulous American card shark, prowls the dark castle with his own evil plans. And Mai Shiranui, both friend and foe, has also made it to the final rounds!
Kazuki Takahashi
203 Pages
$6.99

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It's the final rounds before the fight with Pegasus, and only one of four will survive! Mai Shiranui has always wanted to fight Yugi, and now she's got her chance! Can Yugi beat her harpies' pet dragon? Then, Jonouchi fights "Bandit" Keith Howard, America's most unscrupulous gamer. Jonouchi's deck is loaded with warrior monsters, but Keith's machine deck deals death with six-guns and slot machines...American style!
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