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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 9: Dungeon Dice Monsters

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Volume 9

Dungeon Dice Monsters
There's a new game shop in town, peddling a hot new game, and things look bad for Grandpa Mutou's family business! But the Black Crown game store is more than a business competitor...its owners want to put Yugi and his grandfather out of the picture forever. First a sinister clown-masked figure steals Yugi's Millennium Puzzle! Then Ryuji Otogi, the teenage heir to the store, challenges Yugi to a collectible dice game of dragons and monsters. But without the Millennium Puzzle, Yugi can't call on Yu-Gi-Oh. Can he win without his "other self" to help him out?
Kazuki Takahashi
204 Pages
$6.99

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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 10: The Egyptian God Cards

The Egyptian God Cards

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 10

Trapped inside the Black Crown Game Store by his family's sworn enemy, Yugi must win a game of "Dungeon Dice Monsters" or lose the Millennium Puzzle forever! Then, a mysterious Egyptian woman comes to Japan with a strange prophecy. Could the collectible card game "Duel Monsters" really be of ancient Egyptian origin? But Ishizu Ishtar has come to deliver more than information. "The God of the Obelisk" is one of the three most powerful cards in the world...and she's giving it to Seto Kaiba!
194 Pages
$6.99

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