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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 19: Duel with the Future

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Volume 19

Duel with the Future
Kaiba faces the mysterious eighth duelist, Ishizu Ishtar, the woman who gave him The God of the Obelisk...and now she's taking it back! Even though Kaiba has an Egyptian God Card, Ishizu has the Millennium Tauk, which gives her the power to see the future! Kaiba's only hope for victory may lie in the sands of time, in the secrets kept for centuries by the mysterious Egyptian Tomb Guardians. But even Kaiba may not be ready for the horrifying secret origin of the mad heir of the Tomb Guardians, the last of the line. His name is Marik Ishtar...Ishizu's brother!
Kazuki Takahashi
185 Pages
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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 20: Evil Vs. Evil

Evil Vs. Evil

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist Vol. 20

The quarterfinals are over, but not without casualties: Mai and Rishid lie in the infirmary, and if Marik isn't defeated in 24 hours, Mai will never wake up! As the airship speeds toward its mysterious destination, Bakura and Marik end their sinister alliance and fight a vicious duel over the Millennium Rod. But who is Bakura's unexpected ally?! Meanwhile, the four semifinalists get ready for what could be the last duels of their lives. And for Jonouchi, it's his last chance to save Mai from Marik's deadly power...
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