‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Creator Kazuki Takahashi Found Dead At Sea

‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Creator Kazuki Takahashi Found Dead At Sea.  Kazuki Takahashi, the creator of the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” manga comic and trading card game, has died, apparently while snorkeling in southwestern Japan, the coast guard said Friday.


Creator Kazuki Takahashi Found Dead At Sea. 

Takahashi’s body was reportedly found floating off the coast of Nago in Okinawa, wearing snorkeling gear.


Takahashi, a comic book artist, started his career in the 80s. But his big success came in 1996, when he first published the Yu-Gi-Oh! in the popular comic magazine Weekly Shonen Jump. The series focused on a spiky haired precocious boy named Yugi who, after solving an ancient puzzle, gets possessed by an ancient spirit that helps Yugi challenge various bullies and bad guys to mystic games.

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The comic ran for 8 years and became a worldwide sensation, inspiring a trading card game that’s sold billions of cards, a popular anime series that ran in the U.S. for 6 years, and various other spin-off series, movies, and video games.

Takahashi stayed working in comics, recently publishing the limited series The Comiq about a comic artist who finds out his backgrounds are being drawn by someone in prison, as well as collaborating with Marvel for a book starring Iron Man and Spider-Man.


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