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Goodbye Kazuki Takahashi: a moving global condolence for the author of Yu-Gi-Oh

by Harry Brown

Yu-Gi-Oh was a childhood piece for everyone. Starting from that cartoon broadcast on Mediaset where the contenders challenged each other with cards, then passing through the real card game produced by Konami and which helped to blossom friendships and rivalries in every place. All this was due to the genius of Kazuki Takahashi.

Unfortunately, the author of Yu-Gi-Oh left us on July 6, with causes still to be clarified. It goes without saying that this is an extremely important disappearance for everyone, and therefore there has been no shortage of messages on the net about it. Joining the global grief was Eric Stuart, voice actor for Seto Kaiba and supervisor of the anime edition of 4Kids Entertainment, the one that was later used in much of the world. The condolences obviously also comes from Konamithe company that marketed and is still expanding the Yu-Gi-Oh card game.

But it’s mostly the fans who have made their voices heard. Twitter is full of cards displayed in honor of the mangaka, there are those who hope that the “Monster Resurrected” card will have an effect in this case and those who say they are willing to create a combination of cards capable of having an effect. The death of Kazuki Takahashi has therefore affected everyone, without distinction, even those who have not read the manga but have lived this world only with the anime or only with the card game.

And thanks again to sensei for creating a world that will continue to move forward.

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