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Name: Yu-Gi-Oh!
Country of Origin: Japan
Type of Source: Anime
Created By: 4Kids Entertainment
Year Created: 2001
Number of Episodes: 224
Year Ended: 2006

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Yugi Muto plays "Duel Monsters," the card game that is the focus of the series.


  • Originally released in Japan as "Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters," Yu-Gi-Oh! is a show about duelist Yugi Muto and a group of friends who compete in Duel Monsters card battles, which is basically hells version of crazy eights. As the series progresses, Yugi and his friends learn about the game's roots in ancient Egypt as a way of sealing powerful monsters, as well as of the origin of the Millennium Items. Spawned two spin-offs in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and Yu-Gi-Oh! 5-D's. Dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment.

Media Infomation[edit]

  • Anime/Cartoon series

Made by[edit]

  • Studio Gallop and Nihon Ad Systems

Country of Origin[edit]

  • Japan


  • JP: April 18, 2000
  • US: September 29, 2001



With emphasis given to those seen in Youtube Poops

  • Yugi Muto
  • Yami Yugi/Atem
  • Tea Gardner/Anzu
  • Joseph Wheeler/Katsuya Jonouchi
  • Duke Devlin/Ryuji Otogi
  • Seto Kaiba
  • Maximillion Pegasus/Pegasus J. Crawford
  • Bandit Keith
  • Bakura
  • Yami Bakura
  • Marik
  • Yami Marik

Episodes etc[edit]

  • 224 episodes total with a few different sequel shows as well.

First Used in a Poop by[edit]

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Further information[edit]

  • In Japanese, Yu-Gi-Oh (Yugio) means "King of Game"
  • The series we all know and love is not really the first Yu-Gi-Oh anime; there are over twenty episodes, unavailable in English, that preceded this series, belonging instead to a series of their own. They chronicled the adventures of Yugi and friends before any mention of Duel Monsters.
  • There's also this Internet series that's created by a former Youtuber named LittleKuriboh called Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Abridged Series. Unfortunately, it ended up spawning a bunch of lame rip-offs and relies heavily on overused jokes.

Main Source for Poopers[edit]

Official website[edit]