Although The original author, Takahashi Kazuki, passed away last month, but there is no denying that “Yu-Gi-Oh, Yu-Gi-Oh,” still has a prominent influence all over the world. Recently, the emerging brand Unoriginal Ideas Ltd. used “Yu-Gi-Oh Yu-Gi-Oh” as the creative theme to create a special YAMI HOODIE based on the story’s protagonist “Muto Game”.
“Yu-Gi-Oh Yu-Gi-Oh”, originally titled “You ☆ Drama ☆ King,” is a shonen comic serialized by manga artist Kazuki Takahashi in “Weekly Shonen Jump” in 1996. The story revolves around the young Muto game, who loves games, and a series of adventures that unfold after unraveling the mystery of “Building Blocks of the Millennium” and awakening the ancient Egyptian pharaoh (dark game). Although the early part of the story was still based on a variety of games, the middle and late stages fully focused on “card duels” created by Takahashi and Nozomi, and this kind of card duel is also the key to why “Yu-Gi-Oh, Yu-Gi-Oh” is popular all over the world. According to information, Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG is not only the Guinness World Record for “the best-selling card game in the world”, but also the “card exchange game competition with the largest number of participants.” At the same time, it also made the original “Tour ☆ Drama ☆ Wang” very popular. From 1996 to 2004, a total of 343 episodes and 38 single-line episodes were serialized. It also featured two animated works, several movie versions, and PC games.
This time, the YAMI HOODIE launched by Unoriginal Ideas Ltd. is made of thick cotton, dark purple and has a zipper that extends to the top of the hat. Just pull the zipper completely on to see the face of the main character “Muto Game (Dark Game)” and his most characteristic zigzag hairstyle; in addition, just like the anime interpretation, the chest is printed with the familiar “Thousand Years Old” The “building block” pattern is full of tribute meaning.
You can now buy this YAMI HOODIE at Unoriginal Ideas Ltd., for $190.
23882900cookie-checkUnoriginal Ideas Ltd. launches hooded jacket inspired by “Yu-Gi-Oh!” protagonist “Muto Game”