Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Shin Yoshida, Jun Maekawa, Akemi Omode, Yasuyuki Suzuki
Wake up your Heart, Precious Time, Glory Days
51 Return of the Supreme King: Part 3Season 3 - Aug 23 - 2008, 51 Return of the Supreme King: Part 3, 50 Return of the Supreme King: Part 2Season 3 - Aug 16 - 2008, 50 Return of the Supreme King: Part 2, 49 Return of the Supreme King: Part 1Season 3 - Aug 16 - 2008, 49 Return of the Supreme King: Part 1, 48 The Power Within: Part 2Season 3 - Aug 9 - 2008, 48 The Power Within: Part 2, 47 The Power Within: Part 1Season 3 - Aug 9 - 2008, 47 The Power Within: Part 1, 46 The Ultimate Face-Off: Part 2Season 3 - Jul 26 - 2008, 46 The Ultimate Face-Off: Part 2, 45 The Ultimate Face-Off: Part 1Season 3 - Jul 26 - 2008, 45 The Ultimate Face-Off: Part 1, 44 Conquering the Past: Part IIISeason 3 - Jun 14 - 2008, 44 Conquering the Past: Part III, 43 Conquering the Past: Part IISeason 3 - Jun 7 - 2008, 43 Conquering the Past: Part II, 42 Conquering the Past: Part 1Season 3 - May 31 - 2008, 42 Conquering the Past: Part 1, 41 The Forbidden Ritual: Part IISeason 3 - May 24 - 2008, 41 The Forbidden Ritual: Part II, 40 The Forbidden Ritual: Part 1Season 3 - May 17 - 2008, 40 The Forbidden Ritual: Part 1, 39 What Lies Beneath: Part IIISeason 3 - May 10 - 2008, 39 What Lies Beneath: Part III, 38 What Lies Beneath: Part IISeason 3 - May 3 - 2008, 38 What Lies Beneath: Part II, 37 What Lies Beneath: Part 1Season 3 - Apr 26 - 2008, 37 What Lies Beneath: Part 1, 36 A Sight Unseen: Part IISeason 3 - Apr 19 - 2008, 36 A Sight Unseen: Part II, 35 A Sight Unseen: Part 1Season 3 - Apr 12 - 2008, 35 A Sight Unseen: Part 1, 34 The Darkness Is RevealedSeason 3 - Apr 5 - 2008, 34 The Darkness Is Revealed, 33 The State of SyrusSeason 3 - Mar 29 - 2008, 33 The State of Syrus, 32 Turning the Page: Part IISeason 3 - Mar 22 - 2008, 32 Turning the Page: Part II, 31 Turning the Page: Part 1Season 3 - Mar 15 - 2008, 31 Turning the Page: Part 1, 30 Dueling With the Dark ArmySeason 3 - Mar 8 - 2008, 30 Dueling With the Dark Army, 29 Friend or FiendSeason 3 - Mar 1 - 2008, 29 Friend or Fiend, 28 A New World OrderSeason 3 - Feb 23 - 2008, 28 A New World Order, 27 All for OneSeason 3 - Feb 16 - 2008, 27 All for One, 26 Unleashing the Dragon: Part IISeason 3 - Dec 8 - 2007, 26 Unleashing the Dragon: Part II, 25 Unleashing the Dragon: Part ISeason 3 - Dec 1 - 2007, 25 Unleashing the Dragon: Part I, 24 A Dimensional DuelSeason 3 - Nov 24 - 2007, 24 A Dimensional Duel, 23 Breaking of the Sacred SealSeason 3 - Nov 17 - 2007, 23 Breaking of the Sacred Seal, 22 Return of the Sacred BeastsSeason 3 - Nov 10 - 2007, 22 Return of the Sacred Beasts, 21 Triple Play: Part IISeason 3 - Nov 3 - 2007, 21 Triple Play: Part II, 20 Triple Play: Part 1Season 3 - Oct 20 - 2007, 20 Triple Play: Part 1, 19 School Ghoul DuelsSeason 3 - Oct 13 - 2007, 19 School Ghoul Duels, 18 Night of the Living DuelistSeason 3 - Oct 6 - 2007, 18 Night of the Living Duelist, 17 Sub-Desert DuelSeason 3 - Sep 29 - 2007, 17 Sub-Desert Duel, 16 Inter-Dimension DetentionSeason 3 - Sep 22 - 2007, 16 Inter-Dimension Detention, 15 A Snake in the Grass: Part IIISeason 3 - Sep 15 - 2007, 15 A Snake in the Grass: Part III, 14 A Snake in the Grass: Part IISeason 3 - Sep 8 - 2007, 14 A Snake in the Grass: Part II, 13 A Snake in the Grass: Part ISeason 3 - Sep 1 - 2007, 13 A Snake in the Grass: Part I, 12 Trapper KeeperSeason 3 - Aug 4 - 2007, 12 Trapper Keeper, 11 Trapper KeeperSeason 3 - Jul 28 - 2007, 11 Trapper Keeper, 10 Win Mr Stein's DuelSeason 3 - Jul 21 - 2007, 10 Win Mr Stein's Duel, 9 Win Mr Stein's DuelSeason 3 - Jul 14 - 2007, 9 Win Mr Stein's Duel, 8 Head in the Clouds - Part IISeason 3 - Jun 16 - 2007, 8 Head in the Clouds - Part II, 7 Head in the Clouds - Part ISeason 3 - Jun 9 - 2007, 7 Head in the Clouds - Part I, 6 Primal InstinctSeason 3 - May 26 - 2007, 6 Primal Instinct, 5 Hanging With Axel - Part IISeason 3 - May 12 - 2007, 5 Hanging With Axel - Part II, 4 Hanging With Axel - Part 1Season 3 - May 5 - 2007, 4 Hanging With Axel - Part 1, 3 Jewel of a Duel - Part IISeason 3 - Apr 21 - 2007, 3 Jewel of a Duel - Part II, 2 Jewel of a Duel - Part 1Season 3 - Apr 14 - 2007, 2 Jewel of a Duel - Part 1, 1 Third Time's a CharmSeason 3 - Apr 7 - 2007, 1 Third Time's a Charm
Final episode date
March 26, 2008
Yu Gi Oh! Duel Monsters , Yu Gi Oh! 5D's , Yu Gi Oh!
Yu Gi Oh! GX Opening English YouTube
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, known in Japan as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (Japanese: 遊☆戯☆王デュエルモンスターズGX, Hepburn: Yūgiō Dyueru Monsutāzu Jī Ekkusu), is an anime spin-off and sequel of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime. It aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between October 6, 2004 and March 26, 2008, and was succeeded by Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX follows the exploits of Judai Yuki (Jaden Yuki in the 4Kids version) and his companions as he attends Duel Academy. It was later dubbed in English by 4Kids Entertainment and a manga spinoff was created by Naoyuki Kageyama.
- Yu Gi Oh GX Opening English YouTube
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Yu Gi Oh! GX Opening English YouTube
Taking place ten years after the events of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX follows a young boy named Jaden Yuki who attends Duel Academy, a school founded by Seto Kaiba that trains duelists in the field of Duel Monsters. Jaden makes various friends and rivals and takes on many challenges alongside his Elemental Hero deck and a Winged Kuriboh card given to him by Yugi Mutou.
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is produced by Nihon Ad Systems, Inc., and directed by Hatsuki Tsuji. Scripts are prepared by an alternating lineup of writers–Shin Yoshida, Jun Maekawa, Akemi Omode, Yasuyuki Suzuki–with music arrangements by Yutaka Minobe. Takuya Hiramitsu is in charge of sound direction, supervised by Yūji Mitsuya. Character and monster designs are overseen by Kenichi Hara, while Duel layout is overseen by Masahiro Hikokubo. The "GX" in the series' title is short for the term "Generation neXt". "GENEX" was conceived as the series' original title, as can be evidenced in early promotional artwork. It also refers to the GX tournament that takes place between episodes 84 and 104.
The program is divided into episodes classified as "turns". The title sequence and closing credits are accompanied by lyrics varying over the course of the series, with the former immediately followed by an individual episode's number and title. Eyecatches begin and end commercial breaks halfway through each episode; in the first season, there were two eyecatches per episode, usually showcasing the opponents and their key monsters for a given episode while in later seasons, a single eyecatch appears with only the duelists. After the credits, a preview of the next episode, narrated most frequently by KENN and Masami Suzuki, is made, followed by a brief "Today's Strongest Card" segment.
It was subsequently licensed by 4Kids Entertainment and adapted into English, picked up by Cartoon Network and 4Kids TV in North America, where it is also distributed by Warner Bros. Television Animation. Like previous 4Kids adaptations, several changes were made from the original Japanese version, including the names and personalities of characters, the soundtrack, the sound effects, the appearance of visuals such as Life Point counters, and the appearance of cards. The story and some of the visuals are also edited to remove references to death, blood, violence and religion in order to make the series suitable for a younger audience. Also any written language text, either Japanese or English is erased or replaced with unreadable content. These edits are also used in various localizations of the show in countries outside of Asia where 4Kids had distribution rights. The fourth season has not been dubbed, as it was replaced by the North American airing of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's in September 2008.
Dubbed episodes were uploaded onto 4Kids' YouTube page until 29 March 2011, when Nihon Ad Systems and TV Tokyo sued 4Kids and terminated the licensing agreement for the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. The series is currently licensed by 4K Media Inc.. Crunchyroll are currently streaming dubbed episodes and began streaming the subtitled Japanese version of the series in August 2015.
- "Fine Weather Hallelujah" (快晴・上昇・ハレルーヤ, Kaisei Josho Harerûya) by Jindou (Episodes 1-33)
- "99%" by BOWL (Episodes 34-104)
- "Teardrop" (ティアドロップ, Tiadoroppu) by BOWL (Episodes 105-156)
- "Precious Time, Glory Days" by Psychic Lover (Episodes 157-180)
- "Genkai Battle" (限界バトル, Genkai Batoru) by JAM Project (Episodes 1-33)
- "Wake up your Heart" by KENN (Episodes 34-104)
- "The Sun" (太陽, Taiyou) by Bite the Lung (Episodes 105-156)
- "Endless Dream" by Kitada Nihiroshi (Episodes 157-180)
- "Get Your Game On" by Alex Walker, Jake Siegler and Matthew Ordek.
A manga spin-off of the series supervised by Kazuki Takahashi and written and illustrated by Naoyuki Kageyama began serialization in V-Jump on December 17, 2005. The chapters have been collected and published in nine tankōbon volumes by Shueisha starting on November 2, 2006. The manga is licensed for English language release by Viz Media, which serialized the first 37 chapters in its Shonen Jump manga anthology. The remaining chapters were published straight to graphic novel, beginning with volume 5. The plot of the manga is completely different from the anime and is more of a continuation to the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series with Shadow Games and the Millennium Items playing a major role within the story. There are also new monsters and changes to some of the characters' personalities. Unlike the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, all the names used in the English version of the manga are taken from the dubbed anime. A one-shot of the GX manga was released on June 21, 2014 in the August issue of V-Jump. The one-shot was written and illustrated by Naoyuki Kageyama. An English version of this chapter was released on December 29, 2014 by Weekly Shonen Jump.
Several video games based on Yu-Gi-Oh! GX have been developed and published by Konami.
Two games were released for Game Boy Advance; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Aim to be Duel king! and Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters Expert 2006.
Four games have been released for Nintendo DS; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Nightmare Troubadour, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Spirit Caller, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters World Championship 2007 and Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2008. A fifth title, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Card Almanac, is not actually a game, but a catalog of cards up to 2007.
The Tag Force series has appeared on the PlayStation Portable, which adds the ability to form tag team duels, with the first three games in the series being based on the GX series (subsequent games are based on Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's). The titles are Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2 and Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3. The first game was also ported to PlayStation 2 as Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Tag Force Evolution. So far, Tag Force 3 has not been released in North America. It was however, released in Europe, and its follow up, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4, has been released in all regions including North America.
In 2007, Eaglemoss productions signed a deal to release a magazine based upon the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX franchise named Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Ultimate Guide.This series of issues (Priced as 99p for Issue 1, £1.99 for Issues 2 to 60 and £4.99 for the Mini Monsters Special Issue) ran from 2007 to 2009 and totalled 61 issues. Each fortnight a collectable would be included in the form a medal (Academy character or duel monster), a Triang (2x shiny or 1x Holographic) or a miniature monster which would stand on its own platform. In Issue 2 a tin was provided to keep medals and triangs in, along with a further 2 collectable file folders to hold the comics in later issues.
The artist Inu Mayuge (犬 マユゲ, Dog Brows) parodied Yu-Gi-Oh! GX in the comic De-I-Ko! GX (犬☆眉☆毛DE-I-KO! GX). The parody was posted in the June 25, 2009 V-Jump.