Yu-Gi-Oh Fan Goes Viral After Perfectly Recreating an Anime Meme

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J

Yu-Gi-Oh remains one of the most popular anime series when it comes to creating a real-life card game to coincide with its release, joining the likes of Pokemon and Digimon when it comes to creating tournaments in the real world. While the story of Yugi Moto in the first season of the franchise, Duel Monsters, came to a close years ago, the characters of this entry remain one of the most popular, notable duelists of the series, so it’s no surprise to see that a recreation of a meme has gone viral that features Yugi battling Joey.

Duel monster battles have been fast and frequent throughout the numerous entries of Yu-Gi-Oh, with Yugi Moto normally finding himself battling against opponents that are linked to the supernatural world known as the Shadow Realm, which was linked to the culture of ancient Egypt. While Yugi and Joey were friends throughout the series, they have battled one another before, testing their skills as duelists against one another and while the ancient pharoah was able to claim victory, Joey Wheeler came pretty close to claiming victory as he continued to evolve as a duelist and make a name for himself along the way.

Twitter Artist Cocasse_Rin took the hilarious meme of two friends playing chess on a log flume ride, putting Yugi and Joey into the roles of the two players, which is much like the duels that they experienced during the first season of Yu-Gi-Oh which kicked off the series and introduced Duel Monsters to the world:

i don’t regret doing this meme with my two fav yugioh characters pic.twitter.com/VXpf9JeShr

— Coca (??) – joey wheeler soup (@cocasse_rin) December 6, 2021

Currently, Yugi Moto and Joey Wheeler are nowhere to be seen in Yu-Gi-Oh’s anime, with a new cast of characters being introduced in the latest entry of Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens. This doesn’t mean that the pair of duelists might never appear again, as Yugi has made recurring appearances in the following seasons and movies. Needless to say, even without Yugi Moto, the dueling series continues to be a popular entry in the world of anime and real world tournaments are continuing to be held to test players’ skills.

{replyCount}comments

What do you think of this hilarious recreation of the amusement park ride meme? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of duelists.

from Ultimate Comic Blog
https://ift.tt/31MyHTE
via IFTTT

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.