Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc V Gets Manga by Naohito Miyoshi
posted on by Karen Ressler
This year's September issue of Shueisha's V-Jump magazine will announce on Tuesday a Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V manga series will debut in the October issue on August 21. Original character designer Naohito Miyoshi is drawing the series.
Miyoshi previously drew a one-shot manga for Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V in V-Jump magazine in May 2014. The short also ran in Viz Media's digital English Edition of Shonen Jump. Akihiro Tomonaga's SD spinoff manga, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Saikyo Duelist Yūya (Strongest Duelist Yūya), debuted in Saikyo Jump in April.
The Yu-Gi-Oh Arc-V anime, the newest Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series inspired by Kazuki Takahashi's original manga, premiered in Japan last April. The series was slated to debut internationally this spring or summer.
The story is set in Maiami City on the coast of Japan. Yūya is a second-year middle school student who loves to entertain people. Although he is small, he has been training his tough body and Action Duelist arms with weapons. His dream is to become an "Entertainment Duelist" who makes people smile. One day, Yūya ends up fighting an exhibition match with the current champion of Pro Duel world…
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