ITT, Yu-Gi-Oh! villains and why they're awesome.
Hermaphroditic demonic sado-masochistic spirit that wants to show the protagonist "its love".
Not too hard, there.
He was so fabouless he turned everyone around him gay. AND IN THE END HE WAS STRAIGHT
He was a foreigner.
They probably think we're all like that.
Can you believe it, anonymous?
Bandit Keith, true AMERICAN.
tri hetrerochomic too
Why is there a cookie on this mans head? Did he unlock the cookie chakra?
...that's an eye.
More importantly, how fabulous can a man get before he turns gay as well?
Zork, because well he is just that friggen fucked up. That and the dude in the KC Grand Championships.
Why does he need a third eye! Also why are they different colors? Did a four year old do the color layout? Even his hair is two different colors. Thats just stupid.
DESTROY THE WORLD!
He stayed fresh throughtout the whole series, even though he was introduced in like volume 5. He had not too much screen time, not too little and fuck, he went from incredibly moe to extremely GAR far better than Yugi did even. And for the very end he turned into a manly bandit. Also, bat hair.
He also has one boob, one testicle, and one vagina flap.
/r/ anatomy diagram
There is a mathematical equation for that. Its similar to how black holes are formed; mass, energy, gravity, and beauty all need to be taken into acount.
Yu-gi-oh anime vs manga, which is better?
I've been reading the manga for a few volumes, and it would seem the anime would've been pretty damn boring. Does it get better? From what I have gathered, the series changes quite a lot at some point.
It's SUPPOSED to be a batshit design, you lopsided frankfurter.
Both are good if you like the series itself. And yeah, the anime does change a lot. At the start there's quite a few of "WTF" moments, but it is worth watching. Anime is admitedly way slower than the manga.
I have to say though, the anime has the best OST ever, and the Japanese voices are VERY good.
Evil Marik was positively saturated with style. I doubt I'll ever bear witness to such a great villain again.
Hmm, the first 3 or 4 volumes of the manga have been partly interesting, but also pointless. They were more or less one shot things with no plot. At what point does the anime get to the point that a "real" story starts? I'd rather not watch anything "pointless"(like filler), the story's where it's at. So, an estimate of the episode would be nice. 26? 50? 100?
After watching this great gif, I feel everybody should enjoy Bakura eating a steak:
A gif is fine too.
inb4 gene simmons marik
Well, the one shot stuff ends with the first duelist volume, volume 8, or YGO: DM episode 1. There really isn't a point where the real story starts, it's all canon from YGO: DM episode 1, the filler arcs are later on. The anime is really slow paced though as I said, but worth it if you like the series enough to watch it.
Right, maybe I'll give it a try at some time. I'll stick to the manga for now.
in b4 goat headed villain.
Why is shit coming out of that steak?
Hey you forgot about me /a/.
This thing right here, is evil.
oh dark zebra how i missed you
Because Germans know how to roll FABULOUSLY, and a deck based on Norse Mythology is an auto fuckwin awesome.
Not FABULOUS enough
Come on guys, who doesn't love HAGAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!?