Yu-Gi-Oh creator Kazuki Takahashi dies aged 60

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    The creator of Yu-Gi-Oh, Kazuki Takahashi, tragically passed away at the age of 60, and the police still do not know the official cause of death. Kazuki Takahash, who is known for overseeing Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise since its inception in 1996, has passed away at the age of 60.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! launched Takahashi’s career when it debuted in 1996. Before that, he had achieved moderate success with a manga adaptation of the 1986 sports anime Go-Q-Choji Ikkiman, which he eventually created released his first original work, Tokio no Taka, in 1990. Fans across social media are devastated, as Takahashi’s creativity has shaped so many childhoods and lives. many individuals. Yu-Gi-Oh! was one of the first manga and manga series that really made a big splash around the world, and because of that, Takahashi’s skills can’t be underestimated.

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