Yu-Gi-Oh! it is part of every childhood. The anime became a must-watch during the 1990s and 2000s, and then led to the creation of a successful card game that has endured to this day, like the release of Yu-Gi-Oh! master duel. This brand was born Kazuki Takahashithe mangaka who started the series on Weekly Shonen Jump.

Unfortunately, confirmed news has arrived from Japanese broadcaster NHK. The author of Yu-Gi-Oh! Kazuki Takahashi was found dead. At 10:30 a.m. on July 6, 2022, a body with snorkeling equipment was found in the sea off the coast of Nago, one of the cities of the Okinawa archipelago. The Nago Coast Guard was unable to do anything other than identify the body, which turned out to be that of the mangaka. The author would have turned 61 in October. At the moment, the Japanese police and security guard are investigating the case.

The loss of the genius that produced the king of games is undoubtedly remarkable. To Yu-Gi-Oh, the mangaka has mainly focused on short stories like THE COMIQ as well as collaborations of various kinds without focusing on the manga's spin-offs and sequels. But he will always be remembered for this Duel Monsters, a game that will be remembered for a long time.

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