Takahashi Kazuki, the original author of “Yu-Gi-Oh!” dies
Kazuki Takahashi, a Japanese cartoonist and author of the “Yu-Gi-Oh” series, died on July 6 at the age of 60.
On the morning of the 6th, local Japanese media reported breaking news that they found a body believed to be Kazuki Takahashi on the beach in Nagoya, Okinawa Prefecture, and the next day, on the 7th, the maritime security office in Nagoya confirmed that Kazuki Takahashi himself. At the time of his death, Kazuki Takahashi was wearing a snorkeling device, so the cause of death is believed to have been caused by an accident while snorkeling.
Kazuki Takahashi worked as a designer for a game company and changed his job as a cartoonist, and later rose to stardom by acquiring everything in the “Yu-Gi-Oh” series (including various copyrights, copyrights, and writers themselves). Since then, with the production of the TCG of the Yu-Gi-Oh series, Kazuki Takahashi has achieved greater success and has maintained the top five annual cartoon profits in Japan for more than 15 years since the cartoon was completed.
On the other hand, his representative work, “Yu-Gi-Wang” series, has been produced with countless video games as well as actual playable TCGs, and his latest work includes “Yu-Gi-Wang Master Dual,” which was released on a multi-platform. 토토추천