Twelve-year-old Shobu Kirifuda has one goal: to become a top-ranking player at the game of Duel Masters, a card game in which players use spells and summon monsters to break through their opponents' shield cards and subsequently defeat them. Shobu believes he's a great player, but he soon discovers that there is more to the game than he originally thought; true Duel Masters, he learns, are able to make the monsters on the cards manifest themselves during a duel. A mysterious group has taken a keen interest in Shobu, although their reasons are as mysterious as the group itself. Now Shobu and his friends not only have to win the championship, but also try to figure out who these people are and why they're so interested in Shobu.
At the island-based Duel Academy, young potential duelists gain the skills they need to become a top notch duelist. The students are divided into three classes named after the three Egyptian god cards: the top ranked Obelisk Blue, average Ra Yellow, and beginner Slifer Red. Jaden Yuki is currently a student at the academy, and is a huge fan of the famous Yugi Mutou. Though Jaden must start off slowly in the Slifer Red class, his goal is impressive: to become the next King of Games! Together with Syrus, Chumley, and Bastion, their dueling matches will draw them into the shadow realm, and into trouble. Jaden and the gang must do the only thing possible: get their game on!
If you like card battle then this is for you! Also there are many funny moments that both series can do just as well as the other. Both shows make remarks about the show itself being an anime, and that makes them all the better.
If you like card battle ith a helping of funny then this is for you!
Both are fairly light-hearted, especially near the start, although GX does get darker in themes later on. Both are card game based animes, and both have good humour.
if you like anime that are all about card battle then this one is just what the doctor orderd! also both have a little comedy in them so ya have a good laugh why dont you??
Both series involves card battles.In both of these series you get to see how the battles help them to save the world. That an evil person wants to take over.These series have action and comedy. So, if you like Yu-Gi-Oh! GX then you'd like Duel Master and vise versa.
Beyblading is the latest rage; gyroscopes battle each other in different environments until one is knocked out. Only a true master can bring out a blade’s full potential and unleash the bitbeast within, though. To find out who the true blade master is, a tournament is held. While going up against a team of bio-enhanced beybladers, can the talented but hard-headed Tyson and his team, the Bladebreakers, master their bitbeasts and bring home the win?
In a parallel universe called Mon World, there exist magnificent monsters with special abilities. After years of research, Professor Hiiragi has discovered a way to enter this fantastical place and explore it using his special monster detection device. However, he didn't count on the evil Prince Eccentro, who only wants to grab the powers of the Mon World creatures for his selfish purposes! To protect the freedom and happiness of Mon World, Professor Hiiragi employs the help of his courageous daughter Rockna and her boyfriend Mondo, who transform into the Mon Colle Knights whenever danger calls. Working together with the powerful creatures of Mon World, can Rockna and Mondo prevent Prince Eccentro from fulfilling his evil plans?
Plawres is a highly competitive fighting sport, where remote controlled miniature robots duke it out in a ring. When the bratty Sanshiro and his friends from school enter the contest with their robot, Juohmaru, they take the Plawres community by a storm with their fantastic start. But as their reputation grows, they are forced to face one challenger after another. To cope with the new trials they encounter, Sanshiro must continually improve his skills in programming the robot and hone his fighting instincts and tactics. With the help of his friends and relatives, only the sky is the limit for Sanshiro and Juohmaru!
Both are shounen series involving a boy who gets involved in game-like duels. While the nature of the duels are different in each series (one involves robots, the other uses cards), the two series feel very similar, right down to the group of friends cheering the star on & helping him develope new strategies.
Yugi Mutou was a boy who was constantly bullied – until one day he managed to put together an ancient and mysterious puzzle that no one has been able to solve for two hundred years. Now, whenever Yugi's friends are threatened, a strange transformation occurs, and Yugi seems to become an entirely different person. This transformed Yugi is a master of games, and uses these spontaneously-invented games to trap and to punish the bad guys. At the end of each game, his opponent appears to suffer a painful death; but it is soon revealed that this was all in their minds – or was it?