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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Vol. 8 Paperback – January 3, 2012
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About the Author
Naoyuki Kageyama was born April 12, 1969, which makes him an Aries, and is originally from Tokyo, Japan. He is the recipient of an honorable mention for the 1990 Weekly Shonen Jump Hop Step Award for his work Mahou No Trump (Magic Trump) and started drawing Yu-Gi-Oh! GX for Monthly V Jump in February 2006. Kageyama is a baseball fan and his favorite team is the Seibu Lions.
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That being said what can I say about volume 8? At this point things have really heated up as Jaden is tussling with Aster Phoenix. There are some interesting and intense duels in this volume but a striking problem remais: this series has been rushed! While the first couple volumes took their time telling the exposition, the infinitely more interesting arcs that have followed have been strained. It honestly seems as though the publishers made a snap decision that the series wasn't profitable and that they had to wrap it up quickly. This is sad to hear as this is a fairly well done piece of work and definitely one of the better volumes of the series. The big downside is that with 1 volume to go it is hard to not feel deflated as you realize that the manga is being cut short of its potential. So if you follow the series this is a great addition, despite the fact that after volume 9 the series abruptly stops.