Card Appearances:Insect Queen

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Notes[edit]

Naming[edit]

  • In the anime's Spanish dub, this card is known as "Reina Insecto".

Censoring[edit]

Insect Queen's recolored breasts
  • The dub recolored this monster's breasts to red to make her less sexually suggestive.

Mistakes[edit]

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  • When Weevil first uses this card, it's shown as a Normal Monster.
    • This is similar to a few of Weevil's Insect monsters in this duel that were shown as Normal Monsters, when they are really Effect Monsters.

Anime[edit]

Battle City[edit]

  • In episode 64, Weevil Underwood uses this card during his Duel against Joey Wheeler. He Special Summons this card via the effect of "Pinch Hopper". Since there were six Insect-type monsters on the field, this card gained 1200 ATK through its own effect. Weevil then Tributes "Leghul" to allow this monster to attack. This causes this card's ATK to decrease to 3200. This card then attacks and destroys Joey's "Little-Winguard". This card's last effect then Special Summons an "Insect Monster Token". On Weevil's next turn, he Tributes "Cockroach Knight" to allow this card to attack. This card then attacks "Panther Warrior", but Joey activates "Magical Arm Shield" to redirect the attack to Weevil's "Insect Soldiers of the Sky", destroying it. This card's last effect then Special Summons another token. On Weevil's next turn, he Tributes "Cockroach Knight" to allow this card to attack. This card then attacks and destroys Joey's "Panther Warrior". This card's last effect then summons a third token. Later "Gearfried the Iron Knight" attacks and destroys a token, which causes this card's ATK to decrease to 3000. Later Weevil Tributes all the "Army Ant Tokens" he created through the effect of "Multiplication of Ants" in order to allow this card to attack. This card then attacks "Gearfried the Iron Knight", but Joey activates "Graverobber" to steal "Eradicating Aerosol" from Weevil's Graveyard and activate it as his card, destroying this card. "Gearfried the Iron Knight" then attacks and destroys another token, winning Joey the duel. After Joey wins the duel, he obtains this card from Weevil as per the Battle City Rules.
    • This card also appears on the screen of the laptop that Kenta was using when he was trying to let Serenity Wheeler know how the Duel between Joey and Weevil was going.
  • In episode 65, Joey is shown holding this card while going down the street with Tristan Taylor, Téa Gardner, and Solomon Muto and celebrating his victory over Weevil while also stating to his friends that he was able to win this card from Weevil after defeating him.
  • In episode 74, this card appears within a series of flashbacks that show all of Joey's Duels in Battle City.
  • In episode 78, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Joey has when he starts to remember that he is a Duelist (as Marik Ishtar brainwashed him into Dueling Yugi Muto and defeating him).
  • In episode 87, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Odion, He Tribute Summons this card by Tributing "Swordsman of Landstar" and "Alligator's Sword". In the next episode, Odion's "Mystical Beast of Serket" attacks and destroys this card. "Mystical Beast of Serket" then gained ATK equal to half of this card's ATK.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a series of flashbacks that Joey has when he notes to Odion that he has met many people on his way to the Battle City Finals and he kept fighting all the way no matter how grim the situation was.
  • In episode 89, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Odion has when he explains that "Mystical Beast Serket" counts as three Tributes due to it absorbing three of Joey's monsters which was why he could Tribute it for the Tribute Summon of "The Winged Dragon of Ra".

Virtual Realm[edit]

  • In episode 104, this card is shown when Joey was looking through his Deck to choose a Deck Master before he chooses his "Flame Swordsman".
  • In episode 109, this card appears in a flashback Leichter has when he explains to Seto that his treachery began when Gozaburo gave him a large amount of dollars to test Seto's business skills.

Battle City Finals[edit]

  • In episode 124, this card is shown in a flashback that Joey has when he remembers all the Duelists he faced on his way to the Battle City Finals.
  • In episode 126, this card is shown in Joey's hand during his Duel against Yami Marik. Joey intended to Tribute "Little-Winguard" and another monster to summon this card, but the effect of Marik's "Helpoemer" forced Joey to discard this card from his hand before he could do that. This activates the effect of "Coffin Seller", inflicting 300 damage to Joey.

Waking the Dragons[edit]

  • In episode 161, Weevil uses this card during his Duel against Yami Yugi. He Tribute Summons this card by Tributing his "Cell Division Token" and "Pheromone Wasp". This card's ATK then became 3500 due to its own effect and the effect of "The Seal of Orichalcos". After "Leghul" attacks directly, Weevil tributes "Leghul" to allow this card to attack. This card then attacks and destroys Yugi's "Gaia the Dragon Champion" (with this card's ATK becoming 3100 shortly after "Gaia the Dragon Champion" is destroyed as Weevil had used "DNA Surgery" to make all monsters on the field Insect-type monsters). Weevil then activates this card's third effect to Special Summon an "Insect Monster Token" at the end of the Damage Step. The token then gains 500 ATK due to the effect of "The Seal of Orichalcos". This card's ATK increases to 3300 due to another Insect-type monster now being on the field. This card's ATK becomes 3500 after Yugi Normal Summons "Kuriboh" (due to "DNA Surgery" changing the type of "Kuriboh" to Insect). In the next episode, Yugi activates "Natural Selection" to destroy this monster and Special Summon a "Selection Token" with the same stats as this card. Weevil then Tributes the "Insect Monster Token" in order to Tribute Summon "Armored Centipede".

Grand Championship[edit]

Dawn of the Duel[edit]

  • In episode 222, this card is seen in Yugi's thoughts when he notes that he previously let Yami Yugi do things for him and was always behind him, but now is the first time that he must prove that he does not need Yami Yugi's help and show how much he has grown since he first put the Millennium Puzzle.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX[edit]