Yu-Gi-Oh! bunkoban - Volume 003

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Volume 3
Contains chapters2640
Release dates
JapaneseJune 15, 2007[1]
Japanese (color digital)March 31, 2016[2]
Yu-Gi-Oh! (bunkoban) volumes
PreviousVolume 2
NextVolume 4

Volume 3 is the third installment of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga reprinted in bunkoban format.

It included the tarot card, The Empress, featuring Mai Kujaku in its design.


Image Number English title Japanese title
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 26 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#26 "Russian Roulette" のロシアン・ルーレット
Shi no Roshian Rūretto
"Russian Roulette of Death"
Seto Kaiba invites Yugi and Jonouchi to his mansion, where they are to be treated as V.I.P.s for the grand opening of his secret project the next day. Mokuba still comes across as sinister, but invites the guests to a meal.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 27 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#27 "Project Start!" 計画プロジェクト始動スタート!!
Purojekuto Sutāto!!
"Project Start!!"
Kaiba reveals his secret project, as he brings Yugi and Jonouchi to the grand opening of the indoor amusement part Kaiba Land.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 28 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#28 "Arena #1" だい一の戦場バトルフィールド
Daīchi no Batoru Fīrudo
"First Battlefield"
Yugi starts the first stage of Death-T.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 29 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#29 "Shooting Stardust" シューティング・スターダスト
Shūtingu Sutādasuto
Yugi, Jonouchi and Honda face Johnny Gayle, Bob McGuire and "name unknown" in the Stardust Shootout.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 30 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#30 "Don't Make a Sound!" 声を出すな!!
Koe o Dasuna!!
"Don't Make a Sound!!"
The Kaiba Manor butler, subjects Yugi and his friends to the Electric Chair Ride.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 31 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#31 "Murderer's Mansion" 殺人マーダーズマンション
Mādāzu no Manshon
Yugi and his friends enter the Murderer's Mansion stage of Death-T.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 32 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#32 "Chainsaw Deathmatch!!" チェンソーデスマッチ!!
Chensō Desumacchi!!
Jonouchi is lured into a deathmatch with the Chopman.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 33 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#33 "Terror Cubed!!!" 正方形の恐怖!!!
Seihōkei no Kyōfu!!!
Inside the empty Death T-3 room, Yugi and his friends reminisce over how their lives have changed, before large blocks start to fall from the ceiling.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 34 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#34 "Arena #2" 第2の闘技場!!!
As Yugi, Jonouchi and Anzu grieve over the loss of Honda, Yugi admits to thinking there is another Yugi inside him, before advancing to face Mokuba in the next stage of Death-T.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 35 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#35 "Board Game Deathmatch" 盤上の死闘
Banjō no Shitō
Dark Yugi faces Mokuba in a game of Capsule Monster Chess in the penultimate stage of Death-T.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 36 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#36 "Battle Beyond Hope" 無常のラストバトル
Mujō no Rasutobatoru
"Unknown Last Battle"
Seto Kaiba tries to inflict the "Experience of Death" Penalty Game on Mokuba for losing to Dark Yugi. Afterwards, Seto faces Dark Yugi in a game of Duel Monsters in the final stage of Death-T.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 37 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#37 "To the Death!!" 死闘!!死闘!!
Shitō!! Shitō!!
"Deathmatch!! Deathmatch!!"
Dark Yugi continues his Duel with Seto Kaiba. Yugi mostly plays defensively, while Kaiba maintains the upper hand, with his powered-up "Saggi the Dark Clown".
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 38 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#38 "The Terror of Blue-Eyes!!" 青眼ブルーアイズきょう!!
Burūaizu no Kyōfu!!
Dark Yugi and Seto Kaiba continue their Duel in Death T-5. Kaiba Summons more copies of "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" making things more difficult for Yugi.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 39 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#39 "Endgame!!" 死闘の果て!!
Shitō no Hate!!
"End of the Deathmatch!!"
With his life depending on what he gets, Dark Yugi prepares to draw his final card in his Duel against Kaiba. His only hope is to get the final piece of "Exodia", but he starts to doubt he can get it.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 40 - bunkoban - JP - color.png
#40 "A Piece of His Heart" 心の1片
Kokoro no Ichiben
After defeating Seto Kaiba, Dark Yugi inflicts the "Mind Crush" Penalty Game and Mokuba tells the story of how Seto grew-up to be the way he is.


  1. Books.shueisha.co.jp 遊・戯・王  3 (japanese)
  2. @jump_bookstore (March 31, 2016). "Full color versions of Yu-Gi-Oh!" – via Twitter