Yu-gi-oh! Zexal chapters 36-45 Story by Kazuki Takahashi and Shin Yoshida, Art by Naoto Miyoshi Review
In this set of chapters, Zexal continues to raise the stakes and be absolutely ludicrous. The plot seems to be barreling towards a climax with nothing less than the fate of the world on the line. I could practically hear the violin playing in my head during the melodramatic reveals.
The series has entered the realm of “so bad it’s good” a feat not easily achieved. With over-the-top execution of the rather mundane concept of the previous incarnations that spun out of the original Yu-gi-oh!— Zexal is at the very least enjoyable each month. That being said the quality of the series has slipped from bad to downright awful. In conclusion this chunk of the series is enjoyably bad for those who enjoy such fare. Grab the popcorn and read the soapy goodness!