The PhatMojo Yu-Gi-Oh! collection includes action figures, blind bags, and more! | Source: PhatMojo

Duel masters have more toys than ever to add to their Yu-Gi-Oh! collection. 

PhatMojo has released a new line of Yu-Gi-Oh! toys to continue the anime’s 25th-anniversary celebrations. The collection will ultimately include officially licensed action figures, collectibles, plush, and more!

Some of the toys available now from this new line includes Series 1 Yu-Gi-Oh! blind bag collectibles. Kids can find all 10 of the different mini figures —  including Yami Yugi, Jinzo, Exodia, Saggi the Dark Clown— and four special chase figures within blind bags. Each of the chibi-style figures comes with a Millennium Puzzle-stamped base for display. The figures cost $6.99 each and are available at Target

Yu-Gi-Oh! Minifigures Collector Set. | Source: PhatMojo

These figures will also be available soon as a Minifigures Collector Set, which also offers three exclusive characters.

The new line from PhatMoho also includes action figures of major Yu-Gi-Oh! characters, including Yami Yugi and Seto Kaiba. The articulated, 5-inch figures come with interchangeable hand pieces and duel disk launchers. These figures are available in-store at Target for $14.99 each.

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Finally, there is a selection of Deluxe Dragons and Monsters figures, including an Exodia figure that shows the Forbidden One broken free of his chains, available for $29.99 each at specialty toy and game stores nationwide. 

All the figures in this line are full of little details, down to the Millenium Puzzle necklace on the Yami Yugi figure and half-broken chains on the Exodia figure. The line is only the first part of PhatMojo’s Yu-Gu-Oh! launch. Stay tuned — there is so much more for young Yu-Gi-Oh! Lovers to look forward to.

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Ashley Pelletier

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley is an Editorial Intern writing for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. She is a Master’s student in journalism at Quinnipiac University. When she isn’t writing her latest story, she is reading a fantasy novel or rewatching one of her three favorite TV shows over and over again. She’s also a big fan of showing people pictures of her three dogs and cat.