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Yu-Gi-Oh! Starlight Heroes is a anime series that is a spin-off to Yu-Gi-Oh! It takes place after Arc-V and before VRAINS.

Summary Sypnosis

The shows sets with a girl named Junko Yusa (Juno Yusa in English dub) coming into town called Neo Domino City in search of her mother, who has mysteriously disappeared and she will face some enemies with the help of her new friends and a young teen girl named Starlight, who gives her the Star of Courage mark on her right hand.

Characters

Main Characters

Junko Yusa/Juno Yusa (ユクス・ジュンコ Yuusa Junko)

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu (Japanese); Sarah Natochenny (English)
The main protagonist of the series who is searching for her mother. She has a street smart personality and a great Dueliest who never loses a duel. Her ace Duel Monster is the Stealth Ninja Girl. She saves Starlight from danger twice and becomes connected to her, giving her The Star of Courage mark on her right hand.

Starlight (スターライト Sutāraito)

Voiced by: Aoi Yūki (Japanese); Haven Paschall (English)
The secondary protagonist of the series who acompanies Junko on her search for her mother. She has no memory of her life, but does know that she was taken care of by Shibata and Haruka. She is connected to Junko who gives her the Star of Courage mark on her right hand.

Miyako Fujii/Annie Wilcox (藤井宮子 Fujii Miyako)

Voiced by: Yui Horie (Japanese); Suzy Myers (English)
Miyako is a high school student and is the first person Junko meets and becomes her friend. She is book smart and doesn't know how to play Duel Monsters, but Junko teaches her how to play. She is the first person to know about Starlight's powers. Her father is a Duelist Champion.

Hideaki Sugiyama/Reuben Mitchell (杉山秀明 Sugiyama Hideaki)

Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae (Japanese); Wayne Grayson (English)
Hideaki is Miyako's best friend and also becomes Junko's friend. He is an inventor, but sometimes his inventions are a failure and they all exploded. He doesn't know how to play Duel Monsters, but Junko teaches him how to play. He has a crush on Miyako, but is too shy to admit it and he sometimes gets jealous whenever Miyako gets all lovestruck with some hot guy. He doesn't know about Starlight's powers until episode 25.

Takayuki Fujii/Ethan Wilcox (藤井隆行 Fujii Takayuki)

Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki (Japanese); Laurie Hymes (English)
Takayuki is Miyako's 6 year old brother. He is a junior duelist and he is very obnoxious. He can easily annoyed his big sister or Junko. He doesn't know about Starlight's powers until episode 25. He develops a big crush on Starlight and claims that they are a couple, but Starlight is not interested in him because he is 10 years younger than she is.

Drako Otsuka (ドレイコ大塚 Otsuka Drako)

Voiced by: Ryota Osaka (Japanese); Jason Griffith (English)
A mysterious boy who came into town for no reason. He is a strong duelist and his ace Duel Monster is the Black Wolf Beast. He is served as Junko's love interest. He may or may not know about Starlight's powers, but he somehow knows in episode 25.

Ami Yusa/Amy Yusa (アミ・ユサ Yuusa Ami)

Voiced by: Ai Kayano (Japanese); Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (English)
Ami is Junko's 6 year old sister who was very sick since the age of 3,but feels a lot better after the surgery. She soon became a Duelist at the end of season 2.

Supporting Characters

Neo Domnio City

Sensei Shibata/Professor Stewart (柴田先生 Shibata-sensei)

Voiced by: Unshō Ishizuka (Japanese); Ted Lewis (English)
Miyako and Hideaki's high school teacher and Haruka's boss. He takes Junko into his home until Junko finds her mother. He knows about Starlight's powers.

Haruka Nakajima/Hope Summers (中島はるか Nakajima Haruka)

Voiced by: Aya Endō (Japanese); Eileen Stevens (English)
A girl who befriends Junko and is a assistant to Sensei Shibata. She took care of Starlight for a long time before she even met Junko. She is not a duelist because she doesn't like to see Duel Monsters getting hurt. She has a secret that nobody knows.

Lila Yamagata (リラ山形 Yamagata Rira)

Voiced by: Minako Kotobuki (Japanese); Erica Schroeder (English)
Lila is a classmate of Miyako and Hideaki who is a bookworm

Hitoshi Ehime/Hunk Madsion (愛媛人 Ehime Hitoshi)

Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Samuel Vincent (English)
Hitoshi is a classmate of Miyako and Hideaki who always picks on them and bullies other students.

Tetsu Wakayama/Lenny Whithalets (和歌山哲 Wakayama Tetsu)

Voiced by: Hiro Shimono (Japanese); Ben Phillips (English)
Tetsu is a classmate of Miyako and Hideaki who is a scrawny nerd and has the biggest crush on Junko, but Junko always rejects him. He is also jealous of Drako's love for Junko.

Michiko Ueda/Stephanie Richmont (上田道子 Ueda Michiko)

Voiced by: Yoko Hikasa (Japanese); Brittney Lee Hamilton (English)
Michiko is a Champion of the Duelist Contest and is Miyako's rival.

Isao Fujii/Wilson Wilcox (藤井功 Fujii Isao)

Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi (Japanese); Carmen Borgia (English)
Isao is the Duelist Champion of Neo Domino City and is Miyako and Takayuki's father.

Kimi Fujii/Kimberly Wilcox (藤井君 Fujii Kimi)

Voiced by: Nana Mizuki (Japanese); Michele Knotz (English)
Kimi is Isao's wife and Miyako and Takayuki's mother

Yasushi Nakajima/Gideon Summers (中島安 Nakajima Yasu)

Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese); Jonathan Silver (English)
Yasushi is a mysterious Duelist who is a loner and is Junko's rival.

Den City

Kaiya Yusa/Kayla Yusa (カイヤ・ユサ Yuusa Kaiya)

Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (Japanese); Maggie McDowell (English)
Kaiya is Junko's mother who disappeared prior to the series and now Junko is searching for her. At the mid-end of Season 1, Kaiya was found and rescued by Junko and they are reunited at last.

Reika Koizumi/Jessica “Frankie” Paradise (小泉麗華 Koizumi Reika)

Voiced by: Yoko Hikasa (Japanese); Kate Higgins (English)
Reika is Junko's close childhood friend and the world’s most famous singer, movie star and TV star actress, and figure-skater.

Haya Shirai/Quinn Morrison (白井羽 Shirai Haya)

Voiced by: Megumi Han (Japanese); Jo Armeniox (English)
Haya is a classmate of Junko's back in Den City

Naoko Imamura/Anthony Caperbon (今村尚子 Imamura Naoko)

Voiced by: Yuki Kaji (Japanese); Rory Max Kaplan (English)
Naoko is a classmate of Junko's back in Den City

Yukari Akiyama/Yvette Rodriguez (秋山ゆかり Akiyama Yukari)

Voiced by: Masumi Asano (Japanese); Laura Bailey (English)
Yukari is a high-ranking secret agent.

Minami Koizumi/Evangeline Paradise (南小泉 Koizumi Minami)

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro (Japanese); Cindy Robinson (English)
Minami is Reika's mother, a singer, movie star and TV star actress, supermodel, and figure-skater.

Fumiko Yuki/Samantha Yuki (ユキフミ子 Yuuki Fumiko)

Voiced by: Kana Asumi (Japanese); Jennifer Foraziati-DaCosta (English)
Fumiko is a journalist, a competitor for the Den City Dueling Championship, and the daughter of Judai Yuuki (Jaden Yuki in the English Dub) and Asuka Tenjoin (Alexis Rhodes in the English Dub). She works at a journal company in the far side of town.

Ignacio Matsumoto/Hendrix Bowie (松本生弘成志雄 Matsumoto Ignacio)

Voiced by: Daisuke Ono (Japanese); Quinton Flynn (English)
Ignacio is a rock and roller and a competitor for the Den City Dueling Championship.

Fritz Weber (フリッツ・ウェーバー Furittsu u~ēbā)

Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa  (Japanese); Fred Tatasciore (English)
Fritz is a German Duelist who always eats all of the food he likes and is a competitor for the Den City Dueling Championship.

Jiro Shimizu/Hamilton Von Hiller (清水次郎 Shimizu Jirō)

Voiced by: Junko Minagawa (Japanese); Bryce Papenbrook  (English)
Jiro is a silent scientist who is short and can only make grunt sounds and is a competitor for the Den City Dueling Championship

Mamiko Hasegawa/Miette Beaumont (長谷川真美子 Hasegawa Mamiko)

Voiced by: Kei Shindō (Japanese); Maggie McDowell (English)
Mamiko is Junko's childhood rival. She is very jealous of Junko and also embarrasses her about Junko's crush on Drako. She is also the leader of a group called the Razzle Dazzle Trio.

Yurika Moriyama/Phoebe Swanson (ゆりか森山 Moriyama Yurika)

Voiced by: Megumi Kubota (Japanese); Alex Cazares (English)
Yurika is one of Mamiko's friends, a member of the Razzle Dazzle Trio and one of Junko and the Starlight Gang's rivals.

Famiko Takeuchi/Amoret Fernandez (竹内普三航 Takeuchi Famiko)

Voiced by: Misato Fukuen (Japanese); Brittney Lee Hamilton (English)
Famiko is one of Mamiko's friends, a member of the Razzle Dazzle Trio and one of Junko and the Starlight Gang's rivals.


Ophelia (オフィーリア Ofīria)

Voiced by: Masako Nozawa (Japanese); Tara Platt (English)
Ophelia is a elder woman who came to visit Den City for some unknown reason. She seems to know about Starlight's past.

Phoenix (フェニックス Fenikkusu)

Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano (Japanese); Grant George  (English)
Phoenix is the leader of a Anti-Social group against SOL Technologies for some reason. He knows Junko very well.

North (埜数 Norsu)

Voiced by: Koharu Kusumi (Japanese); Jenny Emm (English)
North is one of the members of a Anti-Social group against SOL Technologies for some reason. She knows Junko very well.

Mimi (ミミ Mimi)

Mimi is a little puppy who followed Starlight after listening to her sing her song. Starlight befriends Mimi and decides to adopt her as her pet.

The Midnight Star Mages

The Midnight Star Mages are a trio of sorceresses created by Jing Le Yu's master Hikasu before her death. In the present day, they are great friends of Daichi Yusa until his death and King Stardust. They appear in the dreams of Starlight

Frozen Water General Aqua (凍った水の一般的なアクア Kōtta Mizu No Ippantekina Akua)

Voiced by: Reina Ueda (Japanese); Willa Holland (English)
Aqua is the leader of the Midnight Star Mages.

Blazing Rock General Rouge (ブレージング・ロック・ジェネラル・ルージュ Burējingu Rokku Jeneraru Rūju)

Voiced by: Rie Takahashi (Japanese); Cassandra Lee Morris (English)
Rouge is the one of the Midnight Star Mages.

Thundering Moonstone General Zan Moonlight (サンダームーンストーンゼーンムーンライト Sandāmūnsutōnzēnmūnraito)

Voiced by: Ryoka Yuzuki (Japanese); Lisa Ortiz (English)
Zan Moonlight is the one of the Midnight Star Mages and the eldest of them.

Data World

Luigi Françoise Le Bihan Lafond (ルイジ・フランソワ・ル・ビーハン・ラフォンド Ruiji Furansowa Ru Bīhan Rafondoa)

Voiced by: Taiki Matsuno (Japanese); Tom Wyner (English)
Luigi was once King Stardust's royal adviser, but he did something really bad and King Stardust turned him into a blob thing and was trap inside a magical computer. He was activated by Junko and Starlight. He has a massive crush on Miyako because he watched the Dueling Contest on TV (Yes, even when he is trapped inside a computer).

Ninja Clan

Hyousuke (ヒュースケ Hyūsuke)

Voiced by: Tomomichi Nishimura (Japanese); Patrick Seitz (English)
Hyousuke is a elder of the Ninja Clan and he helps Junko train to use her abilities through her blindness.

Oshin (おしん Oshin)

Voiced by: Yūji Mitsuya (Japanese); Ted Biaselli (English)
Oshin is a old Ninja teacher who teaches Junko all the abilities of the ninja.

Kaoru (薫 Kaoru)

Voiced by: Yoshiko Matsuo (Japanese); Gwendoline Yeo (English)
Kaoru is a elderly woman who serves tea to Junko and her friends.

Star Kingdom

King Stardust (スターダスト王 Sutādasuto-ō)

Voiced by: Yuya Uchida (Japanese); Tom Wayland (English)
King Stardust is Starlight's long lost father and is the king of the Star Kingdom.

Queen Sunlight (クイーン・サンライト Kuīn Sanraito)

Voiced by: Satomi Arai (Japanese); Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English)
Queen Sunlight is Starlight's long lost mother and is the queen of the Star Kingdom.

Harklight (ハークライト Hākuraito)

Voiced by: Hiroaki Miura (Japanese); Daniel J. Edwards (English)
Harklight is a knight to the Star Kingdom. He is also a guardian to Starlight.

Sunshine

Voiced by: Mariko Kouda (Japanese); Danielle Judovits (English)
Sunshine is Harklight's wife. She is very caring and kind. She's not a knight or a Duelist, but she can always support her husband.

Antagonists

Team Fang

Takashi/Ozzy the Ultimate Skull Leader  (高志 Takashi)

Voiced by: Soichiro Hoshi (Japanese); Michael Chobot (English)
Takashi is the Leader of Team Fang (Skull Gang in the English dub) who is after Junko and her friends for unknown reason.

Elf Tribe

Jhaartael (ジアーアタエル Jiaaataeru)

Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo (Japanese); Keith Silverstein  (English)
Jhaartael is the leader of the Elf Tribe. He has a hate for all the humans.

Maeralya (マエラリア Maeraria)

Voiced by: Saki Fujita (Japanese); Monica Rial (English)
Maeralya is Jhaartael's commander of the Elf Tribe. She somehow developing a close bond with Ami.

Data World

Masato Igarashi/Henry Kramer Sr. (マサト・イガラシ Igarashi Masato)

Voiced by: Shinichiro Miki (Japanese); Fred Tatasciore (English)
Masato is Kenji's father and was the one who send out the viruses in the Data World.

Kenji Igarashi/Henry Kramer Jr. (五十嵐健治 Igarashi Kenji)

Voiced by: Akira Ishida (Japanese); Daniel J. Edwards (English)
Kenji is a 13 year old computer genius who is madly in love with Miyako and dreams of marrying Miyako one day, which makes Miyako a little disgusted by it.

Asumi/Sharon (アスミ Asumi)

Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (Japanese); Shanelle Workman (English)
Asumi is an android girl who is created by Masato and used to work for the Data World as a part-timer in the branch office until she began to develop a human heart while investigating the Starlight Gang and eventually sided with them.

New Doma

Alco (アルコ Aruko)

Voiced by: Joji Nakata (Japanese); Travis Willingham (English)
Alco is a sorcerer who is by Zemorah's side all the time. He is the one who took Junko's eyesight and made her blind.

Zemorah (ゼモラ Zemora)

Voiced by Takako Honda (Japanese); Sonny Dey (English)
Zemorah is the new leader of the new Doma after Dartz. She wants Starlight's powers to revive the Great Leviathan.

Riku (陸 Riku)

Voiced by: Chinami Nishimura (Japanese); Kate Higgins (English)
Riku is a teenage girl who transferred to Junko's school to captured Starlight and is only interested in dueling Junko in order to get her, She is based on Rafael from Duel Monsters.

Fuyu/Lilybeth (冬 Fuyu)

Voiced by: Yumi Tōma (Japanese); Stephanie Sheh (English)
Fuyu is a sadist who obeys Zemorah's rules all the time and she is very independent of all things and is interested in dueling Miyako because of her fame in the Dueling Contest. She is sort of based on Amelda (Alister in the English Dub) from Duel Monsters.

Toshihiro/Weldon (土肥 Toshihiro)

Voiced by: Tomoyuki Shimura (Japanese); Keith Silverstein (English)
Toshihiro is a rough-tough guy who is capable of capturing Starlight and is interested in dueling Hideaki because of his nerdy appearance, but has the bone to duel. He is kind of based on Valon from Duel Monsters

The Knights of Hanoi

Seiichi Nakajima/Michael Summers (中島誠一 Nakajima Seiichi)

Voiced by: Masami Iwasaki (Japanese); Travis Willingham (English)
Leader of the Knights of Hanoi (ハノイの騎士団長 Hanoi no Kishi Danchō)
Voiced by: Takashi Kondō (Japanese); Liam O'Brien (English)
Seiichi is a owner of the SOL Technologies company and is Haruka's father. He and Haruka don't make any eye contact for some reason and he is holding some kind of secret. It turns out that he is the leader of the Knights of Hanoi and he wants Starlight's powers to go to a new world with new monsters and creatures.

Kyoshi Kogami (鴻上聖 Kōgami Kiyoshi)

Voiced by: Takayuki Sugo (Japanese); TBA (English)
Kyoshi is a doctor at SOL Technologies who works for Seiichi. It turns out that he is apart of the Knights of Hanoi and he experiments on 6 little children for his own reasons.

Shade (シェード Shēdo)

Voiced by: Kanako Miyamoto (Japanese); Stephanie Sheh (English)
Shade is one of the Knights of Hanoi and Drako's partner.

Music

Opening Themes

Japanese opening theme 1: XYZ

  • Performer: Rica Matsumoto
  • Episodes: 001-048

Japanese opening theme 2: Be an Arrow

  • Performer: Rica Matsumoto
  • Episodes: 049-095

Japanese opening theme 3: Courage

  • Performer: Haruka Tomatsu
  • Episodes: 096-141

Japanese opening theme 4: Ash

  • Performer: LiSA
  • Episodes: 142-180

Japanese opening theme 5: Mind Conductor

  • Performer: Yurika
  • Episodes: 181-219

English opening theme: Yu-Gi-Oh! opening theme (Dark Side Dimension Version)

Ending Themes

Japanese ending theme 1: Kimi no Soba de

  • Performer: Grin
  • Episodes: 001-095

Japanese ending theme 2: Kaze no Message

  • Perfomer: Mai Mizuhashi
  • Episodes: 096-141

Japanese ending theme 3: Michi

  • Performer: Kenjiro Tsuda
  • Episodes: 142-180

Japanese ending theme 4: Overfly

  • Performer: Luna Haruna
  • Episodes: 181-219

English ending theme: Yu-Gi-Oh! opening theme (Dark Side Dimension Version)

Tropes

Episodes

Season 1: Mother's Rosario Saga

No. in series No. in season English dub title/Original translated title Original airdate English airdate
1 1

The New Girl Part 1

Junko Yusa, The Emo Punk Duelist Emo panku de~yuerisuto, Yusa Junko (エモ・パンク・デュエリスト、ユサ・ジュンコ)

June 13th, 2015 April 5th, 2016
2 2

The New Girl Part 2

The Star of Courage Appears Yūki no hoshi ga arawareru (勇気の星が現れる)

June 20th, 2015 April 5th, 2016
3 3

The Midnight Striker

Blackout Duel Burakkuauto kettō (ブラックアウト決闘)

June 27th, 2015 April 12th, 2016
4 4

A Duelist Secret

Miyako's Secret Miyako no himitsu (宮子の秘密)

July 3rd, 2015 April 19th, 2016
5 5

How to Catch a Thief

The Card Thief on the Loose Rūzu no kādo dorobō (ルーズのカード泥棒)

July 10th, 2015 April 26th, 2016
6 6

School Old Days

Dueling at Neo Domino High School Neo domino haisukūru de no kettō (ネオ・ドミノ・ハイスクールでの決闘)

July 17th, 2015 May 2nd, 2016
7 7

Nerdy Love

Junko gets Crushed Junko ga funsai sa reru (純子が粉砕される)

July 24th, 2015 May 9th, 2016
8 8

Scientific Duel

Hideaki's First Duel Hideaki no saisho no kettō (秀明の最初の決闘)

July 31st, 2015 May 16th, 2016
9 9

Duelist Contest Part 1

Junko enters a Contest?! Junko ga kontesuto ni sanka shimasu ka? (ジュンコがコンテストに参加しますか?)

August 7th, 2015 May 23rd, 2016
10 10

Duelist Contest Part 2

Punk battling Beauty, Junko vs. Michiko Junko tai Michiko to tatakau panku (純子対ミチコと戦うパンク)

August 14th, 2015 May 23rd, 2016
11 11

Nerd It Up!

Miyako and Hideaki's Tag Team Duel Miyako to Hideaki no taguchīmude~yueru (宮古と秀明のタグチームデュエル)

August 21st, 2015 May 30th, 2016
12 12

Child Duel

Takayuki gets Home Aloned! Takayuki ga kaette kuru! (タカユキが帰ってくる!)

August 28th, 2015 June 6th, 2016
13 13

Mansion Mayham

Haruka Stands Up Haruka wa tachiagaru (はるかは立ち上がる)

September 4th, 2015 June 13th, 2016
14 14

Sea Dueling

Starlight's Underwater Adventure Sutāraito no suichū adobenchā (スターライトの水中アドベンチャー)

September 11th, 2015 June 20th, 2016
15 15

The Tale of Star Cross Duelist Lovers

Romeo and Juliet Romio to Jurietto (ロミオとジュリエット)

September 18th, 2015 June 27th, 2016
16 16

The Wrath of the Beast

The Mysterious Drako Otsuka Arrives Shinpi-tekina Ōtsuka Drako ga tōchaku (神秘的なドラコ大塚が到着)

September 25th, 2015 July 3rd, 2016
17 17

Let the Contest Begin! Part 1

Miyako's First Contest Duel Miyako-hatsu no kontesuto kettō (宮古初のコンテスト決闘)

October 1st, 2015 July 10th, 2016
18 18

Let the Contest Begin! Part 2

At Long Last, Miyako Duels Michiko! Rongu rasutode wa, Miyako de~yurusu Michiko! (ロングラストでは、ミヤコデュルスミチコ!)

October 8th, 2015 July 10th, 2016
19 19

Skull Gang Strikes Back Part 1

Facing a New Enemy Atarashī teki ni chokumen suru (新しい敵に直面する)

October 15th, 2015 July 17th, 2016
20 20

Skull Gang Strikes Back Part 2

Team Fang Assaulting Neo Domino City Neo Domino Shiti o kōgeki suru Chīmu Fangu (ネオ・ドミノ・シティを攻撃するチーム・ファング)

October 22nd, 2015 July 17th, 2016
21 21

Skull Gang Strikes Back Part 3

Leader Takashi Kicking Up A Notch Rīdā-kō keri notchi (リーダー高蹴りノッチ)

October 29th, 2015 July 24th, 2016
22 22

Skull Gang Strikes Back Part 4

Punk Girl Against Team Fang's Leader Chīmu Fangu no Rīdā ni taisuru Panku Gāru (チーム・ファングのリーダーに対するパンク・ガール)

November 5th, 2015 July 24th, 2016
23 23

Facing the Past

Den City, Junko's Tragic Past Den Shiti, Junko no higeki-tekina kako (デン・シティ、ジュンコの悲劇的な過去)

November 12th, 2015 July 31st, 2016
24 24

The Girls Are Back in Town!

Returning to Neo Domino City Neo Domino Shiti ni modoru (ネオ・ドミノ・シティに戻る)

November, 19th, 2015 August 7th, 2016
25 25

The Truth Has Been Told

Starlight gets Found Sutāraito ga mitsukarimashita (スターライトが見つかりました)

November 26th, 2015 August 14th, 2016
26 26

Rising Star Part 1

The Next Duelist Contest Tsugi no de~yuerisutokontesuto (次のデュエリストコンテスト)

December 2nd, 2015 August 21st, 2016
27 27

Rising Star Part 2

Miyako Takes the Stage Miyako wa sutēji o fumidasu (宮古はステージを踏み出す)

December 9th, 2015 August 21st, 2016
28 28

Rising Star Part 3

Miyako faces Juniba Kazito Miyako wa, Kamito Juniba ni chokumen suru (宮古は、カミトジュニバに直面する)

December 16th, 2015 August 28th, 2016
29 29

Which Juno is Which?

The Big Switch, Starlight Becomes Junko Biggusuitchi, Sutāraito wa Junko ni naru (ビッグスイッチ、スターライトはジュンコになる)

January 7th, 2016 September 4th, 2016
30 30

The Mysterious Duelist Part 1

Yasushi, the Duelist Junko Faces Yasu, de~yuerisuto Junko feisu (ヤス、デュエリスト・ジュンコ・フェイス)

Janurary 14th, 2016 September 11th, 2016
31 31

The Mysterious Duelist Part 2

Junko vs. Yasushi, The Truth of Kaiya's Disappearance Junko tai Yasu, Kaiya no shōmetsu no shinjitsu (ジュンコ対ヤス、カヤの消滅の真実)

Janurary 21st, 2016 September 11th, 2016
32 32 Loss of a Duelist

Handling Junko's First Loss Junko no saisho no sonshitsu o shori suru (純子の最初の損失を処理する)

January 28th, 2016 September 18th, 2016
33 33

The Journey Begins

The Search for Kaiya Starts Kaiya sutāto no kensaku (カイヤスタートの検索)

Feburary 4th, 2016 September 25th, 2016
34 34

Juno's Fight Part 1

Junko vs. Ichika Junko tai Ichika (ジュンコ対イチカ)

Feburary 11th, 2016 October 1st, 2016
35 35

Juno's Fight Part 2

A Daughter's Promise to her Mother Kanojo no hahaoya e no musume no yakusoku (彼女の母親への娘の約束)

Feburary 18th, 2016 October 1st, 2016
36 36

Double Trouble Part 1

Junko and Miyako's Tag Duel against the Chikota Twins Junko to Miyako no Chikota tsuinzu ni taisuru tagude~yueru (JunkoとMiyakoのChikota Twinsに対するタグデュエル)

Feburary 25th, 2016 October 8th, 2016
37 37

Double Trouble Part 2

The Confusions of a Teenage Duelist Jūdai no de~yuerisuto no gensō (十代のデュエリストの幻想)

March 1st, 2016 October 8th, 2016
38 38

Double Trouble Part 3

The Friendship of Punk Duelist and Duelist Princess Panku de~yuerisuto to de~yuerisuto purinsesu no yūjō (パンク・デュエリストとデュエリスト・プリンセスの友情)

March 8th, 2016 October 15th, 2016
39 39

Reunion

Daughter and Mother Reunited Again Musume to haha wa futatabi saikai (娘と母は再び再会)

March 15th, 2016 October 22nd, 2016
40 40

Fighting for a Mother Part 1

Rematch between Junko and Takashi Junko to Takashi no saikai (純子と高志の再会)

March 22nd, 2016 October 29th, 2016
41 41

Fighting for a Mother Part 2

Junko's Struggles of the Past Junko no kako no kutō (Junkoの過去の苦闘)

March 29th, 2016 October 29th, 2016
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Fighting for a Mother Part 3

Starlight's Light for Junko Junko no Sutāraito no hikari (Junkoのスターライトの光)

April 5th, 2016 November 5th, 2016
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Fighting for a Mother Part 4

A Light For All People Subete no hitonotame no hikari (すべての人のための光)

April 12th, 2016 November 5th, 2016
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Fighting for a Mother Part 5

Junko's Light Within Junko no hikari no naka (ジュンコの光の中)

April 19th, 2016 November 12th, 2016
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Fighting for a Mother Part 6

Hope for a Hero Hīrō no tame no kibō (ヒーローのための希望)

April 26th, 2016 November 12th, 2016
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Escape Part 1

Run Before It Explodes Sore ga bakuhatsu suru mae ni hashiru (それが爆発する前に走る)

May 4th, 2016 November 19th, 2016
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Escape Part 2

Leaving the Past Behind Kako o-go ni shite (過去を後にして)

May 11th, 2016 November 19th, 2016
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Home At Last

A True Light is a True Hero Shin no hikari wa shin no eiyūdesu (真の光は真の英雄です)

May 18th, 2016 November 26th, 2016

Season 2: Elf Domain Saga

No. in series No. in season English dub title/Original translated title Original airdate English airdate
49 1 May 25th, 2016
50 2 June 1st, 2016
51 3 June 8th, 2016
52 4 June 15th, 2016
53 5 June 22nd, 2016
54 6 June 29th, 2016
55 7 July 6th, 2016
56 8 July 13th, 2016
57 9 July 20th, 2016
58 10 July 27th, 2016
59 11 August 3rd, 2016
60 12 August 10th, 2016
61 13 August 17th, 2016
62 14 August 24th, 2016
63 15 August 31st, 2016
64 16 September 7th, 2016
65 17 September 14th, 2016
66 18 September 21st, 2016
67 19 September 28th, 2016
68 20 October 5th, 2016
69 21 October 12th, 2016
70 22 October 19th, 2016
71 23 October 29th, 2016
72 24 November 2nd, 2016
73 25 November 9th, 2016
74 26 November 16th, 2016
75 27 November 23rd, 2016
76 28 November 30th, 2016
77 29 December 7th, 2016
78 30 December 14th, 2016
79 31 Janurary 11th, 2017
80 32 Janurary 18th, 2017
81 33 January 25th, 2017
82 34 Feburary 1st, 2017
83 35 Feburary 8th, 2017
84 36 Feburary 15th, 2017
85 37 Feburary 22nd, 2017
86 38 March 1st, 2017
87 39 March 8th, 2017
88 40 March 15th, 2017
89 41 March 22nd, 2017
90 42 March 29th, 2017
91 43 April 5th, 2017
92 44 April 12th, 2017
93 45 April 19th, 2017
94 46 April 26th, 2017
95 47 May 3rd, 2017

Season 3: Virtual Data Madness Saga

No. in series No. in season English dub title/Original translated title Original airdate English airdate
96 1 May 10th, 2017
97 2 May 17th, 2017
98 3 May 24th, 2017
99 4 May 31st, 2017
100 5 June 7th, 2017
101 6 June 14th, 2017
102 7 June 21st, 2017
103 8 July 5th, 2017
104 9 July 12th, 2017
105 10 July 19th, 2017
106 11 July 26th, 2017
107 12 Augest 2nd, 2017
108 13 Augest 9th, 2017
109 14 Augest 16th, 2017
110 15 Augest 23rd, 2017
111 16 Augest 30th, 2017
112 17 September 6th, 2017
113 18 September 13th, 2017
114 19 September 20th, 2017
115 20 September 27th, 2017
116 21 October 4th, 2017
117 22 October 11th, 2017
118 23 October 18th, 2017
119 24 October 25th, 2017
120 25 November 1st, 2017
121 26 November 8th, 2017
122 27 November 15th, 2017
123 28 November 22nd, 2017
124 29 November 29th, 2017
125 30 December 6th, 2017
126 31 December 13th, 2017
127 32 December 20th, 2017
128 33 December 27th, 2017
129 34 Janurary 10th, 2018
130 35 Janurary 17th, 2018
131 36 Janurary 24th, 2018
132 37 Janurary 31st, 2018
133 38 Feburary 7th, 2018
134 39 Feburary 14th, 2018
135 40 Feburary 21st, 2018
136 41 Feburary 28th, 2018
137 42 March 7th, 2018
138 43 March 14th, 2018
139 44 March 21st, 2018
140 45 March 28th, 2018
141 46 April 4th, 2018

Season 4: Return of the Orichalcos Saga

No. in series No. in season English dub title/Original translated title Original airdate English airdate
142 1 April 11th, 2018
143 2 April 18th, 2018
144 3 April 25th, 2018
145 4 May 2nd, 2018
146 5 May 9th, 2018
147 6 May 16th, 2018
148 7 May 23rd, 2018
149 8 May 30th, 2018
150 9 June 6th, 2018
151 10 June 13th, 2018
152 11 June 20th, 2018
153 12 July 4th, 2018
154 13 July 11th, 2018
155 14 July 18th, 2018
156 15 July 25th, 2018
157 16 August 1st, 2018
158 17 August 8th, 2018
159 18 August 15th 2018
160 19 August 22nd, 2018
161 20 August 29th, 2018
162 21 September 5th, 2018
163 22 September 12th, 2018
164 23 September 19th, 2018
165 24 September 26th, 2018
166 25 October 3rd, 2018
167 26 October 10th, 2018
168 27 October 17th, 2018
169 28 October 24th, 2018
170 29 October 31st, 2018
171 30 November 7th, 2018
172 31 November 14th, 2018
173 32 November 21st, 2018
174 33 November 28th, 2018
175 34 December 5th, 2018
176 35 December 12th, 2018
177 36 December 19th, 2018
178 37 December 26th, 2018
179 38 January 2nd, 2019
180 39 January 9th, 2019

Season 5: Star Kingdom Saga

This is the final saga of the series.

No. in series No. in season English dub title/Original translated title Original airdate English airdate
181 1
182 2
183 3
184 4
185 5
186 6
187 7
188 8
189 9
190 10
191 11
192 12
193 13
194 14
195 15
196 16
197 17
198 18
199 19
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202 22
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