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Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters

"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters" is an animated action-fantasy series that follows the adventures of a young hero, Ray, who possesses the rare ability to befriend and duel alongside fantastical creatures from a parallel dimension. Back to Article

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snoopy430
snoopy430 wrote:
2013-07-13 11:35:07 -0700

this show is weird

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boo-boo299
boo-boo299 wrote:
2012-07-15 11:49:59 -0700

OOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH SCARY!!!!!

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keyasia321
keyasia321 wrote:
2012-06-08 15:16:30 -0700

itis for boys only

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Who Would You Like to Duel? Vote!

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  • My mom or dad, that would be cool.

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