This cube craft paper toy is Joey Wheeler (known as Katsuya Jonouchi in the manga and Japanese version), best friends with Yugi Muto, based on the manga Yu-Gi-Oh! (also named as “Game King” or “King of Games”), this paper craft was created by alonso jacobo.
He is known as Joseph “Joey” Wheeler in the 4Kids English anime and video games as well as the Brazilian and Portuguese version of the manga, and called Joseph “Joey” Katsuya in the Funimation Uncut English Anime. In the Swedish dub of the anime his name is Katsuya Jonouchi, like in the original Japanese, but to fit 4Kids’ edited script, he was given the nickname Jono.
His name is sometimes spelled Katsuya Jyonouchi in the Japanese anime. His dub name could be based on the character of Wheeler from Captain Planet who also has a Brooklyn accent. It may also be a homage to Joseph Wheeler, a commander during the American Civil War. In the manga when Ryo Bakura invited the protagonists to play the Monster World RPG, Jonouchi’s character was named “Joey”.
Joey’s character design was overseen by Kazuki Takahashi. In the first seven volumes of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, Joey’s hairstyle changes drastically. Originally featuring two large fringes in front of his ears, the hairstyle changes to a sporadically arranged taper-like and unrealistic hairstyle. Joey’s first color appearance depicts him with medium brown hair and black eyes. Subsequent appearances lighten the hair color to dirty blond and blond. His eyes are portrayed as brown or hazel.
In the first series anime, Joey’s hairstyle does not change, and the sporadic hairstyle colored in a bright blond style is used. His eyes are brown.
In the second series anime he has dirty blond hair in the sporadic hairstyle and dark brown eyes. His usual outfit from the second series anime consists of a long green open jacket with a raised collar, a white T-shirt underneath and blue jeans. Later in the series, his green jacket is replaced with a blue denim one. He often carries a KaibaCorp Duel Disk on his left arm.
Joey started out as a bully, but becoming friends with Yugi Muto changes this. Though occasionally portrayed as comic relief, he is essential to the plot and the series’ overall theme. He is an enthusiastic duelist, who claims dueling is about fighting to help people you love.
Kazuki Takahashi considers Seto Kaiba and Yami Yugi weak in comparison to Joey. The first syllables of Yugi and Jonouchi’s names form Yūjō, which is Japanese for friendship, symbolizing the bond between the two characters. The card “Yu-Jo Friendship” is based on this connection.
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