Death Note

All right. It is normal for me to talk about anime in my blog cause I did it before so many times. I was discussing about the amazing Bleach before and also Legendary Dragon Ball and One Piece. Time change. Anime and Manga(comic) industry in Japan has grow beyond expectation. And there is thousand of great mind and idea out there in Japan. We can make the same things too if we want but to make it like that we must look at their amazing product, Anime and Manga that will be a part of World History in the future.

I am not going to talk more on how creative japan creates entertainment for their children and also adolescence, not only in japan but through out Asia. In this post, I will expressed my amazed about one particular creation in Japan entitled Death Note.

Earlier, I was not truly aware about this Manga that was published in Japan few years ago. I have heard about it from my friends saying that it was the best Manga he ever read. I did not give a damn about it. Later, last years suddenly the Movie Death Note was release and it was inspire from the Manga Death Note. I read the article about the movie in the news and it was so convincing so I went to watch the movie in the cinema.

The movie was amazing. Better than any detective or spy type of movie. Truly amazing. I give the first movie of death note the ranking 5/5. Surprisingly, lots of my friends who already read the Manga said that the movie was only ‘ok’. Not following the real storyline of the comic. It is more to inspired by the comic and not adapted from the comic.

The second movie of Death Note ( The last name) or the final episode of it was released a few months later at February 2007 here in Malaysia. I went to watch it again because it was sequel from the previous movie. I did not really satisfy about the second movie. I only gave 3/5 for it. Watching the second movie make me things, why they said Death Note is the best anime. Even bleach can beat Death Note if you watch the second movie.

Later I was informed that death Note anime was released earlier in japan and there is still on going collections of the anime to be downloaded in the internet. Thus, I find for it and even ask borrow from my friends to watch the anime that is ‘the real story line’ of Death Note.

The first 9 episodes… my comment is… my rating is 6/5. It was really that great/ Clean shot storyline with cool music. The anime was truly amazing.

9 episodes is not enough for me. I was really excited to know more about Death Note. Thus I realized that the comic was already completed in publishing in Japan. Thus I went from there to here, wandering around trying to search for the comic and finally I found it from one of my friends.

I started to read the comic on Monday and finish it the next Monday. Only 108 chapters consist of a full packed truly amazing story. At this particular time, I have become one of the fans of Death Note.

Why is the story so amazing? Better than the other anime in Japan. And it was given an honor to become the Best Manga in Japan 2006. I never doubt about the awards because Death Note deserved to be the best. I have been informed that death note was created by a novelist. Later it was transcripted into a graphical illustration to become Death Note. A graphical novel of Death Note also had been released in Japan.

Now my intention only to death note. Even though I have read it until the last episode but I still want to watch the up coming anime. Because it was really ‘live’. At this time, I have the same opinion with my friends, Death note The movie was totally crap. They were destroying the real story of death note.

Death note is the best.

What is Death Note?

Death Note (デスノート, Desu Nōto?) is a Japanese manga series originally written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The series primarily centers around a high school student who decides to rid the world of evil with the help of a supernatural notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it.

Death Note first began as a manga series. It was first serialized by Shueisha in Weekly Shonen Jump from the first issue in December 2003 to May 2006, with 108 chapters in total. The series has been published in its entirety in 12 graphic novels in Japan, and is currently in publication in North America. The series has been adapted into a pair of live-action films (released in Japan on June 17, 2006 and November 3, 2006 respectively), and an anime series which commenced airing in Japan on October 3, 2006. Also, a novelization of the series, written by light novelist Nisio Isin, was released in Japan on August 1, 2006.


  1. DN rocks.
    Have you watched L change the world?
    its a bit frustrating.


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