DEATH NOTE MANGA EBOOK
Read "Death Note, Vol. 1 Boredom" by Tsugumi Ohba available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Light tests the boundaries . Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. - Over Million copies sold to date in Japan. Death Note Media Franchise. Fullmetal Alchemist. Manga. Compre o livro Death Note, Volume 1 na yazik.info: confira as ofertas 1: Boredom (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão disponíveis na Loja Kindle. . This is one box set you NEED to own if you're going to collect manga.
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NOVEL: Death Note Another Note
For those who haven't read through this series yet, I'll let you know why you should. Death Note is about a role model high school student named Light Yagami, who is tired of living in a world filled with evil. Being the son of someone in the police force, he sees the failures of the justice system daily. Criminals fall through the cracks of the system, leaving them free to commit more crimes or to escape punishment for previous ones.
During school one day, while going through all of this in his head, he notices a notebook outside of the classroom window. After picking it up and taking it home, he learns that it is a Death Note, a notebook that will kill someone if their name is written on its pages. He passes it off as a joke at first, but when the person whose name he writes in the notebook dies, he starts to use the notebook to further his goals of ridding the world of evil.
Criminals start to die off one by one, all by heart attacks.
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The public is divided in their stance on the killings. Some people revere the killer as a hero, while others say the killer is nothing but a mass murderer. The killer comes to be known as "Kira". Law enforcement agencies scramble to find Kira, and when a genius detective, L, shows up on the scene, Light's wits are put to the test.
How can someone prove he is a killer when all he uses is a notebook? How will he outwit L? It is here that the series turns into a clever game of cat and mouse.
Without spoiling anything, the series does have its flaws. The series takes a massive turn for the worse at the halfway point, but still manages to build up to a satisfying conclusion.
Some of the characters could have used more dialogue, as the series is more about pushing the plot forward than building characters up though it still does a good job. Some of the twists in the later half fall a bit flat, and the stakes are raised a bit too high too soon.
Overall, though, these problems are far outshined by the positives.
Death Note is a great thriller, with good characters, surprisingly good humor given the dark tone of the story , and it even manages to address some real-world issues. What is justice?
What is considered a sin worth dying over? Honestly, this series is the definition of an instant classic, only bettered by the live action movies. Why don't you own it yet?
I received this Death Note Box Set in absolutely great condition. The books were not harmed and the box itself was perfect.
Loved it. The manga is excellent, no question, however this review is regarding the quality of the book itself. The Black Editions appear just as they should, they feature a basic cover with a headshot of one of the major characters unique to each book Light, Ryuk, L, Misa, Mello, and Near in that order , and eschew the original spine design which each featured a different shinigami that most often did not play a role in the story exceptions being 1 Ryuk, 4 Gelus, 5 Rem, and 9 Sidoh.
The books are stripped of their extraneous content including ads, Shonen Jump subscription cards, "Last Time on Death Note The overall design is nothing but appropriately ominous leaving sparce white text on a black field reminicent of the Death Notes themselves, even the edges of the pages are black, easily setting the books apart from anything else on your shelf.
The primary feature is that the Black Editions serve as two-packs, each of the 6 containing two of the original 12 books of content. The opening pages that were inked in color for Shonen Jump are back in color now, having been grayscaled in the original release. A couple art pages have been added, however these come at the cost of the original books' front cover art which do not make reappearances, even as art pages. The art on the original back covers do make reappearances, having always been art pages to bookend each chapter, however these are not in color.
The higher quality paper is nothing to write home about as the difference is slight, however it's worth noting that the quality is significantly better than some similar rereleases such as Naruto's 3-in-1 omnbuses which cram 3 books together with very thin paper. The biggest drawback to this rerelease is surely it's cover material. The covers feature the same matte finish that appeared on the original books unlike the glossy covers on Naruto and consequently fingerprints and nail scratches are much more visible, especially considering the covers predominantly black.
In addition to this, it's obvious that the inking process that was used to render the edges of the pages black was done with the cover on. Because of this, ink stains are visible all along the outer edges of the front and back cover. These may not be immediately noticeable at a glance, but if there is a silver lining to this, it's that the books should handle age very well.
The page edges will not appear to yellow under a layer of black ink and inevitable damage to the cover will blend in with the ink stains. If the end result is a great book that resembles a battered old tome, the venture will have been a success. Ultimately however, the choice to ink the page edges was poor. It looks more like a block than a Death Note, and it would qualify no less for the title of "Black Edition" without it.
All things considered, the Black Editions present a streamlined and convenient re-packaging of the original books, and lose little in the process. I would have liked to see the original cover art reappear as pages and the all of the originally colored art pages return in full color, but the larger pages and two-in-one format are more than fair compensation. The inked page edges is a sticking point, but it certainly warrants the unqiue title of "Black Edition" and if nothing else will certainly provoke more than one "What are you reading?
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I'm totally a normal well adjusted bookworm who is happy certain people survived. Of course. No doubt.
But duuuuuuuude. But there were pages and pages and pages of Light and Near just talking. I mean, c'mon.
We've come this far and now we're just having monologues of "Who Is the Smartest neener neener"?? You know?!?
And I'm still kind of confused why he took so long to act. He was all like "I'm going to out wit them with my brilliance" but he could've just A shot Near on sight, and B had all his people and the SPRK people written in the death note already to die.
Then coordinated Near's shooting with that and kaboom. Everyone dead. Kira god.
The end. Just kidding.
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I swear. I'm a nice person. I just don't get why it had to be so much vanity over just a simple solution.Confluence by Tsugumi Ohba. Longer version: He thinks he can outdo the worlds police, that he's smarter than everyone he meets.
All pages:. Enlarge cover. I liked the way it shows how power can make the good evil.. The Shinigami world better seen and much more exploited and maybe even contain a notable amount of interesting descriptions Death Note vol. We appreciate your feedback. Complete Series. Whiteout by Tsugumi Ohba.