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Death Note - デスノート Unknown 5/19/2011 08:45:00 PM

Filename Death Note - デスノート
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Author Unknown
Date and Time 5/19/2011 08:45:00 PM
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Light Yagami, the main character, is a brilliant high school student who's angry at all the injustice in the world. One day, he finds the notebook and he tries it out. At first, he's not sure about if what he did is correct but he ends up loving the power he got and trying to use it to build a new and better world. He's nicknamed as Kira by the citizens. Of course that would simply be boring if it wasn't for L, a detective that tries to discover Kira's identity. Both of them are simply genius and their counter clock run to find out each other's identity is full of intelligent moves and suspense which kept me trying to guess what each one of them would do next. Really, the simple ingredient that's so great about this story is that it manages to keep you thinking. But at several levels. Let me explain that to you. First, it makes you think about if what Light's doing is right or wrong. "Is it right to be the judge and executer simultaneously?" "Don't the circumstances of each crime matter as well and is it right to judge without knowing all the facts?" "Can't the criminals be reformed?" "Is a world where people don't commit crimes because they're simply afraid really desirable? Isn't what Light aims to achieve theoretically similar to a dictatorship?" Those are questions that ran through my mind. At one point, I was totally rooting for him. But as the story develops and his actions begin to change, you'll start to wonder. Second, it makes you think about what's going to happen next. Trying to follow Light's and L's line of though is both challenging and entertaining. Their move will surprise you and you'll keep trying to guess what they're gonna do next. This show will keep you on the edge of your sit through its entirety. Third, it changes the way you see the world and the people in it. With each kill and each action Light takes you can't help but wonder: "It may be wrong but what would I do if I were in his place?". People change, situations make us change. I recommend this to anyone. Whatever genre of anime you like, you should watch this. It is a really intelligent story and even though you may not love it as much as I did, the chances are, you will. Even for people who never enjoyed anime, I would still recommend it. In fact, I am now in the process of making Portuguese subtitles so I can get my mom to watch it. Death Note defies your morals and enables deep discussions with yourself and others. It truly is a masterpiece.
{Latest Updated: Jan 02, 2015}

Opening Theme:
#1: "The World" by Nightmare
#2: "What's Up People?!" by Maximum the Hormone

Ending Theme:
#1: "Alumina" by Nightmare
#2: "Zetsubou Billy" by Maximum the Hormone [Download]
#3: "Coda ~ Death Note" by Yoshihisa Hirano [Download]

Original Soundtrack 1: [Embed | BU]
Original Soundtrack 2: [SB | Embed | TF]
Original Soundtrack 3: [SB | Embed | CL]
Death Note TRIBUTE Album [SB | Embed | BU]

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