Death Note (デスノート Desu Nōto?) is a Japanese manga arrangement made by journalist Tsugumi Ohba and manga craftsman Takeshi Obata. It fixates on Light Yagami, a secondary school person who uncovers an otherworldly record book, the main "Death Note". This record book gives its client the capability to murder anybody whose name and face they know. The arrangement bases on Light's consequent endeavors to make and principle a world "scrubbed of detestable" as "God" utilizing the note pad, and the deliberations of a criminologist known as L to stop him.
Death Note was initially serialized in 108 sections by Shueisha in the Japanese manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2003 to May 2006. The arrangement was likewise distributed in tankōbon design in Japan beginning in May 2004 and finishing in October 2006 with what added up to twelve volumes. The anime arrangement publicized in Japan from October 3, 2006, to June 26, 2007. Made out of 37 scenes, the anime was produced by Madhouse and coordinated by Tetsuro Araki. A light novel dependent upon the arrangement, composed by Nisio Isin, was discharged in Japan. Also, different feature amusements have been distributed by Konami for Nintendo DS. The arrangement was adjusted into no frills movies discharged in Japan on June 17, 2006, November 3, 2006, and February 2, 2008.
Viz Media authorized the Death Note manga in North America and has distributed all the twelve volumes from the arrangement, a thirteenth volume which serves as an "onlooker's aide", and in addition the light books. The scenes from the anime initially showed up in North America as downloadable by IGN. Viz later authorized the anime arrangement and it disclosed on Bionix in Canada and on Cartoon Network in the United States, and was discharged on DVD in North America. The cutting edge movies quickly played in certain North American theaters since 2008. On the other hand, none of the feature recreations have hitherto been distributed in North America or Europe.
Death Note is one of Weekly Shōnen Jump's top of the line manga arrangement ever, with offers of in excess of 26.5 million copies
Light Yagami is an exhausted junior virtuoso who disdains all things insidious. His life experiences an intense change when he finds the "Demise Note", a record book that slaughters anybody whose name is composed in it. In the wake of exploring different avenues regarding the journal, Light affirms its validness and is joined by an unforeseen house visitor - the record book's past manager, a shinigami called Ryuk. Light advises Ryuk of his plan to kill all the offenders on the planet, until just individuals whom he has judged frankly and kind remain. When he wraps up this utopia, he intends to manage over it as what he calls "the divine force of the new world".
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Before long, the odd death of crooks get the consideration of Interpol and the world-renowned analyst, "L". L rapidly discovers that the serial executioner, openly known as "Kira" (キラ?, inferred from the Japanese articulation of the statement "executioner"), is placed in Japan and can execute individuals by otherworldly means. Light understands that L will be his most amazing obstruction, and starts a feline and mouse amusement with him.
Light endeavors to make a vindication by helping L and his team track down Kira. His arrangement is blocked by a lovestruck second Kira, popular model Misa Amane, and her shinigami Rem. At the point when Misa recognizes Light as the first Kira and tracks him down to his home, them two set out on a commonly manipulative and uneven relationship; notwithstanding, Misa's fascination with Light drives her to make a few mistakes and them two are progressively suspected by L. Misa is soon captured. To spare themselves from execution, they incidentally give up responsibility for journals returning themselves to a state of purity by eradicating their memories of the homicides and are confined under L's consistent observation.
Throughout their confinement, a third Kira rapidly shows up. When it gets clear that Light and Misa can't be doing the third Kira's homicides, they are limited to L's home office under house capture. The team recognize the third Kira as Yotsuba Group official Kyosuke Higuchi and catch him. After touching
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the note pad, Light recaptures his memories as Kira and murders Higuchi, accordingly recovering responsibility for Death Note "precisely as arranged". The team take in of the Death Notes and affirm the presence of shinigami. Light finishes his complex arrange by controlling Rem into slaughtering L, his gatekeeper Watari, and - on the grounds that she maltreats shinigami law by murdering L to spare Misa's life - herself. Upon L's passing, he turns into the "second L", and extends his act of hunting down Kira.
The story grabs four years after the fact, with Kira pulling in a vast system of contacts and a swell of open backing. Two adolescent men, raised as potential successors to L, show up - Near, an investigator connected with the United States Government, and Mello, a part of the Mafia. As his first demonstration against Kira, Mello endeavors to get the Death Note held by the Kira team, by hijacking the chief of Japan's National Police Agency. This arrangement is quickly obstructed when Light homicides the executive insane. Refocusing on the groups of the team, Mello hijacks Light's sister Sayu as a displacement; she is immediately safeguarded, however the team journal is lost to Mello. To recapture it, Light's father Soichiro exchanges 50% of his remaining life to Ryuk for the "Shinigami Eyes" - the capacity to see individuals' names immediately. Throughout a strike on Mello's HQ, Soichiro takes in Mello's name, however does not execute him. He is shot a few times throughout the assault, and passes on instantly a while later in doctor's facility.
After this, Near and a few parts of the team start to associate Light with being Kira. Accordingly, Light convinces Misa to surrender her journal and raises an alternate "Kira", Teru Mikami, a prosecutor and intense supporter of Kira. Mikami murders Kira's previous agent for being eager and enlisted people Kiyomi Takada, a commentator and Light's previous lady friend, to reinstate him. Light uncovers himself to Takada as the first Kira, and realizing that he and alternate Kiras are under Near's observation, builds a fake plan to cover the whereabouts of the honest to goodness Death Note.
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Mello returns and abducts Takada, who slaughters him with a shrouded journal piece. Light then makes Takada submit suicide to keep her from ensnaring him, yet Mikami, unconscious of Light's activities, endeavors to murder her also. This uncovered the real Death Note Mikami has hidden, uncovering Light's arrangement at last. At the story's peak, the two examination groups meet in the "Yellow Box Warehouse". They are without further ado joined by Mikami, who records the names of everybody in the warehouse aside from Light. Close then uncovers that he reinstated Mikami's record book with a fake, and by the names composed in it, can demonstrate Light is Kira. In urgency, Light tries to utilize the last note pad piece within his watch to kill Near, yet team part Matsuda shoots him a few times. Ryuk acknowledges Light has lost and utilization his individual Death Note to kill Light with a heart ambush, as he had guaranteed to do one day from the earliest starting point of the story.