Death Note (2006–2007)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Crime, Drama

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An intelligent high school student goes on a secret crusade to eliminate criminals from the world after discovering a notebook capable of killing anyone whose name is written into it.




  • Death Note (2006)
  • Death Note (2006)
  • Chris Britton and Brad Swaile in Death Note (2006)
  • Margaret Qualley at an event for Death Note (2006)
  • Noriko Hidaka and Cathy Weseluck in Death Note (2006)
  • Brad Swaile and Mamoru Miyano in Death Note (2006)

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6 February 2017 | noitidart
| The L saga is superb, the ending half weak
This review does not contain any spoilers. It is OK to read this. I only mention "L".

The first half is absolutely absolutely superb. I call this the "L saga". When you watch it, you will clearly know when it ends. I recommend you stop there. I wish I did. It's the halfway point of the series. The main characters story really does end there. But to show some moral lessons they put in another half to show that "good through evil isn't good". All world governments and empires disagree with this, so why did this show have to forcefully fabricate new stories in the second half. It totally ruined it. It takes away from the characters that had been established.

Due to the first half being the best thing I have ever ever seen, I give this 9 stars. Even though the second half was so bad I should reduce it to 5 stars.

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