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Death Note Short Stories de Tsugumi Ohba
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Death Note Short Stories (edició 2022)

de Tsugumi Ohba (Autor)

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Is Kira's story truly over, or does his influence linger? Death Note's story continues in this collection of short stories penned by the series' creators.   Is Kira's story truly over, or does his influence linger? In this complete collection of Death Note short stories penned by the series' creators, discover tales of lives irrevocably changed by the sinister influence of the Death Note, with surprising and thrilling answers to the question of what it truly takes to use the Death Note...or fight it. Contains stories "C-Kira," "a-Kira," the Death Note pilot chapter, vignettes of L's life, and more.… (més)
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Títol:Death Note Short Stories
Autors:Tsugumi Ohba (Autor)
Informació:VIZ Media LLC (2022), 226 pages
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Death Note is one of the most brilliant supernatural thrillers. I was so happy to finally get my hands on the short stories and oh boy! It was so fun to read about Ryuk and his mischief. Still one of my top 5 manga. ( )
  Aya666 | Aug 12, 2022 |
Death Note is one of the most brilliant supernatural thrillers. I was so happy to finally get my hands on the short stories and oh boy! It was so fun to read about Ryuk and his mischief. Still one of my top 5 manga. ( )
  Aya666 | Aug 12, 2022 |
2022 note as I manually shift my reviews from goodreads: I didn't read any short story anthology, but can't seem to find the manga itself I read, on here. I think my searching skills are lacking and don't intend to mislead anyone.

2020: This is a, I took notes as I read, and there were themes I wanted to expand on, review.
When I saw Ryuk, I was eighteen. When I read this manga thirteen years later, I thought he looked familiar but couldn't place him until I saw a panel of him walking. At the first sighting, I was at an anime convention. The opening ceremonies for the small convention were filled with eager audience members. The lights dimmed as every seat was quickly filled. The creaking door, eerie footsteps, and quiet notes for Michael Jackson's "Thriller" began as we turned to see a person on tall, tall curved stilts running down the center aisle. Running. On the tallest stilts I'd seen, and curved! As the music sting for the 80s synthesizer began, he confidently leapt onstage to join five other people. The lighting increased. Some onstage wore black robes and striped scarves, and bushy wigs or scars on their foreheads. They were huge fans of the book series about a wizard written by Emma Watson. Another wore orange, and had chains on his arms, and I didn't get the reference. For the next entire five minutes, they perfectly performed the whole dance of "Thriller" with additional choreography so it would fill the entire song. Dancing in robes and scarves is difficult. Dancing on curved stilts while wearing a huge black wig, and heavy makeup is even harder. Doing this for five minutes is a lot of dancing, and Michael Jackson had some complex dances in his videos. They must have rehearsed hours a day for months. The audience cheered loudly when the performance finished, and some stood up, myself included. The dancers had professional backgrounds, loved anime, and each of them was a keynote speaker for the introductory ceremony. I'm still amazed by the whole thing.

I thought the book would be as cool as that opening dance routine. My expectations were -way- too high. This was suggested for readers who liked Victoria Laurie's novel, "When." The two stories have pretty much nothing in common. The reason I read the book, for the theme of being able to see people's death dates on their foreheads, isn't revealed as possible until eighty percent of the book is over. I realize this is the first book of a series but -come on-. There were barely any transitions in the book, and no, I will not take "it's a comic book" as a reason. Some information and lots of reactions are repeated over and over again. I got them the first time. Can we move on, author? I constantly confused L and Light, although this may well have been because my attention span wasn't great. Maybe the art in the edition I read was off somehow, compared to other editions. L, the teen, accepts his circumstances unrealistically quickly, and turns evil too rapidly. Slow down! -Show- me more evidence. Convince me. He went so over the top with protecting the notebook that--what? What teen would think of all of that, and so quickly and efficiently? Maybe a super paranoid adult would, who was an accomplished engineer or scientist, and that's a maybe!

The pentacle on the jail wall was clearly supposed to be creepy. It has an entirely different meaning for me. I was not impressed. I wonder, though, what the Japanese equivalent would be. The book ends with L writing increasingly detailed deaths for people. Is he exploring the full power of the notebook or is he just bored? During the whole book, I was bored. It's not worth it to read the whole series if the first book is like this. At least I gave it a shot. ( )
  iszevthere | Jul 3, 2022 |
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Is Kira's story truly over, or does his influence linger? Death Note's story continues in this collection of short stories penned by the series' creators.   Is Kira's story truly over, or does his influence linger? In this complete collection of Death Note short stories penned by the series' creators, discover tales of lives irrevocably changed by the sinister influence of the Death Note, with surprising and thrilling answers to the question of what it truly takes to use the Death Note...or fight it. Contains stories "C-Kira," "a-Kira," the Death Note pilot chapter, vignettes of L's life, and more.

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