Death Note

Death Note is back with new content

Death Note is a classic in the world of anime, which surely a large part of the otaku community knows or has seen. The story has transcended time and continues to be remembered by many people, which is why today, when news began to spread on social networks that Death Note could be back, it caused a great stir on the internet. If you want to know all the details about this event, we invite you to continue reading this article.

Death Note causes intrigue among its fans, who speculate that something new and exciting is on the horizon

Death Note

Today, several users on social networks, particularly on the Twitter/X platform, began to spread the news that the renowned Japanese publisher Shueisha had registered a new trademark related to Death Note, called “Death Note Killer Within“. There are no additional details about this, so we do not know if it is a sequel to the main story, or what kind of project is being developed. Precisely for that reason, users on the internet began to speculate what this novelty could be about and of course, there were all kinds of reactions to this topic.

Some of the most popular theories and wishes by netizens are “It could be a self-conclusive story, a spin-off and if we get our hopes up and get too crazy a continuation years later with another guy that Ryuk gives the Death Note to” “Let them make an alternate line where L wins”, a very popular request was also that a spin-off of the series be made. Certain people showed excitement for the possibility of having more material from this great story and showed it with comments like “I hope it’s a hit” “We’re back”.

However, some others showed concern because it is common that a very good story that has a satisfactory conclusion, some time later, brings out some extra or sequel, where instead of improving the plot, the only thing that is achieved is to ruin what was previously built and developed, that is why some Death Note fans were not very excited about a probable return of this classic story of the otaku world. What do you think this new project is about? Do you think it is likely that we will have a sequel to the main story? Leave us your opinion in the comments.

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Death Note is a story written by Tsugumi Ōba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, which began to be published in December 2003 in the famous Japanese magazine “Shōnen Jump” of the Shueisha publishing house and ended in May 2006, being developed the plot in a total of 12 volumes and 108 chapters. This story managed to have an anime adaptation, which was produced by the Madhouse studio and directed by Tetsurō Araki with a total of 37 episodes.

In Death Note, we follow a student named Light Yagami, who one day finds a black notebook that has a normal appearance, but that catches his attention because the cover has the title “Death Note“, which is why he picks it up to discover later that it is a notebook that has the power to revive people if the names of those are written in it, but the condition for this to be fulfilled is that he must know his real name and face, otherwise the effect of the notebook will not be fulfilled.

Light realizes how convenient the notebook could be and devises a plan to eliminate criminals, thus creating a world where evil does not exist. However, a mysterious detective who calls himself “L“, and is recognized worldwide for the type of cases he has solved, which have led him to make a name for himself in the industry, will try to stop Light, who adopted the nickname Kira to avoid being discovered in the attempt to carry out his plan, which is now threatened by this enigmatic detective.

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