Checkmate, otakus! It physically hurts to reiterate the fact that Death Note aired its last episode, June 27th, 2007. And, since its release, a new cult began to grow, amassing a massive legion of followers. The classic anime originates from the manga, written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. And, Death Note was directed by Tetsurō Araki and animated by Madhouse. Let us discuss and find out everything we know so far about the second installment of Death Note.
What Do We Know About Death Note’s Season Two So Far?
Although the anime and the manga are already over with, a one-shot manga popped up. One-shot manga means a stand-alone telling of a series of events. It usually contains 15-60 pages, concluding the story in itself without any sequels or further plots.
A Death Note: Special One-Shot came out on February 2nd, 2020. The story revolves around another teenager, Minoru Tanaka, who makes use of the Death Note to procure loads of funds for himself and the nation. The writer and illustrator after many conjoined and came up with another masterpiece to add to Death Note’s precious collection. The reception of this one-shot manga was as successful as predicted.
What Makes It Memorable?
The psychological battle of wits between two guys, grappling with each other from a distance, is always a sight to watch. Light Yagami, a seventeen-year-old high-school student, chances upon an ill-fated notebook. The human whose name is written in this note shall die. This simple rule activated Light to pursue his quest of ridding the world of immorality, sin, and rodents.
Meanwhile, L, a brilliant and renowned detective, falls upon the opportunity to capture the self-proclaimed god and bring him back from his maligned path. L takes it upon himself to show the correct way of justice to Light. The effortless and flawless nonphysical duel leaves all the otakus in awe and delight.