Death Note: Black Edition, Volume 3 (Death Note: Black Edition #3)
Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for audiences T+. Contains Volumes 5 and 6 of Death Note!
Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects--and he’s bored out of his mind. But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami death god. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the...more
Death Note is without a doubt one of those mangas that practically everyone has at least heard about. No wonder too, the story is interesting and attention-catching. The plot is centered on Light Yagami, who finds a notebook with which he can kill people by writing their names on it, and the police investigation that attempts to put an end to his criminal killing and bring him to justice. It is deep, interesting, with a well-developed plot, and absolutely memorabl ...more
In this installment, Light gives up ownership of the Death Note in order to forget everything about it, and be truly honest in his attempts at convincing "L" that he is not Kira. In the meantime, the shinnigami that hunted Misa-Misa gives her Death note to a corrupt & ambitious businessman in order to deflect suspicion away from Misa-Misa. "L" ends up believing that both Light and Misa-Misa are innocent of being Kira & Kira 2, though he suspects that ...more
Another thing that is brilliant about this arc is the fact that though intelli ...more
La mayor parte de la historia es un poco más lenta en comparación con los tomos anteriores puesto que en esta parte trata del arco de la Yotsuba y este nuevo Kira.
Se me ha hecho muy larga y algo extensa ya que el ritmo es diferente, todo se centra en investigar, observar y sacar algunas conclusiones pero sin duda hay momentos interesantes entre L, Light y Misa.
En ningún momento L deja de sospechar de Light, las deducciones y lo sumamente observador que es para todos los detalles es genial.
El pró ...more
Wow! This series just keeps getting better and better! The best volume so far. In this omnibus edition volumes 5 and 6 go together so well as they contain a mini story-arc. Both Light and Misa have temporarily given up their notebooks and had their memories erased all as part of Light's master plan to throw L.'s suspicion off of him, while at the same time Misa's book has been turned over to someone else and a group of 8 individuals at a Japanese corporation ...more
And the sexism is just as rampant here as it is in all the other issues. Misa is a babbling idiot who refers to herself in the third person, and only ever displays a degree of intelligence when the author needs her to move the plot along. All the other ...more
The ending of volume 6 though was a really good cliff-hanger and the climatic scenes were very well done!
Plus I really miss Ryuk!
Took me a while, but I did it. I blame SnK: it distracted me from everything.
I love L.
Him and Misa have the cutest relationship.
Also are Aiber and Wedy in a relationship? They seem like it. Either that or they are super close.
I am looking forward to picking up the next volume. It'll probably take me a month to read, but eh, I still enjoy it.
There is speculation th ...more