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Death Note, Vol. 2 by Tsugumi Ohba
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Sep 14, 10

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Read on September 15, 2010

The story gets a bit more interesting in this volume - there are more elements going on and the pacing is amped up a little. There are a few parts that stand out as not making a whole lot of sense and I was only able to figure out why Ryuk was suddenly mentioning apples because I had seen the series. Maybe I missed it earlier in the manga, but there didn't seem to be any real acknowledgement of his apple addiction until it became absolutely necessary. Maybe I just missed it though...

There also seems to be more dynamics in the art of this volume, which is nice to see as the author appears to be making progress with the real fleshy parts of the characters' personalities.
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