What is your opinion on this and the upcoming anime adaptation?
Typical Isekai. I really don't get why people like it so much around here. I thought it would be a cool story about a guy doing cool shit with his shield, but it's your typical MC gets wronged so now he has an edgy streak about him and gets edgy powers.
What is this body good for?
It reached chapter 1000, still enjoying the series /a/?
Reminder that Patty is best Tsurezure girl
The rest are still pretty great though
New chapter >>160373754
Read it and make fun of Eraser Head for being shit!
post like ur favourite scene from any anime anon
>Top tier waifus ruined by otherwise shity animes built around them
Who's the best Amagami and why is it Morishima-senpai?
New chapter out : #45
Less than 2 days left for EP4
well, confirmed for shit, not that there were any doubts about that
>For one thing, compared to Goth Lolita model / pop idol Misa Amane in the Japanese version of Death Note, Mia is much less glamorous, less of a Light fangirl and more manipulative and dark, with her own agenda
>dark Black is ''cooler''
>But just as Light and Mia are American distillations of their Japanese counterparts, this American L is more of a cool, serious sleuth than loveable eccentric (schmarfing down handfuls of Skittles isn't that eccentric). When the movie hits its third act, as L and Light's battle of wits ramps up, L also careens toward a different fate than his manga counterpart. This is probably not going to be a popular opinion, but I preferred Stanfield's L to the manga L, because he brought a degree of passion and emotional complexity to the character that made him one of the more interesting characters in this cast. That said, there's not much chemistry between L and Light as they match wits, so I don't expect a lot of BL/slash doujinshi to come out of this film.
>boring Ryuk, even from a paid review
>Even with Dafoe as his voice, the movie Ryuk is also more of a one-dimensional demon, who lacks some of the quirky, humorous aspects of his personality that made him kind of likeable in the manga. Also absent are the rest of the Shinigami posse who help readers understand Ryuk's backstory.
All 12 fucking volumes
>This movie condenses the 12-volume Death Note story into a single 101-minute feature film, vs. the 37-episode animated version or the nearly 4-hour Japanese movie that was split up into two films. As a result, many characters and details seen in the original series were simply omitted, mostly to keep the action moving at a brisk pace.
source: shitty ann review http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/feature/2017-07-26/did-netflix-make-a-decent-death-note-film/.119342