L from Death Note is a brilliant detective that rivals Kira considerably. But there are actually a lot of anime characters that are smarter than him.
L is one of the most popular characters in Death Note. Fans love him enough to make these hilarious memes!
Each of the two major arcs has its merits, and while most fans seem to defer to the first half, there are reasons to find both sequences thrilling.
In the manga world, Death Note's Light Yagami is one of the smartest characters ever. This anime fan favorite keeps us guessing with his schemes.
One thing that made Death Note so interesting was watching L show off his wide array of detective skills. Here are the ones that impressed viewers.
The Death Note anime presented a lot of moral dilemmas and tense moments, but it also broke our hearts a lot of times too.
Death Note is one of the most popular manga and anime series of all time, full of seriously smart characters — and we've ranked them!
Anime has gained mainstream prominence over the last decade, but certain shows were still deemed inappropriate by particular countries.
Taking down Kira/Light requires the absolutely greatest detective, who happens to be L. Here are some hidden facts about Death Note's iconic hero.
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As implied by the name, Tsugumi Ohba's Death Note is not afraid to kill off characters. Be it the manga or anime, here are the saddest deaths in Death Note.
If you finished Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and need a new anime to watch, you might enjoy any of these options, like Attack on Titan or Baccano!
If you're into the supernatural or even just a casual fan of ghosts and otherworldly entities, then check out any of these scary but fun anime!
An anime that combines humor, horror and great visuals, Death Note is loved. This gift guide should help you get presents for fans you know.
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Bandai Namco announces the full roster for its crossover fighting game Jump Start including characters from One Piece and Death Note.