Death Note is an iconic anime that is usually recommended as a hook for beginners. It is an adaptation of the Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It follows the life of Light Yagami, a genius prodigy that becomes across an otherwordly notebook called the Death Note dropped into the human world by a shinigami for his personal entertainment.
When you recommend anime to someone, their response would be. Do you still watch cartoons at this age? While indeed it’s a cartoon, the stories are far from the regular cartoons or even live-action TV shows that you’re used to. I used to be skeptical as well until I decided to give Death Note a try. The whole show blew since. I saw down to watch one episode, and when I got up. I realized I’d seen seven. The show is exhilarating and tense throughout.
Then the story is revolved around Light Yagami, who comes across a supernatural notebook named the Death Note, which has been the ability to kill a person if you just write their name on it. Every person whose name gets written will die of heart failure. As the Scholl students will decide to play God and start writing names of Criminal to cleanse the world of evil and soon. The police seek the help of a skilled detective named to be taken down.
This anime series is a mark of ex element writing an intense and thought-provoking that it will leave you reeling by the end. The narrative is essentially a cat and mouse chase between the two male leads but their insane and ingenious strategies are what will keep you on the edge of your seat.