Death note: Give-and-take

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Viz, Jul 5, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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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 Death Note to rid the world of evil. But when criminals begin dropping dead, the authorities send the legendary detective L to track down the killer. With L hot on his heels, will Light lose sight of his noble goal?or his life?

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Impressive storytelling and artwork. - Goodreads
He began writing the names of criminals blindly. - Goodreads
Death Note is a great story and I liked the artwork. - LibraryThing
The (occasional) slow pace wasn't that bad then. - Goodreads
The premise begins with Japanese mythology. - LibraryThing
There are no women characters of any substance. - Goodreads

Review: Death Note, Vol. 6: Give-and-Take (Death Note #6)

User Review  - Taruia - Goodreads

So where were we? Oh yeah, so now Misa-san knows a bit about how the death notes work (kinda) but certainly knows about the Shinigami (but the others don't). Her old Shinigami Rem thinks that what is ... Read full review

Review: Death Note, Vol. 4: Love (Death Note #4)

User Review  - Helen - Goodreads

Oh my God please don't tell me Misa will be a regular thing? No. Oh please no. She is the type of girl Pink is singing about in Stupid Girls. Not only is she a utter twat, but as needy as Hell ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Born in Tokyo, Tsugumi Ohba is the author of the hit series Death Note. His current series Bakuman is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump.

Takeshi Obata was born in 1969 in Niigata, Japan, and is the artist of the widly popular SHONEN JUMP title Hikaru no Go, which won the 2003 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize: Shinsei "New Hope" award and the 2000 Shogakukan Manga award. Obata is also the artist of Arabian Majin Bokentan Lamp Lamp, Ayasturi Sakon, Cyborg Jichan G., and the smash hit manga Death Note. His current series Bakuman is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump.

Artist, Takeshi Obata made his debut in 1989 with CYBORG JI-CHAN G. The runner-up recipient of the 30th Annual Tezuka Award, Obata's major works include KARAKURI ZOSHI AYATSURI SAKON and DEATH NOTE.