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Death Note anime

The 37 episode animated adaptation of the successful manga.

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A Quick Tip by justin88

  • Aug 28, 2010
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Death note anime is a king of the all the animation series. I would rate death note episodes as one of the top rated manga show. Me completely addicted to death note .
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Quick Tip by . June 08, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
One of the all time greats of anime; short and sweet. with an epic storyline.
review by . June 29, 2009
Death Note was a totally different anime compared to the ones I usually watch.  I usually watched the action packed ones or the the comedy ones or a combination of both.  But Death Note did not fit in any of those categories.  Death Note was a crime thriller.     Death Note starts out about a kid, Yagami Light, who doesn't socialize with any of the other students and tends to look down on everyone else.  He's got the classic conceited attitude that comes with his …
review by . May 07, 2009
Death Note is a rather dark series centering around a you g man who find himself with the ability to kill people merely writing down their name. The thing I found personally with the series is that after awhile you find yourself switching sides like the young man, Light Yagami.   The series begins with Light finding the death note and he uses it to kill a criminal to test it. Unlike most humans who can't handle the burden of killing he takes it well and decides to use it for killing criminals. …
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The Death Note anime, directed by Tetsurō Araki and animated by Madhouse, began airing in Japan on October 3, 2006, and finished its run on June 26, 2007, totaling 37 twenty-minute episodes.[38] It begins in the year 2006, instead of beginning in the year 2003. The series aired on the Nippon Television network "every Tuesday at 24:56".[39] The series was co-produced by Madhouse, Nippon Television, Shueisha, D.N. Dream Partners and VAP.[40]

In North America, the series has been licensed by Viz for residents in the United States to use "Download-to-Own" and "Download-to-Rent" services while it was still airing in Japan. This move is seen as "significant because it marks the first time a well known Japanese anime property will be made legally available to domestic audiences for download to own while the title still airs on Japanese television."[41] The downloadable episodes contain the original Japanese audio track and English subtitles,[42] and is available through IGN's Windows-only Direct2Drive service.[43] DVDs of the series are also being released,[42] containing both an English dubbed audio track, produced by The Ocean Group, and the original Japanese audio track with optional English subtitles.[44] Viz announced at Anime Expo 2007 that the first DVD was officially released on November 20, 2007, in both regular and special editions,[45] and also confirmed at Comic-Con International 2007 that the first 15,000 copies of each DVD ...

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Genre: Animation
Release Date: October 3, 2006 – June 26, 2007
Runtime: 915 minutes
Studio: Madhouse

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