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Will A Death Note Season 2 Ever Happen? Here's What We Know

The "Death Note" obsession is never ending. Since premiering in 2006, this anime series has remained one of the most popular, spawning a number of video games, live-action films, spin-off novels and more. But the saga has yet to give the fans what they really want: a second season.The thrilling series dives headfirst into dark territory, telling the story of a high school student who becomes the owner of a supernatural notebook called, you guessed it, the Death Note. Pretty much giving away its ...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Earth, Fbi, United States of America, Kira, Minoru, Death Note, Tsugumi, Nisio Isin, Ryuk, Yagami, Shinigami, Shinigami Ryuk, Minoru Tanaka


Official Western Shonen Jump Twitter Gets Political With Biden Tweet

In a move that many will consider standard for a Western company, organization, or developer in the current era, the Western Shonen Jump Twitter account has decided to go political by talking about current half-conscious President Joe Biden, referring to the special Death Note one-shot manga where Donald Trump came into possession of a Death […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Internet, International, Joe Biden, Anime, Biden, Donald Trump, Death Note, Shonen Jump


Usada Pekora Discovers the “Peko Note” in Hololive Animation

The official 3D CG Hololive anime has released its latest entry and it mostly centers around cherished bunny girl Usada Pekora as she stumbles upon the “Peko Note”, which allows her to sew chaos amongst the other virtual YouTubers and sure to be appreciated by fans of Death Note. The absurdly cute and reference-heavy episode:
Tags: Comedy, Parody, Anime, Moe, Death Note, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Bunny Girl, Usamimi, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive, Usada Pekora


Death Note Creators’ Platinum End Gets New Trailer

The minds behind the popular manga Death Note are getting an anime adaptation of their manga Platinum End. Anime production company Pony Canyon revealed the first trailer for this upcoming series. In the trailer, we get a peak at its animation, as well as some of the action we can expect from Platinum End. While it is in Japanese, there are English subtitles that give a very brief description of what the show will be about. It states, “13 angels suddenly appeared and they choose the God.” It...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, TV News, Anime, Viz, Mirai, WB, Death Note, Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata, Pony Canyon, Hideya Takahashi, Platinum End, Signal.MD, Time Trailer Sets Amazon


Netflix’s Live Action Death Note 2 Will “Stick to the Source Material”

The writer for the upcoming second live action Death Note show from Netflix, with the first being abysmally received and not at all faithful to the source material, has promised the second show will be faithful, though many are highly doubtful considering Netflix’s tendency to change things for the sake of “diversity and inclusion” and […]
Tags: Interviews, Netflix, Anime, Live Action, Death Note, Adaptations, Continuations


The Witcher Could Return to Netflix Sooner Than You'd Thought

A sequel to 47 Ronin is coming, with some cyberpunk flair. Stellan Skarsgard teases his role in Dune. Greg Russo wants to go back to the manga for the Death Note sequel. Plus, what’s coming on Supergirl, and Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth adaptation picks up another actor. Spoilers, away!Read more...
Tags: Science, Earth, Netflix, Showtime, Sonic the Hedgehog, Chris Rock, Alex, Stellan Skarsgard, Supergirl, Lucifer, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Kara, Denis Villeneuve, Human Interest, Death Note, Jim Cook


Top 10 Most Intelligent Characters of Shonen Jump Anime

Characters from Shonen Jump that have needed to rely on their cunning and wit to survive or succeed are the subject of this new ranking, as it contains characters from Shonen Jump anime that voters believe to be the most mentally unmatched. The ranking: 1. Light Yagami (Death Note) 2. Koro-Sensei (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu) 3. L […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Naruto, Death Note, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Dragon Ball, Shonen Jump, Kochikame, Koro Sensei Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Dr. Slump


Top 10 Villain Protagonists

The most villainous (or antihero) protagonists have stepped foot in the spotlight for this new ranking as voters have determined the ones they like best, from assassins and thieves to doctors and undead liches, many will probably agree that the list has a good degree of variation. The ranking: 1. Duke Togo (Golgo 13) 2. […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Lupin, Death Note, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Overlord, Golgo 13, Duke Togo Golgo


Death Note 2020 - A One-Shot Deliverance of Meaningful Attention

What a return. What. a. return. One of manga’s mid-2000s’ hits made a big impression on February 3 with a near-90 page one-shot that reminded fans why it had the impact it did. Tsugumi Ohba and... More after the jump!
Tags: Psychology, Religion, Mental Health, Dreams, Manga, Idealism, Death Note, Tsugumi Ohba, Ryuk, Minoru Tanaka, Psychology Of Attention


Donald Trump Acquires A Death Note in One Shot Manga

Seemingly taking after the Baki manga, the special one shot Death Note manga has decided to involve “worse than Hitler” American President Donald Trump, with political figures of other countries also making an appearance, though Twitter’s hordes of nutcases will likely be more attached to the former than the latter. For those who haven’t yet […]
Tags: Politics, Drama, Anime, Hitler, Donald Trump, Manga, Death Note, Image Gallery, Baki


New Death Note Manga Coming in February

Cover art has been published from the new chapter of the Death Note manga, which is returning after twelve years. Gaming magazine Famitsu revealed the cover art as drawn by Takeshi Obata, which shows Shinigami Ryuk alongside schoolboy genius Minoru Tanaka (not to be confused with the professional wrestler of the same name): The new […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Announcements, Manga, Famitsu, Death Note, Continuations, Takeshi Obata, Jump Square, Shinigami Ryuk, Minoru Tanaka


Top 10 Manga-Based Live Action Films Deemed Unsatisfactory

Live action movies of manga and anime have a rather infamous reputation for being poor quality, with that sentiment triggering the creation of a ranking asking voters the manga-based live action film they were most unhappy with – awarding the exploits of one famous thief the top spot. The ranking: 1. Lupin III 2. Gakkou […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Manga, Live Action, Lupin, Death Note, Gakkou Gurashi, Adaptations, Dragon Ball Z, Shingeki no Kyojin


Top 10 Vicious Anime Villains

Anime fans have elected the most vicious villains to have ever appeared in the medium, with shounen anime inevitably being well-represented on the list. 1. Light Yagami (Death Note) 2. Frieza (Dragon Ball) 3. Meruem (Hunter x Hunter) 4. Dio Brando (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure) 5. Hakumen no Mono (Ushio to Tora) 6. Yoshikage Kira (JoJo’s […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Hunter, Death Note, Ushio, Dragon Ball, Dragon Quest, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Rurouni Kenshin, Inuyasha, Dio Brando Jojo, Vicious Anime Villains, Meruem Hunter, Yoshikage Kira JoJo


Top 10 Anime Sleuths

Mystery series detectives have been flooding this new ranking seeking to ascertain the characters with the most astonishing deductive skills, a natural course much like the predictable number one choice hailing from a never-ending series. The ranking: 1. Edogawa Conan (Detective Conan) 2. Touma Sou (Q.E.D. Shoumei Shuuryou) 3. Katrielle Layton (Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle […]
Tags: Rankings, Conan, Mystery, Anime, LAYTON, Death Note, Bungou Stray Dogs, Kindaichi, Anime Sleuths, Edogawa Conan Detective Conan, Touma Sou, Katrielle Layton Layton


Top 10 Most Deplorable Ikemen

Steaming hot ikemen (desirable men) who voters unfortunately find deplorable for perhaps obvious reasons have been ranked, with a high-achieving student and tactical genius securing first place due to his dirty little secret… The ranking: 1. Yagami Light (Death Note) 2. Yamcha (Dragon Ball) 3. Kunou Tatewaki (Ranma 1/2) 4. Tuxedo Kamen (Sailor Moon) 5. […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Sailor Moon, Death Note, Dragon Ball, Hunter x Hunter, Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2, Kunou Tatewaki Ranma


Netflix is Developing a ‘Death Note’ Sequel

Despite facing a critical thrashing and controversy surrounding the whitewashing of its characters, Death Note is alive and well at Netflix. A Death Note sequel is reportedly being developed by the streaming giant, taking the adaptation of the acclaimed anime and manga to even more gruesome depths. Here’s all we know about Death Note 2. It seemed like Death Note would have been dead in the water before it even premiered. Hounded by whitewashing controversies that had sunk several blockbuster...
Tags: Movies, Fbi, Netflix, Sequels, Adaptation, Anime, Seattle, Ted Sarandos, Reed Hastings, Kira, Nat Wolff, Wingard, ComingSoon, Death Note, Adam Wingard, Tsugumi Ohba


Netflix Live Action Death Note Sequel May Be Coming

A sequel to the widely hated Netflix live action Death Note film is apparently on the way, proving just how cancerous the streaming platform’s tasteless legion of binge-watchers are becoming. While not much information was divulged about the film, Greg Russo (writer for the upcoming Mortal Combat and Resident Evil movies) was selected to be […]
Tags: Usa, Movies, Internet, Netflix, Rumors, Anime, Live Action, Death Note, Continuations, Greg Russo


Netflix Developing Death Note Sequel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix developing Death Note sequel Buried inside a story at The Hollywood Reporter focusing on Netflix’s intentions to create a movie hit to go along with its television programming was this little tidbit: the streaming company is developing a sequel to its 2017 horror-thriller Death Note. RELATED: Netflix Lands Tiffany Haddish Standup Special for 2019 Despite a tepid reception from critics (40% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), the $40 million production was described as a “si...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Ted Sarandos, Omega, James Turner, Willem Dafoe, Death Note, Movie News, Roy Lee, Tsugumi Ohba, Dan Lin, Margaret Qualley, Takeshi Obata Death Note, Brendan Ferguson


Top 10 Least Worst Live Action Shonen Jump Movies

Japanese anime fans have voted on the Shonen Jump live action movies they believe are the “best”, bound to have most critics wondering how such a ranking was conceived as most live action movies are usually considered inferior to the source material… The ranking: 1. Rurouni Kenshin 2. City Hunter 3. Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kouen-mae […]
Tags: Movies, Anime, Live Action, Gintama, Death Note, Adaptations, Shonen Jump, Kochikame, City Hunters, Rurouni Kenshin, City Hunter, Kochira Katsushika


Light & Ryuk Not Playable Fighters in Jump Force

Bandai Namco has caused disappointment amongst those hyped up for the release of Jump Force as it has been confirmed that Light and Ryuk of Death Note (who were teased in the game’s announcement trailer) will not be playable, instead they will be present during the game’s story mode – a highly important part of […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Announcements, Bandai Namco, Death Note, Fighting Games, Shonen Jump


Top 10 Charmingly Wicked Anime Characters

Otaku have decided on the anime characters believed to possess the most devilish charm, resulting in a great deal of antagonists and naturally maniacal individuals making the list. The ranking: 1. Yagami Light (Death Note) 2 (tie). Dio Brando (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure) 2 (tie). Lelouch Lamperouge (Code Geass) 4. Raou (Hokuto no Ken) 5. Vegeta […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Ken, Death Note, Code Geass, Dragon Ball Z, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Fist of the North Star, Dio Brando Jojo, Raou Hokuto


Case Closed Review: Netflix Death Note

Final impressions of Death Note from LP Entertainment, Vertigo Entertainment, and Lin Pictures. It is streaming on Netflix. DOWNLOAD http://traffic.libsyn.com/reversethieves/Case_Closed_Review_-_Netflix_Death_Note.mp3 Advertisements Filed under: Case Closed Reviews, Detectives, Favored Topics, Live Action, Podcasts Tagged: Death Note
Tags: Podcasts, Anime, Detectives, Live Action, Death Note, Favored Topics, Case Closed Reviews


Netflix Death Note Director Quits Twitter Over Death Threats

Adam Wingard, the director of Netflix’s live action Death Note movie, has deleted his Twitter account after being deluged with death threats and insults, unsurprisingly pouring in even before the script was written. Devoted fans of the Death Note series…
Tags: Twitter, Movies, News, Internet, International, Netflix, Anime, Live Action, Death Note, Adam Wingard


The Morning Watch: ‘Star Wars’ Blips, Hidden Meaning in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.) In this edition, a series of animated shorts called Star Wars Blips feature Porgs and BB-8’s evil droid nemesis BB-9E. Plus, watch an alien from the future named Garyx Wormuloid review Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and g...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Netflix, Sequels, Adaptation, Anime, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Death Note, Star-Wars, Video Of The Day, Star Wars YouTube, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Morning Watch


Ani-Gamers Podcast #083 – It’s Pronounced “Ryuk”

Con season is officially over for our hosts, so Evan "The Teflon Criminal" Minto and David "The Content God" Estrella are back to catch you all up on Crunchyroll Expo, David's Nintendo Switch escapades, and the greatest live-action anime adaptation of all time: the Netflix Death Note movie. Topics include: anime TED talk, "sleep is the key to strong thought," and the horniest Nintendo system. Runtime:  1 hour, 19 minutes Direct Download RSS Feed iTunes Stitcher Google Music Send ...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, David, Netflix, Nintendo, Anime, Minto, Conventions, Manga, Crunchyroll, Evan, Splatoon, Death Note, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Otaku USA Magazine


Death Note (2017)

So Death Note, I know what the story is about, but I never read the manga or watched the anime, or watched the TV series and movies that were done in Japan. I was pretty curious about the new American adaptation that just came out on Netflix, and so I guess I got to watch it without having any of the original series as baggage. Well, I liked it. Sure, it’s far from perfect, and it gets cheesy at points, but it kept my interest the whole time, and I was captivated enough to want to see how it wo...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Movies, Netflix, Death Note, Debaser


Netflix Threatens Death Note Sequels

The director of the highly despised Netflix Death Note movie has stated that he would like to take part in directing any future sequels to the film, risking his reputation and the sanity of Death Note fans as a result…
Tags: Usa, Movies, News, Netflix, Anime, Live Action, Death Note, Adaptations, Continuations, Netflix Death Note


Netflix's Death Note Does Way Too Much in Way Too Little Time

The thing about the adaptation of Death Note, premiering today on Netflix, isn’t that it’s bad. It isn’t even the questions raised by the whitewashing controversy. It’s that everything in it happens so fast that it’s hard to care about any of it.Read more...
Tags: Science, Movies, Netflix, Death Note


CS Video: Nat Wolff, Adam Wingard and the Death Note Cast

CS Video: Nat Wolff, Adam Wingard and the Death Note cast With the Death Note movie now streaming globally on Netflix, ComingSoon.net had the chance to do video interviews with director Adam Wingard (You’re Next, The Guest), as well as stars Nat Wolff (Paper Towns, The Fault in Our Stars) who plays Light Turner, Margaret Qualley (The Nice Guys, The Leftovers) who plays Mia Sutton and Lakeith Stanfield (Straight Outta Compton, Get Out, Short Term 12) in character for a special interview as “L....
Tags: Feature, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Streaming, Omega, James Turner, Nat Wolff, Willem Dafoe, Death Note, Movie News, Roy Lee, Adam Wingard, Tsugumi Ohba, Dan Lin, Margaret Qualley


Film Review: ‘Death Note’

Manga fans already know the drill, but for the sake of newcomers, Netflix’s new “Death Note” adaptation refreshes the story of a sinister leather-bound book that gives its keeper the power to kill anyone on earth, simply by writing that person’s name and the desired cause of death in its pages. The book comes with... Read more »
Tags: Reviews, Film, Netflix, Nat Wolff, Willem Dafoe, Death Note, Adam Wingard