The Death Note Anime Controversy Explained
“Death Note” is among the most famous Japanese manga series in the world.
It has sold over 30 million copies in Japan and was adapted into an anime television show that became popular with American audiences.Created by Tsugumi Obata and Takeshi Obata, “Death Note” has a sinister premise.
The story follows Light Yagami, a teen genius and high school student who discovers a mysterious, supernatural notebook called the “Death Note.” The book is revealed to have belonged to Ryuk, a Shinigami (a death god) who grants the book’s holder the ability to kill anyone by writing their name and cause of death on its pages.
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