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After fifty days of confinement, the killings continue, and Light and Misa are released, only to face the ride of their lives with a seemingly crazed Soichiro. Then Light rejoins L in the investigation and notices a strange connection between the recent Kira murders and a business outfit called the Yotsuba Group. Misa agrees to pose as the Yotsuba Group's spokesperson, with the eager Matsuda playing her manager. But Matsuda may be getting himself in too deep when he decides to do a little snooping at the Yotsuba Group's Tokyo headquarters!
Episode 17: Execution
Episode 18: Ally
Episode 19: Matsuda
Episode 20: Makeshift
Bilingual. English dubbed / Japanese with optional English subtitles
As the macabre fantasy Death Note begins building to its climax, the story grows increasingly complex. Although he agrees to release Light and Misa from prison, L still believes they are the murderers Kira I and Kira II. To ensure Light does nothing without his knowledge, L has them handcuffed together, like Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones. Misa's notebook has fallen into the hands of the board of the Yotsuba Corporation, who are using the attendant Shinigami (god of death) to eliminate businessmen whose interests clash with theirs. Light, who only used the notebook's powers to kill criminals, is appalled at these cold-blooded murders. He and his father want to arrest the board members, but L is more interested in capturing Kira. The tensions between their approaches, interests, and suspicions lead L and Light to clash and even punch each other out. The Limited Edition comes with a collectible figure of Misa. (Rated Teen+ Older Teen, suitable for ages 15 and older: grotesque imagery, violence, violence against women, tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
Came just as expected, with a little extra surprise! ...The upper and lower 'labels' that hold the DVD together were just cut through instead of removed, giving me the pleasure of... Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Ashlmet
everything is perfect. Product arrived in a short time not damaged; it is exactly as described. The package was very accuratedPublished on June 18, 2012 by phenomenup
The pacing at the start of this anime is fantastic. The story is interesting. I'd give the first half of this anime five stars. Then things just start to get dumb. Read morePublished on February 25, 2011 by That Man
Did anyone else find it extremely ironic that a huge picture of Near graces the top of the packaging for the Mello figurine? It's easily 3 times as large as poor Mello. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by Ashley Crutchfield
Death Note is the most amazing manga/anime series...all manga/anime fans should own this. I adore the Mello figurine too.Published on October 1, 2009 by Naley
DEATHNOTE WAS GREAT UNTIL L DIED. THE SERIES SHOULD HAVE ENDED WITH LIGHT WINNING. AT LEAST THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER THAT THE CRAP DUO THAT IS MELLOW AND NEAR.Published on June 1, 2009 by Ash Knight
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I'm sorry to see nobody has posted a reply. Usually, Best Buy is very accurate on how many episodes and what episodes are on each disc, when it comes to anime. However, I'm guessing that one of the dvds will have five episodes, that is if it is true that there will be 9 volumes.
Aug 7, 2008 by Bryce Campbell | See all 3 posts
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Hopefully youve received your dvds in the mail, and youve found out that its both English Dub and japanese language with English subtitles....either one, you can watch it either way. So ya. Its pretty cool. I love bilingual anime dvds. Best of both worlds.
Jan 27, 2008 by Raiden777 | See all 3 posts
|does it come with figure!!!||Be the first to reply|