DEATH NOTE GN VOL 03 (CURR PTG) (C: 1-0-0) (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 2007
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Takeshi Obata was born in 1969 in Niigata, Japan, and is the artist of Hikaru no Go, which won the 2003 Tezuka Shinsei "New Hope" award and the Shogakukan Manga award. Obata is also the artist of Arabian Majin Bokentan Lamp Lamp, Ayatsuri Sakon, Cyborg Jichan G., and the smash hit manga Death Note.
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In volume three, Light's battle with L escalates. Light, or Kira, now has no home life to speak of because of surveillance cameras hidden throughout his bedroom and his house. And if that was not difficult enough, Light finally gets the chance to meet L face to face, and he can't do anything to the mysterious genius, who willingly shares information, including his identity. But the best parts of this volume comes toward the end, when Kira begins a killing spree and shows that now he has the ability of the Shinigami Eyes, a prospect Light had originally turned down earlier in the story do to the penalty of losing half his life span. But why did he accept it now, and is it even Light who is responsible for the seemingly senseless killing taking place in front of a TV station?
In volumes one and two, it was a difficult process of trying to figure out who exactly to cheer for. Do we cheer for Light, who has some noble-reasoning behind his actions, or do we cheer for L, who wants nothing more than to stop a madman before anybody else, even criminals, dies unreasonably at Kira's hands? In this volume, it's easy to cheer for both of them, especially since Light has now joined the Task Force out to capture Kira. The cops are the good guys in this volume, and no where is this more clear than in the last chapters.
Death Note has a way of toying with your emotions as you read. You want for L to succeed, and you want for Kira to continue to allude him. Though this volume gets away from that some, it's still there, and it makes the book difficult to put down because of it. (I'm ashamed to say that I read this book from start to finish the day I got; luckily laundry day made that possible.) I've yet to find another manga that makes me do this, so I will say that if you have a favorite manga out there that you just can't get enough of, consider picking up Death Note, as it's the same way. Also, if you like the art of Hikaru No Go, Death Note was drawn by the same artist, only with a more mature style to it.
Picking right up where the last volume left off, volume 3 starts with Light trying to find a way to do the duties of Kira and not look conspicuous, even with 64 microphones and cameras hidden in his room! And if this isn't enough, even L appears before Light as they meet for the first time in this volume. Will this make things easier for Light to act as Kira or just complicate things further? Just when the genius vs. genius battle of wits starts to begin, another Kira appears, adding another layer to the already thickening plot.
The artwork, as usual, is just as solid as ever. The story relies very heavily on the writing moreso than other mangas (you will find panels upon panels brimming with text), so it's a good thing that the writing itself doesn't feel like they butchered it in the translation.
Frankly, this is another great volume, living up to the standards that the series has already created for itself. If you liked Death Note 1 and 2, then there is no reason to deprive yourself of this one.
In a desperate gambit to throw L off of his trail, Light has allowed himself and Misa to be interrogated and imprisoned - indefinitely. Nearly two months pass and Light employs his next move from behind bars: lose the Death Note! Without it he loses all of his memories since he first found the book. He now has no memory of being Kira, of his megalomaniac and murderous actions, or the plan he has set in motion.
Containing volumes 5 and 6 of the original manga series, the Black Edition comes in an oversized manga that has striking flat matte black cover and black edged pages. It also includes never before offered colored pages in the first five pages of this edition.
The latest moves in this gripping story are mesmerizing. L takes extreme actions to attempt to flush out Light if he is indeed Kira or Misa the second Kira. The outcome has Misa under surveillance, L completely thrown, and Light now working by L's side 24/7 to find Kira, while attached to L by handcuffs the entire time.
What are most fascinating in these latest volumes are the mental processes, doubts, insecurities and ambitions that emerge from the now amnesiac Light. He does not know he was Kira yet you can see in his thoughts as he tries to help find the murderer that the seeds that created the monster Light has become were there long before he had the Death Note. Meanwhile a new suspect has emerged. The Yotsuba group has shown some curious and grave changes of late. Misa goes undercover to help Light and in so doing learns the truth about herself and the man she's obsessed with.
Now the playing field has indelibly changed in the deadly chess game between Light and L. Light still does not know he is Kira. L suspects it but is thwarted from proving it in part due to Light's own belief and lack of memory as well as Misa, now knowledgeable, making her own moves to protect Light. It's an intriguing game of cat and mouse, particularly when the cat has forgotten his fangs. The latest volume ends in a high speed chase, sniper fire, and the cornering of the current Kira.
A mesmerizing cat and mouse game with the lives of innocent people the cost should L lose to Light's maniacal plotting.
Wow! This series just keeps getting better and better! The best volume so far. In this omnibus edition volumes 5 and 6 go together so well as they contain a mini story-arc. Both Light and Misa have temporarily given up their notebooks and had their memories erased all as part of Light's master plan to throw L.'s suspicion off of him, while at the same time Misa's book has been turned over to someone else and a group of 8 individuals at a Japanese corporation, knowing one of them, but not which one, is Kira, are using the power to kill off competitors and make their company's stocks and profits rise. That's all I'm going to say about the plot! These two volumes are really heavy on the mind games between L. and Light as they try to capture Kira. L. still believes Light is Kira. Even though Light no longer knows that he is, he has the intelligence to wonder if maybe he might have been and would he behave that way. Light without his power though is more able to ethically make decisions based on right and wrong. A spectacular story with an adrenaline-high race to the end. I could not put this volume down! I can't believe I'm half done the series now.
I adore this particular volume. Tension is at an all-time high with Raito(Light) being L's number one suspect. Raito once again amazes me as he gets out of every corner that L throws at him. Poor Shinigami though went through withdrawels without his apples...
I nearly squealed when L and Raito finally saw each other face to face. I was wondering all throughout the first two volumes how they would be able to meet and NOT kill each other, but it's done in such away that doesn't allow them from nailing the other down and forces a very fun friendship or alliance on the surface while both observe and try to trick the other into making a mistake. If you were intrigued by how these two outmaneuvered each other from far away, just wait until they're close up!
It's so fun to finally see these two characters together. One who looks like the perfect role model college student all groomed and composed and standing tall, the other one with shaggy eyes, racoon eyes, in t-shirt jeans and barefoot slinking behind. I'm in love witht how L sits and holds things. He's such a peculiar, loveable young genius. Events just keep on unfolding with the 2nd Kira showing up... like I said, things just keep getting better with this series.