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  • It’s also interesting to see how Near is going to investigate Teru Mikami and try not to be killed by him in the process
  • In fact, it’s kind of boring now, but it’s still watchable
  • Should you own it that depends on how much you like it afterwards, if you want to watch it more than once I would recommend buying it
  • If you enjoyed it a lot, then go buy it, but if you want to see it once, then you should borrow it off Netflix or get it from your local library

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      Death Note Episode 34 begins with Aizawa becoming very suspicious of Light because whenever he meets with Kyomi Takada, they never use video surveillance, they only record the conversation. He devises a test to see whether or not they are exchanging notes during the conversation.

      This episode was very good, it finally showed that someone saw through Light Yagami’s good guy charade and decided to test whether or not he’s lying about whether


      or not his is really Kira.

      It’s also interesting to see how Near is going to investigate Teru Mikami and try not to be killed by him in the process. Death Note is still interesting, though it’s not nearly as fun and entertaining as it used to be. In fact, it’s kind of boring now, but it’s still watchable.

      Overall, Death Note is a pretty entertaining anime. It ...


      • has a clever concept and many twists and turns which keep viewers interested, but it gets bogged down after a little while, but it’s still worth watching at least once.

        I highly recommend this to newcomers. Is it good? Yes. Should you own it that depends on how much you like it afterwards, if you want to watch it more than once I would recommend buying it. If you enjoyed

        it a lot, then go buy it, but if you want to see it once, then you should borrow it off Netflix or get it from your local library. It’s a good anime, but it might not be for everyone.

        Death Note aired on Adult Swim a few years ago and got through its final run recently and is available streaming on Hulu and on DVD from Viz Media at RightStuf.com, Amazon.com and BestBuy.com.




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