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  • The cat-and-mouse games have just started and it’s really interesting
  • I like how L is very different from what you’d expect him to be
  • I recommend Death Note to the older crowd, theirs is a little profanity, and because of the themes and the deaths of the criminals

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      Death Note Episode 6 has a woman who was F.B.I. Agent Raye Pember’s fiancé, looking for the Kira Investigation trying to give them information on Kira. Meanwhile the Japanese Police Task Force meets L in person and he gives them more clues about the identity of Kira.

      This episode was really clever, diabolically clever, for Light Yagami’s character anyway. The cat-and-mouse games have just started and it’s really interesting. I like how L is very different from what you’d


      expect him to be. He’s very nonchalant and laid back. I like him a lot and he’s interesting.

      It’s a good episode and it’s very sad at the end, and it just makes me dislike Light Yagami even more. This is a good episode because it was very well written. It’s very suspenseful and interesting because of all the clues that L figures out and how Light Yagami is always outmaneuvering people and trying to create his new ...


      • world order so he can be God of a supposedly safe world, free of all the people he thinks are evil.

        The characters are interesting, although they have little depth, as L describes himself he’s “childish, and hates to lose”, which means that he and Light aren’t very mature, I wish they were, but I know that they don’t develop too much over the series, but Death Note is still entertaining nonetheless.

        Overall, this was a very good episode, it was interesting because of

        the cat-and-mouse games and the twists and turns in the story, along with the suspense of seeing who’s going to win, Light or L. I recommend Death Note to the older crowd, theirs is a little profanity, and because of the themes and the deaths of the criminals.

        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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