Thursday, May 1, 2008


Hindi talaga ako mahilig dati sa mga "Anime" ... The end of the Second quarter of last year ko lang ito napag-alaman. Wala pa akong DVD player that time, isang bulok na VCD player lang ang nasa bahay, pinagtiyatiyagaan ko hehe. My first encounter sa "DEATHNOTE" ay noong napatambay ako sa may tindahan malapit sa amin tapos narining ko yung mga friends ko na nag-uusap tungkol sa isang "anime". One thing caught my attention, super intense yung conversation nila.WALA AKONG MAINTINDIHAN =p. Sabi nung isa "shinigami'... the other started talking about sa mga characters, Light, L, Misa etc. Pero sa lahat ng narinig isa part of the conversation gave me an interest about it... " A NOTEBOOK THAT KILLS" ... a name whose written on the note will die in 40 seconds. Wow ayus un ah!... Out of curiousity hinanap ko siya sa Internet... Nakita ko naman siya sa Youtube site.

The story begins with the finding of the deathnote by Light Yagami, a young student in Japan who is tired of alll the bad things people do; crime, corruption and injustice. He wants to change the world. At first he didn't believed that a notebook can actually kill would exist. Not after he tried it and successfully prove the effect. He started then to write all the names of the criminals and bad people shown on TV. People began to react on the sudden deaths of the criminals. There are rumors now circulating around that there is someone behind these unusual killings... the one responsible... they called him "KIRA" .
There are three versions of it, first is the "manga version" (comics)... second is the "anime series"... and lastly the movie adaptation. I recommend you to watch first the Anime version, mas maganda kasi siya sa movie adaptation mas exciting yung story. Meron narin pala lumabas na sequel sa part two ng movie... "L Change the World" it was recently shown sa Japan and became a major hit. Sana dumating na yung movie sa Pinas...
Imagine if you have the power to eliminate someone, somewhere by just writing their name in a notebook... sino lalagay niyo?? nyahahah...


  • In Gadsden, Alabama, two 12-year-old sixth grade boys were arrested for possessions of Death Notes. It listed names of several staff members and fellow students. According to Etowah County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Lanny Handy, the notebook was found the previous afternoon by a staffer. The students were suspended from the county's schools. The students, their parents, and school officials had met with Handy and a junior probation officer.

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