-Random Anime Talk-
Among the most popular anime ever, I’m sure just about everyone has seen or at least heard endless compliments about this show, and with good reason. Death Note has a structure unlike most mainstream stories; not only does it have a villainous protagonist, but you follow all sorts of people that condone or condemn his actions, and the unique steps they take to do so. There’s so much that makes this anime iconic. It could be the evangelical soundtrack and imagery, or it could be the strong and semi-realistic portrayal of what could potentially happen to a human actually being in control of such power. Regardless, this is such a memorable show that any anime fan should have watched by now. The pacing starts off a bit quick, but soon perfects itself and creates just the right amount of tension, every ending to an episode is almost jaw-dropping. The best part about Death Note is that it has two central characters that, despite opposing each other, are so fascinating that you find yourself rooting for both. The only major flaw I can point out is the ending, which has multiple fake-outs and unfortunately loses one of its pillar characters and settles for two less satisfying ones. But thankfully, the breathtaking visual nature of the show as well as the moral questions it asks kept me liking the show regardless. It has its problems, but Death Note has rightfully made its mark in the world of manga and anime, provoking challenging thoughts coupled with cogent technical aspects.
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