But in Japan and have been translated to English, there were 13 volume for tankoubon. And the last volume Death Note How to Read. Well, i'm so upset . Vol. 13 Death Note - Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online. Death Note manga. HOW TO READ contains much data relating to the series, including character profiles of almost every character that is named, a special sealed.
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Death Note How to Read, also known as Death Note: How to Read 13, is an encyclopedia-style guide to the Death Note manga series, including character. great buy, so get it and read up! Death Note, Volume How to Read by Tsugumi Ohba Free download or read online Death Note, Vol. How to Read pdf. i've read Death Note: How to Read 13 (aka volume 13) in these sites: http://www. meteolille.info
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 26, Edward rated it liked it Shelves: Special Insert: Story --Story Commentary: How to Use It: View 1 comment.
Apr 20, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: This is called volume 13, and an encyclopedia for the series. It isn't really either. It's more like a set of DVD special features. Worth reading? The character profiles that start the book have very little new information to add, but L. The creator interviews that take up much of the space are actually really informative.
There's a detailed timeline, a complete set of all the Death Note rules, and answers to most of the questions This is called volume 13, and an encyclopedia for the series.
There's a detailed timeline, a complete set of all the Death Note rules, and answers to most of the questions a reader could have at this point that does have an answer. At the end are a series of only vaguely amusing four panel comics, and the original pilot chapter of Death Note. It's hugely different in tone, and I have to say that I'm very glad of the changes that were made.
I don't know if I'd have read past the first volume if it had stayed like the pilot. My favorite part, though, was Ryuk's sarcastic commentary.
For a fan, this is a must-read, but I'd say anybody who read the entire series should at least skim over the creator interviews. Now I feel like I know everything there is to know about Death Note.
My life is complete. Aug 10, Sarah Harakeh rated it really liked it. The short story about the new Kira is pretty excellent and also moralistic like the previous one. I just have one thing to comment on the profiles of the characters: Intitulado Death Note, Vol. Jan 20, Mariana rated it it was amazing. Nov 11, Marjolein rated it liked it Shelves: Read all my reviews on http: Problem is, I don't usually get into reading a book that goes into such detail about a book I've just read, so I had some troubles to focus at the time and let it slide for a long time.
Now I was back at it, and it had been a while, so it all made more sense, since I was looking for some real Death Note after seeing the thing Netflix recently brought out.
This Read all my reviews on http: This 13th collection contains a lot of information, though not necessarily new information. Character files, an explanation for all the chapter titles in the series, all the rules from the Death Note. And L's real name. Also, there are interviews with the creators and a pilot chapter, which was actually a lot of fun to read, even though if it had stayed on that path, it had been a completely different kind of series.
However, I would only recommend this to the real fans of the series that can't get enough of it. For the rest of us, I think it might be a bit too detailed.
Mar 24, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: Somewhat dry, but not exactly shocking considering that it's basically an encyclopedic overview of the series. The four panels were fun, and it was interesting to read the pilot version of Death Note. Worth paging through if you're a Death Note fan, but definitely not a sit down and read through type of book.
Includes an illustrated card of L. Aug 13, Nouha ShawQi rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 5 comments. Jan 14, Alex rated it really liked it Shelves: So it was great to learn all the behind the scenes and interviews and jump into this world again! As always Death Note rules!! Apr 01, Wee! View 2 comments. Jan 09, Hamnah Siddiqui rated it it was amazing.
Death Note is a series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata about an epic battle of wits between the highschool student Light Yagami and detective extraordinaire L. Light found a notebook called the Death Note and uses it to kill criminals by writing their names in it. This causes him to be known by the public as Kira, or killer.
L is determined to stop him and tries to do this by getting closer to Light and by having him work on the case with him. L almost exposed Light, but Light has supernatural Death Note is a series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata about an epic battle of wits between the highschool student Light Yagami and detective extraordinaire L.
L almost exposed Light, but Light has supernatural beings on his side which ultimately led to L's downfall.
After L, his successors Near and Mello take the wheel of the Kira investigation and catch Light, but not before many others die. The 13th volume is not part of the story line, but does tie up any loose ends of the series. It also gives information about the characters that has not been revealed in the previous books and Q and A's with the authors. I rated this book a 5 out of 5 stars because it doesn't fail to live up to the high standards from the previous books and provides a sense of closure to the series.
It also isn't boring and monotonous like most other guides or encyclopedias. I would recommend this book to those who have finished the series and have questions about the series, whether if it is about the characters' actions or thoughts, or if it is about the authors.
Oct 30, Zenandroid rated it really liked it Shelves: Pretty neat book, Given it non-fiction nature though i am of course jumping back and forth through the interviews and such! Aug 02, Rachel rated it it was amazing.
Read this book so long ago, before I had Goodreads. Love Death Note unexplainably. Jun 21, Hareton rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jan 10, Linz rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this Death Note volume Of course, you don't read this manga to get more Death Note story, but rather to get a deeper understanding of the manga.
This manga is more like the behind the scenes on a DVD. The creators answer many questions about all sorts of different things, explain different events in the manga, and make it more clear. I enjoyed reading the interviews with the creators, and it made my day to discover that their favorite character L!
Both of them! This book is complete with in-depth character analysis es, a deeper explanation of the shinigami, an individual interview with both Ohba and Obata, explanations behind each chapter title, Death Note "truths" such as the truth behind L's percentages , the important dates and the events that take place between them, design concepts behind characters, Ryuk's "Human Observation Notebook" with humorous details and a character personality quiz for the reader, and of course the four panel comics and Pilot.
To me, however the interviews with Ohba and Obata were the most interesting, because I was able to learn things such as why Ohba did things the way he did to advance the plot in the way he wanted it to go. Perhaps it's because I'm obsessed with writing, but I loved reading about that.
I recommend this to anyone who is an intellectual Death Note fan.
If you read Death Note just for the action and the story, and couldn't care less about the reasons behind the story going the way it did, then you really don't have to read this. You'll probably get bored by everything except Pilot and the four panel comics, and perhaps Ryuk's human observation notebook.
Unless you're willing to sit down and think, you really won't enjoy this book much. Jul 19, Hyalineaquas rated it really liked it. It also included the deathnote pilot comic and several 4 panel comic i absolutely loved this book!
The two men are so different in their privite lives, like one is a clean freak, one is messes, but they liked so many similar things about the manga. It just floors me that Ohba didnt have the series planned out in his head before he started. He talked about how he stuggled each week at first to come up with the next chapter. Although ive havent read much of the manga Deathnote is one of my fave anime tho i still greatly appriciate Obata's arkwork. Since Ohba only writes the story, Obata had to create the characters for him, sometimes with only little direction.
His character designs are perfectly done for each character.