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Death Note

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Logan Snider

on 14 July 2011

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Transcript of Death Note

Anime Anime History The first anime to be aired in Japan was called "Otogi Manga Calendar." It aired in 1962. Anime for teens was being worked on in the 1980's and adult anime was soon to follow in the 1990's. The first anime series' to be aired in America were "Astroboy" and "gigantor" in 1963. Anime was also used to advertise different lines of toys. "Transformers" "Mobile Suit Gundam" Genre Adventure Anime Romantic Fantasy Anime Sci-fi Anime Psychological Thriller Anime For kids For kids For older teens For older teens Characters Light Yagami Light and Ryuk The mysterious "L" Ryuzaki Kira Light is Kira "L" Ryuzaki Ryuk the shinigami death god Misa Amane (Misa Misa) Rem the shinigami death god Misa is the second Kira More on Light Yagami His name is spelled using the characters for "night," "god," and "moon." Light Vs. L Symbolism Wisdom
Original sin Wisdom Death Justice Capital Punishment Light's views vs. L's Popularity of "Death Note" Misa makes the trade for the eyes of the shinigami giving her the power to see anyone's name and his or her remaining life span. Hong Kong Taiwan Goderie, Peter, and Brian Yeces. "Cultural Flows Beneath Death Note: Catching the Wave of Popular Japanese Culture in China." The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. June 2007. Web. 22 Mar. 2011.

Lynn, Marri. "Death, Take Note." Japan-Zone. Web. 22 Mar. 2011.

Poitras, Gilles. "Contemporary Anime in Japanese Pop Culture." Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Ed. Mark Wheeler Macwilliams. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2008. 48-67. Print.

"Symbolism." Death Note. 26 Sept. 2008. Web. 22 Mar. 2011. Works Cited
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