Death Note original creators Tsugumi Ohba Takeshi Obata are returning to the world of shinigami with a new collection of short stories. Death Note Short Stories is a complication book by Tsugumi Ohbaand Takeshi Obata. It contains six-chapter, five of which are self-contented one-shot chapter as well as one chapter of yonkama that were previously published in Death note,
Announcement: Kira’s story is over, but the Death Note’s is not…This imaginative complete collection of short stories by the series’ creators explores the impact and influence of the legendary Death Note. Releases Summer 2022! pic.twitter.com/VSu7Xo4Gur
— VIZ (@VIZMedia) October 9, 2021
Death Note Short Stories: Highlights
Table of Contents
Death Note Short Stories included the brand new one-shot chapter, The a-Kira Story. This was the first official chapter of Death Note released in 12 years and was first published in the March edition to the Shonen Jump Square magazine.
It served as a continuation that took place several years after the ending and involved a series of the following event Ryuk’s death note falling to earth and discovery by a new chapter Minorou Tanka. It is a complete collection of Death Note Short Stories penned by the series creators, discover tales of lives irrevocably changed by the sinister influence to death note with surprising and thrilling answers to the questions.
Death Note Short Stories: Release Date
The Officially Viz media Twitter page has officially teased the release date for the English translation of death note short stories. the collection of various one-shot chapters written by the original Death Note Creators. Tsugumi Ohba and Tekashi Obata were originally released in Japan on 4th Feb. 2022. it is now due for an official English release in summer in some times in 2022.
Death Note Short Stories: Spoilers
There are no spoilers available yet. if there will be one we will you know soon. It use to take 2-3 days before the actual release date.
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Death Note Short Stories: Main Characters
- Light Yagami
- Misa Amane
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