Death Note 2
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Death Note is one anime series that still stays at a top-notch for anime fans who enjoy watching supernatural, mystery stories that is executed by the legendary animation studio Madhouse.

The supernatural series helped raise the popularity of the class thinking back to the 2000s with its convincing story, and Netflix took advantage of the arrangement with its very own adjustment.

Quite a long while back, the worldwide famous Death Note franchise got a live-action film from the organization, and it appears as though gets ready for a continuation haven’t been relinquished presently.

As of late, fans got a sudden update on the continuation on account of Twitter. The screen-writer Greg Russo prodded fans with an obscure update which made statements are stirring up with Death Note 2. Check it out below:

The message came after a fan asked for details about Death Note 2, and the writer could just share the most straightforward of news. He expressed:

“Shaking things up. Got something new and cool in progress with the peeps at Netflix. May take a little while but will be worth the wait. Stay tuned,” and the post included the hashtag #DEATHNOTE.

Fans were amazed by the update as nothing has truly been said formally about a continuation. Not long after Death Note’s film appeared on Netflix, reports surfaced which proposed a content was in progress. There were no updates given from that point forward, yet hit appears Russo has kept the undertaking alive while taking a shot at different adjustments like Mortal Kombat.

While the essayist has been occupied with his own tasks, the makers of Death Note 2 have been also. Prior this year, Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata came back to the page together for an extraordinary one-shot. The pair restored Death Note for a cutting edge take on the powerful Shinigami, and it investigated how technology could change his scratch pad’s utilization.

Death Note is a Japanese manga arrangement composed by Tsugumi Ohba and represented by Takeshi Obata. The manga was first serialized in Shueisha’s manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2003 to May 2006. The 108 sections were gathered and distributed into 12 tankōbon volumes between April 2004 and July 2006. An anime TV adjustment publicized in Japan from October 3, 2006, to June 26, 2007. Made out of 37 scenes, the anime was created by Madhouse and coordinated by Tetsurō Araki. A light novel dependent on the arrangement, composed by Nisio Isin, was additionally discharged in 2006, also, different computer games have been distributed by Konami for the Nintendo DS. An American film adjustment was discharged on Netflix on August 24, 2017.