Death Note One Shot Manga
Photo Credit: Shueisha

Shueisha’s Jump SQ. magazine’s February Issue uncovered on Saturday that Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note manga is getting an exceptional one-shot in the magazine’s March issue on February 4.

The Death Note one-shot manga will have 87 pages including a middle shading page, and will be highlighted on the front of the March issue. The February issue prodded that the part will fixate on Ryuk’s Death Note being brought again to the human world, after the finish of the principle manga.

The 30th Work Anniversary Takeshi Obata Exhibition: Never Complete show that ran in Tokyo from July 13 to August 12 displayed some portion of an original copy for another one-shot manga. The narrative of that one-shot is identified with what Shinigami achieve when they slip to the earth.

Photo Credit: Studio Madhouse

Death Note is a Japanese manga arrangement composed by Tsugumi Ohba and represented by Takeshi Obata. The story pursues Light Yagami, a teenager virtuoso who unearths a puzzling powerful journal: the “Passing Note”, which had a place with the Shinigami Ryuk, and awards the client the extraordinary capacity to slaughter anybody whose name is written in its pages. The arrangement revolves around Light’s ensuing endeavors to utilize the Death Note to complete an overall slaughter of people whom he regards ethically disgraceful of life to change the world into an idealistic culture without wrongdoing, utilizing the assumed name of a divine resembling vigilante named “Kira” and the consequent endeavors of a first class team of law implementation officials, comprising of individuals from the Japanese police power, drove by L, a puzzling worldwide analyst whose past is covered in riddle, to secure him and end his rule of fear.

Death Note 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. The arrangement was adjusted into three cutting edge films discharged in Japan on June 17, 2006, November 3, 2006, and February 2, 2008, and a TV dramatization in 2015. A miniseries entitled Death Note: New Generation and a fourth film were discharged in 2016. An American film adjustment was discharged on Netflix on August 24, 2017.