The June issue of Shueisha’s Jump SQ. magazine uncovered on Thursday that Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note manga is getting another 1-shot manga part by Obata. The magazine prods that the story will be identified with what Shinigami realize when they slide to the earth. Some portion of the total original copy will make a big appearance at the “Kagyō 30-Shūnen Kinen Obata Takeshi-ten Never Complete” from July 13 to August 12.
Likewise, Obata’s totally unique work that shares the “Never Complete” title with the show will make a big appearance at the occasion.
In Tokyo, a wise yet estranged secondary school understudy named Light Yagami finds the “Death Note“, a strange dark journal which can kill anybody as long as the client knows both the objective’s name and face. In the wake of checking that the journal works and at first being frightened of its god-like capacities, Light starts to consider the conceivable outcomes of the Death Note‘s capacities and embarks to make an idealistic world without wrongdoing, executing various prominent Japanese hoodlums, before in the long run focusing on universal culprits and criminals around the globe. In the end, Light is visited by Ryuk, a Japanese lord of death and the Death Note’s past proprietor, who dropped the note pad into the human world out of fatigue. Ryuk, who is imperceptible to any individual who has not contacted the Death Note, is diverted by Light’s activities and fills in as Light’s buddy.
In North America, the arrangement has been authorized by Viz for occupants in the United States to utilize “Download-to-Own” and “Download-to-Rent” administrations while it was all the while airing in Japan.
This move is viewed as “noteworthy in light of the fact that it denotes the first run through an outstanding Japanese anime property will be made legitimately accessible to household groups of onlookers for download to possess while the title still shows on Japanese television”. The downloadable scenes contain the first Japanese soundtrack and English captions.