New Death Note One-Shot Series
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Death Note is a worldwide famous manga series which is written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The manga ran for 3 Years Shueisha’s manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump, the series were adapted into an anime from 2006 to 2007 with 37 episodes in total and the anime became famous quickly with a huge fan base.

The Death Note manga is staying still as one of manga‘s top and most successful series of all time.

On account of a huge number of fruitful continuations, Light lives on as a polarizing figure, and it appears the character may return soon enough. All things considered, another report affirmed Death Note will return in 2020 for a short recovery with its original makers connected.

Down on Twitter, Weekly Shounen Jump shared the good news confirming that Tsugumi Oda and Takeshi Obata will come back to do a Death Note uncommon one year from now. As indicated by the declaration, the one-shot will be distributed in Jump SQ #3 in 2020 and contain an astounding 87 pages.

Up until this point, fans don’t know what’s in store from the one-shot. No subtleties beside the real declaration have gone live, however Death Note fans trust Oba and Obata will do their arrangement pleased with this new discharge.

Obviously, fans are currently just anxious to see what this new one-shot manga is about. They were first prodded about its production this previous year when Shueisha affirmed another one-shot was in progress. A bit of the original copy will put in plain view at a show devoted to Takeshi Obata which run this late spring. Presently, it appears Jump SQ is prepared to distribute the piece so keep your fingers crossed for Death Note‘s makers as the new year comes in.